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A book of forced reflection
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2018
I tried to blaze through this book, as it is only about 150 pages. I found myself unable to do that, however. About every four pages of reading, I would be forced to set the book down and deeply ruminate over it’s contents.
Not just a casual thought about something said, but this book had me tearing through old text message conversations and emails with people I haven’t spoken to in years for one reason or another. Asking my friends about their lives and goals and dreams and what meaning they get out of life. Imagine what my life will look like in my final days and what people might say about me after I expend my time; and if I should care.
A book of reflection.