Breadcrumbs is a short, self-help book written about a collection of essays. It begins with a quote from the famous Persian Poet, Rumi, “Beyond the ideas of right and wrong, there is a field, I’ll meet you there.” Ironically, this quote sums up the book very well. The author uses various ways to elaborate on the message without directly saying it out loud. The skill used is fabulously webbed within stories like the King’s Gambit, Frodo, and Timothy the Tortoise. The book then summarizes the examples through theories, like the butterfly effect and the theory of Spiritual Relativity.
I found the book to be a breath of fresh air. The author’s style of writing was very friendly and felt like he was sitting across the table talking to me. I thoroughly enjoyed the witty side of his approach towards matters that some people may find boring. The literature standard was delightful and if I could, I would read the book again later, just to refresh my mind and feel good again.
The content is filled with inspirational and motivational comments, which really do pick your spirit up. The book also discusses human progression, world crisis, spiritual relativity, theory, healing, hope, finding a purpose and much more.
I recommend this book to people that like to read on spiritual- inspirational books.
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