Thursday, July 28, 2005

Who will Cry when you Die?

Who will Cry when you Die? By Robin Sharma
Review by : ilaxi
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Robin Sharma, the Author says: "When you live your truth, your dreams beat a path toward your doorstep".

A practical solution to create a sound Life and strikingly balance life filling in the gaps with humility. Robin refers to his father's words that a tree that has most fruits is that which bends to the ground. And though there are some exceptions he have found in his own experience that it is true-the people who know the most, who have achieved the most, and have lived the most, are also the people closest to the ground. In a word, they are humble. There is something special about being in the presence of a person who is humble. Robin sharma thinks that practicing humility shows that you respect others and reminds us that there is something for us to learn. It sends a signal to those around you that you are open to receiving the gift of their knowledge and listening to what they have to say. The book is door to exceptional life and live life to the fullest with a purpose and attain peace. The book is indepth wisdom with absolute life changing solutions to cope with life's trials, challenges, frustrations and so on. As Robin Sharma recently visited India in preparation for the production of 'The Monk who sold his Ferrari' as a major motion picture, Robin reminded in his speech that wherever in the world he went, he found human beings struggle with same challenges, same longings. All people are part of one great family with invisible ties. Thus, peace is at your own doorstep and Robin Sharma's books are real 'Gem Picks' - Yeah, sure you can surf his website too and hear his Gem voice too! Good Pick & Great Message.


rooturaj said...

hi nice article...

i read the book too. I liked it pretty well.

I read another one, a small one, at will cry when you die.php

Lindsay said...

I haven't read this book but it's definitely on my list of things to do soon but I have my what Sharma's written revolutionary information or are the ideas reminders of what we already know? I suspect that the thoughts are a well packaged reminder that I need to live my best life, contributing in ways that will make myself and others happy and somehow leave a legacy, big or small, for my friends and family. These are all things I know, but I find that reading these books keep me focused and motivated to continue down that "right" path. Do you agree? Another great place to find these types of books is here:

Bill said...

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