posted on Oct, 3 2017 @ 05:56 PM
I have a guru of sorts. He's an amazing teacher. He had mentioned that Jonathon Livingston Seagull was what set him on his path to where he is today.
I didn't know him before, couldn't have, as he is nearly 70. But he mentioned it again, and since I adore Richard Bach's Illusions, and count
THAT as one of my formative reads, I decided to read the sister book.
It was great. 28 pages. I should have read it years ago. Either JLS or Illusions are great doors to open to seek a better perspective.
Would love some suggestions along the same vein. I will have a month or 2 with a lot of spare time, and I'd like to fit more reading into it.