this book was basically one of his lectures that he did all over the US. I like his lectures better because he is a great speaker. You can find his lectures on youtube. This book has a great message and I really enjoyed it.
The world's foremost producer of personal development and motivational audio programs now offers an inside look at how you can learn to enjoy a fuller, richer life today.
To those who have heard him, it comes as no surprise that Leo Buscaglia is America's most beloved teacher of living and loving. Here, with his own uniquely enchanting mixture of love, charm, and wisdom, the bestselling author of Loving Each Other, The Art of Being Fully Human, and many more popular programs shares his blueprint for successful living.
Here is all of the passion, charm, and humor that is Leo Buscaglia, as he takes you on a journey through nothing less than life itself.
He will convince you that the road to a fuller, happier life is open to you, and reveals how every day can be enriched, enhanced,and most of all, enjoyed. With Leo as your guide, you will learn how to succeed at the greatest endeavor of all: LIFE.
Buscaglia says, "We've got to learn to trust again, to believe again. Of course it's a risk, but everything is a risk. We need to begin to go beyond just 'being' again. We've got to get in touch with being human and there's a difference."
From the back cover: Aninvestment in life is an investment in change. When you are changing all the time, you've got to continue to keep adjusting to change, which mens that you are going to be constanly facing new ovstacles. That's thejoy of living. And once you are involved in the process of becoming, there is no stopping.
I think the loving person must return to spontaneity, return to touching each other, to holding each, to smikling at each other, to thinking of each other, to caring about each other. Hugs are good, they feel nice, and if you don't believe it , try it.
We've got to learn to trust again, to believe again. Of course, it's a risk, but everything is a risk. We need to begin to go beyond just "being" again. We've got to get in touch with being human and there 's a differnce.