Book Reviews of Living, Loving and Learning

Living, Loving  and Learning
Living Loving and Learning
Author: Leo F. Buscaglia
ISBN-13: 9780449900246
ISBN-10: 044990024X
Publication Date: 3/12/1983
Pages: 267
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A collectional of inspirational speeches by the renouned teacher, author, lecturer Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D. To help make a change in your life and increase the joy of living.
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A book from years past that is still a valuable read.
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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."
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This is great! Professor Buscaglia would warm anyone's heart through his wonderful words and I remember how much I had to learn (and still do) when I read this and his other books.
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An investment in your life.
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awesome and thought provoking book on living and relating to others in a positive way.
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13 lectures, the ones I read talk a lot about the educational milieu.
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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.
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Very good, clean pages
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nice clean condition.