Written from a fresh and liberating viewpoint, 'Person to Person' is one of the most relevant books for those seeking to be themselves in today's society. It stresses the importance of being, first and foremost, a human being, of learning to recognise one's own wants and needs and to follow one's instincts by the justification of experience. It helps the reader to look beyond the labels that society places and to understand not only the self but the true essence of the human beings around us. Each individual has a unique value and no matter whatever restraints may be placed upon us we should be able to gain strength from our own core of being that makes us what we are. The insights of this book stresses the importance of choosing for ourselves, regardless of other people's opinions. From an awareness of ourselves we can achieve a greater realisation of the same individuality that motivates those around us. We can abandon the phoney 'togetherness' that is forced upon us and enjoy a real being-together that springs from instinctive personal choice. 'Person to Person' is a classic source of enlightenment from the author of 'On Becoming A Person'.Críticas:
"A book to buy and keep. Useful for everyone in every walk of life." --'Health Visitor'
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Buchbeschreibung Souvenir Press, London, 1973. Paperback. Buchzustand: Acceptable. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Dust Jacket. Paperback. Acceptable condition. Item is a 1980 reprint. Covers are faded and have numerous scores. Spine is creased and grubby, with some wear at ends. Upper leading corner of front cover is creased, affecting early pages; remaining leading corners of covers are slightly creased. Page block is grubby and has several marks and stains. Binding is slightly visible along rear hinge. Patchy fading on FEP and on leading edges and corners of early pages. Text is clear. AF. Used. Artikel-Nr. 444211