Eric Giet Giet từ Mrovska, Serbia
bắt đầu đọc năm học cơ sở (?); mất bản sao của tôi một vài chương trong, nhưng nó thực sự tốt!
I loved this book (audiobook actually)! Maybe it is where I am in my life when I read it, but I have never been truly been inspired by a book by the way I have with this one. It is a cross between a woman's growth into an independent self that she likes, her travel experiences, and learning about cultures from around the world. The book is separated into three parts. Eat, she is based in Rome and explores Italy. Pray, she is at an ashram in India learning about herself. Love, she is in Bali winding up her adventure and setting her paces for the next step in her life. I want to listen to it again and maybe I will. The book was different that I thought it would be. I thought it would be more about her travels, not about a woman finding herself. So I kind of tuned out some of the first parts when she was in Italy. But I got completely caught up in her and her experiences once she got to India. She practices meditation and she goes through thinking how tedious some of these practices are and how unrealistic they are in every day life. But then she gets swayed over by her guru. I found her path very interesting. Some of my favorite parts is how she described her relationships and the people she meets from all over the world. And when she goes to these places she lives there for four months each so we find out what life really is like. The audiobook is read by the author herself and she seems like someone who thinks and feels the same things as me. I want to be her friend :)