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  • Shridhar Subrahmanyam "bookworm" - The Tamil Brahmin Saga

    I picked up the book because I am a Tamil Brahmin by birth who gave up all its rituals and superstitions after I went to college in the US in the sixties when I discovered how nonsensical many of these old customs were. However, in my old age, I am seventy now, I do get unconsciously drawn to the practices of the past. My children, who are not Brahmin anymore since I married out of my caste, do still follow some of the customs and ceremonies, but make them inclusive by inviting all friends and relatives of all faiths who are now settled in all parts of the world.

    What I liked about the book is the detailed descriptions of Brahmin life in the early part of the twentieth century in India. The British did not want to interfere in the caste and religious practices of various communities as they rightly concluded that any such attempt would only destabilise the society and make it harder for them to govern. What Vishwanathan does is to very subtly describe conflicts between generations and ultimately the rejection of all the orthodoxy by Vairum. Many of us modern day Tamil Brahmins can identify with Vairum and have rejected the exclusivity of the community while at the same time feel pride in the achievements of Tamil Brahmins and their intellectual traditions.

    This is a semi historical novel of great significance and a thoroughly enjoyable read.

  • N. Martinez "singer" - Doctor Who rocks

    Great book for Doctor Who fans, especially with Matt Smith. This book made an excellent Christmas present, with lots of great pictures of characters in soooo many episodes. My daughter loved it.

  • Gregory Anne Cox "Mscoach" - Don't underestimate the powerful message in this small book

    Jon Gordon is affable, upbeat, ampy and committed to changing the world with his message of positive energy. He is a speaker, a coach, and a consultant to companies large and small.
    What the heck is positive energy? According to Jon, "No one goes through life untested and the answer to these tests is positive energy. Not the rah, rah, motivational, cheering kind of positive energy, although there certainly is a time and place for that as well. But rather when I talk about positive energy I'm referring to the optimism, trust, enthusiasm, love, purpose, joy, passion and spirit to live, work and perform at a higher level; to build and lead successful teams; to overcome adversity in life and at work; to share contagious energy with employees, colleagues and customers; to bring out the best in others and in yourself; and to overcome all the negative people (I call energy vampires) and negative situations that threaten to sabotage your health, family, team and success."

    In The Energy Bus, Jon teaches us how to have the things he talks about above through a man named George. George is having a crappy time of life. We quickly learn that his life is a direct result of his choices-no surprise there. George happily plays the victim which allows him to wallow in his familiar misery complaining all the while. Everyone and everything is against George the way he sees it. But readers of The You Revolution know better. The people in George's life are frustrated and ready to pull out or kick him out if something doesn't change. Then George is forced to ride the bus to work for 14 days while his car gets repaired. Lucky for George his life is never the same.

    Jon based this book on a true encounter he had with an airport shuttle bus driver. It seems Jon was not always The Energy Guy or positive about much of anything. This person started a change in Jon that he was inspired to share with others and the book really is a gem.
    Don't be put off by the simplicity of the concept. Jon does a great job mirroring real life through real people. The books strength lies in the simplicity of his style and story. His lessons for George are summarized in his 10 Rules that make it easy to zero in on the ones that speak to you so you can put them into practice.

    Regardless of where you are on the continuum of positive and in control regardless of what is happening in your life vs. life isn't fair and I'm going to eat some worms The Energy Bus is a quick, uplifting read. If you are sure you create your life and no one can throw you off a positive track then read it and just enjoy hearing how one man got his life back. If you are not sure that there is anything you can do about all the "stuff" that seems to "happen" to you and you feel beaten up by it all, then by all means read it and be open to the message. I'm going to let you in one a little secret. Jon Gordon has based this book loosely on himself. It seems Mr. Positive Energy was not always like this. He was a negative guy who felt like everything bad that could happen would happen to him. But he learned a few things along the way. He learned because he was at rock bottom but he was open and wanted something to change.

    Although the book uses a business model for George and the concepts it is valuable for individuals as well as teams.

    Sometimes something so simple comes along and we might dismiss it for that reason. Give this book a second look. You may find you are recommending it to a co-worker or sig other.

  • Rachel Dawn - Travel much?

    A picture does express a thousand words....this book captures highlights and makes you feel like you have visited the city even if you hve never been. I feel like Detroit needs a book like this...I may have to look into doing one on the city of Detroit, My first book I published 'taking back the pen' was my autobiography......but this book makes me want to do a separate turn with my next book :)

  • Jan tros - You have to buy this one!

    I'm a medical student and I'm finishing med school soon. This book is just great for me, because the descriptions and explanations are easy to understand.

    The book is full of knowledge. I will have to read it couple of times to "absorb it".

    I love that the key concepts in each chapter are repeated several times and I feel that it really helps me to remember the most important things.

    Dr. Grauer is an excellent teacher and he makes me feel that I'll be able to handle most of the clinical situations (I'll be starting in cardiology department).

    Also the price is really low for medical book.

    So my thanks to Dr. Grauer and BUY this book, you won't regret it.