How to Live on 24 Hours a Day
Publish date: November 3rd 2006
Publisher: Hard Press
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, 20th Century
, Self Help
, Short Stories
Short, extremely funny, makes me want to work at being a better person and gives practicable advice on how. And it's free. You have no excuse for not reading this over lunch.
This book is not amazing, in fact the advice it offers is often outdated and not even applicable in a world where work, study, fun and even love evolve online. What was amazing, however, was the deep sense of comfort and understanding it gave me. I simply love Bennett in a strange, religious kind of...
Must reread it sometime later ! And best of all - make it my bedside table necessity !
I am not normally drawn to philosophy, which seems to me, like religion, to get caught up in eddies of meaningless dispute. Nor am I drawn to self-help, which seems to be one or two good sentences surrounded by a tremendous amount of padding. Sometimes, not even one good sentence. Anyway, I had g...