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FritzRadda

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Lessons, if actioned apon internally WILL win.

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Reviewed: 01-01-2019

Knowing the enemy and you stand a chance of winning. Ego destroys from within! Ego, like the House in gambling always wins. This will also help you if you have an interest in Stoicism. Listen, learn and practise and everyone around you wins.

left me nearly in tears....

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Reviewed: 05-07-2018

Couldn't wait for the second rtw (Round The World) pilgrimage of this exceptionally good writer. At 70 doing it again. The reality of our worlds direction is both enjoyable and priceless. The narator is now my flavour of the year. He is excellent! You MUST listen or read Jupiters Travels first.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Wow. Deep searching. A MUST LISTEN

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Reviewed: 25-04-2018

I was toying with an adventure on a motorcycle and came across this deeply intelectule journey in the 1970s around the world. The journey which must have been a logistic challenge is well described but the other journey, the one in the mind is the one that blew my mind. Rupert Degas is now my favourite narrator as he performs accents beautifully.

Enough said. If you want to go on the two journeys, one on the road and one in the mind, this is a must.

Thanks Ted and Rupert.
Fritz

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I found a gem

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Reviewed: 07-03-2018

Wow. I found a gem. Never knew about this epic journey on foot. Insight
into aboriginal struggles.

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life as I knew it has changed for the better.

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Reviewed: 25-01-2018

everyone MUST read this account and subjective explanation of our history. It is an eye opener and will make of you a happier person if you are open minded.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful