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Rayson Wiggill

South Africa
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Brain food

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Reviewed: 28-11-2019

This book is well researched with a passion for the human story. The unvarnished truth. I am still processing the nuances of his structured approach to this information. Just brilliant!

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Finding reasons for life.

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Reviewed: 23-11-2019

I have been recommended this by a few people and I in my self centered way of thinking thought that they where trying to tell me something. Read the book it is more than just a catch phrase and shallow self help junkie juice. It is a honest work by a man whom seems to really want people to be more honest. I love it and will endeavor to give less f*cks about the silly things in life.

Old wisdom with a modern touch stone.

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Reviewed: 05-08-2019

This book had me questioning a lot of my unconscious ideas about the mechanics of my mind and values. It is a work that will be a call to action in society in general. I am still disturbed by some of the implications and some ideas really do have deep implications. Saying this, his overall message of personal responsibility in its raw honest practical nature is easy to understand. Truth is truth find yours.