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The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield
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Jul 14, 07

Recommended for: people who are searching for meaning...maybe

I started off really liking this book and thinking that I agreed with a lot of what it had to say. Sure, the story itself might not be true, but the author has some good ideas about why we should be good to each other.
Then it made a severe left turn not only into very religious territory, but also made some pretty wrong assumptions as to why a civilization "disappeared"...when they really kind of didn't.
Like Dan Brown's books, it has some interesting things to say, but, ultimately, it's just another New Wave Medicine book.
But I do agree that we should all be good to each other because it feeds our "good vibes"...whatever those "vibes" might be.
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