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Wisdom of the Ages by Wayne W. Dyer
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Nov 21, 2009

it was ok
Read in October, 2009

From 500 B.C. to the present, Wayne Dyer quotes wise ones from throughout history; of the 60, only five are women. He gives substantial history which is enlightening. I re-read The Tragedy of Julius Caesar after reading about Cicero. The variety of quotations range from familiar to obscure. It's annoying when any living author presents himself as a master; that is for history to decide. His biggest mistake was adding himself to the list of masters with an embarrassingly intimate story of a sexual experience that surely embarrasses his family. If it weren't for the solid research, I would rate this two stars for the New Age mumbo jumbo mixed in. I wish there had been more discussion of the wise ones without so much opinion.
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