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Book Review: A Better Ten Commandments: A guide to living life with, and on purpose

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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

A Better Ten Commandments: A guide to living life with, and on purpose by James Miller is a book written by the heart and the experiences of the author.

The writer genuinely tried to present ten essential guidelines that will help people break free from the bonds of ignorance and set them free.

The book is a hands-on guide that will enable us gradually to get rid of prejudices and childhood indoctrinations and open the door for self-discovery and embracing philosophy.

If you are religious, then this book might not be for you. Furthermore, it is a book that will make a lot of people angry, but then again if a book doesn’t evoke emotions and feelings for me, it means it didn’t do its work.

James Miller decided to Play “God” and replaced the ten traditional commandments with ten of his own.

Some of the newly proposed commandments are self-help, self-growth and other methods that personally I have been using for the last 5 years now.

If you really want to escape the dead ends of your life, whatever they are, and try to build a better one, then this book is for you. It will save you time and money and stress.

We only have one life, and we need to live to the fullest our present. We need to learn from our past and plan for the future. This book will help you do that.

It was a pleasure reading this book, I don’t think I found an Iota that I disagree with it. I caught myself shaking my head in agreement in very page. I hope all people can read this book and see it’s not that difficult to turn your life around and throw away the darkness of ignorance.

Andreas Michaelides

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