Mahfuz Rahman Rahman itibaren Parmer County, TX, Birleşik Devletler
Klasik. Onu seviyorum.
Simple: This book should be required reading for every human. It concisely describes the most powerful human decision making engine, which our culture refuses to acknowledge, the shadow, which has been identified as the "id" and "super-ego" by Freud and the "collective unconscious" by a smarter guy named Carl Jung, who was one of Freuds students, but discarded all the psychosis of Freud and framed it in a far more intuitive way. Bly, a great poet/writer, describes the power we project onto others that should rightfully be our own. The projection looks ugly, and is upsetting, when projected and witnessed, but can become our best energy when reclaimed. Anyone who would like to develop a new understanding of how they interact with others will enjoy this book, but more it's just nice to read. He describes the process of becoming a mere "slice" by age twenty, after staring off in life as an infant with a 360' personality. Both prose and poetry, it's an excellent read, takes about two hours to get through, and perhaps a lifetime to process. Great book.