Book Review – The Last Lecture

From using it as a heart-warming cookbook, I succeeded to experiment and then appreciate the simple and natural ways of healing some common ailments, such as fever and cold. But as I open myself to the depths of learning that has been designed into this work, the book reveals the microcosmic journey of swimming the seas of Ayurveda. The fundamental principles that make-up a human body, like the five elements, the three bodily humors or doshas, the step-by-step processes of digestion according to Ayurveda, and much more are covered in this book.

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I have chosen to discuss the first book I ever read about personal finance. It is also one of the best. The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason is a collection of very readable and interesting stories which teach fundamental financial lessons. Written from the perspective of people living in ancient Babylon, it teaches through story, which I think is one of the most effective ways of learning.

If one takes the major advice in Dr. Harvey’s work, including his sensible ideas about working out by starting out with jogs that become full exercise sessions and then combines it a properly balanced diet that is low in processed foods and sugars, then one can use Dr. Harvey’s seminal work as a way to ensure a healthy future. Further, it is a future that should be healthier than one can imagine.

Sometimes when it comes to investing, we try to be sophisticated. There is a time for sophistication. But most investing, particularly when you are just starting to build wealth should be kept as simple as possible.

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The chapters are short and have breaks within themselves, which always makes the reading seem to go faster and gives you chances to get up and grab refreshment. I really dislike books with overly long chapters. I hate having the phone ring or whatnot and having to stop somewhere you’re not meant to stop. Yanno? Moore gets that.

I will still read the next book, because I find the overall plot to be interesting. However, I doubt I’ll be re-reading these anytime soon. I did also find the quality of writing in this book to be improved upon since the last one. Besides the over-repeated phrase, “whole in my chest,” in my opinion, the writing is of a better quality than the first novel.

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