Margaret Reminded Me of What I Needed to Know -- Message from Rob White

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Re: Margaret Reminded Me of What I Needed to Know -- Message from Rob White

Post by Eric ncebere » 14 Mar 2018, 08:12

I thank you so much for such motivating books.I am looking forward to read more of your books to know how to get close to gurus in life

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Post by Cloud Rainbow » 15 Mar 2018, 21:30

Thanks for the inspiring letter. I look forward to reading the book. Life is indeed a mystery.

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Post by kwame1977 » 16 Mar 2018, 17:23

Thanks for the additional comments. I have read and reviewed your book. Thumbs up!

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Post by Graceia » 18 Mar 2018, 15:22

Rob, I am itching to get my hands on your next book!

Margaret significantly shifted focus from your outlook to hers; drawing you to see things from a different perspective.
It was a disturbing realization for me to learn that it is not all about what I learn from my perspective. It is about understanding the other and living in co-existence with all people, the 'gurus' in our lives. It is seeking to learn from the other's point of view than believing what I see and challenge from my stand point is the right thing.

I suppose I must be a lot like you, Rob, seeing what an be fixed, motivating others and challenging their situations without really thinking of what they see. I have learnt the importance of looking through the other's eyes. This would greatly influence the change we seek to bring to this world.

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Post by Afoaayoe » 21 Mar 2018, 08:55

Thanks for your words, it encourages to read more of your books.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by revna01 » 21 Mar 2018, 11:08

Thank you for taking the time to share these thoughts with us. I love the idea of the unassuming gurus, as I can easily relate. Most of the people I have learned the most from have been quite simple in nature; never flashy. We have to be open to learning from all those we encounter.

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Post by Edgeona » 22 Mar 2018, 20:34

It's good to know that you acknowledged us, big ups to you,am looking forward to read more of your books.

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Post by ValBookReviews » 22 Mar 2018, 22:28

Beautifully written. Thank you for taking time out to write.
"And another book was opened, which is the Book of Life". (Revelation 20:12 (NKJV) :reading-7:

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Post by Richmom1 » 24 Mar 2018, 17:11

I look forward to reading your book and I hope my life is inspired by it.

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Post by bookreviewer2016 » 25 Mar 2018, 01:02

SABRADLEY wrote:
21 Mar 2018, 11:08
Most of the people I have learned the most from have been quite simple in nature; never flashy. We have to be open to learning from all those we encounter.
I agree. Maybe, for me, it's because the flashy people create some sort of psychological response in me, a mental barrier, that makes me not want to learn anything from them. I'm much more open to learning from people who come across as normal individuals with humility and wisdom.

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Post by crediblereading2 » 26 Mar 2018, 23:16

Your insightful concepts of overcoming the challenges of life are truly inspirational. Thank you, Rob White.

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Post by La solitaire » 31 Mar 2018, 11:17

'How supportive life will be, if we are willing to embrace the support it offers.' This is so true, only at times we are too caught up with ourselves to see the little angels that life brings along. Oh that we could see them, these people who do so much yet ask for so little.
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Post by morenikeji100 » 01 Apr 2018, 07:24

Thanks for your inspiring letter, i'll try to get the book.

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Post by Omoye+ » 08 Apr 2018, 19:43

I look forward to reading your book and be able to identify these passing gurus in my everyday playful world. What a playful me! Thanks for your inspiration. I will try to learn something good from every word that passes my ear now. *laughing*. I have got a twin in you in that I enjoy my own company more and people enjoy my company and joining online book club recently has increased that personal company time.

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Post by Nashabyrd » 12 Apr 2018, 20:32

It was a feel book I read it as a inspiration to my friends and family

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