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I don't remember where I got the recommendation for this book, but I'm glad I picked it up. It was a quick read (I got through it in about three hours), but a great little story about an old man helping to spread perspective to those around him. So many little nuggets to incorporate into your own life - how not to squander your thoughts or words, how to plant seeds in the lives of those you touch and how your actions make your life matter (and matter forever) . The best is yet to come. I would give it an 8 out of 10.
A great motivational read. I love the way Andy Andrews takes self-empowerment tools and uses a novel to display and teach. It's an easy & quick read, but full of very useful tips and advice.
I began to read, and there was some kind of annoyance- another guru who "teaches" how to live, with emphasis on the fact that the main success in life- it material welfare.
But anyway I read it to the end. I have liked some thoughts. In general, I believe, that this book can be in something useful for a particular age group, from 16 years to 30 something’s. It is directed to those who live in relatively favorable conditions, where there is no war.
The writing is excellent, to the point, and quite fun! Chapters 1 through 3 are a must for warm, refreshing insight; you can pick and choose after that.
Also, pages 9 and 16 to 18 have some “adventure stories” (biographies) of famous historical figures. They sound strong and uplifting. I now plan on venturing into the world of non-fiction, provided they aren't like the memoirs that depress you most of the way through.
Ageless Jones notices things that others in Orange Beach Alabama seem to miss. Fortunately, Jones shows up in the lives of Orange Beach residents just as they seem to need his help. This collection of stories will warm your heart and perhaps help you solve some your own problems as you read how Jones is able to help his newest "best friends".