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Some books are like sleeper cells--they slide into our life quietly, without any hype or hoopla, without grand promises or proclaiming a direct line to God, and the content is so self-evident that until we actually take notice and activate the understanding, the messages go relatively unnoticed. This is such a book.


Submitted:Apr 14, 2012    Reads: 94    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   


This review is from: Cutting Truths: Fifty Enlightening Slices of Life (Paperback) 178 pages ... 5.0 out of 5 stars Sleeper Cells Awaken,
By Julie Clayton "Julie Clayton ~New Consciousness ... (Portland, OR) -
Some books are like sleeper cells--they slide into our life quietly, without any hype or hoopla, without grand promises or proclaiming a direct line to God, and the content is so self-evident that until we actually take notice and activate the understanding, the messages go relatively unnoticed. This is such a book. Yes the messages are self-evident, but only in the sense that we can see the emperor has no clothes but have allowed our mind and vision to obscure the truth. Levy is the quiet voice that states the obvious, and yet in so doing, he breaks the mirror of self-deception and invites readers to reconstruct their perceptions. Touching on a diverse range of topics, from sex to health, philosophy to economics, stupidity to God, and much more, these brief essays sting our minds, move our hearts, and rouse hearty laughter. Cutting Truths is original, illuminating, enjoyable reading, and timely.




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