I found this book in a thrift store, so I paid my 65 cents and took it home.
This book starts out well enough. In fact, if the author had stopped after the first half of this book, I would recommend it to just about anyone. The first half does not really contain any profound truths, but summing up listening as love is not a bad place to start.
But the second half is problematic to the point of being dangerous. It is contradictory and murky, and unsettlingly theocratic.