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am 4. Februar 2000
This is the ONE book on parenting that everyone (parents, grandparents, caregivers, anyone at all who cares about children of all ages) should read and carry with them, always. It is especially helpful for those who have limited exposure to non-Western ideas, spiritual or otherwise. What is so special about Mr. Martin's book? It forces one to focus on the CHILD, and one's reactions to the child, and to stop worrying about classifying everything and overanalyzing the child. Parents these days get so worked up about raising the perfect child, and parenting perfectly, that no one winds up happy, and I for one think many of these current generations will suffer because of this. If only more parents would read Martin's book, they'd realize that children will grow up, with or without our interference. This book will guide those who choose to let the child become who THEY should be, rather than who we WANT them to be...wise words for us all.
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am 12. Juni 1999
William Martin's walk on the spiritual side of parenting is a path that few people are brave enough to travel. In a world full of how-to-do-it-in-five- easy-steps help books, The Parent's Tao Te Ching rises above, creating a place where parents can dig deeper into their own spiritual wisdom. Instead of following the guidlines of another "expert" who has never met the readers' children or lived a day in their lives, parents are encouraged to seek the knowledge that is inherant in everyone; mother, father, guardian and child. I love this book and have bought several copies for all of my friends who are weeks away from becoming parents for the first time.
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am 26. Oktober 1999
William C. Martin recognizes the wisdom of ancient philosophies and the fact that a modern world requires to see them from a different viewpoint. His book, The Parent's Tao Te Ching, gives a breath of life to wisdoms that Western ears have long since forgotten. This book brings all beliefs into one word, The Word, and here the word is Child.
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am 29. Mai 1999
At last, parenting without guilt. Helps parent's reconcile their inevitable mistakes. Great advice for parents regardless of the age of their children. The book is beautifully written. It has an uncommonly attractive cover and design for a paperback book.
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am 27. Februar 1999
Bill Martain has once again shared the wisdom of a self centered soul. Having attended many of his lectures, I'm glad to see him share his ideas in print. Very useful advice on teaching a child to be a caring thoughtful citizen.
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