Reviewed by Paulette Aspesi
Ryuho Okawa talks about success in life, but originality, joy and unique contributions are hard to obtain for the common man, when he is trying to pay his bills & take care of his family. Does he really have time for being original and making unique contributions to the world? And is everyone capable of doing such things? Ryuho Okawa talks about self-realization, but what he thinks he can achieve by it, I do not think is possible. Perhaps this is a book that does have more meaning for someone younger — though there are several concepts that people of any age can relate to and get meaning from.
How many stars does the book deserve?: ☆☆☆