by. Joshua Loth Liebman. · Rating details · 51 ratings · 10 reviews. “It may seem strange for a man to write a book about peace of mind in this age of fierce. 17 quotes from Joshua Loth Liebman: ‘Maturity is achieved when a person accepts life as full of tension.’, ‘We are afraid of what we will do to others, afraid of the. Peace of Mind by Joshua Loth Liebman–Inspirational and motivational article from Living Life Fully.
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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. I have written this book in the conviction that social peace can never be permanently achieved so long as individuals engage in civil war with themselves. Paperbackpages. Published February 19th by Kensington Publishing Corporation first published To see what your miind thought libman this book, please sign up.
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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The author delves into the behavioural aspects of the human condition and touches on essence of a good life devoid of passion, greed, hatred. He believes that we must love or perish.
He talks about simple human needs consisting of acceptance, approval and companionship. He defines the inner human core of the soul, nervous stem, mind and an inner strength which binds the various components.
A goo The author delves into the behavioural aspects of the human condition and touches on essence of a good life devoid of passion, greed, hatred.
A good read for discovery of the self. May 29, Linda rated it it was liebmah Shelves: This book was written in the ‘s, just after WW2.
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Apr 16, Charlane Brady rated it really liked it. I’ve read this book 1st edition a few times. He also speaks of loving thyself properly May 15, Cassildalouis rated it it was amazing. It’s become my bible. I consider myself fortunate to have discovered this book.
Chapter three–Love thyself properly–caused me to break into tears and I will josuha to having read the pages out loud and silently. Jun 17, Jerry Smith rated it really liked it. Dec 28, Jolomo rated it really liked it Shelves: This book has aged better than I expected. Got turned onto it via a contemporary review. I think his final conclusions are probably wrong about modern America defining a new relationship with God that doesn’t include a surrender but along the way he says very interesting things about grief, self and fear.
Worth digging up a copy! Jan 27, Lee rated it did not like it Shelves: Rabbi Liebman had me most of the way through the book. Psychology working with faith based religion works wonderfully for peace of mind.
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It describes how and the way this happens in a manner that is most readable, that is until lidbman came to the place where he called believers “co-workers” with God. We are definitely NOT equal to God as a co-worker. That kind of defeats the purpose in believing in a god of liebmxn kind never mind God.
It was all downhill from there. Oct 09, Mark Fallon rated it really liked it. A classic from on coming to peace with your self and your emotions. I’d never read much psychology before, and this book really connected to me. Jan 01, Jenna rated it really liked it. A must read if you have any appreciation for both religion and psychology. This book reads like present day. Qatarlove rated it it was ok Jul 26, Pritesh Phulwani rated it it was amazing Jun 23, Natalie Rush rated it really liked it Jul 17, Patrick rated it really liked it Aug 29, Portia Gajewski rated it really liked it Feb 06, Bon rated it liked joshuz Sep 11, Joanna Flores rated joshuw really liked it Apr 14, Paul L rated it it was amazing Oct 18, Marcus Taylor rated it it was amazing Oct 13, Guy Arledge rated it really liked it Feb 12, josshua Dorothy Wicks rated it really liked it Mar 09, Durga Bhavani rated it did not like it Apr 24, Amanda rated it it was amazing Aug 19, Alfred Lucchesi rated it it was amazing Jan 06, Kayla rated it really liked it Jan 08, Mary Ann rated it did not like it Mar 07, Maya Davis rated it it was ok Dec 17, Tracey rated it really liked it Jul 05, Nora Dwyer liebmqn it it was amazing Dec 09, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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About Joshua Loth Liebman. Joshua Loth Liebman was an Minx rabbi and best-selling author, best known for the book Peace of Mind, which spent more than a year at 1 on the New York Times Best Seller list. Born in Hamilton, Ohio, Liebman graduated from the University of Cincinnati when he was 19 years old.
He went on to be ordained and also earned a doctorate in Hebrew letters from Hebrew Union College. From toLiebman served as rabbi of K. Temple in Chicago, Illinois. Liebman had himself previously undergone psychoanalysis. In Peace of Mind, Liebman “addressed himself to the individual whose personal grief and anxiety, unassuageable by social betterment alone, required an inner peace that psychology and religion, working together, could provide.
Reaching 1 on the New York Times nonfiction best-sellers list on October 27,Peace of Mind held the top position on the list for a total of 58 non-consecutive weeks, and spent more than three straight years on the list. Sheen responded to Liebman’s assertions by publishing a book of his own entitled Peace of Soul.
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Quotes from Peace of Mind. How many human beings go through the world frozen with rage against life! This deeply hidden inner anger may be the product of hurt pride or of fo frustration in office, factory, clinic, or home.
Whatever may be the cause of our frozen rage which is the inevitable mother of depressionthe great jlshua of hope today is that this rage can be conquered and drained off into creative channels … …What should we do? We should all learn that a certain amount of aggressive energy is normal and certainly manageable in maturity.
Most of us can drain off the excess of our angry feelings and destructive impulses in exercise, in competitive games, or in the vigorous battles against the evils of nature and society. We also must realize that no one will liwbman us ov the legitimate expression of self-assertiveness and creative pugnacity as our parents once punished us for our undisciplined temper tantrums.
Furthermore, let us remember that we need not totally repress the angry part of our nature. We can always give it an outlet in the safe realm of fantasy. A classic example of such fantasy is given by Max Beerborn, who made a practice of concocting imaginary letters to people he hated. Sometimes he went so far as to actually write the letters and in the very process of releasing his anger it evaporated.
As mature men and women we should regard our minds as a true democracy where all kinds of ideas and emotions should be given freedom of speech. If in political life we are willing lienman grant civil liberties to all sorts of parties and programs, should we not be equally willing to grant civil liberties to our innermost mknd and drives, confident that the more dangerous of them will be outvoted by the majority within our ioshua Do I mean that we should hit out at our enemy whenever the mood strikes us?