50 Things To Do When You Turn 50 Third Edition: Making The Most Of Your Milestone Birthday
  • 50 Things To Do When You Turn 50 Third Edition: Making The Most Of Your Milestone Birthday
  • 50 Things To Do When You Turn 50 Third Edition: Making The Most Of Your Milestone Birthday
  • 50 Things To Do When You Turn 50 Third Edition: Making The Most Of Your Milestone Birthday
ISBN: 1416246371
EAN13: 9781416246374
Language: English
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 1" H x 8" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.11 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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   Great book for affluent 50 year olds in great health.
Ugh : Not a financial gift to those who are not great. Lots of tips are things like travel your house, invest ”, make a hike '', all things we would love to do if money and mobility was no option. Instead, it leaves you feeling good, loss of mobility, and some financial setbacks... perhaps not a great read at 50.
 
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   A new age book. Not a list of inspiring ideas.
I bought this book for my 50th birthday, thinking that it was a list of inspiring ideas. It is actually the author's philosophy about how we need to abandon dogmatic religious convictions and open our selves to the benevolent spiritual essence of the universe. It seems that the author has dogmatic beliefs, however, that coincide with astrology. The reader is led by the astrological signs which the reader is to use as a guide to creating a life true to them. My wife and I are Bible - believing Christians. This is anathema to this author, who makes it a point to say how the Bible and the Church are wrong about original sin and other negative ideas. I could not have picked a more wrong book to give to a Christian. This is the only book that I went to the trouble to return to.
 
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