I read this book. I am, however, not sure I should mark this as read, because as soon as I finished it, I restarted reading it.
So, maybe I can count this one as read? Maybe? Not sure.
One of the issues I have with this book is that I, and a number of other people I know, have read this book at a hard part in life. Things are difficult, problems are numerous and overwhelming, and this is when we turn to this book for comfort.
Yet, sitting with that discomfort is part of the story, part of the journey to becoming whole and not-whole again.
This is a book that needs to be read, too, when things aren't falling apart, when we can think as clearly as we are able, when we can see the wisdom of the words without the sorrow of our souls.
I strongly recommend this book, with a caveat. Yes, read this book, but experience it again with someone reading to you. Either check out the abridged version of the author reading it, or the unabridged version with another reader, but do listen to the book. The experience is much different, and differently richer.