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Dea Ann Bridegroom
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[Following is a volunteer review of "In It Together" by Eckhart Aurelius Hughes.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All by Eckhart Aurelius Hughes became a number one best seller in two categories within the first week of being released: The Self-Help category and the Philosophy category. It was sold out of the first edition within a couple of weeks. It has had all positive feedback from its readers.

In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All is broken down into sub-headings within its sixteen chapters. This makes it very nice to find a breaking point in reading to put down the book and absorb the material. In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All begins with the chapters named: Dedication, Opening Quote by Ran Dass, A Force of Unbelievable Love and Goodness, and Opening Quotation. In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All transitions to the chapters Introduction: A Common Struggle, A World of Problems, Why We Don't Help Them, They That Seem to Suffer Most, We Can't Help Starving Children Because We Can't Help Ourselves. This brings me to the conclusion he is talking about all of us that are reading this book. This chapter at most upset me because I do help starving children all the time through tithing. I agree we have to be able to help ourselves before we can help another. The chapters continue with, Why Can't We Help Ourselves: The Two Yous, with a lot of descriptions of about what we are not. It was a necessary analysis to the embodiment about us following with eleven Self-Help suggestions within How to Free Our Spirit and Manifest Our Love. The Opposite of Temptation, there is no Problem of Evil that I concluded are world problems. However, I do not agree with the author there is no problem with evil, unless this one believes that it is not wrong to exist, break the laws set forth and violate another human being. Concluding with I Love You, Thank You for Reading, and Gratitude to Street Team.

My favorite part of In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All are the eleven suggestions made to us within these chapters. There is a great flow of energy in learning the suggestions. The chapter: How to Free Our Spirit and Manifest Our Love, Suggestion Eleven, Just Love Everything and Everyone has the words: Unconditional Acceptance, Unpossessive Appreciation, Overwhelming Admiration, Graceful Gratitude, and Inner Peace are acts of the innocence of a human being that has no flaws to the beholder.

My least favorite part of In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All is suggestion ten: Let Go of Restlessness and Over-Commitment. Do Less Better. This reminded me of a loving child, now an adult. It broke my heart and at the same time gave me new knowledge about this person.

I gave In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All 5 out of 5 stars outstanding work but not my favorite book I ever read. We have the Literary Title and its contents in common place in our ordinary, individual lives. I consider this book for anyone who is reading at an adult reading level.

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There is a lot of information in this book and a lot of it is difficult to understand and can be a bit repetitive. I found myself reading several parts over and over.
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