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Kindness is not always easy to put into practice - in all of life's dilemmas, we calculate, whether consciously or subconsciously, what the consequences of our behavior - good or bad - is likely to be. It is this ethical intelligence that Einhorn helps the listener cultivate through five exercises, which will help listeners tackle setbacks while reaping the benefits of being kind.
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By Ariel on 09-29-13
real meaning of kindness
Would you listen to The Art of Being Kind again? Why?
yes - read it twice already. This book has shown me how to be kind and compassionate in a broader sense.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Art of Being Kind?
The part where he describes the moral dilemma of sacrificing one human to save several others.
What about Christopher Kipiniak’s performance did you like?
Excellent - projects the authors views accurately.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Recommend this book for all those who care for mankind. I would like to see more books from Stefan Einhorn/Christopher Kipiniak at audible
By Anonymous User on 09-03-17
The art of being kind??? More like.......
Here in this section we were supposed to write about what we liked and disliked, but that's just not possible, because we only disliked EVERYTHING. After hearing only 1/13 of the so called "audio book", we had everything we needed. The so called "author," Stefan, is a terrible doctor. Also why was the Little Joe story never fully resolved? Plot holes galore. The cover led me to believe I would learn how to grow a plant, however, there was no such mention within the first 13th of the so called "audio book". Also, numerous capitalization errors on the cover led to a confusing start. Additionally, this book seems outdated in the New Art era. Perhaps the so called "author" would be more suited writing "The Old Art Of Being Kind". We would recommend this book to fans of the 2017 cult classic Cello-Mandolin power duo band, A Gentlemen's War. Fans of the "Meteor Shower" will appreciate Stefan's work. Thanks for reading.
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