Living Loving and Learning by Leo F. Buscaglia

By Leo F. Buscaglia

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LIVING, LOVING AND studying is a pleasant number of Dr. Buscaglia's informative and fun lectures, that have been introduced around the world among 1970 and 1981. This inspirational treasure is for all these wanting to settle for the problem of lifestyles and to benefit from the beauty of affection.

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In fact, have a need for freedom, too. " And neither do we. In order to learn, you've got to be free. You've got to be free to experiment, to try, free to make mistakes. That's the way you learn. I can understand your mistakes and I profit greatly from mine. The secret is not to make the same one twice. But I need to be free to experiment and to tiy. Give me that chance. Allow me the freedom to be and to be myself and to find the joy in need. Don't give me your hangups! Let me find and all my own!

And neither do we. In order to learn, you've got to be free. You've got to be free to experiment, to try, free to make mistakes. That's the way you learn. I can understand your mistakes and I profit greatly from mine. The secret is not to make the same one twice. But I need to be free to experiment and to tiy. Give me that chance. Allow me the freedom to be and to be myself and to find the joy in need. Don't give me your hangups! Let me find and all my own! overcome Td with a quote from Leo Rosten which, in his very special way, says it all: like to close some way, however, small and secret, each of us is Everyone is lonely at bottom and cries to be understood; but we can never entirely understand someone else, and each of us remains part stranger even to those who love us ...

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