Every man, woman and child should have one of these as a day to day glimpse into the philosophies of Jesus. My own interpretation of Jesus' message written for the people comes across loud and clear to me, in fact I think I was meant to read this book, because it echos those feelings deep in my own heart. When feeling down,for what ever reason, pick up this beautiful little book and you can only feel better. "Don't let your right hand know what your left hand is doing" Jesus said this ....... This book is a valuable guide to life as much in todays world as then. Jesus was a man, a Son of God,, all people in his eyes were equal ..... no matter the creed, colour, race, nation, gender or sex. Truly a man for all time. His life and death is testimony to what can actually happen to a person who tries to "buck" the system - or challeneg power structures ... they get "crucified", this is a metaphor for torture, struggle and death dying for ones beliefs, having the courage of ones convictions against all the odds .... being true to ones heart. In this little book Jesus says we must not be afraid to be true to ourselves and that in our loneliness and solitude we will find ourselves and that God is in us all, as he did for 40 days and 40 nights. How refreshing to read such beautiful words rather than being preached to about hell and damnation.