Joins a fine group of books,
This review is from: Happy at Last: The Miraculous Power of Generosity in Life, Love and Success (Kindle Edition)
This is an excellent book for anyone who is familiar with the Advaita Vedanta philosophy and other spiritual books such as I Am That and The Power of Now. It provides a simple, progressive path that anyone can adopt and follow on the way to becoming `unconditionally generous'.
The main gist of the book is that learning to cultivate our innate generosity (and abandoning the `accumulate and gain' attitude of our culture) can help us lead happy, constructive lives.
It draws heavily on spiritual teachings and teachers, all the way from Jesus Christ to modern Indian masters such as Ramana Maharshi and Ramesh Balsekar. The author is obviously well read in these philosophies as he echoes them almost perfectly, with his own twist.
If I have on gripe it is that it's quite short, but this also works to its advantage. I read it in one sitting and put the simple techniques into practice immediately. Recommended.