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Happy at Last - a book by Sam Beddall
on 11 March 2014
I have just finished reading this book. The last 30% of it was really dreadful. I am glad I finished reading it. I couldn't wait for it to end. I will never purchase another book written by this author. This is all because the author says nothing substantial in this book. The concept of generosity makes no sense in today's world. If you are so generous Mr. Sam Beddall, why are you not giving out your book for free? Why selling it in the first place? The goal of this book is a nonsense. If the world is supposed to be so generous, why do we have to pay our rents in order to have a shelter and not become homeless? Should not the landlords be generous enough and let us all live in their dwellings for free? What do you mean they would not be able to afford it? Who cares? Their generosity should make them happy, shouldn't it? What I am trying to say here is that the author's concept of generosity in this book is just another fallacy. Only the filthy rich can afford to be generous, and only if they choose so. The poor people of the world just cannot afford to be generous, they just barely make their ends meet. Mr. Sam Beddall, it's all about survival. The most important fact you are forgetting to mention in your book is that the world is full of people who will exploit the generosity of others, no matter what, because that's their way of making a living. So the most important thing is to be very, very careful as to who you are going to be generous to. Be generous to everybody around you as this book suggests, and very soon you gonna end up hungry and homeless, period.