Personhood: The Art of Being Fully Human




      Personhood: The Art of Being Fully Human
In his warm, inviting, and inclusive, style, bestselling author Leo Buscaglia manages to bring a vision of the world together within his warm embrace Sharing the stories of his travels and his encounters with people all over the world, Buscaglia reminds us that we are all people who have the potential to share ourselves with ourselves as well as others A lover of life and people, Buscaglia s insight into our hearts and souls, his reassurance as to our essential good natures, is a much needed reminder of our connectedness to one and all Table Of Contents Foreword Introduction Chapter I The Start Chapter II The Stages of Growth Toward Full Humanness The Fully Functioning Infant and Child The Fully Functioning Adolescent The Fully Functioning Mature Person The Fully Functioning Intimate Person The Fully Functioning Old Person Chapter III Some Vital Views on the Fully Functioning Person The Way of Taoism The Way of Confucianism The Way of Buddhism The Way of Hinduism The Way of Islam The Way of Judaism The Way of Christianity Chapter IV Growing as the Fully Functioning Person The Role of Death The Role of Self Determination The Role of Connectiveness The Role of Purpose The Role of Communication The Role of Doubt and Spirituality The Role of Frustration and Pain The Role of Intimacy and Love Chapter V The Challenge of Your Fully Functioning Personhood Special Features Personhood New Read Books Personhood: The Art of Being Fully Human Author Leo F. Buscaglia – heartforum.co.uk

known as Dr Love Dr Felice Leonardo Buscaglia Ph.D was a professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Southern California He was a graduate of Theodore Roosevelt High School Los Angeles.Leo Buscaglia authored a number of New York Times bestselling inspirational books on love and human reticences on the subject, including The Fall of Freddie the Leaf, Bus 9 to Paradise, Living Loving and Learning, Love and My Father In lectures he often protested, in outrage at the comparative absence of writings on the subject, I got the copyright for love

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      Personhood: The Art of Being Fully Human
 ✓ By ☆ Leo F. Buscaglia terrorism – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Personhood: The Art of Being Fully Human
  • Leo F. Buscaglia
  • English
  • 24 November 2018
  • 0449901998

10 thoughts on “ Personhood: The Art of Being Fully Human

  1. Gregory says:

    I read this book while in college.It seems I read a lot of things in college that weren t quite related to college itself.come to think of it, I believ I got a better education from all of my extra curricular reading than the college c...

  2. Lori Frieden says:

    This book changed my life I read it when I was 18 and again just recently It s simply written, not overly intellectual or indulgent It s a short, quick read that I highly recommend.

  3. Sharon says:

    In this book, Leo Buscaglia attempts to offer an historic view of the ethical principles that have guided our humanity He believes that everyone is responsible through their own uniqueness for completing a portion of a vast universal canvas Full actualization of the world, therefo...

  4. Lily says:

    I was hoping for a pleasant and humanistic little sweetie given the title, but instead I got pretty simplistic drivel about complex things, outdated explanations of world religions, and some pretty corny, cheesy storie...

  5. Elham Taghavimehr says:

    Inspiring words, I love such books.It makes me feel fresh Strive every day to become fully YOU this message is quintessential Buscaglia At his very best in The Art of Being Fully Human, Leo will uplift ...

  6. Jonny says:

    This was literally one of the hardest books I ve ever had to read I m not exactly sure why that is I ve no doubt that most of it has to do with my own self and how challenging this book is to the way my mind tends to think But I also think that there is something.off about this book that I can t quite adequately explain But I ll try.To give a frame of reference, I came into reading this after loving a few key quotes from Buscaglia ever since I was a teenager They were sometimes tragic, This was literally one of the hardest books I ve ever had to read I m not exactly sure why that is I ve no doubt that most of it has to do with my own self and how challenging this book is to the way my mind tends to think But I also think that there is something.off about this book that I can t quite adequately explain But I ll try.To give a frame of reference, I came into reading this after loving a few key quotes from Buscaglia ever...

  7. Dr.Diane Davis says:

    It teaches the discovery of self It helped me to understand when I was a young adult that I had a destiny and purpose This book helped me in finding myself Because of Dr Buscaglia book it motivated me to write, publish and to give back what this phenomenon author has given me.

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