Living, Loving & Learning



Living, Loving & LearningLIVING, LOVING AND LEARNING Is A Delightful Collection Of Dr Buscaglia S Informative And Amusing Lectures, Which Were Delivered Worldwide Between And This Inspirational Treasure Is For All Those Eager To Accept The Challenge Of Life And To Profit From The Wonder Of Love

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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  • Paperback
  • 264 pages
  • Living, Loving & Learning
  • Leo F. Buscaglia
  • English
  • 02 November 2018
  • 0449901815

10 thoughts on “Living, Loving & Learning

  1. Galateia says:

    I read it as a teenager and I remember that I loved it One of the highlights this poem by a female student who wished to remain anonymous Things you didn t do Remember the day I borrowed your brand new car,And I dented it I thought you d kill me,But you didn t.And remember the time I dragged you to the beach,And you said it would rain, and it did I thought you d say, I told you so, But your didn t.Do you remember the time I flirted with all the guys to make you jealous And you were I though I read it as a teenager and I remember that I loved it One of the highlights this poem by a female student who wished to remain anonymous Things you didn t do Remember the day I borrowed your brand new car,And I dented it I thought you d kill me,But you didn t.And remember the time I dragged you to the beach,And you said it would rain, and it did I thought you d say, I told you so, But your didn t.Do you remember the time I flirted with all the guys to make you jealous And you were I thought you d leave me,But you didn t Do you remember the time I spilled strawberry pie all over the rug in your new car I thought you d hit me,But you didn t And remember the time I forgot to tell you the dance was formal,And you showed up in jeans I thought you d drop me,But you didn t Yes, there were lots of things you didn t do,But you put up with me, and you loved me, and you protected me.There were lots of things I wanted to make up to you.When you returned from Vietnam,But you didn t

  2. Sarah Minnella says:

    I generally hate self help inspirational type books, however this book holds a soft spot in my heart.Living Loving and Learning is a collection of Leo Buscaglia s lectures and is replete with anecdotal interactions from students, readers, and friends Buscaglia s message is inspired from everyday events that we often fail to notice He points out most people take too many things for granted and become misguided by fame, authority, or money They forget the real meaning of living and loving Busc I generally hate self help inspirational type books, however this book holds a soft spot in my heart.Living Loving and Learning is a collection of Leo Buscaglia s lectures and is replete with anecdotal interactions from students, readers, and friends Buscaglia s message is inspired from everyday events that we often fail to notice He points out most people take too many things for granted and become misguided by fame, authority, or money They forget the real meaning of living and loving Buscaglia says that we have an obligation to become all we can be that we can t give what we don t possess, therefore in order to give ourselves, we need to cultivate what we have to offer He also teaches us that everything we do must be done with love and that our actions impact those around us Buscaglia teaches that it is one thing to have achievements and successes in life, yet it is another thing to live the way humans were meant to live through the senses, through relationships, and through perpetual self improvement And the most wonderful message I took from this book is that acts of love can not only build bridges between people, and change people s day but can also change people s life

  3. Janell says:

    In the very early 80 s A wise woman suggested I read Leo s books and watch for him to appear on the PBS station I followed her advice and his work I have carried his suggestions and ideas inside my heart for all these years and I am still hoping and waiting for people to take his advice to heart Now that I am in my 50 s, I look around today and I think that people are finally doing this Hopefully it is not just a trick of lightMy favorite story was one that he told of how his famil In the very early 80 s A wise woman suggested I read Leo s books and watch for him to appear on the PBS station I followed her advice and his work I have carried his suggestions and ideas inside my heart for all these years and I am still hoping and waiting for people to take his advice to heart Now that I am in my 50 s, I look around today and I think that people are finally doing this Hopefully it is not just a trick of lightMy favorite story was one that he told of how his family would celebrate when a bad thing would happen So when they were getting through the tough times they would have some Joy to talk about and remember and feel better It is difficult to holdthan one memory and feeling in your mind at one time So creating Joyful times is important We can keep them, take them to the funeralsLaugh and be happy It is much easier to accept that way

  4. Kristin says:

    To be honest I wasn t expecting to like this book very much It was one of those books always touted as something you had to read if you were going into education back when I was in college So, of course I avoided it like the plague.When my book group selected it, I ordered it from the library and gave it a shot It was much better than I thought it would be In some ways it was what I expected Everyone needs love everyone needs to show love to everyone else everyone needs to be their best To be honest I wasn t expecting to like this book very much It was one of those books always touted as something you had to read if you were going into education back when I was in college So, of course I avoided it like the plague.When my book group selected it, I ordered it from the library and gave it a shot It was much better than I thought it would be In some ways it was what I expected Everyone needs love everyone needs to show love to everyone else everyone needs to be their best self etc But I think what saves this book is the palpable sincerity of the author Leo Buscaglia clearly believed the message he was sharing and he was very passionate about it.Because this book is a collection of lectures and speeches, it can get very repetitive after a while If you only read one or two of the lectures you would basically get the same message you get by reading the whole book He phrases things differently and uses different examples, but the message is essentially the same in all of them While there wasn t really anything new in this book, it is certainly a message that bears repeating It s easy to forget how much you can make someone s day just by taking a minute or two to say something nice to them or do something nice for them Everyone can uselove in their life

  5. Zach says:

    This book was originally required reading for me It became the best 0.01 I ever spent onThe lessons taught in Dr Buscaglia s book cover a myriad of topics from communication to trust to feelings to hugs Along the way he provides wonderful insight and advice to those who wish to understand themselves and everyone else who considers themself human Surpisingly, this work was entertaining, informantive and useful to me and I am nowhere near being a member of the Bleeding Heart Brigade This book was originally required reading for me It became the best 0.01 I ever spent onThe lessons taught in Dr Buscaglia s book cover a myriad of topics from communication to trust to feelings to hugs Along the way he provides wonderful insight and advice to those who wish to understand themselves and everyone else who considers themself human Surpisingly, this work was entertaining, informantive and useful to me and I am nowhere near being a member of the Bleeding Heart Brigade At the very least it is a guide to some understanding, cooperation and even a little tolerance among all of us It is definitely worth the read, and the 1 cent it costs to buy the paperback

  6. Patti says:

    I read Buscaglia back to back with Peck s The Road Less Traveled and it was like night and day Their approaches to life are opposites I prefer Buscaglia He s a big Italian teddy bear who wants everyone to get along and to find out what makes them happy, and to enjoy life Peck isCalvinistic nose to the grindstone, delay gratification, if it feels good it s probably bad for you Now of course, I read these books about 20 years ago so my memory might be embellishing I do recall howe I read Buscaglia back to back with Peck s The Road Less Traveled and it was like night and day Their approaches to life are opposites I prefer Buscaglia He s a big Italian teddy bear who wants everyone to get along and to find out what makes them happy, and to enjoy life Peck isCalvinistic nose to the grindstone, delay gratification, if it feels good it s probably bad for you Now of course, I read these books about 20 years ago so my memory might be embellishing I do recall however, putting Peck down and thinking, What a horrble way to live, and then wishing Leo Buscaglia was my brother and I could go hang out with him, drink some wine, eat some lasagna and have some laughs

  7. k8beeZ says:

    Do a random act of kindness.When you receive a book from the library which you particularly resonated with leave little notes of love in the book for the next person to find.I opened up this book to begin to read and the page 111 how very ascension was circled in pencil the Index, for the chapter of Bridging the Barriers I immediately turned to page 111, since it was circledand out fell a little note which said i love you I was so filled with joy and warmth that I just laid down a Do a random act of kindness.When you receive a book from the library which you particularly resonated with leave little notes of love in the book for the next person to find.I opened up this book to begin to read and the page 111 how very ascension was circled in pencil the Index, for the chapter of Bridging the Barriers I immediately turned to page 111, since it was circledand out fell a little note which said i love you I was so filled with joy and warmth that I just laid down and basked in the feeling for quite some time I will keep that note always and put in my own note for the next personon my favorite page People are so cool

  8. Martine says:

    Buscaglia is awesome I try to imagine what it must have been like to have been one of his college students I love how he embraces life and encourages us to embrace others, if not physically then by doing small acts of kindness.

  9. Annatsoup says:

    Is there anything else a man can ask for Leo Buscaglia has the tremendous ability to bring out our finest self with this book This book contains advice and points of view we should all be familiar with if you also belong to those people that think that this world needs a change

  10. Lisa Sellers says:

    This book is my favorite book of all time I just love Leo Buscaglia and miss him I wish I had met him before he passed on This is the first book of his I read in freshman year at Warren Wilson College read it in a week.I buy his books as gifts they are the best his Christmas stories collection is my favorite and my favorite short story is No Room in the Inn awe.Love his first book is a great book to help you forgive as well as Loving Each Other The Challenge of Human Relationship This book is my favorite book of all time I just love Leo Buscaglia and miss him I wish I had met him before he passed on This is the first book of his I read in freshman year at Warren Wilson College read it in a week.I buy his books as gifts they are the best his Christmas stories collection is my favorite and my favorite short story is No Room in the Inn awe.Love his first book is a great book to help you forgive as well as Loving Each Other The Challenge of Human Relationship I also love his book The Fall of Freddie the Leaf to help children deal with death of beloved family members I bring it out for myself from time to time.Here are website links to learnabout this amazing man bless you, Leo You have been such a great virtual mentor and priest to me May the Light Perpetual Shine upon you

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