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Over the years, humanity has nurtured a camouflaged, ever-growing beast that keeps devouring the life forces of many through the world's acceptance of destructive competitions, soul-sucking expectations, and a dubious promise of a perfect future at the cost of appreciation for the present. The result is a collective waste of years and an endless supply of pain and suffering. Coming from Geoff Keall who has persevered through Celiac's disease, a family crisis arising from the actions of a pedophile, and a serious injury, A Losers Guide to the Galaxy delivers a guide to ending suffering. Geoff Keall shares his insights about capitalism, moving from New Zealand to Australia, managing the long-term effects of multi-generational sexual abuse, living and working with forestry employees from different backgrounds, and arriving at a liberating realization.
Wow! What a book! With the magnitude of the revelations and the eloquence and artfulness of the delivery in his book, it is evident that Geoff Keall practices his preaching of creating beauty out of abundance as opposed to lack and desperation. A Losers Guide to the Galaxy is so deep and packed with knowledge that I would love to read it over and over again. Geoff Keall's book is for those who have tried different self-help books and several other things and still feel they are not where they need to be. It proposes a new way of thinking, which has challenged the foundations of my beliefs. Approach A Losers Guide to the Galaxy with an open mind, rapt attention, and a readiness to question your life values.