THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED- M. SCOTT PECK. (and other books by him)

Discussion in 'Books' started by Smudge, May 17, 2004.

  1. Smudge

    Smudge Member

    Love his books the depth of insight.
    Anyone read any?

    The Road Less travelled.
    Further Along the Road Less Travelled.
    People of the Lie.
    One about community- can't quite remember the title now,..will edit it in's downstairs I think.
    (Edit) 'To a Different Drum'?

    They make sense to me...challenging though :cool:
  2. Fractual_

    Fractual_ cosmos factory

    iive read the poem.

    i took the road less traveled, and that made all the difference.
  3. Smudge

    Smudge Member

    yeh, it's the doing as well as reading I guess.

    I'm stuck on a few things, but it makes sense to me.
    The grace to give to others...the love we all need...

    Thanks for replying :)
  4. Indriel

    Indriel Member

    Just finished reading 'The Road Less Travelled' - thought it was great & I'm looking for his others. Especially liked his discussions on simplistic thinking & how it affects our choices & society, & his insights in spirituality & relationship between science & religion. His views made me think more & think in different ways than I had before, gave a new perspective, & what he was saying really made a great deal of sense..
  5. Smudge

    Smudge Member

  6. i read People of the Lie.i only read it for the case studies really, and it was interesting, but dont necessarily believe any word he said... he came across as very religious and was inclined to call people 'evil' when they were just ignorant and highly annoying. i thought he was a bit biased in that respect.
  7. Smudge

    Smudge Member

    I wouldn't call him 'religious' but it depends what you mean... :)

    I found him very non-judgemental, as is anyone that recognises that evil can be in them too, and doesn't, therefore, raise themselves above others.

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