"A must read for those seeking inner peace."
"This book has a profound message, and the author breaks it down piece by piece."
"The author's positive and encouraging attitude inspired me to accept myself with all of my flaws and move forward more positively."
"It tears the reader apart and puts them back together again to have a happier life with more spiritual freedom."
"In It Together: The Beautiful Struggle Uniting Us All" is a book about realizing the uplifting and unifying power of love, of true conscious love.
It shows that deep down we are truly-and literally-one and the same.
The book shows how the phrases "self-discipline" and "spiritual freedom" refer to the exact same thing. In the way the book uses the terms, to be "self-disciplined" is to be "free-spirited", and vice versa.
This is a book that uses a friendly, kind, loving, and humorous tone to tie together philosophy, spirituality, and self-help with long-standing universal truths from all ages, regions, and times.
It includes quotes from a diverse array of philosophers, artists, scientists, and spiritual teachers, including but not limited to Albert Einstein, Alan Watts, Carl Jung, Osho, Sam Harris, Ram Dass, Meister Eckhart, Eckhart Tolle, Rabbi Tina Sobo, Friedrich Nietzsche, David J Mauro, Vincent Van Gogh, George Bernard Shaw, Socrates, Voltaire, Voltairine de Cleyre, Jesus, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Shakespeare, Ren Descartes, Rev. Dr. John Watson, and both a prisoner named Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn as well as the man who imprisoned him.
It was inspired by the questioned, "What is the opposite of temptation?"
The book answers that question and so many more. Without preaching, the book provides a unifying, loving, and deeply compelling message that paves a path to inner peace, true happiness, and spiritual freedom (a.k.a. self-discipline). The reader is left empowered, motivated, and inspired.
As the opening letter in the book states, "Stay strong, my friends. There's beauty in the struggle. There's so much to overcome, but imagine what it could mean to overcome it."