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Reviewed by Sarah Stuart for Readers' Favorite
Art Drentlau captured my interest in Choose Again! You Are Far More Than You Have Come To Believe! with his claim that by reading his book, you will not only advance your own consciousness but the consciousness of the world. I took that to mean the collective “self” of every human being – an intriguing concept. It is the true story of a WW2 Nazi concentration camp survivor known as Wild Bill Cody. He watched his wife and five children being shot and realized he had a choice – hate or love. He chose to love and expressed it in the help he gave to other prisoners. “In biblical terms, Wild Bill experienced the Ultimate Epiphany!” This theme is explored throughout, and it concludes that until you forgive yourself, you cannot forgive others.
“Do unto others as you would do unto yourself,” is not only Art Drentlau’s Golden Rule; it is a very familiar adage used by most of us. It’s part of the Christian Lord’s Prayer – forgive us our trespasses (sins) as we forgive those who trespass against us. We say it, but Art Drentlau explores in depth why we should actually do it. “These things I do you can do and even greater things than this shall you do.” In many ways, this comes over as a book for Christians, but that is not all it is. His Holiness the Dalai Lama, a Buddhist, appears in the dedications. Choose Again! You Are Far More Than You Have Come To Believe! by Art Drentlau will fascinate readers of any faith, or none.