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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
Warrior Patient Heartbeats by Temple Emmet Williams is a book that I can’t find enough words to praise. It is so timely and pertinent, packed with wisdom and knowledge while offering entertainment to readers. In this book, the author shares his journey to healing from a grave, life-threatening injury and proposes a holistic path to health that is accessible to everyone. The author shows how the medical system with its sophisticated technology can cause more harm than good to patients and shares unique tips with clarity on how to heal. In this book, readers will discover the healing power of laughter and will drink from the author’s experience of love with his wife, a love that transforms pain and soothes it, allowing one to heal.
Temple Emmet Williams teaches readers how to beat deadly diseases with the natural resources available to them — a combination of laughter, love and guts, and good doctors. The author speaks from the depths of his personal experience and in a language that reaches directly to the heart of the reader. The prose is impeccable, filled with insights, but the greatest appeal of this book lies in the rare humor that is driven home to the reader. The author shares insights on the power of laughter while helping readers laugh at the same time, a point that reinforces the message of the book brilliantly. The writing is very accessible and confident. Warrior Patient Heartbeats is not a book for patients alone, but a gift for anyone who wants to stay healthy, a gift to receive with gratitude and then pass on. It is both entertaining and informative.