Praise forPRISONERS OF OUR THOUGHTS
“Here is a landmark book that, among other things, underscores how the search for meaning is intimately related to and positively influences health improvement at all levels. Reading Prisoners of Our Thoughts is an insightful prescription for promoting health and wellness!”
— Kenneth R. Pelletier, PhD, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine & Professor of Public Health, University of Arizona and UCSF Schools of Medicine, and author of Best Alternative Medicine: What Works? What Does Not?
“Prisoners of Our Thoughts is an important book about creating a meaningful life — a life that matters and makes a difference. Those of us involved in the individual quest for meaning will find valuable information and inspiration ...