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Learning to Live with Fritz: Disgruntled Angel in a Hairy Disguise

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2012

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    This is an Eat Pray Love for Dog and opera lovers. This might be

    This is an Eat Pray Love for Dog and opera lovers. This might be the first book ever about the spiritual life of a dog who was never a dog but a master teacher in disguise. I wish the cover image could be shown on this site. What a darling little dog! You see in his eyes that there is something other worldly about him. Fritz possesses a hypnotic charm and a nasty disposition, he demands respect and absolute authenticity from all his subjects. A 'be here now' Zen teacher to all, the little dog seems to have all his humans dancing to his music throughout this fast paced operatic adventure from London to Berlin and back to the Big Apple. I loved the stories and cried with the author E.Rawlins when it was time for her disgruntled angel to turn in his wings. Part 2 - Learning to Live Without Him - was the best part of the book for me since all the madcap stuff in the beginning emphasized how much one could miss such a huge personailty when he was no longer there in his physical form. This is a book for dog lovers and lovers in general. I recommend this book and the lessons it teaches, also for the fresh, honest wiritng style and joyous tone of most of the book and oh ... the laughs! Fritz must have really been one crazy little dog!

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