Paul Williams is an Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe winning Hall of Fame songwriter ("Rainbow Connection," "Evergreen," and "We've Only Just Begun") and President of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). He is a major public force in the recovery movement, a graduate of UCLA's Drug and Alcohol Counseling Certification Program and has served as a member of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Board of Directors. He was a founding board member and counselor for the Musicians Assistance Program (MAP), now the treatment wing of MusiCares.
Das Energiby Paul Williams
This "strange little book" has been an underground bestseller for over twenty years. Its message has never been more necessary for human survival: Everything will change. You will never be the same. And all this will happen just as soon as you're ready.
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You Are God. So goes a statement all alone on a page in this book. There is hardly a full page in this entire text. It's full of short and sweet sentances or paragraphs which are meant to open your eyes to your potential. It's a great and inspiring read which at times leaves one breathless, in awe of the profound possibilities shown. If you need a book which will get you high on life, this is it. You will feel great if you read into what he's saying and you'll enjoy the self-affirming aspects of his writing. I feel special every time I read it. And it blows my mind each time also. It doesn't matter what religion you are or what non-religion you're a member of--you can get something from this piece. If you're Christian and think he's blasphemeing, saying you are god, think again and check out Psalm 82:6. Thank you.
I have been reading this book, and giving it away as gifts for almost thirty years. It still speaks to me. At first I did not understand the very beginning, did not beleive it. I do now I have lived on into it's truth.
I LOVE this book! I have known about it since 1976. The father of one of my young students gave me a copy and have bought many since to give to friends. I was just recommending it this morning to a friend. It truly does, to this day, speak to me and speaks so eloquently of life's journey.