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,h Invent a new Haagen-Dazs flavor
,h Bungee jump off a bridge
,h Teach a child to read
,h Sleep on the Acropolis
,h Fill my garden with perfumed geraniums
,h Live in a house with an unobstructed view of mountains
,h Drive a Mercedes on the German Autobahn
,h Ask for a miracle-Xand get it
Posted October 17, 2009
We often get caught up in our day to day life and forget about our goals and dreams. This is a great book that helps you remember those gaols and dreams and create new ones. Couples can go through it together too and talk about things they want to do or places they want to go. I have given this as a gift and have recommened to several people.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 18, 2009
Posted May 15, 2000
I gave this book as a college graduation gift a couple of years ago when I didn't have a lot of money. The graduate called me to express his thanks and told me how much he loved the book. Said it meant so much more than receiving money or a pen or the usual graduation gifts. Ran into him last week and he said he keeps the book close at hand and uses it constantly. He said he has started giving it as gifts. I too continue to give it as a graduation gift. Thoroughly enjoyable.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 21, 2000
Some wishes are better left unfulfilled. Remember how the genie's 3 wishes always seemed to backfire on the magic-lamp rubber? Did you ever read 'The Monkey's Paw'? Yeesh. You really have to watch out what you wish for--you might get it, goes the old saw. So in counterbalance to this relentlessly upbeat volume, I wish you'd read 'I Wish I Didn't.' A loose parody of The Wish List, it also has the virtue of being outrageously funny. And laughter's something worth wishing for!
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Posted January 3, 2000
I was taught by Mark Scharenbroich, a motivational speaker, that everyone should have a wish list for their life, and to constantly update it and check on it to remind yourself what you should be working toward. Mine currently has 111 items on it, from professional awards I want to win to dogs I want to own to stars I want to meet to skills I want to learn. This book is a great way to start your own wish list, get ideas to add to your current one, or use as your own if you don't have time right now to make one!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.