To help me remember what the agreements are, I came to IPAD. Impeccable in your word, don`t take anything personal, don`t make assumptions, always do your best. Faith in these principles, as well as determination, faith parallels in Christ and offers the opportunity for a second birth. They must help undermine our conditional relationship with the world and allow us to make decisions from our personal authentic being, instead of letting our power yield to prevailing circumstances. (Do not be fit for this world, but you are transformed by the renewal of your Spirit, so that you can prove what this good, acceptable, and perfect will of God is.) Others have done it, I`ve done it myself, says the author, and you can do it. I guess there was more false and temporary hope for the dissatisfied waves than the highway to the sky that touted it. And I don`t see why a serious sociopath couldn`t accept it as a framework for his life. It seems pretty clear that it is a permission to walk away from a marriage, and a multitude of things with a hint of loyalty about it, it is not the dream of happiness that would be preferred. When do we say yes and when no? Good question. The book draws on a number of spiritual convictions of the ancient Toltecs to help readers transform their lives into a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love. According to Ruiz, everything a man does is based on agreements he has made with himself, with others, with God, and with life itself. Simple rules that allow you to live, but almost no one does. I really liked the memories this book offers, and Ruiz wrote it in such a way that no one can claim “not to get it”.

I`m not a fan of spiritual language, but I can go above and beyond to see that this is what it is, methods to communicate the most fundamental ideas, so that people can see themselves in its examples. If everyone “lived by the four agreements,” I think the world would be much more bearable, because people are really dominated by fear and self-pity and the need to abuse others. I don`t understand why not everyone needs to read this from time to time. Please choose whether other users can see in your profile that this library is one of your favorites or not….