Throughout the book, the author writes a lot of philosophical questions in the conversations between the father and the son. However, he does not provide the answer to these questions; rather he just gives room for the reader to think further.--Luk Wai Man
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We should think that for how many times we do consider others or our beloved ones in our life. Only when our relatives die, we find how deep we love them. Only when our friends leave, we miss them so much. Many times people tend to take their treasures for granted in their lives and haven't aware of it. I think that's a real stuff I should learn, to make a balance between the things relate to me and other people.--Chen Yan, Lene
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This book tells us that life is not single. Each one of us can influent another person. Blue man died when he was driving because he wanted to avoid hitting Eddie. The captain died on protecting Eddie. Tera was burned by Eddie. Life must end. But love has no ending. This world is dominated by love.
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I have also learnt that every one of us is meaningful. Some people may think that they have a meaningless life just like what Eddie thought. And actually if we have our aims and know what we are doing for, our life is meaningful.
--Yu Chui Fong
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This true touching story about the love between a spiritual mentor and his pupil is with such grace and humility. For starters: it reminds us of the affection and gratitude that many of us still feel for the significant mentors of our past. It also plays out a fantasy many of us have entertained: what would it be like to look those people up again, tell them how much they meant to us. --Gail Hudson Extracted from Amazon
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