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With A WOMAN'S WORTH, Marianne Williamson turns her charismatic voice--and the same empowering, spiritually enlightening wisdom that energized her landmark work, A RETURN TO LOVE-- to exploring the crucial role of women in the world today. Drawing deeply and candidly on her own experiences, the author illuminates her thought-provoking positions on such issues as beauty and age, relationships and sex, children and careers, and the reassurance and reassertion of the feminine in a patriarchal society. Cutting across class, race, religion, and gender, A WOMAN'S WORTH speaks powerfully and persuasively to a generation in need of healing, and in search of harmony.

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  • Broché: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Ballantine Books; Édition : Reprint (8 mars 1994)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0345386574
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345386571
  • Dimensions du produit: 13 x 1,2 x 19,9 cm
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par "amourlavie" le 5 décembre 2002
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Un très beau livre qui sait parler du bonheur d'être une femme sans féminisme combatif, mais tout en douceur. Un livre court pour dire l'essentiel sans trop s'étaler et nous permette de continuer nous-même, avec nos propres opinions. Et comme Marianne Williamson le dit elle-même, ce livre n'a pas pour but de nous apprendre quelquechose, mais de nous rappeler ce que nous savons déjà, sans oser le dire.
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Worth a whole lot of underlining 16 juin 2001
Par Robi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I read, I stop, I underline, I think, I smile a knowing smile. I read, I stop, I underline, I make a note about my worth. I read, I stop, I remember why I am here and honor all of the women before me. Whether I knew those women or not, they carved out the path of my existence. Their tears are the oceans I swim in and they set me afloat. I have read two other of Marianne Williamson's books, but those don't even compare to the simple, bold, in your face message of the value of your worth as a woman. I wish Marianne had a twin brother to write A Man's Worth, but she does graciously pay tribute to Sam Keen's Fire in the Belly on the very first page. See, always a woman to think of others and nurture the universe! Mostly, Madame Williamsons' book just made me feel so worthy of the gift of me. I am accountable to and of myself and it is my obligation to share the best of myself. So many juicy quotes, so many rich, alive, statements. This book HONORS MEN and WOMEN and CHILDREN simply by recognizing the golden opportunity we each have in being in love and living of love every day. That is the essence of all of our worth.
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This book refreshed me when I was down 19 février 2000
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A Woman's Worth is a great book for any woman to read who has lost herself; or perhaps even better for someone who has not figured out who she is yet. I read it when I was having a hard time feeling grounded and it really helped my self-confidence. I was able to begin to love myself again (or for the first time). And have since recommended it to a friend who is going through a difficult divorce - she loved it! Though I did not agree with everything that Marianne Williamson had to say , the tone of the book is such that you can easily take what you need and leave the rest.
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A Must-Read for Every Woman 20 juillet 2000
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I would never have believed that a book could have such an profound impact on my life. But this book did just that. It gave me a new way of looking at everything: myself, other women, men, God, sex, and the list goes on and on. A Woman's Worth opens your eyes to all the beauty in yourself and in the world. And there is so much beauty to behold. I highly recommend this book particularly if you or a friend has hit a rocky patch in life. I was down so low when I read this book, I wasn't sure where I could turn for help. But the book gave me the inspiration to open my heart and acknowledge my own worth and that was the first step towards healing. Marianne Williamson has an amazing gift and I thank God that she shares it with the rest of us.
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A woman's worth; MY worth 4 septembre 1999
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4 years ago I came across a copy of this book, and spent a joyful afternoon reading her words and contemplating my own worth. This book nourished my soul. I felt like she was speaking directly to me, and thank God, I listened! My life was forever changed. This book had such an impact on me that words cannot convey. I ended my self-destruction that day, and discovered a sense of worth that I had never known. This book is the perfect gift for a daughter graduating from high school, or for any woman who has yet to discover her own vital place in this world.
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Not a Feminist Book, too many gender stereotypes 19 février 2010
Par Eve Aruguete - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When i started reading the book I was overtaken by emotion. I crave hearing about what is good about women. She has a great talent for writing a "call-to-arms" and digs deep into some shared experiences.
Then at some point I realized her ideas about women were limiting to me. Her vision of women is very typical and even stereotypical. It assumes all women are good nurturers, heterosexual and looking for a long term relationship. To some extent it implies women are forced into competitive or leadership roles they don't actually enjoy.

These are some quotes that alerted me:
"Most of us want a masculine man, but there's no way to have one unless we become a feminine woman"
"Our burgeoning sexuality didn't just freak out Daddy, who was attracted and repelled at the same time. It freaked out Mommy too, who was jealous, and our teachers who had similar projections."
"A woman is meant to hold the heart of the world within her hands. She must cater to it and minister to it and kiss it when it cries... we are meant to prepare the food, the spiritual food of love and compassion. We are meant to care for the children, not just our own, but every child. When we do not recognize our cosmic function, our own hearts break and so does the heart of the world"

there are many other quotes that had me perk up my ears.
It's confusing to have these things uttered by someone who is pro-woman in some ways. I had to write this review to un-confuse myself.
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