Three Steps to Enlightenment
In a thirty year study of what was, what is and what shall be, Gary Rutz discovered the secrets to the universe, enlightenment and everlasting happiness. It is not so amazing really, because Rutz discovered what we all have within us. He listened to his own inner voice and trusted that the answers and were within him. After reading thousands of pages of history, philosophy, and critical thought, Rutz used a reductionist method to remove unnecessary complexity. Through accessible language and style, Rutz presents his discoveries in an easy to understand way.
“Truth is like an exercise bike: it just sits in the corner, useless until you get on and ride it”. So starts Gary Rutz’s warm and conversational guide to his personal philosophy. The core message is about self empowerment: “You’re in charge. Whether you decide to feel oppressed by the world around us or whether to feel empowered by it”.
The writing is a little convoluted and some of the philosophical constructs were not explained clearly enough for me. However, overall, I liked the book.