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Jonathan Livingston Seagull


Jonathan Livingston Seagull, the bird determined to be more than ordinary, to have a reason for living. This is a story for people who follow their ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.750

Great book

by Dimron on Mar 20, 2014

Great book. Product as described. Will do business in the future.



by shaire on Feb 21, 2010

This book may be able to help you during one of your darkest times, when you feel that no one seems to understand what you are doing. This book is about the search for perfection, the struggles we have to endure to be better than what we really are, and that despite what we have achieved, we can't always please everyone. This book also tells you that you are not alone in your search. There may be several others like you, some may just be looking and waiting for guidance. This book may be able to teach you to look at a person in a searching kind of way. An unforgettable scene was when Fletcher, freshly out from a mob that would have killed him and his flock, asked Jonathan (the lead character) why he still loves those birds that almost killed them, in which Jonathan replied something like: you do not love evil. You have to look deeper into each of those birds, for their goodness... that's what you should love.


spiritual primer

by sunoemi on May 14, 2009

A must read for everyone on the planet. Simple story about relationships and spiritual evolution. Buy one for yourself, your friends, and your family.


excellent transaction

by lena138 on Feb 26, 2009

the transaction was absolutely terrific: book arrived promptly and the condition was great


Inspirational Visions

by Rainbows on Aug 23, 2007

Whilst a Spade is a Spade....Inspiration from whatever source is invaluable! If you are blessed with imagination, Jonathan provides a beautiful learning template! His dedication to a task should inspire us to 'have a go' choose to follow our instincts....our long as the results benefit others as well, and do no harm to anyone or anything!

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