See what people are saying about the book:

“Timely, entertaining, thoughtful and very practical. Your book validates what I already think and feel. I know these things, and now I have a demarcation. It is liberation.”
-Barry Cogbill, the man who inspired the book

“The Definitive Guide to Peace and Happiness for the Third Millennium after Christ!”
– Buddha

“Extensive scientific research has been conducted on the subject of human happiness, almost none of which was referenced in this book.”
-Albert Einstein

“Once you fully realize the unity of all consciousness, this book becomes obsolete. However, it will keep you warm for about fifteen minutes, if you burn it one page at a time.”
-Alan Watts

“Swami Pranayomama is such an asshole! He just pretends to be a spiritual guru so he can get laid. Please do not buy this book or support him in any way. He is such a creep! Jeez!”
– Julie, Swami Pranayomama’s ex-girlfriend

“I knew it was a bad idea to bang one of my disciples. So I banged half a dozen of them. Julie didn’t like that. But hey, I gotta be me! It’s all about authentic self expression, right? And when you are as infinitely loving of all beings as I am, then it is only natural to want to hump each and every one of God’s beautiful creations, animate or inanimate.”
– Swami Pranayomama

“I don’t give a fuck!”

See what more people are saying about the book:

“This book is crude and offensive. I cannot recommend it to anyone.”
-Rudyard Kipling

-Mark Twain

“This book really changed my life!”
-Earnest Hemingway

“I read this entire book in one sitting. Rarely have I wasted my time in such a profound manner. I will never get those precious hours back. He made a few good points, though.”
-Benjamin Franklin

“E pluribus unum.”
-Julius Caesar

“Accolades for this monumental work of genius continue to pour in from all sorts of unbelievable sources!”
-Swami Pranayomama

“My editor told me to change these testimonials, because they have nothing to do with the book itself. So I fired her.”
-Swami Pranayomama