This companion to the classic If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him! takes us on a spiritual search for inner peace with daily universal reflections.
From renowned psychotherapist, philosopher, and risktaker Sheldon Koop, Blues Ain’t Nothing But a Good Soul Feeling Bad lyrically explores the uncertainties that plague us all. With insight and accessible writing, this remarkable book guides us to look inwardly and find the answers to questions such as:
-How do I find a self of my own? -Where am I in my life? -Who am I in my world? -Where do I go from here?
Challenging and provocative, Blues Ain’t Nothing But a Good Soul Feeling Bad helps us face our flaws and learn to accept and love all that we are.
Dr. Sheldon B. Kopp (1929–1999) was a psychotherapist and teacher of psychotherapy in Washington, DC. His writing was published in Psychology Today, American Journal of Psychotherapy, and many others. He was the author of Blues Ain’t Nothing But a Good Soul Feeling Bad, Guru, The Hanged Man, and If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him!