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Listening by John Frederick Freeman is a thought-provoking and engaging read that delves into the art of truly listening to others. Freeman delves into the reasons why people struggle to truly listen, including distractions and preconceived notions. He also offers practical tips and exercises to help readers improve their listening skills and develop deeper connections with those around them.

One of the standout aspects of this book is Freeman's emphasis on the importance of active listening and empathy. By putting aside our own agendas and truly focusing on what others are saying, we can build stronger relationships and avoid misunderstandings. Freeman's writing is clear and insightful, making it easy to understand the concepts he presents.

Overall, Listening is a valuable book for anyone looking to improve their communication skills and create more meaningful connections with others. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in personal development and building better relationships.

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volunteers bring you 23 recordings of Listening by John Frederick Freeman.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 20, 2022.
The poet describes a pasture in the evening.

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