"While the author shook off the chains the wage-slavery society, he is much less proficent in shaking off the chains of the ideas he has about himself. The author seems to suffer from a cult of his own personality, which makes the book less about freedom and more about him defining himself. I am sorry to say that this is not "revolutionary", but quite ordinary. Having travelled and lived in India, I have seen true renounciates...of both body and mind. One star is in recognition of the courage required to live that way, and the second is in recognition that in order to live that way in a society such as ours, maybe a strong self-image/arrogance is needed. WHAT A PROFOUND MEASAGE IT WOULD BE IF IT WASN'T!"