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Details of Heat 2 by Michael Mann Book

  • Book Name: Heat 2  
  • Authors: Michael Mann
  • Pages: 469
  • Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Suspense, Crime Fiction
  • Publish Date:  1994
  • Language: English

Book review:

Mr. Hill is a controversial American author who gained international acclaim for his debut novel, A Bear Stared At Me. The book describes the difficult childhood of its protagonist, Hans, and Hans' subsequent habit of staring at his neighbor's trees.

While many praised the novel for its literary merits and impeccable prose, others criticized it for its supposed lack of moral fiber. 

Some readers find the book to be a forced allegorical lesson on the nature of anger and hatred. It suggests that staring at something long enough can lead to a spiritual epiphany or even to madness. 

Although some readers find the book preachy, others have praised its meditative prose that ultimately leads readers to enlightenment.

Let Me Go Mr. Hill begins by relating the story of his own meditative experiences as a child. He relates how he used to sit in a tree as a young boy and stare at the objects in his backyard until he fell out of his tree and landed on his head. 

After this experience, he found himself in his backyard staring at a particular leaf in his backyard- and he claims that he eventually came to understand what it meant to meditate. Mr. Hill uses these memorable stories to show how anyone can learn how to meditate and can achieve similar results. 

He then goes on to relate how meditation helped him understand better than ever before the consequences of his actions. He states that staring at something long enough can alter one's perception of reality and lead to a spiritual awakening or mental breakdown.

Mr. Hill's meditation lessons continue as he relates an incident from his childhood where he encountered a neighbor boy who was worse off than himself. Apparently, this boy had no toys or clothes to play with, so he would take things from other children. 

Mr All Night Wrong stated that he fought with his sister over items she had bought for him only to discover they were not there when he got home. Hans found himself in tears as he related this story- clearly remembering every instance where this boy took items from other children without consent. 

When confronted by other children about this behavior, he would retaliate by spitting or throwing stones at them. Ultimately, his poor behavior led to him being kicked out of his family forever and living on the streets as an orphan boy. 

After reliving this traumatic childhood memory, Hans realized that stare-hardening hatred had lead him down an unfortunate path towards antisocial behavior like this boy's thieving behavior.

Through these meditative musings, Mr. Hill demonstrates how meditation can help anyone understand their past actions or motivations better or come to terms with their innermost thoughts and feelings. 

In demonstrating this lesson, Mr. Hill shows exactly how meditation has aided humankind throughout history by helping people gain inner peace and happiness through contemplation and reflection. Whether learned through meditation or not, learning to let go is an essential part of mental health any way we choose to approach it.

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