Anyone reading this blog should know that I consider "my life" more than the sum of my physical experiences as David Barron. The journey of my basic self(spirit/soul)into intuitive knowledge and past lives is as valid as any human perception past, present or future.
The detailed artistic works of J.K. Rawlings, Stephen King, Gene Roddenberry, Isaac Asimov, George Lucas, etc, etc. seem to point in that direction.
The memories of the soul can come out as hideous nightmares or incredible hi-tech dreams.
To know a person well is to know the shape of his inner life as well as his outer appearance. In that respect, it's highly likely that Bill Clinton failed in his autobiograpy: Too many mundane external details.
What do you think? Have you read the book?
Reviews Of Bill Clinton's "My Life"