Maybe if I'd read this properly when I was younger it would have meant more to me.
But I was irritated by the constant answering of questions with another question. The writing felt overdone and overly flowery. It read like a sermon in places and I'm not a hugely religious person.
The basic message I took away from it was we are everything and everyone and we get back what we give out to the world. I could see other books that have clearly been influenced by this piece of writing - moving from topic to topic.
It was a very quick read because of the length, which surprised me because you really had to think - or unravel what he was trying to say.