Simple Abundance is a book that will help every woman discover her true self and create a unique life out of it. Sarah Breathnach gives you the inspiration to satisfy your spiritual needs, accept the truths life sometimes gives you and learn from its lessons, so you can make every day worth living.
Neil Pasricha reveals some unconventional concepts and changes your perception of every aspect of life. From not taking advice, to getting past the myth of multitasking and retirement, this book will transform your life into one that is more fulfilling, and definitely happier than ever before.
Existing is not the same as living — this is the epitome of Anna Quindlen’s eloquent work in this book. When she lost her mother at 19, she realized that death was an important reminder that the days of our lives are numbered. So we have no time to take for granted, and must make every moment count.
In 1930, revolutionary philosopher Bertrand Russell studied the causes of unhappiness in the world, despite better accessibility to apparent sources of joy. Almost a century later, his discoveries still stand true. What he shares in this book is timeless advice to make your life better and give you happiness in every imaginable way.
In a unique, spiritually uplifting style, Voskamp shows you how she discovered the art of living a fulfilling life. Unlike other writers who undermine the impact of life’s downturns, she addresses them directly and inspires you to be grateful despite it all, as well as to feel God’s presence amidst the everyday demands of life.
Dalai Lama is known for his positive aura, constant happiness and contagious smile. Even his presence alone is enough to bring smiles to other people’s faces. In The Art of Happiness, he shares the secret to this joy and steers us towards happiness that doesn’t get affected by the tragedies and uncertainties of life.
In his genial style of writing, Andrew Matthews illustrates the truest secrets of happiness, that is applicable to people across age groups. Whether you are a teenager, a retired grandparent or a working adult, Matthews’ principles will add color to your life and make it happier and more
Matthieu Ricard combines his personal experiences and knowledge from poetry, philosophy and Buddhism to provide a complete handbook for a happier life. Your happiness has to be your top priority. Forsaking it for money, power or fitness will only trick you into temporary moments of “feeling good.” In Happiness, Ricard changes your perspective on life and opens your eyes to the reality of being happy.
Barbara Ann Kipfer started her list of things to be happy about when she was a child. Now, her fully compiled and revised book has 14,000 such things. From scrabble games and baby burps to cupcakes with sugar sprinkles and 20 minutes of seclusion, this book has the key to painting a smile across your face.
Professional psychologist Jeffrey Joe Miller offers five steps to give you mental peace and maintain a harmony between your mind and your body. His guidance will mold you into a better and stronger individual who is able to cope with life’s uncertainties and experience an undying contentment with it.