I am on my second reading of the book The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. Bought two years ago, the significance of the book is now more important to me than ever. I have not gone through any life altering change as dramatic as the protagonist in this script, but I revel in the theme of self-discovery.
The themes are clichéd at best. We hear them everyday from different sources. Take time to smell the roses, focus on things that make you happy, channel your energies to do good, are but a few of the positive values imparted by the author. As I read, I am re-acquainted with a part of me that was dormant for some time. I guess you can say, when you have so much to do for so many people, you get lost in the process. Stepping away from the obligations if at all possible and for a short duration, does a lot to distill your mind’s eye. Things appear brighter and the world around you takes on new meaning.
The story of this high-stakes lawyer is impactful, certainly on my second time reading. Small changes will yield large results in concert with what you want for your future. But you will have to be patient with yourself and the pace at which change comes. To achieve the successes we dream of, our health and wellness is critical to attaining established goals. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari reminds us of the simple lessons in life.
If you are looking to do something more with your life, or seeking you seek a little help in sticking to your scripted resolutions, make The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, part of your stash of books to read in 2014.
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Copyright Suzette Henry-Campbell 2014