eng Ritu Rao: A Boost for Self-Confidence
At first reading this book you get a feeling of too deeply frozen 'instant guide to happiness' there are although right things all the way. But after some ten pages of the text I am getting inspired and starting to mark highlights as well as sending screenshot of meditation to a friend who does it every single morning.
Congratulations, you with timestamp unfortunate American for using the marking (2013-04-23). I know and have daily since the turn of millennium everywhere used still better: 20130423.
Reading chapter 7 I am really getting fascinated. Although quite recently boasting to somebody suggesting to me that I should give serious consideration on the future of humanity: continuing the present way to hell or for hope of something better, yes boasting: why an instant to thoughts about future at this age of 78, when there is no such thing as the future, better to concentrate on today, carpe diem, to he'll with the future.
In spite of the taste of instant guide this text is really fascinating. Hope to keep in mind what it says: it is up to you to 'Make Your Days Interesting, Get Unstuck and Beat the Daily Grind' as the subheading of the bookdwarf self-consciously says. Even returning to this text with table of contents in the wrong end you would not lose anything, but on the contrary: gain for the benefit of self conscience and perhaps a fresh start for a troubled mind.
By the way, I cannot get rid of wondering: is the author he or she until I get the answer neatly in a blurb talking of her. Still the name irritates me: what is her origin? A Finn? As the first name hints to.