Do you think you could be happier? If you do, this book is for you. Get your copy now and start improving your life today!
In this work, the author shows us how to overcome the two main obstacles to happiness: attachment and anxiety. Readers will see that detachment and the ability to stop worrying are neither gifts of the chosen, nor inborn talents reserved for a few, but skills that can be learned at any moment in life, regardless of our situation. The solution is in your hands: let this book help you drop the ballast of your worries and glide smoothly through life! Don’t wait until it’s too late: it’s now or never!
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Targeted Age Group:: 12+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I started writing this book a couple of years ago with a clear intention in mind: helping people live better, happier lives. I don't promise readers will automatically achieve unlimited happiness, but, if applied, the ideas I offer in this book can help them grow, and ultimately, achieve their full potential. And, yes, I do believe my readers will be better equipped to live their life as they always wanted it to be.
Final thoughts on the future.
Death is always around us. But since we fear her company, we try by all means to distance ourselves from her, in particular by creating an imaginary buffer between us and our death. That buffer is what we call “the future.”
The future exists only in our imagination, and in that illusory interlude between our present and our death we imagine all sorts of calamities, and then we worry about them – and, since we have a tendency to fill empty spaces, the longer the interlude, the more reasons to worry we create in it. However, the opposite is also true: The shorter the interlude, the fewer calamities we can fit inside it – and to take it to its logical conclusion, if there is no interlude at all, we simply stop worrying.
Why is this so fundamental? Because in the presence of death, everything loses its importance, all our worries vanish, and we can't help but admit that the world will keep on turning without us.
Death relativizes the value of everything, so that the only absolute value left is that of life; and not of any kind of life, but of life in the present – the only life there is.
Immortality is a bore: life has value precisely because it is finite.
I myself had to face death in my early twenties in order to wake up from my anorexic daymare and start living. And ever since that day, the awareness of death is what keeps me alive. But don’t wait until you see your death before you start to live: it might be too late!
As long as we have a mind and we are alive, we have all we need to be happy in the here and now, because happiness exists only in the mind, and the expression of our mind takes place while we are alive, in the present. And that is why we should not be concerned about anything that could happen in that fantasy called “the future” – let alone about anything that could come after our death.
(…) Live the present the best you can, as death will arrive anyway; and if there is another life after this one, don’t hurry: you will eventually get there to enjoy it.
Every time you sacrifice your present happiness on the altar of an imaginary future you become your worst enemy, and on your deathbed, your conscience will judge you and declare you guilty of the worst crime you could commit against yourself: not having lived your life to the fullest. Always weigh your actions on the balance of your self-actualization, and if you find them wanting, change. Don’t wait until tomorrow, next week, or next month. Stop fooling yourself with the false hope that there’ll be a better time to change, because there will not.
Today’s the day. Seize it!
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