Book Synopsis (from the back cover)
Happiness! We all want it, but we fail to understand it. Anxiety and stress steal our happiness. Your mind can be your biggest friend or worst enemy. Are you the slave or the master of your mind? Your mind holds the secrets for success and happiness. Master your mind!
This heart-tugging and humorous parable is an easy and fun read. It expertly captures the pressures of modern life and offers you simple but deeply potent ways to be happier. Learn how to be happier and live a glorious life!
This fascinating book masterfully reveals the highest spiritual gems simply and free of religious beliefs. Read this book until the last page, and test every gem to check if it is the truth. These astounding spiritual gems can uplift your life in ways you cannot imagine!
Wake up to realize the most amazing gift the Universe has bestowed upon you! Upgrade your life so you can experience it. Do not miss out. Do not delay.
The Greatest Book on Earth?
Could an ordinary author with ordinary writing possibly create the greatest book on Earth?
Spirituality book as a story?
Many spirituality books are difficult to read. I wrote this book as an engaging story so it can hold your attention until the last page because I want you to benefit from the greatest spiritual truths.
Chapter 1: Pain
Author Book Reading
This spiritual parable begins in Las Vegas (yes, the last place you would expect for a spiritual story).
It is a highly emotional chapter, will bring tears to your eyes. It makes me cry, every time I read it.
Life is difficult, even excruciating, at times. I wish it was different.
Pain, Grief, & Guilt
Author Commentary on Chapter 1.
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult experiences in life. The cycle of guilt and regret consumes you. How do you console someone in such a situation? How do you reduce the pain?
I changed the story within “Happy Soul. Hungry Mind.” due to a real-life incident. It changed the course of the book.
Can spirituality (I don’t mean religion) help us deal with such terrible situations? Can spirituality protect us?