Love in Books

the-alchemist

I can honestly say that this book is wonderful. I truly enjoyed reading this book because as I was reading it, I was not sure where it would go with its message. I was told it was a great book and I was skeptical. Once I read the first 20 pages, I wasnt convinced the book was going to have a lasting impression on me. I decided to continue because it is not a long book and the story was sure to pick up. I didnt read any reviews of the book so I was under the impression that the main take away would be that traveling is uncertain at times but more than worth it. By the time I finished the book, I had a huge smile on my face and I was just so happy. The book conveyed such a powerful message in very few words. I had an aha moment and I was so happy for it.

This book was more than worth the price I paid for it. It reinforced my current view that life is what you make it. We can spend the entirety of our lives searching for a treasure and interpret that as gold or other monies. Real treasure is not necessarily gold. The things most valuable to us in life are the present moment we have. After reading this book my outlook on love and happiness only became stronger. We are alive in the present moment, not the past or future. Whatever we did in the past has led us to the present and what we do now in the present, leads us to the future. That means if you’re unhappy now or not feeling love, start to make the choice to be happy and start radiating love. When you make the active choice to do those two things, life instantly gets better. You reap what you sow is a saying I have heard so much during life but that is because it is true. Make the choice to live the best life you possibly can today and then take the necessary steps to achieve your goals. Once you make that commitment to do so, let me be the first to welcome you to your new life :).

Be loving and receive love fam!

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