From the moment I opened this book, I felt at peace when reading it, and it felt right to read this book. It felt as if I was meant to read this book, and honestly, I should have gotten my hands on it sooner than now.
Although now is better than never.
I highly recommend this book because it’s helped me accept the things I cannot change, it’s helped me not only to forgive myself but people who have caused me emotional harm in some inexplicable way in my past. I love this book because it’s guided me to finding the good in a bad situation.
In 10 chapters, the author writes reasons to find good meanings to the things that happen to you, whether it’s to accept or forgive yourself or someone you’ve had a grudge on, or to find freedom in the things that happen to you, which are hard to understand. This book helps you find the closure you need to move on with your life, to learn the lesson you’ve been meaning to learn, and to find peace in what has troubled you.
Basically, this book is explaining to you that the things that are happening in your life, whether good or bad, are to help you become the best version of yourself. It explains that every event in your life, good or bad, is to teach you a lesson.
It’s the universe was of letting you know what’s good and what’s bad for you. Like a parent scolding a child, or raising a child in general, most of the time, we try not to spoil the kid because it’s not good for them, from their perspective, they think we’re the worst human beings the planet. Well, basically, the universe is our parent and whatever they’re letting happen into our life, is to get us closer to our best selves, and to live a better life.
Whether the event is good or bad, it’s helping you connect to something in your past that you have to let go of, or something you have to do in your present for a better future.
If you’re going through something and you’re confused about why it’s happening to you, I highly recommend you to read this to help you find the answers you need for inner peace.