After a heart attack nearly kills him, a high-powered lawyer treks to India and leaving all his possessions including his ferrari to learn how to live a more meaningful life. Months later, he returns to the West and recounts the story of seven principles and practices that can help anyone experience true happiness.
Frankly, I'm not really into motivational or self help books. But, this is just the right one for me. It's simple, fun to read, great story, informative, but most important it really makes me feel motivated. I just can't stop reading it, because the way the author, Sharma telling the story is excellent. Though, it is a motivational book, "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari", is a very light reading yet the contents is great This is one of the greatest books that I ever read. It changes my way of thinking and mind setting. I highly recommend all the readers out there who haven't read this book yet to pick it up and read. I can cross my finger that you won't regret it. And yes, I'm satisfied with this book. It's gorgeous!!
"Every event has a purpose and every setback its lesson. Failure is essential to personal expansion."
"Self mastery and the consistent care of one’s mind, body and soul are essential to finding one’s highest self and living one’s dreams."
"The secret of happiness: find out what you truly love to do and then direct all your energy towards doing it."
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