Abraham Lincoln once said: “Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” Man is the maker of his happiness. He makes his own weather, determines the colour of the skies in the emotional universe which he inhabits. He can, by a creative effort, bring such sun-light to his soul that it makes radiant whatever events may come his way. He can, on the other hand, permit himself to slump into a state of inner depression and gloom. The Art of Living Joyfully is not like any other book on happy living. It does not pretend to offer the reader a remedy for every difficulty, as human minds and human lives being peculiarly individual need separate treatment and guidance. Besides, there is no such thing as absolute happiness on earth: the nearest approach to it is contentment. However, the reader will closely follow its line of thought and action, help himself to live his life more happily than he had done hitherto.
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Conquering the Mind
Writing as an experienced, friendly coach, Easwaran explains how we can train the mind not just during meditation but through out the day. Working with difficult colleagues, choosing what to eat, and listening to a child's needs are all opportunities to dry out different, wiser responses.
The Steve Jobs way
This book gives the reader the opportunity to see Steve Jobs as only his closest associates have ever seen him and to learn what has made him and the mystique of his management style; capable of creating tools so extraordinary that they have remade three industries and have transformed the way we create, consume and communicate with each other.
Treasuring life: Befriending Death
Treasuring life: Befriending Death. Written for anyone age seventeen or over, Treasuring life: Befriending Death: encourages the reader to live each day to the fullest and to see '''suffering love'' as something every human being experiences, Death is presented as a natural event along life's journey, not something to be feared.