You Can Live Life Beautifully

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    This book is first an anti-dependence book, which means it is meant to break negative dependence and build positive strengths for everyday life. Neither is it about the ‘feel good as you read’ that many books claim to offer. It is meant to provide stable long-lasting solutions, not quick-fixes, in most cases arising in our everyday lives.

    This book is a short journey during which You would be able to throw off some of your biggest constraints in living. Simply speaking, it is about learning to be happy from the simple secrets life unveils. The book touches upon and explores certain deep secrets behind our life. These are common to us all and are being brought out here in form of this book.

    One such simple secret is: We got to be happy at the beginning of things and pursuits, not at the end. So, this book helps You achieve this simple, yet difficult to achieve task in your everyday life. The outcome is for each one of us to cherish as a personal, invaluable experience.

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    Number of Pages: 120
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9788192461991
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    Listed in: Coping with personal problems
    Publisher: Authorzilla

    Books by Silvi Kurian

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