A few weeks ago while following this woman's updates on facebook, I was introduced to this amazing "little" (as in only 153 pages) book by Andy Andrews. I began to read it just before bed, thinking I would read for a few minutes and by 2:00 a.m. I was closing the book on the last page.
Interesting. Inspiring. Dynamic.
From the flyleaf:
"Your chance to regroup, take a breath, and begin your life again awaits in the simple wisdom and heartwarming story of a man names Jones."
As much as I enjoyed the book, the philosophy and the many quotable phrases, there was something "off" about this book...for me. I believe in the unseen and the possible. I believe in the "could it be, might it be" of life. I know I don't have all the answers and I know that I will never have all the answers. It does come back to perspective, the running theme of this book. Even with my "questioning" and finding something "off" about this, I still recommend the read. What I question, you might not. But I do believe in perspective and how looking at life with a different lens can make all the difference in the world.