I combed the best-selling books on forgiveness and letting go. Use them, and you will achieve peace, happiness, and…
1. The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin
The Happiness Project uncovers a woman’s journey to happiness. This journey is based on research.
Her task was to achieve the highest levels of happiness. To do this, she used various techniques, tools, and methods. This book will help those who are unable to grasp happiness by its tail.
By the way, in the book, you will find an interesting notice that luck has many enemies. But isn’t it true that there are many people who hate happiness?
Why, for heaven’s sake, hate happiness? After all, happiness can be a wonderful tool.
Yes, I use happiness as a tool through which I strive for various wonderful goals. Yes, I don’t strive for happiness—I USE IT.
Only a few people understood. But that’s just how it is.
2. Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell
Some people say that this is the best book by Gladwell, but I don’t know if that is true since I haven’t read any of his other books. However, I do know that this book is worth paying attention to.
If you care about fame, success, and intelligence, you should read it.
Oh yes, it’s a great creation that perfectly fits on this list of the best books about letting go.
Throughout the book, he explores the role that family, culture, and friendship play in a person’s success, and how these backgrounds can either positively or negatively impact their lives. He also discusses the idea that sometimes it may be necessary to let go of the past in order to achieve great things.
3. The 5 Love Languages, by Gary Chapman
Many people have heard of this book, but is it actually good? Can I give it a rating of 5 stars? No, I cannot. In fact, I would give it 6 stars.
Reading it is easy (although not easier than my book “Happy Bastards”), and it conveys a powerful message.
The main idea of this book is that people in relationships use different languages. This means that you can communicate with your loved one not only through speaking but also through actions and… Forgive yourself and others for being who they are.
What are those five languages? If speaking the truth, some of them may be cheesy, but I especially love the language of physical touch.
“Are you talking about sex, Alex?” someone will say.
No, not exactly. Physical touch is not always about sex.
Oh yes, if you invest more time in this question, you will realize many things.
Even a small, warm touch that lasts only a second can have a huge impact on relationships. For example, I love to hold the hand of my loved person. You know what I mean. It means f*cking a lot.
4. The Book of Forgiving: The Fourfold Path for Healing Ourselves and Our World, by Desmond Tutu, Mpho Tutu
This book will help you to show two middle fingers to painful experiences and bad thoughts. I hope you are ready for this. Because reading can give more than you can imagine.
This book has many powers. It can help to understand: what are pain and forgiveness.
All its information can solve your pain in a healthy way.
Trust me; you can forgive others and yourself!
I WARN YOU: forgiveness is not for sissies. This is what the author of this book says.
Oh, the truth is that I almost forgot to share the best quote of the book: “Forgiveness is nothing less than the way we heal the world.”
5. Eat, Pray, Love, by Elizabeth Gilbert
Everyone knows this book.
You can even watch a movie based on this book.
And although the movie is a bit overwrought, Eat, Pray, Love has a good message, so I recommend reading the book.
It’s not just about leaving the past behind. It is about finding a future, how to wake up, experience new things and find hope.
This is a book that more than reading once is needed. You need at least a few times.
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