You cannot live without food; all creatures in this world need it. Just like food, we cannot live without books. Books, to most people, are their salvation, the strawberry topping of the scrumptious cupcake. They are the life supply, relief, and favorite part of the day. You might be one of those who find themselves craving for a good read the same way you thirst for water. This hunger for books is the hunger caused by your passions, emotions, and needs. As you go through life, you will need nourishment—for your senses, intellect, emotions, to appease you, and satisfy your spiritual hunger. Books feed you so much more than entertainment; they take you on a journey far away, teach you something new, leave you inspired, and see things in a new light. Thus, always feed your mind and soul with great books. These are good reads that will fill you up and prepare you to take on anything in your path.
Happy for No Reason by Marci Shimoff
Am I truly happy? Is this happiness temporary? What is my definition of true happiness? These are questions we tend to ask ourselves from time to time. Marci Shimoff brings Happy for No Reason to open your eyes and rethink what makes you happy. She describes true happiness as something that comes from inside and outside, no matter the chaos and order in life or the world. Allow Shimoff to transform your expectations of happiness through this life-changing 7-step program. Successful completion of this program enables you to experience unconditional happiness in your life immediately.
Healing the Wounded Soul by Dr. Arline Westmeier
Life is filled with bumps and pitstops, which seem to be unending. It scratches and breaks us that often leaves us questioning God’s promises. These left some of us broken and unable to move forward and find purpose in our existence. Thus, they end up suffering more with less possibility of healing. Dr. Arline Westmeier will bring you back to your faith. Healing the Wounded Soul is a four-book collection with the purpose of inner healing. The first volume is about finding Ways to Inner Wholeness. The second volume is Dr. Westmeier’s book on Closing Open Doors followed by Taking Every Thought Captive and Healing Wounded Relationships. All four will bring the same feel-good learning and liberating experience.
You Are Here by Thich Nhat Hahn
We’ve been wasting a lot of time with compulsive busyness. We believe that we hustle to achieve our goals. But have a time of day to reflect, rest, and recharge. Thich Nhat Hahn’s You Are Here will help you discover the beauty of living in the present moment. This Zen monk will enlighten you to find the busyness and anxieties of daily life. With his help, you can cultivate the power of mindfulness to transform your life. Thich Nhat Hahn will teach you the way of Buddha and its essence.
The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom
Did you notice the impact of people who came and left your life? Well, Mitch Albom’s The Five People You Meet in Heaven will show you the power people hold. Everything you do and every interaction you have has an impact on someone else. The story follows 83-year-old Eddie, who tragically died due to an accident after saving a little girl. He awakes in the afterlife, and there he learns so more than he could ever imagine. This fictional story will change everything you’ve ever thought about life after death and the meaning of our lives here on earth.
Jesus Calling by Sarah Young
Do you feel as though something is lacking within you? Despite trying to have your fill with anything, there’s just this hole that you can’t fill. Jesus can only fill that hole; this is what Sarah Young’s Jesus Calling intends to do. She will help you experience a deeper relationship with Jesus, who saves you, understands you, and loves you for eternity. This is no ordinary book as this is a year-long guide to living a more peaceful and fulfilling life. Find comfort in Jesus and relish in the joys He brings in your life.