Thursday, February 18, 2010

Book Review: Have A Little Faith

I had been planning to get the latest inspirational book by Mitch Albom titled Have A Little Faith: A True Story since I saw the ads about this book months ago but I did not managed to get one. When we saw the book in Malaysia on one weekend, my boyfriend and I decided to compare the book's prices in Malaysia and Singapore first as Singapore might have the book sale as well during end of the year. In the end, Malaysia still sells cheaper books.

Two weeks ago, my wish was granted when I paid my boyfriend a visit. Despite missing the POPULAR's 20% promotion period, my boyfriend surprised me with my long-ever-wanted book.

I always like Mitch's writing style and all the messages hidden in his writings. Like the previous Tuesdays with Morrie, this book is absolutely recommended for high-quality reading material and excellent food for soul. I always purposely try to read good books slowly so I can enjoy them longer. However, this time around, I just could not control flipping the pages real fast.

One thing in the book that really hit me the most was about the secret of happiness by the Rabbi.

"Be satisfied"

"Be grateful"

"For what you have. For the love you receive. And for what God has given you."

"That's it"

I plan to make these as my life resolutions for 2010 and onwards. In real life, implementing these three sounded-so-simple short statements will surely not going to be as easy as they might sound. I hope I can always recall these wise accounts and keep them up in my mind.

Seriously thinking the best angle for snapping the book's picture

Thank you, Baby!

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