The Book of Joy by Douglas Abrams (book review)
Video Recap: If you are searching for more happiness, purpose, or fulfillment in your life, The Book of Joy by Douglas Abrams will be a good read.
One of my big goals I set for myself each year is to read 100 books.
The beauty of books is that you can take the best wisdom and life experience gained from others, and learn their top tips in a fraction of the time.
This book follows two spiritual masters...
The author, Douglas Abrams, was able to spend some time with both His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu to begin with rarely spend time with each other in person as being world leaders it's difficult to just hang out.
So when it was planned to spend extended time together, Douglas Abrams was there to capture the moments while writing a book with both of them.
The book is "The Book of Joy" and Abrams discusses how both men simply exude joy and spread it to those around them.
What does this have to do with dating?
Think about it... when a man finds purpose and happiness in his life, women want to be a part of it.
The average guy has no purpose in his life (not YOU... anyone on Team Prince is far above the average).
The average guy finds that happiness is not consistent in his life.
The average guy learns that relationships and dating are a constant source of frustration and confusion.
If you are a man that has a purpose for your life and have happiness to spread to others...
WOMEN WILL WANT TO BE A PART OF YOUR LIFE!
So - if you are interested in finding more purpose and happiness in your life, you can read The Book of Joy by Douglas Abrams
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