Are you happy with your life just the way it is right now? Or, are you convinced that you can’t reach a state of nirvana until something (or everything) on your “wish list” materializes?
If that is your belief, the bad news is there are no guarantees that even if you work hard, do everything right and you are truly deserving of your deepest desires, they will materialize. Unfortunately, life is not perfect; nor is it fair. Having said that, the good news is that you can and should experience joy, happiness, contentment and fulfillment regardless of your present-day circumstances.
In his new book, Becoming The Happiest Human Being On The Planet: Living The Joy, Peace. Love And Freedom Driven Life, Thach JD Hoang shares his upbeat philosophy on how to take charge of, be in control of and determine the choices to make regarding how to respond to life’s uncertainties, tests and disappointments.
Written as a journal, in the form of positive affirmations, this text focuses on the premise that it’s not what you go through, but how you respond to your situation that determines how content you will be with your lot in life. In other words, what you think about is what your life will be filled with. So why not concentrate on all that’s good?
Hoang, no stranger to pain and suffering, learned, adopted and now lives this mindset. Born in Saigon, Vietnam during the war, his early life tumbled into a downward spiral escalating into what seemed like an inescapable fate. However, unlike those who’ve embraced their hardships by adopting a negative stance and a bitter approach to life, Hoang triumphed over tragedy by examining all the trials and tribulations he’s endured so far on his life’s journey and ultimately formulated, accepted and embraced a positive spin to all that was, is and will be.
Dividing his books’ material into 12 distinct chapters, Hoang delves into multiple aspects of his life including his past, present and future, his job, his purpose, his relationships, religion, his mind, body and soul, material possessions, his own death and culminates with his joy, peace, love and freedom. Providing a plethora of positive affirmations about each topic, this book offers the reader much to contemplate, consider and capture.
The information presented in its pages is life-altering, if one is open to it.
I recommend picking up a copy of The Happiest Human Being On The Planet. Read through it and start putting some of Hoang’s thoughts into practice. Even if you don’t become the most euphoric person around, your life will improve dramatically.