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DO NOT FORCE IT, TAP THE GOOD
Non-fiction that shares lessons the whole world can live by
Do Not Force it Tap the Good is more than just a self-help or inspirational book. It is different. It is contemporary, humorous, and filled with stories that will ignite your curiosity. It digs deep into things that we all ignore but lie profound in our subconscious, awaiting answers. It reveals facts about issues that directly or indirectly affect each one of us. Moreover, it also addresses these issues by suggesting several guidelines to program one to tap the good.
The material in the book is detailed and readers will easily resonate with it because it is written in such a way that will lead one from emotional ground zero to an almost sustainable climax. I am confident that you will also enjoy my critical analyses, some of which question our very existence and that of our surroundings.
More still, have you ever queried the general economic or social terms, such as “handicap” and “consumer,” by which we are referred? Did you know that they are negative terms, and have an unpleasant impact on our perceptions? This book discusses the consequences, and also suggests new positive terms to replace negative ones such as these.
What’s more, are you aware that loving oneself unconditionally is not as easy as it seems, due to the fact that we live in a world where we are constantly bombarded with negativity? This book reveals the guidelines that will both challenge and graduate you to a state of maximum self-satisfaction, if followed thoroughly.
Taken from the Introduction)…….Life, as often quoted, is a game. Some play it with bliss and excitement, and others spend it suffering and living in poverty, disease and insanity. Moreover, we are the actors of our own lives. Incarnated into this world designed as a theatre, we are intended with the will to choose what part to play and how to play it. God offers this awesome gift of life and it is up to us to act the way we deem most appropriate, until we finally depart back to wherever our souls come from. Fortunately, we are empowered with the gift of choice. We have the liberty to choose which direction to take and decisions to make. Some people do ‘act” their lives more purposefully than others. They see only possibility and enthusiastically welcome challenges as opportunities to tap the good out of the bad. They enlist everything they possess and utilize their qualities in order to come out of their discomforting situations. They end up with Oscars, fame, wealth, happiness and health. They live each day like it were their last, never giving up, upbeat, always learning and appreciating everything as a gift in whatever context it prevails, favorable or the contrary. "All That Is Gold Does Not Glitter" is a poem written by J. R. R. Tolkien for his fantasy novel; The Lord of the Rings. It alludes to an integral part of the plot. The poem reads:
All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.
The above can be summarized in a single quote; "Never judge a book by its cover." The cover is just the envelope of the package. Until you open it, and read the entire content in the book, you cannot conclude the author’s objectives. The same logic applies to life and how it reveals itself to each one of us.
Tap the Good taps some good wisdom
By Edward Brotherton - See all my reviewsThis review is from: Do not Force it, TAP THE GOOD. (Paperback)
This is a wonderful book full of little pockets of wisdom that anyone can use in our everday life. It shows how to take what appears to be the bad things that happen in our lives and really shows us how such things can be hidden blessings without the author being condensending. It shows how living a life of acceptance can lead to a happier and more fulfulling life instead of trying to force things to go our way. Highly recommend this to anyone.
Tap the Good
By Grigoryeva Yana (North Hollywood, CA United States) - See all my reviewsThis review is from: Do not Force it, TAP THE GOOD. (Paperback)
This book can be a great help for anyone on the quest for self-improvement. A simple, but powerful, wisdom, based on first-hand experience, will lead you to understanding of the great art of Positive Thinking, well known to do miracles
Life Changing book
By Marc - See all my reviewsThis review is from: Do not Force it, TAP THE GOOD. (Paperback)
This book will dry your tears, especially when no one else makes sense. It will be your best friend. It is filled with amazing tips about life. The author took time to research about her topic and came up with a master piece that will change lives. Even the generations to come, will appreciate this book. It is a print from another place. Well done author.
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Reader Reviews for "Do Not Force It, TAP THE GOOD"
|Reviewed by Jacinta M
|The book portrays what our elders, parents and societies, managed to conceal from us. It advocates for the fact that there is nothing like “bad or unfortunate, hell or heaven, away from earth” in God’s realm of things. It is all in the mind of man, and a matter of perception. I urge that although mankind has insisted upon devising a God with a whole set of moral attributes, that couldn’t be true. Moral implies conflict with immoral, God couldn’t possibly be either. God only creates without knowledge of good and evil. That dissection is but man’s making. Since each human being is a living embodiment of God, he/she has the power to create the life he/she so desires. This book will show you how to get a mind free of vampiring programs and negativity.