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The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin S. SharmaI will review the letters one by one:
1) The Power of Authenticity: Ive been thinking about this for quite a long time. People always tend to interfere in ones life and it happens a lot of time that you do things that you dont want or like to do, or meet some people whom you dont like. Be authentic means for me removing all the peoples influences from your life. It needs courage to do so and face the consequences. On the other hand, like it or not, you are a part of big society and no one can afford to live alone so you have to consider that. For example, one need to be nice to all people even though he dont like them. It needs balancing I guess.
2) Embrace Your Fears: same goes here, one shouldnt be hindered by his fears as well as being reckless or inconsiderate. A little risk in life is like a little spices in a recipe.
3) Live With Kindness: As a Muslim, I can found all the lessons in these letters in Quran and Hadith, one just need to understand them correctly and not to escape them.
-Lets take one verse:And to Allah belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth - that He may recompense those who do evil with [the penalty of] what they have done and recompense those who do good with the best [reward](51-31)
4) Make Small Daily Progress:
-Narrated Aisha: The Prophet Muhammad was asked, What deeds are loved most by Allah? He said, The most regular constant deeds even though they may be few. He added, Dont take upon yourselves, except the deeds which are within your ability. Bukhari (Volume 8, Book 76, Number 472)
5) To Lead Your Best Life, Do Your Best Work:
-Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said:Do not belittle any good deed, even meeting your brother with a cheerful face. Narrated by Muslim
6) Choose The Influences Well: I guess this one is a very logical one and I am sure that everyone have heard many advices about people whom one should befriend with.
7) Lifes Simplest Pleasures Are Lifes Greatest Joys: I guess this simply what the Developed countries are suffering from. They ran after increasing production and therefore consumption. Fancy cars, homes and life. When they got all these stuff the discovered that all this stuff doesnt really deserve all this journey !
8) The Purpose Of Life Is To Love: As a Muslim, the purpose of my life is more than that actually. Muslims life should be centered on Allah. You can watch this lecture, it was really helpful to me: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifllgT...
9) Stand For Something Bigger Than Yourself: This something should be Heaven !
In a nutshell: This book is one of those books that are trying to give the reader a meaning since people nowadays became totally involved in their career and materialistic life. It tells a repeatedly told message. I dont think that I learned anything new, it can be just a reminder of some lessons. You only can read the last two pages that has the letters. No much to learn from the book ! There are only one interesting thing I learned about the Japanese culture; when filling the glasses for others when having a meal together, one should half-fill his own glass and wait until another one fill it for him.
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The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
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