The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari

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The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari

The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari

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Expressing gratitude daily plants the seed within yourself that each day is sacred. The richer the relationship you build around you, the more abundance comes your way. Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said: "Do not belittle any good deed, even meeting your brother with a cheerful face." Narrated by Muslim Personally, I find these virtues true, yielding, and very practical. Although they may seem basic and foolish, they hold the true potential for purposeful living.

The entire book focuses on living an authentic life and finding our own selves. The power of authenticity explains the strengths, weaknesses and the deep seated unseen hopes within us. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, is the story of a highly sought litigator, Julian Mantle, who turned Monk. His high flying career was put to a halt after a heart failure while he was representing in the court. He was left with two choices — ending his career or ending his life. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrarimight just be another self-help book for some people, but it remains one of my favourite life-changing books because of the effect it had on me, and I’m grateful for it. If you need the motivation to start living a well-rounded life, then this book is a must-read for you.

This reminds me a bit of The Miracle Morning, but it’s more than that. You can see it extends way beyond your morning but that’s the whole point. A good morning leads to a good day, which, ultimately, leads to a good life. Lesson 3: Selflessly serve others and you’ll be better off yourself.

Later in the story, the sumo collapses but then reawakens to the smell of beautiful, yellow roses. These roses represent another virtue, the idea of selflessly serving others. It’s beautifully summarized in this ancient, Chinese proverb: What I liked most about this book is the idea of traveling. He went to some of the cities I plan to visit too someday - Paris, Barcelona, Buenos Aires!. But the important message it furnished me was to live a simple and happy life through facing your fears and doing what you love best which eventually benefit not only you, but the people around you as well.Easy, big fella! I couldn't agree with you more," offered Julian with all the warth and patience of a wise, loving grandfather. I cannot afford to make all the mistakes and waste my time on them. So I thought I better learn from the mistakes others made which they regret the most, well I cannot say they're real or not, most probably maybe, but I am learning some basic ways to avoid personal calamities and fix things while I can and before I make them worse.) How do you savor life to the fullest and not waste a single moment of your time? By reminding yourself that today could very well be your last day. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is a self-help book. It gives life essential lessons. At fifty-three, Julian realizes he has much to accomplish in life.

Ask yourself, what’s the point of climbing the steps of success if you have missed the first steps of your own kids? As an example of the large number of habits in every virtue, here are the ones I have listed for the first virtue, Master your mind:Success cannot be pursued; success ensues. It flows as the unintended by-product of efforts concentrated in the direction of a worthy cause.” 4. Live with discipline



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