A Book Review: Simple Secrets to a Happy Life by Luci Swindoll

Luci Swindoll’s wise truths, garnered over eighty years of joy-filled living, are Aesop’s Fables reinvented with a biblical perspective and an arsenal of personal anecdotes on how to enjoy everyday life. Whether she’s sharing a childhood memory or quoting scripture, Swindoll keeps her book approachable and relevant. Lighthearted, yet honest and direct, the author acts as a trusted friend lovingly doling out advice on how to build a life of integrity and achieve balance in a hectic world.

Organized into concise chapters, Swindoll challenges readers to apply timeless principles on relationships, attitude and integrity. Whether you’re a 20-something or a child of the 1950’s, it’s never too late to “create the kind of self you will be happy to live with all your life”. In a chapter titled “Cook Something Special for Yourself”, Swindoll quotes Wolfgang Puck. “Cooking is my kinderspiel, my child’s play. And while you are cooking, don’t forget to share and laugh. Laugh a great deal with much love, it enhances the flavor of the food.” It’s with this spirit Luci’s book of fables is written – “Work and play, but don’t forget to share and laugh, with much love. You will enhance the flavor of your life!”

This complimentary book was provided by the publisher, Thomas Nelson, through the blogger book review site BookSneeze®. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. Happy Reading!

 

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