This is a good book to read on your journey to unlock some happiness. It won’t be ‘simple’ ideas to digest for someone unfamiliar with the Christian Faith, but it will unlock some wisdom on which you can feed, as you consider ‘happiness’.
With this book David Jeremiah attempts the magnanimous task of answering the very relevant questions: “Don’t you deserve a little happiness? Why is life so frustrating? Is happiness within my reach?”
- He takes a look at history’s wisest and most successful man, King Solomon, and challenges readers to find what really matters in life. In the end he suggests: “If you thought happiness was only an empty hope, maybe you’ve simply been looking in all the wrong places.”
It is a good read, filled with practical application, real-life experience & optimism.
It is written in the context of North American affluence. As an African reader, some of the examples of ‘hard-ship’ or ‘difficulty’ seemed disconnected from a much harsher reality, but all in all I found it a good reminder of deep wisdom.
That happiness isn’t something fleeting.
That happiness is part of our Divine Creator’s plan for every human being.
That happiness isn’t ever to be found outside of relationship.
I think, at least, as you make your way through “31 Days To Happiness” you’ll uncover valuable clues for the way to the happiness you have longed for.
And that is worthwhile.
For a life without happiness, is a terrible thing.