Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with their song still in them. ~ Henry David Thoreau

I’m digging this book out again! Happy Tuesday and be kind to yourself and to others♡

stuff i tell my sister

The Art of Non-Conformity, Set Your Own Rules, Live the Life you Want and Change the World, by Christ Guillebeau

So my sister, Renae, told me about this book MONTHS ago.  The author states, “If you’re feeling stuck in something and have always believed THERE MUST BE MORE TO LIFE, this book is for you.”  I had never given much thought to the folks we deal with daily.  How many of them prevent us from succeeding more than helping us.  Through this book, if you are willing, the author will help you set goals, break through fear barriers and begin your new legacy.  I know it must sound a bit corny to read this, but if you study this book with an open mind, it can get you started in a good direction.  On the flip side, if you cannot read it open-mindedly, save your $.

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4 Responses to Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with their song still in them. ~ Henry David Thoreau

  1. Chagall says:

    There was a time in my life when I read Walden continuously – get to the end and simply begin it anew. Seriously. For what it’s worth, see about 10 or so quotes down on:
    https://www.walden.org/Library/Quotations/The_Henry_D._Thoreau_Mis-Quotation_Page

    I will definitely check out the Guillebeau book.

    Peace & Love for you – and your sister 🙂 in 2016. —CC

  2. I put it in my books list at Amazon and look forward to being able to buy it. Thanks for the recommendation! I think it’s exactly the push I need.

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