(I’m sorry, I’m currently editing this post. It won’t make sense as it currently is.)
I read a lot of books and every once in awhile, I’ll find a book that completely changes my life, whether it was because it changed the way I thought about an important subject or because it changed something I do on a daily basis.
Out of all the books I’ve read, there have been a few books I’ve read that have had this kind of effect on me.
However, every time I find a book that positively affects my life like this, I can’t help but wonder, why is it that no one ever told me to read that book before?
Unfortunately, this is because most people aren’t what I consider to be seekers.
A seeker is someone who actively seeks out new ideas on how to live a happy and successful life.
The problem though is that most people aren’t seekers, which is unfortunate because the greatest ideas in the world that teach us about how to live a happy and successful life are locked up in books. And these books never get read because most people aren’t seeking to read books that will improve their life. Instead, they only read books like Twilight and Harry Potter.
A book I constantly talk about is “Attached” by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller because it’s a book that has completely changed how I thought about a very important subject in life: love.
This is a book that has drastically changed my life and it’s a book that I had to seek out and find for myself.
Finding this book has really changed my life, but the only reason I was lucky enough to read it was because this book was recommended to me by someone who I consider a seeker.
I recommend you read “Attached” because I wish someone would have been a seeker and recommended it to me earlier in my life.
But in return, my question for you though is, what’s a book that has had a real lasting positive change on your life that you wish someone would have told you to read earlier in your life? I’m curious to know what you say.