Life is a quest to better ourselves and the condition of our way of living, on the whole. We search for who we are, what our purpose is here for and how we can contribute to the world in order that we can realize more value in ourselves and our existence. The quest for self-improvement is a life-long process. It begins from early puberty until the day we die. Once realization sets in, the quest never ends. It doesn't mean that we have our whole lifetime to grow-up. It simply means that as we mature in years, we should see to it that we also grow in our insights about other people and the world in general so that we become less self-absorbed and more selfless, considerate and bighearted. Improving one's self and one's life is a lifestyle choice. It takes a great amount of practice and determination so that the behavior pattern or attitude becomes habit-forming. When it becomes a part of your everyday life, you'll only want to keep improving yourself and your life as the years go by. This book will give you some great words of advice on improving your life. Here's a preview of sorts: 1. Practice generosity. Be more appreciative of other people. On a daily basis, make it a point to give a kind praise to an officemate, a helping hand to forlorn friend or even give money and food to poor people. Appreciation is kindness and it will always return to you tenfold. 2. Learn to accept the things you cannot change. You cannot change everything in your life. Realize what these things are and then take them on, start working with them instead of against them.
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