I just read an excellent book “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” by Robin Sharma. Can I say “Wow!”?

What a treasure that book is. Lots of good food for thought. I like books that make me think and ask questions.

“Never regret your past. Rather embrace it as the teacher that it is.”

“He started to cherish life and to see the divinity in every aspect of it.”

“Just like this cup, you seem to be full of your own ideas. And how can anymore go in…until you first empty your cup?”

“Worry drains the mind of much of its power and, sooner or later, it injures the soul.”

“The laws of nature always ensure that when one door closes another opens.”

“First of all, begin to live out of the glory of your imagination, not your memory.”

“Everything is always created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.”

“You must spend sometime every day, even if it is just a few minutes in the practice of creative envisioning. See yourself as you want to be.”

“It doesn’t matter what other people say about you. What is important is what you say to yourself.”

“Cultivate your mind – it will blossom beyond your expectations.”

“The quality of your life is determined by the quality of your thoughts.”

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