Secrets for Success and Happiness from the Wisdom of the Ages
“The book is amazing, and I found myself taking notes before the first chapter even began. This book is full of wisdom and is beautifully written in a way that makes it relatable to everyone. It took me awhile to read through because I was note-taking and such. It will be on my shelf and in my ‘to read’ pile for years to come!! Love it!”
– Marisa Slusarcyk for Rogue-Reviews
“Real definitions of love and happiness are provided in a blend of proverbs and analysis that will delight those thinkers who want a lively discourse of possibilities and alternative visions.”
– D. Donovan, Senior Book Reviewer for Midwest Book Review
“For readers who are looking for tranquility to savor their daily lives, this book will give them the clarity to move forward. Emotional and spiritual maturity depend on how one looks at and how one handles daily life. There are many tips on how to handle life, despite the hardships, losses and disappointments, and always be smiling.”
– Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite
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Things are not as they seem
We live in a world of endless contradictions. Work vs. family. Money vs. fulfillment. Desires vs. obligations. The body vs. the spirit. We rely on conventional wisdom to point us forward. But conventional wisdom gets it wrong more often than we imagine.
Open this book and celebrate the marriage between the greatest collection of verbal images in history — King Solomon’s Book of Proverbs — and the most famous visual image in the world — Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
Find tranquility in the midst of conflict
Develop attitudes that deepen relationships
Gain clarity through times of darkness and confusion
Decrease cynicism and find joy in the daily miracles that fill our lives
Take a guided tour beneath the surface of the world we live in through the lens of news stories, historical vignettes, folktales, the wonders of nature, and the discoveries of science — all woven together in a lyrical and surprising medley of the human experience.
Researchers have no explanation why people, when blindfolded, can’t walk a straight line; but what is it about human nature that makes us wander in circles? What does former NYC Mayor Bloomberg’s plan to ease Manhattan traffic with “congestion pricing” reveal about the way we make decisions? What can fig harvesting, migraine headaches, and two Miss America titleholders teach us about the underpinnings of emotional well-being?
The answers to 3000 years of questions are here, revealed for every seeker of truth and self-awareness in the language of our modern era. Guided by the wisdom of Solomon and the mysteries of the Mona Lisa, learn how to find tranquility in the midst of chaos, how to savor the moments of everyday life, and how to resolve the paradoxes of the human heart.