Today's review is of The Little Red Book of Wisdom, (Revised Edition 2011, Thomas Nelson) by Mark DeMoss. He writes about how his Christian faith helps in his home life, work life and social life. His faith has helped and guided him in every decision that he has ever made. Regardless if there was some kind of loss for him. Mark DeMoss speaks a lot about the influences in his life, such as his father and how they way that he lived his life guides Mark to this day.
My take away from this book is about how God's message can lead you where you need to be in any aspect of life. Whether your not sure of where you need to be or what you should do next.
This book was interesting to me because I like to see all sides, from every aspect of life. This includes all faiths and spirituality's. Even if your not a Christian there are messages that everyone can take away. From, looking up to older people for their wisdom, to valuing your employees and rewarding them for their hard work and dedication.
I would recommend this book to anyone regardless of religious belief because of the general message of being kind to others. Having honest business transactions. The message of doing what you love in regard to your career path. If you work hard, all the good things like success and money will follow. We may not all be millionaires but we should be happy and feel like were making a difference when we leave work behind for the day.
I give The Little Red Book of Wisdom 3.5 out of 5.
I received this book free through the BookSneeze.com book review blogger program. These are my opinions of this book. I do not have any personal biased or judgements against or for the author.
Song of the Day: Somewhere Out There - Our Lady Peace, A Decade, 2006, Sony BMG Music (Canada) INC. Click here to watch the video of Somewhere Out There. (Links may not work in all countries.)
Till next time,