Ordinary Goodness: The Surprisingly Effortless Path to Creating a Life of Meaning and Beauty

ordinarygoodnessOrdinary Goodness: The Surprisingly Effortless Path to Creating a Life of Meaning and Beauty
By Edward Viljoen TarcherPerigee

Do you think that wherever you are, you can create meaning and beauty in your life and the world? Viljoen does.

He shares personal, heartfelt stories from folks who have done just that. He’s a New Thought minister and offers stories that exemplify the process, regardless of life’s circumstances. He provides exercises and practical tips to help readers fill their own lives with “ordinary happiness.”

Viljoen breaks the book into five parts: Ordinary Goodness, Ordinary Kindness, Ordinary Compassion, Ordinary Faith, and closes with an examination of what belief and faith mean to you. In Ordinary Goodness, readers are introduced to the idea to trust goodness in the face of life’s tragedies and then encouraged to define and re-examine their values.

At the end of each chapter, a Practice section helps readers understand that the process can be achievable and even painless. The Appendix includes Wisdom Writing Resources and Good News Resources which are worth checking out.   


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