This is my book of the day.
Don't Sweat The Small Stuff by Richard Carlson.
It took little bit longer to read non-fiction book for me. Not because it's boring, but the contents is really good to be missed so I think I need to understand the book well. I'll take the good advice, but not the rest.
This book taught us not to be perfect. Since we are born with no perfection, we must accept all things unconditionally and learn to not "sweat the small stuff" that drain our energy to over-think about everything. Just do one by one and let it flow.
Of course not all things you can take it slowly, sometimes you have to be fierce too. That's why I said earlier that I'll take the good advice in uncontrolled situations. When you have too many things in mind, when you feel like people treat you bad, or maybe all things aren't going like you want. Hey, take it easy and enjoy the moment. Don't forget to grateful too!
This book is dedicated for most of people lately with so many jobs to do and wanted perfections in everything, and even easily annoyed to people who can't treat you better. There are two basic rules: 1. Don't sweat the small stuff. 2. It's all small stuff.
That's all for today. We'll see you all again soon!
Thank you for reading!
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