Title: 20 Diamond Rules
Author: Ashraf Haggag
Format: Kindle Edition
Length: 118 pages
Life is like an equilibrium, composed of an equal amount of certainty and uncertainty. People who are truly successful at this experience accept the uncertainty and are equipped to deal with whatever life throws at them.
Clarifying the different areas of our lives and looking at each of them is a way we can pull our heads out of the sand and stop pondering as to why things aren’t working out for us as we had hoped.
Why do so many people feel discontent, despondent and look for answers in destructive ways when it seems they have everything going for them?
On the other hand, how can people from seemingly impossible situations rise up and lead inspiring, fulfilling lives, changing others along the way?
The answer lies in their psychology.
Happy, successful people have a certain way of thinking, they understand what’s important in their lives, what makes them feel a certain way, what fills them up with gratitude, love, peace and calm and then they go about fulfilling these basic human needs by growing and contributing to the greater society.
20 Diamond Rules for Ultimate-Well being is a tool to bring your whole life under the spotlight, into focus and from here it’s up to you to decide what needs your attention most.
In this book, you will dive through and uncover the most precious tools and facts that will support you facing the daily challenges that life brings, not only this but it will help you maintain a balanced, happy and hopefully productive life.
The book is surrounded around creating and maintaining a healthy life. The composition of the book is really impressive. Crisp and straight to the point the 20 rules are elaborated in the book in 20 different chapter each of which has its unique focus on a particular subject decoding to the readers what it really is. Each chapter beautifully ends with a few quotes by the author or by some famous personality that relate to the chapter. The chapters are well written to the point and there is not beating around the bush or unnecessary repetition of content. My personal favorite chapters from the 20 in the book were the ones related to sleep and stress. The writer has beautifully put into words what really stress is. Not just the bad side but also the good side of the stress is highlighted by the writer. He has beautifully put forth the importance of optimum level of stress. The only thing that I did not like as a reader was the feminine and masculine attributes given to the soul describing creativity as the feminine side and will power as the masculine side of soul. Apart from that, I really appreciate the contents of the book. The language used is simple and easy to understand by the readers. The point of the book too is put forth directly without unnecessarily complicating it.