The sun peeped over the mountain and through the trees as if to see what I was doing, its light falling gently at my feet. I was sitting in my lounge chair sipping on a coffee. I was
reading Donald Neviaser's new book: The Inner View.
Page after page of insights and lessons. Page after page of "I-must-remember-that-one"s and "That's-exactly-right!"s. Somewhere,
while I was soaking it all up, Jacqui made me another coffee, Brandon watched another video and the sun decided I wasn't going to play, so it went on to look for another distraction. It must have been around
midmorning I finally put down the book. Jacqui walked past and asked me what I thought. I simply said - "You really should read it for yourself".
Donald has managed to do three incredible things:
- He has managed to take some of life's most pertinent insights, and make them meaningful
- He has categorised them into sections of his book for easy reference
- He has written The Inner View so that it can be enjoyed as an easy-to-read book, or left on the coffee table as an everyday reminder of what it is to truly live.
I encourage you to have a read of this book. Read it end-to-end and let it soak in. Then leave it out somewhere so that every day you walk past it, pick it up and
let it fall open - there will be a lesson for you on that day. Not a book to bury in your bookshelf!