"It’s up to us to suffer further with our historical baggage as we did till now or inherit new teachings … and change our fate… We as humans live our lives like drifting in a ocean for now. As luck would have it: our life course sometimes takes adventures turn on the crest of a wave, but sometimes we feel like we are drowning. This life vicissitudes we all call it fate. Moreover, as we see around not only us personally, but our families, communities, countries and the whole humanity are drifting for now. As we individually don’t know where we are going in life, that is true for presidents of our countries too. If we will ask them where our countries and the world are heading for next 100 years for sure we will get uncertain answers since they usually are focusing just on their 5 years turn. Daily we rush for happy fate but using many conversely things inside us and around to do it, usually with uncertain results. Thus, we Homo sapiens for now use our fate very unwise in personal life, our families and countries globally.
Therefore naturally we humans are desperately looking for the answers for these historical vital questions: it is the course of life or the outcome of any situation so outside of our control? Is there a universal principles by which the order of things is presumably prescribed for our life? Could we influence our fate somehow or everything is already written for us at our birth?
Dear reader, I invite you to sit down comfortably and enjoy reading this book, think, meditate and take notes about your fate. From where you come, where you are heading and where you really want you fate to lead you. Since in this book we will take an inspire journey to you inner self, get some answers for life vital questions and look to avoid usual traps in fate thus tune up “rewrite” the direction of own fate for perfection…”
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Great book. It help me in my lifeNicolae Cirpala