You See What You Look At: Happiness Tips For Latter-Day Saints

  • Publish Date: 2016-09-13
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Lia London
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Everyone has a unique perspective, but most of us have allowed society to program the way we process and react to the things around us. Most of us fall into very conventional patterns of what dominates our attention. The media shouts at us and tells us to focus on X, Y, and Z because they deem them important (and most likely lucrative). But the truth remains, metaphorically or literally, that we see what we look at. What we see affects what we think about and how we feel, whether were looking in the mirror, or at the news, or into the neighbors yard. Do we see the bright smile, the medical break-through, and the blooming roses? Or do we focus on the thick waist, the local crime, and the dandelions getting ready to spew seeds? Expanding our vision and adjusting our focus to see the good in the world brings joy and hope even when life seems to crumble at our feet. The trick is to trust the Lords wisdom more than our own, His perception of Reality more than our limited, microcosmic view. Oh, we say we trust Him, but if we continue with a dim outlook on the future, were fooling ourselves. Thankfully, its an easy fix once we know what to do. Written from the Latter-day Saint (Mormon) perspective, this book offers 11 practical ways to change the way you look at the world around you so that you can find more happiness in daily life.


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