Free Will and Personal Choice: Keys to Happiness

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Author SM Chung provides insightful life lessons, advice in new book

"It's My Choice" by SM Chung

It was only after considerable time, I began to see situations, concepts and people in a different way as I strove to answer the wherefores and discovered that I had a big part in answering my own questions.

Living in a world filled with constant pressure, stress and demands, it is sometimes difficult to see personal choice and free will in our lives. However, according to author SM Chung, recognizing personal choice and free will in all situations is paramount to personal happiness.

“It’s My Choice” helps to remind readers of their personal choices and free will. Filled with positive and practical messages throughout the book, Chung walks readers through her own experiences and journey taking back control over her life.

Chung thoroughly examined her life after having an out-of-body experience during a coronary angiogram. This examination led Chung to find answers to questions from childhood to now of who, why, where, when and how.

“It was only after considerable time, I began to see situations, concepts and people in a different way as I strove to answer the wherefores and discovered that I had a big part in answering my own questions. Choices in my life I had to own up to, a lesson in self-responsibility,” Chung said. “During this process, I have come to believe in free will, God’s unconditional gift to all, enabling us to choose and although at times we feel we do not have a choice, we do, for that, too, is a choice.”

Written in the style of a Hawaiian “talk story”, “It’s My Choice,” is the perfect balance between a memoir and a personal mentor as you take back control over your life.

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“It’s My Choice”
By: SM Chung
ISBN: 978-1-4251-9248-8
Available in softcover ($16.24) and e-book ($3.99)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Trafford Publishing

About the author

SM Chung has over 50 years of experience working in the health care system. After having an out-of-body experience, Chung began looking back at her life and questioning her purpose. Through looking back on her life, reading and gut instinct, Chung learned the valuable answers. Now retired, and living in Hawaii, Chung has written her first book “It’s My Choice,” sharing these valuable lessons with others.

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