'How To Always Be Unhappy' offers a refreshing outlook that can help its readers recover from everyday trials and tribulations.
Oyster Bay, NY (PRWEB) September 29, 2012
Dr. Singh Books, Inc. announces the release of 'How To Always Be Unhappy', a sarcastically-named book explaining an approach to life designed to light the way to happiness ($12.95 paperback, 150 pages, ISBN-978-1-4276-3889-2).
'How To Always Be Unhappy' offers a refreshing outlook that can help its readers recover from everyday trials and tribulations. The book clearly shows how people can all be in control of their vices such as lust, greed, anger, attachment, and ego, and channel those energies in a positive way rather than have them negatively affect them and therefore their surroundings. Dr. Singh believes that happiness should come from within, because when one depends on the outside world for happiness, it is fleeting.
Utilizing a reverse-style of presentation, Dr. Singh presents each chapter of the book as the antithesis of what he believes are the mainstays of becoming a happy person. Chapter titles include “Worry About Every Little Thing”, “Hold Grudges Forever”, “Live Beyond Your Means”, and “Be Envious and Jealous”, open with paragraphs that paint the picture of the unhappy person, which further encourage the reader to appreciate and how to be happy.
“If we are always negative, sour, bitter, or grumpy, our minds become predisposed to these moods,” writes Dr. Singh. His message is that there is hope for dark times and dark moods, and this book can help lighten the load and illuminate the way.
Dr. Singh immigrated to the United States in 1973 with only eight dollars in his pocket. Although a young man at the time, his interest in writing was already strongly formed, as was his desire to write books that would be as valuable to read as they were satisfying to write. Dr. Singh’s goal is to help others learn how to be happy in their lives with unique and empowering advice, using his own life experience and success as his primary resource. Although Dr. Singh is a practicing Sikh, he has shown his deep knowledge and respect for other religions, such as Christianity and Judaism, through his writings.