KAILUA KONA, Hawaii (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
Happiness is a choice. Author Michael J. Vielman proves this true as he masterfully weaves a book that is written for everyone in search of happiness in How To Be Happy. This volume highlights the many things people should be thankful and grateful for in life. It teaches readers how to deal with emotions, turmoil and pains. It is a book that showcases life’s beauty and grandeur and evokes that the key to genuine happiness is contentment, faith, and God’s love.
In these pages lie the secrets of one man’s quest for happiness, and he finds it in abundance through self-realization, patience, and the recognition of God. It is inspired by all the low moments and all the past things that have occurred in one’s life, whether it is someone or something that one cared about or a situation that one could not control. If for some reason one is not happy, this book will help him/her realize all the love and beauty in the world. It will give him/her what he/she needs to feel good, to have a sense of purpose and value and to understand how important life is.
How To Be Happy is a deeply inspirational book that offers optimism and courage to readers to become resilient amidst many struggles and to always look at the brighter side of things. It poses a beautiful maxim that life is the best gift God has offered to mankind and no matter what happens God loves all his creation.
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About the Author
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Calif., Michael J. Vielman is the youngest of four. He went to Los Angeles High. Vielman is already married. He has three children and three stepchildren. He has been in food service and hospitality for thirty-five years. He moved to Hawaii in ’79 and now resides in Kona with his wife.
How To Be Happy* by Michael J. Vielman
Publication Date: April 22, 2013
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