Manual for Living: Reality, A User’s Guide to the Meaning of Life

April 13, 2012

Book review

Chernoff deals with change and major transition, living in the “now” and so much more.

by Seth David Chernoff

By facing death as a two-time cancer survivor, Chernoff learned to experience the fullness of life and has written a genuine user’s guide to the meaning of life that offers straightforward guidance for achieving lasting happiness, overcoming fear of death and finding true purpose.

The guidance and practical wisdom will change the way you see the world and help you remain true to your path and purpose in life.

Chernoff has lived his message, and pulls no punches as he writes about the hard subjects of death, illness, fear, finding balance, our toxic environment, our perception of what is real, our finances and our need to accumulate.

He deals with change and major transition, living in the “now” and so much more.

Chernoff recommends reading a single chapter at a time as a guide to the current demands of our lives. Because the book covers so many topics that vitally concern our lives, this approach makes sense, especially if we are facing the final journey, or have a loved one who is going though a reversal or transition.

$15.95 — Spirit Scope Publishing, 6525 Gunpark Drive, Boulder, CO 80301.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 30, Number 1, February/March 2011.

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