Book: The Seven Recurring Questions of Life by John J. Gallagher & Margot Mauricecategories: Book, Problem Solving, Personal Growth, Better Life Choises, Better Life, Personal Happiness, Positive Thinking
John J. Gallagherabout this book: The Seven Recurring Questions of Life is a book written by Margot Maurice & John Gallagher about the benefits of positive thinking & a positive approach in general throughout life. It shows how the same question presents a new answer in each decade of life.
The authors see life in 10 year bites & display how recurring questions are really quite different when we encounter them at the varying stages of our lives.
The book has resulted from the collective life experiences of the authors & have been experienced through seminars the couple has conducted over the years benefiting many people who have attended.
It wasn't difficult to find a name for the book as the seven questions that occur throughout our lives made the selection obvious.
Much discussion between us unearthed many personal episodes at varying decades which made the selection of what to put in the book easy.
We researched many aspects such as the information on the Hunzas & also the part about biorhythms which often account for some decisions we make particularly if that decision has been made at the wrong biorhythmical time.
We advise readers to do the tasks mentioned so they can find that the advise works.
We say to readers "Stay positive as it makes life much easier."
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