The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: Book Review

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life. This inspirational tale provides a step by step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance and joy. Julian Mantle whose life drastically changed after a major heart attack found life changing odyssey when he tried discovering the ancient culture in the Himalayas. He discovered powerful, wise and practical lessons. These odessies brought in a drastic change in his life. He not only looked divine and wise than before but his physical appearance also changed drastically. He now looked a better human being. There was a glow in his face, his skin looked fairer than ever and his body trimmed the extra fats that he had gained in his professional life. Once he discovers the ancient culture and thoughts from the sages he returns back to his country land. He meets his fellow being John who use to help him during his professional life. John is doing well in his professional career but he too is not happy about the way he’s spending his life doing nothing graceful. At this time Julian comes back and meets John. There’s a long conversation between Julian and John. And Julian imparts all his knowledge to John teaching him how to develop joyful thoughts, follow our life’s mission and calling, cultivate self-discipline and act courageously, Value time as our most important commodity, Nourish our relationships, and live fully one day at a time. This book is a wonderfully crafted fable giving us Julian’s wisdom in a nutshell and the basic mantra to lead a happy and wonderful life.
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