31 Days to Happiness

Don’t you deserve a little happiness?

Ever wonder . . .

Why is life so frustrating?
Is happiness within my reach?
Is it too late for me?

Dr. David Jeremiah takes a look at history’s wisest and most successful man, King Solomon, and challenges readers to find what really matters in life. Solomon tested life’s haunting questions head-on. Tasted the fullness of life’s riches. But found his answers in the last place he thought to look.

If you thought happiness was only an empty hope, maybe you've simply been looking in all the wrong places. In this book Dr. Jeremiah reveals the way to the happiness you have longed for, the never-dimming light of your fondest dreams.


  Have you ever wanted to find happiness?  I'm pretty sure we all have, right.  I think many of us spend too much time looking in all the wrong places.  This book is written in such a way that enables you to read chapter a day and in theory at the end of 31 days you will be able to see where true happiness lies.  Just a hint, it is not in the vanity of your worldly possessions.

  Everyone wants to be happy and everyone deserves to be happy, to travel this journey of life in true happiness.  This book is an easy read and even those who do not like to read much can find a little time in their day to read this book, one chapter a day and you will be that much closer to happiness.  I think everyone would benefit from reading this book.  I really enjoyed it, my brain, mind and life is so much better off now that I've read this book.  I have never been one to think that happiness lies within the things we own or have but happiness is always something I strive to have, you can never be too happy and this book will help guide you on the path to find true, lasting, happiness.  God is the answer, do you remember what the question was?

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