Sunday, December 16, 2012

Review - Changing Fate Through Reincarnation

Changing Fate Through Reincarnation
By Gerald Sze
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
Pub. Date: November 30, 2012
ISBN: 978-1938690150 
Pages: 328


A few months ago, out of the blue, I received Changing Fate Through Reincarnation in the mail. I review many books a month from authors, publicity groups, and publishers, so occasionally I forget about agreeing to review a book, but it turns out that I didn't agree to review the book at all. I received an email from Two Harbors Press's publicity a few weeks later asking me to review the book in exchange for my honest review.

Even though I'm a Christian, I do occasionally read about other religions. Changing Fate Through Reincarnation is a mix of Buddhism, Western science and Han Chinese that the author has weaved together to help others have a more meaningful life. Have you ever heard of Karma? The basic principle is that if you’re nice to others, nice things will happen to you. The premise of the book is that a person can completely change his or hers life in the present by changing the way he or she thinks and how he or she reacts to everything and everyone.

The author challenges his readers to re-evaluate your own life, become more disciplinary to every choice that you make, and become more aware of your thoughts and emotions.

I read the book with an open mind and I found the author's opinions to be more common sense, but we are so wrapped up in our technology, entertainment, and personal problems to see the truth that life can be so much better. Honestly, I didn't think I would actually like reading Changing Fate Through Reincarnation, but I found its messages to be intriguing and meaningful.

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