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"Pain is real. And so is loss. Sometimes it’s hard not to let the weight of what we carry–or the memory of what we’ve lost–take over. Many of us know the reality of struggle, and so many people suffer in silence. It’s hard. It’s hard not to give up when we face the repeated disappointments of life. Like some of you, I’ve known loneliness. I’ve known defeat. I’ve fallen many times chasing mirages, and broken many bones making castles in life’s fading sands. Sometimes, all it took was one solid wave to destroy what I had spent years building.
So I decided to give it a voice. All of it: the tears, the pain. And the lessons. The things I saw and learned and gained along my life path needed a voice. I wanted to give back, in hopes of helping myself and others survive. But then it wasn’t just about surviving. I didn’t just want people to survive inside their storms. I wanted people to thrive inside their storms. And so I wrote, as I walked through my own.
The words found in this book became my voice and my letter to the world. They became my deepest attempt to, not just pick myself up, but others along the way. I wrote because, just as we will fall in life, so will we rise. That’s the thing about this world. It never gives us only one kind of path. There is pain. Yes. And loss. And even darkness. But there is also light. There is hope. There is beauty.
And there is also love and happiness."
Book Review by Sara Sherzad (GoodReads Reader)
"Full of wisdom... Not just any wisdom but the sort if you posses you will need nothing else to live right. Absolutely not a one time read and absolutely not one which you could speed read because it is deep and one whom hasn't gone through similar life experiences would hardly understand. I will call it "The Book of Truth"..."
Book Review by Ayo Okubena (GoodReads Reader)
"Beautiful collection of poetry, I will always re-read this because of how amazingly empowering this is especially when going through things in life."
Book Review by Rozaini Haji (GoodReads Reader)
"To truly enjoy this book, find a quiet spot and be by yourself.
Indulge in the book.
Reflect what's in your life and how you react towards the storms in your life.
Most likely you'll find you're focusing on the wrong thing.
When things go wrong, we tend to focus on the bad part but neglecting to focus on the blessings.
The power of gratitude is, whatever you focus on, it will grow.
So, shouldn't we focus on the blessing instead?"
Book Review by Zahraa El-Kabengi (GoodReads Reader)
"What a beautiful and inspirational book. Yasmin wrote in a way reminding you of our greater purpose, God's unlimited Love and leaves you with so much hope and key advise. Absolutely loved it and it felt like it came sincerely from her heart "
Book Review by Norshafarina Faharuddin (GoodReads Reader)
"Lovely book, teaches us on how to get rid of depression, sadness, broken heart and other negative feelings by opening up your mind to the widen perspective of life and trust the love and mercy of Allah SWT to His believer. Self help book that is full of wisdom."
Book Review by Shahla Kakasur (GoodReads Reader)
"amazing, her words make you think deeper, and look at life tests in another direction, hope and sabr.. "
Book Review by Um Mohamed (GoodReads Reader)
"I really loved this book the way she sees the best in every situation.This is a book that I will turn to whenever I'm feeling depressed or just like I need a little reminder or pick me up "
Title: Love And Happiness : A Collection Of Personal Reflections and Notes
Author: Yasmin Mogahed
Publisher: FB Publishing - USA
Size: 16.4 cm x 16.6 cm x 0.9 cm
Edition Number: 1st
Year Of Publication: 2017
Weight: 0.20 kg
Yasmin Mogahed is the author of one of the best selling Islamic books Reclaim Your Heart, which has received international acclaim.
Yasmin is currently an instructor for AlMaghrib Institute, a writer for the Huffington Post, an international speaker, and an invited lecturer at Oxford, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and many other universities around the world. She received her B.S. Degree in Psychology and her Masters in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After completing her graduate work, she taught Islamic Studies and got heavily involved in community youth work. She later served as a writing instructor at Cardinal Stritch University and a staff columnist for the Islam section of InFocus News.