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15 Seconds to World Peace: An easy and practical way to create inner peace and contribute to world harmony

15 Seconds to World Peace: An easy and practical way to create inner peace and contribute to world harmony
15 Seconds to World Peace demonstrates how you can attain inner peace and, at the same time, contribute to peace in the world. You will learn an easy technique for changing your consciousness to allow peace in your life; why thoughts become things; how you can easily change your life experience; how to create improvement in our mental, physical, and spiritual well-being; scientific principles that govern change and how you can use them to accelerate our growth; how, in 15 seconds, you can change your life forever.
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About the Book
Tags: Anita Kovacevic, Blue Bookworm, Gold Bookworm, Traci Sanders
Length: 34
With a title like 15 Seconds to World Peace, one could build up some fairly high expectations. Some may look at this book and feel cheated because it didn't provide the "ultimate quick fix for world conflict" (as it seemingly promised). I look at this book and see one more way to think about the world around me, one more possible source of inspiration to consider the world in a whole new perspective, and perhaps take the time (15 seconds) to really assess MY part in the grand scheme of life.

Any time I read a nonfiction book, I try to find at least one big takeaway from it, one golden nugget that the author provided that perhaps I hadn't considered before. Every person in this world is an expert in his or her own right because they have life experiences and perceptions that no one else has.

One of my favorite lines in this book was: Life sometimes seems to be one upheaval after another until I remember my little moments of peace. My task, then, becomes learning to keep that feeling of peace in all that I do every day.

I couldn't agree more. We are each responsible for our own happiness. Motion creates emotion. When we change our physiology, we change our mindset and focus. Thoughts have power.

This sentiment is evident in this book as well: By becoming aware of how often we reflect negatively and how often we listen to the negativity of others, we can change everything. Spoken words are even more powerful than the thoughts we keep to ourselves, because they gather force when more than one of our five senses is involved.

I very much enjoyed this book. It was well written and offered some powerful thoughts in such a short writing piece. It is super short and parts of it read much like a blog post more than a book, but I commend the author for taking the time to share such a personal piece of writing to hopefully inspire people to take just 15 seconds out of the day to focus on being kinder, more thoughtful and, in summation, a better contributor to society.

If you're looking for a burst of inspiration for your day, consider this little treasure.
A cynic would grin and pass 15 Seconds to World Peace, or even pick it up just to be able to dispute its facts. But I don't want to be a cynic; I want the apparent dream in the title to be real(ized), so I decided to read it.

The author tries to explain a simple method of turning positive thinking into a normal daily routine, much like sipping your morning coffee or waiting for the traffic light to change. She honestly believes that once we do our tiny 15-second part, we are changing the world.

Let me admit the strength of my conviction is nowhere near the author's. It would be hypocrisy to claim the opposite. But I am hoping to get there, because I know, from my own life experience, that positivity and kindness will breed more positivity and kindness. Perhaps not every time, but certainly more often than negativity, which never ever produces positive results (unless you are strong enough to embrace it as a learning experience). My only regret is not hearing the author actually speak these words. She provides examples, quotes and testimonials from people she has met through her life, and that is all commendable for a self-help guide such as this, but the power and depth of the author's convictions come out strongest when she speaks from her own heart, in her own voice - you can almost hear it in your head.

So I do encourage you to give this book a go. If it creates even a spark of hope in you, it has already made an impact. And I am always up for embracing kindness and inspiring motivation. Changing the world 15 seconds at a time? Why not try?! Change for the better has been overdue for far too long.
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