Larry Gross Shares Lessons For Happiness In New Book
Larry Gross calls himself, ‘just a regular person who wants to live in a world that is more peaceful and less stressful.’ He is someone who has learned early in his life that money isn’t necessarily the currency for buying happiness, and he has taken on a large project to teach others the same lesson.
In his newly released book, “The Leisure Consultant’s Guide to Happiness” he shares some changes he has made in behaviors, attitudes and routines to find his own inner peace, contentment and happiness in everyday life.
It is an easy-to-read book with chapters on topics like ‘living in the moment’, ‘if it isn’t fun, don’t do it’ and ‘spend time in nature.’ They are simple reminders that every day is new opportunity for finding joy.
“I have heard it said, ‘Do what you love and the money will follow.’ I don’t know if that’s true or not. What I do know, however, is that when I am doing something I love, I am happy,” he wrote.
Larry shared a personal story of how holding in resentment toward his aunt and uncle caused him to have pent up anger for many months. When he let go of those hurt feelings, he slipped an anniversary card in their mailbox and was happy to see them at their next meeting. “When you are able to forgive, not only do you release bad feelings from your body, you allow the feelings of love to flow into yourself and out to others.”
I think it is pretty obvious that this book is written by a man who has learned quite a lot about appreciating life and living for the day. The book is available at Amazon.com.