Are you wondering how to defeat day-to-day anxiety, failure, anger, and discouragement? Author Nafeez Imtiaz shares specific strategies for coping with the life it throws at you. Learn to allow healthy living principles to determine your self-worth. This book inspires readers to live life to the fullest. It will bridge the gap between people of various backgrounds, helping them embrace the joy of living. When our brain is happy, it has the power to change everything. We can achieve more of what we want in our careers and relationships. The secret of happiness is at our fingertips. This book brings hope to an uncertain world. Author Nafeez Imtiaz combines the talents of compelling narrative nonfiction with cogent discussion on what one can do to combat despair and find joy. The author also shares how rewiring our brain for happiness helps us achieve more in work and life. It teaches us to use mindfulness meditation to increase our positivity and find a lasting sense of fulfillment.
Author of “The Slums of Nightfall,” William Wright, Jr. has penned another accomplished book of prose. ‘Rhythms of the Eternal Uprising,’ is a deeply reflective collection; the subject matter very relevant and timely. The reader will be carried away by the artful way in which the pieces flow from one to the next; however, it is the content which is compelling and reminiscent of what it is to live in precarious times.The poet speaks of lessons unlearned and revisiting the same subject matter as a society, referencing the darkest of times, when his people were, “swinging from a noose.” Making the analogy of black banners and the call to action re-awakened. “A true peddler of panic, with an arsenal of lies, home crumbles before your eyes,” draws our attention to an apathetic society, with deep seated fears, prepared to do battle and are beating their drums to this rhetoric.Throughout this book are threads of hope, springing eternal. William Wright, Jr. spars within himself to believe in the overall goodness of humanity, trying to maintain a balance between idealism and the reality of the present day. It is a call to all of us to reflect, become our better selves and harken to positive change, finding the eternal hope within us. I am moved by the moments of clarity and beauty in his method of juxtaposition between dark times and confidence that we shall at long last, learn our lesson. This is not a book to be taken lightly, for it is too precious a message to disregard.Brenda-Lee Ranta, author of Myriad of Perceptions