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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Life Goes On No Matter What by Rovshan Abdullaoglu is a compelling book in the area of motivational psychology, one that should be read, thought about, and used to create perspective in life. It arms readers with the tools to carry on with life, face adversity and challenges successfully, and transform painful situations into meaningful experiences. The book contains a powerful premise: just being alive isn’t easy. But the author states that it is not an excuse to give in. We must follow the ebb and flow of life, and he shows creative ways to transform our lives into something beautiful and enjoyable.
Introducing the concept of “figure-ground,” Rovshan Abdullaoglu provides reflections that will alter the way most of us look at life. The author debunks the myth of difficulty, explaining that it is a word invented by lazy people. Readers will understand why it is important to shift focus, unravel and dissociate from negative beliefs communicated to us by our environment, and face problems with composure. From understanding psychological trauma and spiritual trauma to finding inner freedom and healing through the art of letting go; to discerning the contradictions in our nature and reconciling with reality, the author invites readers to become architects of the lives they want to live.
This book is well-written, packed with wisdom and insights. I have a series of quotes I had to write down because they spoke powerfully to me, for example: “There is one and only one reason that anything gets done or doesn’t, and that reason is us.” Another insight to explore is the one that postulates how negative thoughts spring from our physical origins and positive thoughts from our spiritual ones. Life Goes On No Matter What is packed with wisdom for readers to unfold, and one that teaches us how to value life and give it meaning.