In elementary, middle, high school, and college I was never read books for leisure. Throughout elementary and middle school I struggled to read as fast as everyone else. It seemed like everyone could visit a book in a week, but it took me two weeks to finish that same book. That’s when I gave up reading.
I would read textbooks because I had to, but picking up a book in my free time was not in my vocabulary. Until now. One thing I’ve noticed on the MTA (NYC subways) is that tons of people read on their way to work/destination. Seeing everyone read the hottest fiction book or a self-help book made me realize that I should I be reading too. Rather than listening to the latest tracks or scrolling through Instagram, maybe I should really educate myself.
I went to Strand Book Store, which is one of the coolest and cheapest bookstores in NYC and started looking through the millions of books that they sell. One of my friends mentioned something about The Secret, since I told her it’s been a rough transition moving to NYC. So I thought to myself, hey why not?
I started reading The Secret and could not put it down. I was so intrigued. How powerful is the Law of Attraction? Have you ever heard of the Law of Attraction? Does the Law of Attraction really change people’s lives. All of these questions ran through my head when reading the book.
I can tell you that The Secret has really changed my outcome in Life. Without revealing too much, think about how negative/positive energy effects your everyday life. Whether it’s stubbing your toe in the morning and feeling like crap the rest of the day or maybe it’s getting a check in the mail for a million dollars, you’re in control of your life.
So if you haven’t read The Secret, I definitely recommending purchasing a copy. I’m usually not one to give “book reviews” but this book was too good to not read and post about.