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The Two Most Important Days

What are the two most important days in your life? "The day you are born and the day you find out why," Mark Twain famously wrote.

The search for happiness is hardwired in our DNA. It transcends age, gender, geography, vocation, and personal circumstances. But how do you achieve it?

Through inspirational storytelling, scientific evidence, practical advice, captivating exercises, and poetry, Dr. Sanjiv Chopra and Gina Vild present a powerful message that shows you how to achieve happiness no matter the challenges and stumbling blocks you face along the way. They also reveal the best way to be happy: Discover and live your life’s purpose. It’s a sure path to human flourishing. In fact, you may be surprised to learn that living with purpose can even add years to your life.

Do you know your life’s purpose? This book offers a path to discovering it by illuminating the value of gratitude, forgiveness, meditation, music, friendship and so much more. It will set you on the right path and spark sustained happiness, joy and bliss.

 
 

“Every life has its trials and tribulations. Yet you’ll find each challenge and opportunity is a touchstone to higher consciousness and leads you closer to a life of love, compassion, joy, equanimity, and self-realization. This majestic book has much wisdom to savor and practical steps to help you navigate life’s many forks. I promise it will delight!”

—Deepak Chopra

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“Sanjiv Chopra and Gina Vild have gracefully woven the wisdom of generations and recent scientific research into a delightfully practical understanding of how each of us can achieve happiness.  And, importantly, how we can share it with others--family, friends (and foes) and a world in need of joy and healing. Keep a note pad handy as you read.  You will definitely find yourself saying ‘Wow, I can do that!’ And, smiling to yourself.”

—Ambassador Richard Celeste

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“A rich tapestry made with ancient wisdom, poetry, philosophical treatises, and interlaced with cutting-edge psychology, neurobiology, and internet communication. Chopra and Vild have woven a beautiful map complete with practical guidelines for those hoping to find happiness. It is a necessary compendium for those who wonder what to do next after hearing Joseph Campbell’s advice—‘find your bliss.’ I was inspired. I had fun reading it. You should try it.”

—Sum P Lee, M.D. Ph.D, professor emeritus of Medicine, University of Washington; Dean of Medicine, University of Hong Kong, and cofounder of Center for Humanities and Medicine (2008–2013)

 
 
  Sanjiv Chopra

Sanjiv Chopra

  Gina Vild

Gina Vild