Book Review: The Butterfly Effect, How Your Life Matters

Every move we make and every action we take, matters not just for us, but for all of us… and for all time.

Andy Andrews closed the Author’s Note of The Butterfly Effect, How Your Life Matters, with the above statement. I just love the profound truth in that sentence. The book can easily be tagged as one of those coffee table books. But unlike all other coffee table books, will not just give you bits and pieces of chicken soup wisdom or “thoughts for the day.” But rather to have you just sit right back and wonder what your permanent purpose of life is. If you are currently living it, encourages your to press on and if not, inspires you to begin searching for what might seem to at first be an elusive mission.

The Butterfly Effect will usher you through a slice of the American history. For a while there, it was easy to judge and maybe pinpoint the author of being a little bit self-serving. A tad too nationalistic even. But then again, I’d say, the history cannot negate itself. It happened and it is just right to praise the good things and allow for them to be sources of encouragement, whether on a personal level or even encompass a wider range like the world, perhaps.

A great message wrapped in a lovely gift book. This is what The Butterfly Effect is. No wonder Andy Andrews is a New York Times Best selling author.

Disclosure: I received this book from Thomas Nelson Publishing for review purposes. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

Book Review: The Butterfly Effect, How Your Life Matters

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