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We all go through various kinds of experiences in life: some bring us joy and pleasures, while others bring us pain and suffering. During difficult times, we wish that life was easier and that we could go through life without any hardships or difficulties, misfortunes or tragedies. But in truth, no one can avoid adversities in life because this world is meant to be a train We all go through various kinds of experiences in life: some bring us joy and pleasures, while others bring us pain and suffering. During difficult times, we wish that life was easier and that we could go through life without any hardships or difficulties, misfortunes or tragedies. But in truth, no one can avoid adversities in life because this world is meant to be a training ground for our souls, says author Ryuho Okawa. We are born here so that we can learn lessons and achieve soul growth through various experiences. This book is not about gaining an instant success. Rather, it shows us how we can build a long-lasting foundation for our spiritual success, which we can achieve through making persistent efforts over a long period of time. When we build inner strengths this way, we can face any adversities while maintaining our calm and high aspirations. In this book, Ryuho Okawa shares his personal experiences as examples to show how we can build toughness of the heart, develop richness of the mind, and cultivate the power of perseverance. The strong mind is what we need to rise time and again, and to move forward no matter what difficulties we face in life. This book will inspire and empower you to take courage, develop a mature and cultivated heart, and achieve resilience and hardiness so that you can break through the barriers of your limits and keep winning in the battle of your life.


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We all go through various kinds of experiences in life: some bring us joy and pleasures, while others bring us pain and suffering. During difficult times, we wish that life was easier and that we could go through life without any hardships or difficulties, misfortunes or tragedies. But in truth, no one can avoid adversities in life because this world is meant to be a train We all go through various kinds of experiences in life: some bring us joy and pleasures, while others bring us pain and suffering. During difficult times, we wish that life was easier and that we could go through life without any hardships or difficulties, misfortunes or tragedies. But in truth, no one can avoid adversities in life because this world is meant to be a training ground for our souls, says author Ryuho Okawa. We are born here so that we can learn lessons and achieve soul growth through various experiences. This book is not about gaining an instant success. Rather, it shows us how we can build a long-lasting foundation for our spiritual success, which we can achieve through making persistent efforts over a long period of time. When we build inner strengths this way, we can face any adversities while maintaining our calm and high aspirations. In this book, Ryuho Okawa shares his personal experiences as examples to show how we can build toughness of the heart, develop richness of the mind, and cultivate the power of perseverance. The strong mind is what we need to rise time and again, and to move forward no matter what difficulties we face in life. This book will inspire and empower you to take courage, develop a mature and cultivated heart, and achieve resilience and hardiness so that you can break through the barriers of your limits and keep winning in the battle of your life.

44 review for The Strong Mind: The Art of Building the Inner Strength to Overcome Life's Difficulties

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amit Verma

    W This inspirational book is written by well known Japanese guru @ryuhookawa and published by @IRH books. . Author is founder of @happyscience project that helps people to lead happy and meaning life. . Mind is centre of our consciousness and being and nurturing a strong mind is biggest superpower one may possess. . Book details his biography, his struggles, his father's influence and flaws and strengths of Japanese culture. . . Author is of firm belief that we improve as we age and around fourth decade o W This inspirational book is written by well known Japanese guru @ryuhookawa and published by @IRH books. . Author is founder of @happyscience project that helps people to lead happy and meaning life. . Mind is centre of our consciousness and being and nurturing a strong mind is biggest superpower one may possess. . Book details his biography, his struggles, his father's influence and flaws and strengths of Japanese culture. . . Author is of firm belief that we improve as we age and around fourth decade our earnings as well as inner richness improves if we follow basic things. Width of topics covered is staggering and still reader gets a smooth and simple reading experience. He gives example of Famous samurai Saigo and Bush versus Algore to explain his wisdom. Time tested principles like forgiveness, duty, discipline, bravery, hope, gratitude and reflection find place in his teachings. . There is commentry on education system, autism, parenting, good business skills and happiness. I liked part saying stable mind is unshakeable like an iceberg. Good book to learn good things while enjoying simple writing. Thanks netgalley and author for review copy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I'm going to chalk up the bulk of my dislike of this book to cultural differences and being in the wrong age demographic. There were tons of "yikes" examples and other "I can't believe you went there" stuff. The chapters were short and choppy but well spaced making it easy to read even if the content missed the mark of what the title promised. I'm going to chalk up the bulk of my dislike of this book to cultural differences and being in the wrong age demographic. There were tons of "yikes" examples and other "I can't believe you went there" stuff. The chapters were short and choppy but well spaced making it easy to read even if the content missed the mark of what the title promised.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Harries

    Inspiring Reading this gives me lots to think about and points in some helpful directions. For someone going through some challenging times mentally or emotionally, maybe at the beginning of hardship, this would be a good read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Serina Spencer

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    Aman Mittal

  6. 4 out of 5

    DJ

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    I was deeply disappointed in this title. Concepts were vague, over-simplified, largely unexplored and stereotypical. I don't think that there is anything new here. I was deeply disappointed in this title. Concepts were vague, over-simplified, largely unexplored and stereotypical. I don't think that there is anything new here.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Doris Moore

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cassandra Hawkins

  10. 5 out of 5

    Hassan Todra

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dylan Elmer

  12. 4 out of 5

    Carol

  13. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    When I saw this title was available for reviewing I just clicked. The title sounded like something I would really want to work on: having a strong mind. I have read about procrastination, anxiety, stress, habit building and such, so I was really into this one, but it wasn't exactly what I expected it to be. In the first chapter, it introduces us to the idea that every 10 years we are faced with a life crisis, the following chapters focus each one on a different subject: "inner maturity", "inner r When I saw this title was available for reviewing I just clicked. The title sounded like something I would really want to work on: having a strong mind. I have read about procrastination, anxiety, stress, habit building and such, so I was really into this one, but it wasn't exactly what I expected it to be. In the first chapter, it introduces us to the idea that every 10 years we are faced with a life crisis, the following chapters focus each one on a different subject: "inner maturity", "inner richness" and finally "the power of a strong mind". It is a highly anecdotal book, from the point of view of Ryuho Okawa, founder of Happy Science (a new religious and spiritual movement, according to Wikipedia). This is a book not based on research, it feels more like listening to someone's advice on life, founded by his own believes and experiences. Most of the time the examples are too specific, meant for a Japanese way of life (with couple of them having extra explanations as footnotes) and more aimed at adults in their 40's or older than to any other demographics. All in all, this was not a self-help book meant for me: it is not scientific, I can't relate to the examples and I disagree in more than one aspect. As an anecdotal type of book, it is inspirational, interesting and with some words of wisdom, but I wouldn't add it to my bookshelf as a self-help book for building inner strength. If you are interested (or belong to) Happy Science, this book can be a great addition because it is easy and fast to read and it contains a lot of anecdotes, specially about Ryuho Okawa’s father.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andre Aiken

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    Matt Horton

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jayalakshmi Sowrirajan

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cristie Underwood

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    Katarina

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    Priya

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

  21. 5 out of 5

    T.J. Burns

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    Marek ChoronZone

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    Micielle

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    Frederick Rotzien

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    Rachella Baker

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    Kim Ellis

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    Carol

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    Porsha

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    Kristina Adams

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    Mary A.

  43. 5 out of 5

    Ronda Sizemore

  44. 4 out of 5

    Lewis Isaacs

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