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I dedicate this book to you… in honor of your unseen efforts to triumph over each problem life sends your way. Tina Turner, one of the world’s most beloved performers, reveals the joyful wisdom behind her inspirational life story in this powerful guide to finding happiness, hope, and love in your own life. In "Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good," I dedicate this book to you… in honor of your unseen efforts to triumph over each problem life sends your way. Tina Turner, one of the world’s most beloved performers, reveals the joyful wisdom behind her inspirational life story in this powerful guide to finding happiness, hope, and love in your own life. In "Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good," Tina shows how all of us can overcome life’s obstacles—even change the impossible to possible—and transform our lives. She explains how we, too, can realize our dreams, empowering us with spiritual tools and sage advice to enrich our unique paths. For decades, Tina Turner has shined brightly as an example of someone who can generate hope from nothing, break through all limitations, and achieve success that endures. Drawing on the lessons of her own experiences—rising out of sorrowful lows to stratospheric heights—Tina illuminates the practical principles of Buddhism and how, since 1973, they’ve helped her elevate from despair, adversity, and poverty to joy, stability, and prosperity. Now, Tina offers the wisdom gained throughout her extraordinary life in "Happiness Becomes You," making this the perfect gift of inspiration for you and those you love. “Each of us is born, I believe, with a unique mission, a purpose in life that only we can fulfill. We are linked by a shared responsibility: to help our human family grow kinder and happier.” — from the Introduction


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I dedicate this book to you… in honor of your unseen efforts to triumph over each problem life sends your way. Tina Turner, one of the world’s most beloved performers, reveals the joyful wisdom behind her inspirational life story in this powerful guide to finding happiness, hope, and love in your own life. In "Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good," I dedicate this book to you… in honor of your unseen efforts to triumph over each problem life sends your way. Tina Turner, one of the world’s most beloved performers, reveals the joyful wisdom behind her inspirational life story in this powerful guide to finding happiness, hope, and love in your own life. In "Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good," Tina shows how all of us can overcome life’s obstacles—even change the impossible to possible—and transform our lives. She explains how we, too, can realize our dreams, empowering us with spiritual tools and sage advice to enrich our unique paths. For decades, Tina Turner has shined brightly as an example of someone who can generate hope from nothing, break through all limitations, and achieve success that endures. Drawing on the lessons of her own experiences—rising out of sorrowful lows to stratospheric heights—Tina illuminates the practical principles of Buddhism and how, since 1973, they’ve helped her elevate from despair, adversity, and poverty to joy, stability, and prosperity. Now, Tina offers the wisdom gained throughout her extraordinary life in "Happiness Becomes You," making this the perfect gift of inspiration for you and those you love. “Each of us is born, I believe, with a unique mission, a purpose in life that only we can fulfill. We are linked by a shared responsibility: to help our human family grow kinder and happier.” — from the Introduction

30 review for Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good

  1. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Franklin

    This book is already life-changing, I can feel it. I was thinking I'd just start reading it when I received it in the mail yesterday and then finish later, but I literally couldn't put it down! I'm going to re-read it many times, I am certain. There is so much amazingly good, deep yet easily understandable material here about how to improve life, to see things more clearly, to be happier. It's really a masterpiece of inspiration. This book is already life-changing, I can feel it. I was thinking I'd just start reading it when I received it in the mail yesterday and then finish later, but I literally couldn't put it down! I'm going to re-read it many times, I am certain. There is so much amazingly good, deep yet easily understandable material here about how to improve life, to see things more clearly, to be happier. It's really a masterpiece of inspiration.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Hailey

    Tina Turner is the queen of hope, the queen of inspiration, as well as the queen of rock n roll. This book is uplifting and emotional, deeply personal, and a pure joy to read. I've already been incorporating Tina's wisdom into my daily life and I'm happier for it. I'll be referring to her words over and over for motivation and clarity. Love the great and rare photos of Tina in it too. This book is a treasure! Tina Turner is the queen of hope, the queen of inspiration, as well as the queen of rock n roll. This book is uplifting and emotional, deeply personal, and a pure joy to read. I've already been incorporating Tina's wisdom into my daily life and I'm happier for it. I'll be referring to her words over and over for motivation and clarity. Love the great and rare photos of Tina in it too. This book is a treasure!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Diane Law

    I love Tina Turner - her strength and her energy. This book is her own account of how embracing Buddhism helped her to meet the many challenges she has faced in her life and turn 'poison to medicine '. I love Tina Turner - her strength and her energy. This book is her own account of how embracing Buddhism helped her to meet the many challenges she has faced in her life and turn 'poison to medicine '.

  4. 5 out of 5

    CJ

    Love everything about this book. One of the best books of wisdom and inspiration I've ever read. Tina's life is incredibly motivational and the way she describes the personal details of her inner-most thoughts and how she changed and overcame so many challenges... it's just amazingly inspirational! All love for this book and have already purchased more copies to give away for the holidays for my loved ones. Love everything about this book. One of the best books of wisdom and inspiration I've ever read. Tina's life is incredibly motivational and the way she describes the personal details of her inner-most thoughts and how she changed and overcame so many challenges... it's just amazingly inspirational! All love for this book and have already purchased more copies to give away for the holidays for my loved ones.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Uchimura

    I never thought I'd find myself writing this, but it's 2020 and I've been spiritually enlightened by Tina Turner. You can feel her energy throughout and I didn't feel a strong push to any one religion. It's very much Tina and her life journey, and it made me really happy to read how she's found the strength to remain positive whatever happens and use that to bring happiness to everyone around her and beyond. I never thought I'd find myself writing this, but it's 2020 and I've been spiritually enlightened by Tina Turner. You can feel her energy throughout and I didn't feel a strong push to any one religion. It's very much Tina and her life journey, and it made me really happy to read how she's found the strength to remain positive whatever happens and use that to bring happiness to everyone around her and beyond.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Serg Jovanski

    Great book to start the New Year! Pearls of wisdom from the queen of hope herself. No one can encourage you the way Tina does, and this book is the her at her best. Pure light and love on every page. Been re-reading it and finding even greater meaning in it the second time around. Thank you Tina!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    Fantastically inspiring memoir from the queen of rock, who is really the queen of heart. Every single page is a punch of positivity! Tina gets deeply personal in this book, and really opens up about how she got through the worst of times and also how she stays grounded in the best of times. I've got so many pages dogeared and so many places highlighted. This book is overflowing with goodness. Fantastically inspiring memoir from the queen of rock, who is really the queen of heart. Every single page is a punch of positivity! Tina gets deeply personal in this book, and really opens up about how she got through the worst of times and also how she stays grounded in the best of times. I've got so many pages dogeared and so many places highlighted. This book is overflowing with goodness.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Beautifully written book offering positivity, hope and inspiration.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Misti M.

    This beautifully crafted book is like a hero's "origin story" of Tina Turner. It has already changed my life for the better. Tina opens up her heart so beautifully and shares things she's never talked about publicly before. She also explains parts of her well-known life story in a new light, from the perspective of her inner, private world. It's brilliantly written, weaving scenes from Tina's life with profound yet easy to grasp concepts that could help anyone live a happier life. Love the color This beautifully crafted book is like a hero's "origin story" of Tina Turner. It has already changed my life for the better. Tina opens up her heart so beautifully and shares things she's never talked about publicly before. She also explains parts of her well-known life story in a new light, from the perspective of her inner, private world. It's brilliantly written, weaving scenes from Tina's life with profound yet easy to grasp concepts that could help anyone live a happier life. Love the color page accents and photos too.

  10. 5 out of 5

    S.J. Smith

    I've read all of Tina's books and this one, Happiness Becomes You, is by far my favorite. She reveals so many fascinating things about her process of overcoming obstacles and transforming negativity into positivity. As I read each page I felt like she's giving the world such important information! I've underlined and highlighted so many parts of my book, I'm sure I'll be going back to refer to the wisdom in this book for years to come. I also enjoy the photos of Tina, most of which I've never se I've read all of Tina's books and this one, Happiness Becomes You, is by far my favorite. She reveals so many fascinating things about her process of overcoming obstacles and transforming negativity into positivity. As I read each page I felt like she's giving the world such important information! I've underlined and highlighted so many parts of my book, I'm sure I'll be going back to refer to the wisdom in this book for years to come. I also enjoy the photos of Tina, most of which I've never seen before, especially the ones in her home.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Carol Watson Gandy

    I just Love TINA. Tina brings to the world her life experiences, and how they in reality impact each of us. She---like multitudes of millions of women---have Enjoyed the BEST OF TIMES---and she has had the COURAGE AND THE STRENGTH TO ENDURE IN THE WORST OF TIMES. It is called LIFE. YOU DON'T GET TO PICK YOUR PARENTS---YOU DO GET TO PICK YOUR HUSBAND(s) YOUR CHILDREN MAY SOMETIMES DISAPPOINT YOU---and it adds up to LIVING IN THE REAL WORLD AND SURVIVING, WHILE SEARCHING FOR THE ANSWERS TO GET IT I just Love TINA. Tina brings to the world her life experiences, and how they in reality impact each of us. She---like multitudes of millions of women---have Enjoyed the BEST OF TIMES---and she has had the COURAGE AND THE STRENGTH TO ENDURE IN THE WORST OF TIMES. It is called LIFE. YOU DON'T GET TO PICK YOUR PARENTS---YOU DO GET TO PICK YOUR HUSBAND(s) YOUR CHILDREN MAY SOMETIMES DISAPPOINT YOU---and it adds up to LIVING IN THE REAL WORLD AND SURVIVING, WHILE SEARCHING FOR THE ANSWERS TO GET IT RIGHT! LOVE YOU, TINA---YOU HAVE STILL GOT IT GOING ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO GIRL! Marsha Carol Watson Gandy

  12. 4 out of 5

    James Buckley

    Tina Turner, Bodhisattva Tina Turner is a true warrior of worldwide renown whose experience of overcoming abuse to become one of humanity's most famous solo performers is well known and documented, but not everyone knows about her deeply personal spiritual journey. In this book, Tina gives us an intimate glimpse into the practices that have grounded her for nearly half a century, helped her turn poison to medicine, and guided her toward becoming her truest and best self. Tina Turner, Bodhisattva Tina Turner is a true warrior of worldwide renown whose experience of overcoming abuse to become one of humanity's most famous solo performers is well known and documented, but not everyone knows about her deeply personal spiritual journey. In this book, Tina gives us an intimate glimpse into the practices that have grounded her for nearly half a century, helped her turn poison to medicine, and guided her toward becoming her truest and best self.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    This was the perfect read to kick off 2021!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Holla

    Excellent book in all ways. I rarely use terms like "life-changing" but I would definitely say this book contains life-changing wisdom. I believe it could even help the most pessimistic and jaded person feel optimistic and happier, that's the power of Tina Turner's life. The way she weaves philosophical material with her personal, intimate stories is really wonderful. Excellent book in all ways. I rarely use terms like "life-changing" but I would definitely say this book contains life-changing wisdom. I believe it could even help the most pessimistic and jaded person feel optimistic and happier, that's the power of Tina Turner's life. The way she weaves philosophical material with her personal, intimate stories is really wonderful.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mike Mann

    5 stars = Everyone who reads/listens to this will benefit. Honest and open account of her spiritual life and Buddhist practice. It is full of love and compassion and encouragement for everyone. As Tina writes in her closing: “Please never give up! Keep on making the impossible possible, turning poison into medicine so you may become truly happy, because happiness becomes you forever.”

  16. 5 out of 5

    Julie K

    I've been a Tina fan for as long as I can remember. This book is "Simply The Best", I LOVE THIS BOOK. Tina provides a thoughtful, detailed, and inspiring guide for life. She tells how she learned these life lessons and viewpoints throughout her life, how it helped her get through her struggles, and then translates how anyone can apply these same principles to our own lives. Very well organized, clearly written, complete with selected quotes and pictures. The book is easy to read, is personally s I've been a Tina fan for as long as I can remember. This book is "Simply The Best", I LOVE THIS BOOK. Tina provides a thoughtful, detailed, and inspiring guide for life. She tells how she learned these life lessons and viewpoints throughout her life, how it helped her get through her struggles, and then translates how anyone can apply these same principles to our own lives. Very well organized, clearly written, complete with selected quotes and pictures. The book is easy to read, is personally sized, and is perfect for anyone who wants some tips and fresh viewpoints how they can improve their own lives. Everyone from every walk of life, young or old, with any beliefs or religion, can enjoy this book. I'm going to buy a few more copies and give to some friends/family for a holiday gift. One of the best books I've read in a long time. I love this book!!

  17. 5 out of 5

    peppersocks

    Reflections and lessons learned: “Changing the scenery doesn’t mean changing the script...” Everything is relative of course, but this is a person that it’s hard not to listen to after the life she’s lead, and battles that have been overcome - awe inspiring in so many ways. Interesting to hear an influential take on Buddhism too and the positivity found in chanting. I’m not someone that would listen to her music weekly necessarily, but what a powerhouse that is able to talk about healing and forgi Reflections and lessons learned: “Changing the scenery doesn’t mean changing the script...” Everything is relative of course, but this is a person that it’s hard not to listen to after the life she’s lead, and battles that have been overcome - awe inspiring in so many ways. Interesting to hear an influential take on Buddhism too and the positivity found in chanting. I’m not someone that would listen to her music weekly necessarily, but what a powerhouse that is able to talk about healing and forgiveness in the face of adversity on a world stage. Rolling on a mighty river forward, turning poison into medicine - truly inspirational and perfectly timed release for help and guidance

  18. 4 out of 5

    Donna Hines

    So let us begin shall we... I've chased after this book since September 17 2020 via Netgalley. I've tried more than a few times to find a 'free copy' but couldn't so I had no choice but to wait till my local libraries received it. Luckily that day finally arrived as I'm huge fan of Tina Turner because her life is similar to mine in the fact that she experienced abuse, grew up in a toxic environment, and forged her own path while raising a family and having a supportive career. The key here is the l So let us begin shall we... I've chased after this book since September 17 2020 via Netgalley. I've tried more than a few times to find a 'free copy' but couldn't so I had no choice but to wait till my local libraries received it. Luckily that day finally arrived as I'm huge fan of Tina Turner because her life is similar to mine in the fact that she experienced abuse, grew up in a toxic environment, and forged her own path while raising a family and having a supportive career. The key here is the latter-SUPPORT! It's no secret you need a loving supportive structure -an inner circle of friends- a group who values your worth as much as you value their friendships. This is just the first step because no matter how positive and cheerful you are things don't just happen via luck. I've prayed, I've begged, I've put myself out there and with each turn I've been turned away and it makes me wonder had Tina written this in the moment of her struggles her views and experiences would've been much different. Hindsight is twenty-twenty and her life in Zurich with her new found love and success after so many trial and tribulations including her most recent stroke is inspiration to us all. However, we can't get anywhere if we stay locked in the past. We've all had our ups and downs but it's difficult to excel when every door that opens is met with hostility, anger, and ,disregard for human life. We now live in a nation in which it's the hooray for me the hell with you theory. I've tried so damn long to pull out of this spinning wheel of lost hope. The one in which you become long term unemployed after 20 yrs of raising kids. The one in which you're told to suck it up buttercup we all have problems. The one in which you're told you deserved the abuse or worse you never experienced what you experienced as denied by your own siblings. You must know your interpretation of how you were treated is your right to own. Do not let anyone take your experiences and beliefs and try to cover them up. You have a right to feel how you feel. You are enough. You are loved by God. Yes, I agree we all have our talents. We were born with everything we need to be successful. It's that definition of happiness and success that I would ask one define in their own terms. You can be just as successful in life raising a family as you are holding down a 9-5 job. So, when you might think that child rearing, volunteering, or simply donating books daily to promote reading is insignificant it is not. The ultimate goal is to be happy in whatever form that comes to you. If you're happy doing it then by all means continue. This book showcases much of her life in a nut shell of struggles, hardships, and yet the courage and tenacity to move forward no matter the storm. Weathering the storm is the key for life. How you choose to do such will determine your true happiness. When people tell you that you can't do something - turn up the volume- and blow it out of the water. I'm thrilled I was finally able to read this short memoir of her life and ultimately this inspirational work because I admire this lovely lady. My dream was to always one day meet her and OPRAH but it never came to be. Perhaps this book added some closure for me in that respect because being in extreme poverty, having been tossed to the curb with three kids after divorcing, unable to secure employment after 20 yrs of raising a family with the latter ten being turned down at every step isn't so bad after all. Life is what you make of it and we can only all hope and pray that lucky break comes again be it in the form of Buddhism, chanting, meditating, yoga, or whatever higher calling power you use. Karma be damned! God Bless xoxo

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tiyasha Chaudhury

    Review to come 🤍

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rita CO

    Clearest explanation of this type of Buddhism that I have found. Great read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gary Parkes

    Wonderful, uplifting book! Tina is simply the best!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ben Cela

    Tina Turner is the closest we will ever get to seeing a perfect person.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jake Goodman

    Love everything about this book, from Tina's personal stories as a child all the way to present day (can't believe she's 81!!) and from the beautiful layout and interior color, photo section, and even the glossary and back matter are amazing. This book helps me feel hopeful and more positive. Love everything about this book, from Tina's personal stories as a child all the way to present day (can't believe she's 81!!) and from the beautiful layout and interior color, photo section, and even the glossary and back matter are amazing. This book helps me feel hopeful and more positive.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Elaina

    I needed a truly joyful read to end this maddening year and this book was it. It was a such an intimate look into the spiritual practice of a true legend. It is a beautiful reminder that with commitment and intention tomorrow can be better.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Letecia

    Very inspiring. Tina is a remarkable woman.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ginna

    What a positive, inspiring book. Tina Turner: new voice of spiritual wisdom (for me - she’s been chanting since 1973). Yes, reader, I listened to this twice. Quite an inspiration as we start the lunar new year. Like the Iron Ox, let’s trudge doggedly (oxily?) toward our higher selves.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Nally

    Part memoir, part “chanting improved my life”. It’s a relatively short read, not bad, there’s nothing earth shattering in it.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Corie Palm

    A beautiful word by a true queen. Humble and enlightening. Thank you for sharing your journey.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Siobhan

    This is a good book if you want to start chanting and be inspired by how it helped a person in their life or if you need hope that you too can get out of difficult and or abusive situations. Perhaps reading her words you won't feel as alone. While I believe in meditation, chanting and many aspects of buddhism the one I have had the most issue with over the years was the philosophy of karma. It doesn't sit well with me no matter how anyone says it or that I am supposed to feel happier or more emp This is a good book if you want to start chanting and be inspired by how it helped a person in their life or if you need hope that you too can get out of difficult and or abusive situations. Perhaps reading her words you won't feel as alone. While I believe in meditation, chanting and many aspects of buddhism the one I have had the most issue with over the years was the philosophy of karma. It doesn't sit well with me no matter how anyone says it or that I am supposed to feel happier or more empowered by the idea even if Tina Turner herself is preaching it. I generally believe people could do and be better and I set higher expectations for myself. But the idea of that we will all have good lives if we can learn to be perfect doesn't sit right or make sense to me. Human beings by their nature will make mistakes. I just don't believe that we can do anything to avoid another persons issues and abuse other than to keep ourselves occupied and stay out of their way. But we get to know people and don't really know who they are until later when a situation may bring it out. Does that mean that we never really liked or believed in ourselves? Does that really link up with events done in the past? And...doesn't all this talk of the past with karma take us out of the present? With all the talk about everything we have done being the cause of the events in out present it is like the idea is that nothing new happens. Nothing by happenstance. We don't ever cross anyone's path for any reason in the present moment but some distant lifetime somewhere in the murky past. If life is spontaneous then how does that work if everything is planned out? When we are experiencing a lot of hell in this life in what way does that redeem past mistakes from another lifetime we don't remember? And how does it redeem us especially if the abuse in this lifetime that we experience is causing so much damage that we only become more lost as is the case for the majority of people? Just how much shit are we supposed to take? I believe in chanting and in studying Buddhism through the words of the right writer or speaker. But I also believe in questioning everything. In all the years I have been studying Buddhism I have never come to a place where I can see the beliefs of karma and enlightenment as good things for people. At best they cause ignorance and a waste of time. Or maybe some steps forward all while the ego is getting puffed up with importance. At worst they usually lead to people becoming power hungry and abusive. Basically the beliefs of karma and enlightenment are useless and unneeded aspects of the spiritual path. People would do better leaving these ideas behind and spend more time focusing on spiritual writings and scriptures as well as practices, holding oneself accountable. Enlightenment to people is too often in a far flung future. And karma is the past. Neither of which helps a person to be present here, now in this lifetime. It offers the empty promise which is only an illusion that humanhood can be ultimately transcended to where we aren't human anymore. That we can escape human torment. Yes we can grow beyond a great many things and reduce suffering. But what comes is what comes. And no amount of chanting or being a perfect buddha will stop bad from happening to people no matter how they are labeled, good or bad. I love Tina Turner, her words and intent with this book. But there were aspects besides the selling of ideas such as karma and enlightenment that turned me off and sounded rather showy at times which I was disappointed by. It is obvious in between the lines of her words that she is still a little girl who can never get enough of being seen as special, good or worthy. But I have seen it countless times in "spiritual" people I have known who are not even celebrities where they feel the need to draw your attention to all of their special and spiritual capabilities. Just about everyone carries the "special" complex so why wouldn't a celebrity? It takes a lot in life to humble a person and despite all of what has happened in her life I don't see that. As far as Buddhism books go there are clearer and more in depth ones out there that go beyond one chant. I don't believe one chant will save me or anyone no matter how much the chanting is committed to. It is an exercise in awareness and concentration which won't necessarily guide a person to being more able to work through difficult feelings and situations or promise a life of peace. Peace can be found while chanting but it doesn't turn us into something that isn't messily human in all of our messy emotions. Life will happen whether we chant or not and we will likely be ignorant of ourselves and many things whether we chant the "right" mantra or not.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Title: Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life Author: Tina Turner Read by: Adrienne Warren with chanting by Tina Turner Publisher: Simon & Shuster Audio Length: Approximately 4 hours and 39 minutes Source: Review Copy from Simon & Shuster Audio. Thank-you! I have enjoyed Tina Turner’s music my entire life and was very happy to review her new book. Tina Turner was born Anna Mae Bullock in Tennessee. She had a hard upbringing with first her mother and then her father abandoning her to be Title: Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life Author: Tina Turner Read by: Adrienne Warren with chanting by Tina Turner Publisher: Simon & Shuster Audio Length: Approximately 4 hours and 39 minutes Source: Review Copy from Simon & Shuster Audio. Thank-you! I have enjoyed Tina Turner’s music my entire life and was very happy to review her new book. Tina Turner was born Anna Mae Bullock in Tennessee. She had a hard upbringing with first her mother and then her father abandoning her to be brought up by grandparents and other family members. She met Ike Turner while still a teenager and became a star, but behind the scenes she was living on the edge with constant abuse from Ike. She had been raised an indifferent Baptist, and it wasn’t until the 1970’s that she discovered Buddhism. She started to chant and pray every day and learn more about the religion. It brought her inner peace although she has still had trials and tribulations due to her health and the suicide of her son. Happiness Becomes You is Tina’s story as she explains her Buddhist beliefs and how they helped her to change “poison to medicine.” She explains how the reader can use these ideas for finding happiness in their own lives. I found this audiobook to be very inspirational. Turner has experienced a lot in her life, but she was able to find her inner peace and move forward. I love that she shared this experience with the world through her book. Adrienne Warren narrated the audiobook and did a fine job. I will admit though, that I especially loved getting to hear Turner’s voice as she chanted at the end of the audiobook. It was beautiful. I didn’t know that much about Buddhism and thought it was very interesting to learn more about it. I love that each chapter started with a list of inspiration quotes from a wide array of people including such figures as Maya Angelou and Pope Francis. I also enjoyed the afterword which had statements from a variety of people talking about how much Tina Turner meant to them. Overall, Happiness Becomes You is a timely book that gives insight into Tina Turner’s life, but also insight on how we call all work on achieving happiness in our own lives. This review was first posted on my blog at: https://lauragerold.blogspot.com/2021...

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