Therese Tappouni’s The Promise will provoke readers to ponder the idea that, as products of a higher power, we are upon birth charged with an innate promise to our Creator that we will utilize both our own knowledge and seek the input of others in order to fulfill the obligations of our souls. This, however, is not a one-sided promise, for in return we are promised the things we need in order to fulfill those destinies. While this is an understandable and even comforting hypothesis, there will be those who dismiss this life-changing and soul-lifting premise because the author got the idea from revelations she had.
However, if readers keep an open mind they will receive an enlightening way to fulfill their destiny. By being aware enough to continue the work on our internal selves by keeping our minds open to the fact that, despite what we currently know, there is always more that we can learn in order to make our lives better. Everyone can benefit from this advice.
The Promise is an easy, pleasant read that can inspire you to improve your life by keeping your mind open to the virtual signposts along the way and following them to your true purpose and happiness. Among all of the self improvement books out there, Tappouni has created one with an original idea that can truly make your life better.