Easily read in one sitting, The Magnificent Truths book is just over 200 pages long. In a biographical form, Daniel Parmeggiani takes the reader through the journey of his life to an enlightenment all humans seek: happiness, a true and absolute contentment with one’s self. Beginning with a heart wrenching description of a distressing childhood, including tragic death, bullying, guilt, well-meaning albeit clueless adults, shrinks, doctors, etc., the author travels through a deep self analysis and eventual understanding of a fundamental human need: to feel good. This inner peace is what everyone wants, and as Parmeggiani explains, it’s the fundamental motivation for pretty much everything in life. Altruistic in nature or not, everyone has a subliminal self motivating impetus of feeling better about themselves. Interesting to see this in words. Enjoyable read. Recommended.




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