Author(s): Sanjiv Chopra
'The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.' Mark Twain Are you happy? Do you know your life's purpose? The search for happiness is hardwired in our DNA. It transcends age, gender, geography, vocation, and personal circumstances. Most people spend their lives on a quest for happiness that is long lasting, but the journey is often thwarted by short-term pleasures and dead ends. Ancient philosophers and modern scientists agree that the best way to be happy is to live a purpose-driven life. In The Two Most Important Days, Dr. Sanjiv Chopra and Gina Vild present powerful and practical steps that show you how to discover your life's singular purpose and follow it with passion. They share their personal wisdom and explore the power of gratitude, forgiveness, music, meditation, friendship, yoga, and so much more. Through captivating stories, scientific studies, exercises for children and adults, and poetry that will inspire, this book is a map to finding your purpose. It is also a spark that will light a flame of sustained happiness, joy, love, and bliss.
Sage, succinct and easy-to-follow advice on how to live healthierThe Big Five are evidence based, easy to do, and critically important for a happy, healthy future.Sanjiv Chopra masterfully weaves threads of wisdom into a wonderful tapestry of inspiration that will energize and motivate the head and heart to action. His book is a must readfascinating - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY on Sanjiv and Deepak Chopra's BROTHERHOODa remarkable journey - KIRKUS REVIEWS on Sanjiv and Deepak Chopra's BROTHERHOOD
Sanjiv Chopra (Author) Dr Sanjiv Chopra is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is also the James Tullis Firm Chief in the Department of Medicine and a Senior Consultant in Hepatology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Dr Chopra has authored more than 150 articles and seven books including bestsellers THE BIG FIVE and, with his brother Deepak Chopra, BROTHERHOOD.Gina Vild (Author) Gina Vild has worked for more than 25 years in leadership positions at Harvard Medical School, MIT, Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Office of Governor Richard F. Celeste. Her experience ranges from communications to strategic planning, government relations, and marketing.