The most important things in life.

What are the most important things in life? In my opinion, these are: having a clear conscience, feeling and being sure that you are an honest person, and it is also important to be honest, to have a passion for life, to enjoy everyday life, not to compete with others but with yourself. Faith, hope and love are very important, too. Sense of happiness is also important.

Some excerpts from my third book entitled “A cure for anxiety. How to work through anxiety and start living peacefully?”

In chapter one, I outline what anxiety, worry and fear are (among other things, I give their definitions). In chapter two, I describe the negative sides of living with anxieties and fears. In chapter three, I give reasons for getting rid of most (or all) fears. In chapter four, I introduce ideas related to fears and describe how to do practical exercises to 'work through' fears in order to deal with them effectively

My third book – part of the foreword.

I fear the justice of God, who after my death will judge my thoughts, words and deeds committed during my earthly life, and the sudden death of my beloved wife. Other than that, I am not afraid of anything or anyone. You may wonder: "How is this possible? After all, a so-called normal person is afraid of many things, e.g. losing a job, betrayal by a spouse, contracting a serious illness, war, etc."

Why should you read Mary Welford’s book ‘The Compassionate Mind Approach to Building Self-Confidence’?

"We live in a world that constantly urges us to judge, classify and evaluate ourselves. We get messages from everywhere that we may not be good enough." In my opinion, the modern world wants to make us believe that only achievements, titles, certificates, exams, careers, big money, etc. count. We often succumb to this world and its delusions.

Solve people’s problems – this could be your way to success.

People have all sorts of problems. One way to make money is to help people solve them. You can give people what they need. For example, you can create an innovative course to learn a foreign language, you can write a novel that interests them. What I'm writing now is not just about problems, it's about human needs.

The Fearful Future? (comments on the book “Mindfulness Plain and Simple. A Practical Guide to Inner Peace” by Oli Doyle).

"Fear of the future is seen as normal and natural part of being human, but if we pay close attention, we can see some scary, painful thoughts at the root of that fear. Without these stories, there is no fear, but if you believe those stories, you will scare yourself stiff!"