GOAL OF LIFE

Sonali With Her Grandparents GOAL OF LIFE

This book is meant to provoke healthy discussion amongst parents, grand-parents, guardians and children. A healthy dialogue will raise awareness about the ultimate goal of our lives. It is our hearty wish that more and more people will introduce this book in the lives. It is our hope that this book will help imbibe a rich inner living in the lives of the readers and thereby be a source of great joy and happy living for everyone in the world.
LOVE, BATUK

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ADJUST EVERYWHERE FOR HAPPINESS

We are presenting this series with topics that are very important in our lives for happiness. We like to bring out issues that occur in our daily lives and provide tools which will benefit all for rich inner living (i.e. to be blissful). We have found that ‘Adjust Everywhere for happiness’ is an excellent tool for mindfulness, leading to one’s own inner happiness and will be very useful in our lives, so we are sharing with everyone.

During the course of a day in our daily lives we often react mechanically. In some instances this causes unhappiness, stress or tension. We want to provide tools to avoid this unpleasantness so that we can control our lives to be happy in all circumstances.
LOVE, BATUK

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9 CODES OF CONDUCT FOR HAPPINESS

Dear Grandparents, Parents, Guardians, and Children,

We wish you all lots of love and happiness.

We are presenting this series with topics that are very important in our lives for happiness. We like to bring out issues that occur in our daily lives and provide tools which will benefit all for rich inner living (i.e. to be blissful). There are many literatures these days which says that if you have very strong desires based on sincerity and morality and concentrate on them in the form of thoughts and decisions, you will achieve them. We have found that ‘9 Codes of Conduct for Happiness’ will be very useful in our lives to achieve happiness and we will be able to grow in spirituality.

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AVOID CLASHES - A TOOL FOR DAILY HAPPINESS

Dear Grandparents, Parents, Guardians, and Children,

We wish you all lots of love and happiness.

We are presenting this series with topics that are very important in our lives for happiness. We like to bring out issues that occur in our daily lives and provide tools that will benefit all for rich inner living (i.e., to be blissful). We have found that ‘Avoid Clashes-A Tool for Daily Happiness’ is an excellent tool for mindfulness, leading to one’s own inner happiness and will be very useful in our lives, so we are sharing this tool with everyone.

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Reviews

AVOID CLASHES – A TOOL FOR DAILY HAPPINESS

  • Jean-Paul Torres, Spanish teacher, Brooklyn Technical High School, New York City. This book is a reading gem containing lifelong lessons because the reader is invited to instill in children’s personal values that will help them become positive changing agents of society. Most importantly, within this literary treasure lies the secret that can help the reader gain inner peace, self-confidence and how to deal with others.

    Jean-Paul Torres
  • Haxia Torres, Science Teacher, Hubbard Middle School, Plainfield, New Jersey. In today’s society, children are constantly barraged with negativity especially at school and in the media, but a beam of light is hidden within this literary treasure waiting to be discovered and used by the reader so we all can become proficient in human relations including parents, grandparents, friends, teachers, and strangers.Read More

    Haxia Torres
  • Mrs. Cassie Monaco, 3rd Grade Teacher, The Swain School, Allentown, PA. Avoid Clashes: A Tool for Daily Happiness! is both enjoyable to read and an excellent teaching tool. Children can easily relate to the content and will find it applicable in their daily lives. It teaches tolerance and acceptance of others’ viewpoints, and points out that a disagreement is not worth taking away your own happiness or the happiness of others- valuable insights for people of all ages!

    Mrs. Cassie Monaco

GOAL OF LIFE

Here is what some distinguished people in the field of education and psychology is saying about this book:

  • I found this book to embody the powerful relationship between children and their grandparents in character building for happiness. The relationship depicted addresses the wisdom, comfort, and stability of these relationships, while commenting on the reality of the “grandparent influence” and its relevance in the raising of children in and out of the United States. Poignant lessons are touched upon that can be very helpful to children, parents, and guardians in a reader friendly manner, and I look forward to hearing more from Sonali and her grandparents.
    Rakhee Gonela, Psy.D.,Clinical Children Psychologist

    Rakhee Gonela
  • As an Independent school educator, I believe this book contains meaningful messages within the text and illustrations. It provides important character education content needed in our schools for our students. Most important to me is that it provided thoughtful global and cultural concepts that will help children learn the importance of understanding our differences, and from that understanding throughout their lives to be happy.
    Todd Stansbery, Head of School, The Swain School

    Todd Stansbery
  • Such diligence and thought has been put into the process of this book! And…such valuable concepts for all ages. Can’t help thinking that many adults could benefit from a “refresher course” in meaningful living by reading a piece of literature such as this book!!”
    Glenda Akers, Pre-Kindergarten Teacher, The Swain School, Allentown, PA.

    Glenda Akers

ADJUST  EVERYWHERE  for Happiness

  • Ruth Ann Haussmann, Lower School Director/School Counselor, The Swain School, Allentown, PA –Adjust Everywhere contains valuable messages for both children and adults.  The concept that everyone has different viewpoints and that we need to try to see things from others’ point of view is so meaningful. As Gradfather says in the book,“…understanding each other is very important.”

    Ruth Ann Haussmann
  • D.O., Program Director, Presence Resurrection Medical Center, Family Medicine Residency Program.is a Physician and a mother of two young children. I’m always searching for ways to teach kids the most important values of living a good life. In my opinion, it’s vital for children to learn early on about humility, kindness and that “what’s on the inside is SO much more important than what ison the outside!”This book illustrates those values in a fun, relatable way using the relationship of a loving grandfather. I have enjoyed reading these books to my kids, Kagan and Kassidy, and will continue to recommend the books of Big-Eyed Children to others!

    Dr. Stacey Nickoloff
  • First Grade Teacher, The Swain School, Allentown, PA – I love the idea of inner peace and trying to see things from other’s point of view. As an educator of young children, I feel these values are important messages to convey to children. I feel this story has done a wonderful job to bring the concept to a level that children can understand and relate. The book provides many examples and tools to allow children to choose the best way to adjust to a variety of situations. It is a beautiful message for all ages! Thank you for sharing your amazing stories with me and my class!

    Mrs. Abby Monahan
  • School Counselor, The Swain School, Allentown, PA – 9 Codes of Conduct for Happiness, teaches principles we all should aspire to live by. The idea that you become what your intentions are resounds throughout the book. Adults and children alike should aspire to principles such as respecting other’s beliefs, respecting those you learn from, and using only kind language. As Sonali says, “These are wonderful tools for a win-win situation, to be happy and make others happy.”

    Ruth Ann Haussmann

9 Codes of Conduct for Happiness

  • Associate Program Dean of the Doctoral Clinical Psychology Program at the American Schools of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Southern California.These stories are delightful for children to read and re-read. They are unique in that they help to teach the core values of being human. These stories are a wonderful way for children to understand themselves and also understand others through the optic of acceptance and compassion. It is my belief that these stories will allow children to grow and help them to engage with the world with great care and kindness. In a world that is often times quite turbulent, these books can help guide children to become more mindful, which is an essential skill for happiness.

    Bina Parekh, Ph.D.
  • Second Grade Teacher, The Swain School, Allentown, PA – 9 Codes of Conduct for Happiness is an inspirational piece of literature. Adults will find great value in reading themselves and reflecting on their own intentions as well as sharing with children to encourage a life path towards true happiness for oneself and those surrounding them.

    Mrs.Carol Scerbo

Other Reviews

  • For a small book it covers a lot of ground, though a children’s book it helps parents, grandparents and teachers. The message of goal of life is universal, positive thoughts and actions can certainly bring about a rewarding change in every life and help solve most of the everyday problems.

    The book also offers a blueprint for living a richer happy harmonious life through golden keys such as : live in the present, enjoy what one has, share, be humble, be positive, accept others with different viewpoints, adjust in all situations and pray. A must have book for today’s challenging world.

    Prakash Desai
  • I thought it had a lot of good lessons for any ages. It was full of good common sense practices for everyone to learn or refresh themselves.

    However, the one thing I found most interesting was your use of the words Happy and Happiness. I read your book twice and the second time I read it I noticed something. I am not sure if it was done intentionally or not but Happy and Happiness were used a total of 29 times out of 27 story pages. I think that is what everyone is trying to achieve. Some are more successful in being happy than others. I think it is also fitting that our Declaration of Independence says all humans are given inalienable rights by their Creator to ‘Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness’ I think your book is a good road map for achieving happiness.
    Doug Miller from Budget Blinds.

    Doug Miller
  • I think the message was strong and is important for students to hear. I find that we often don’t hear enough commentary about being positive and looking at the glass half-full; instead, the world is full of negativity. In fact, my talk to the students today was about this, and I thought of the important message of your book.
    Andrew J. Katz Associate Head of School for Academics, The Swain School, 1100 S. 24th St., Allentown, PA 18103

    Andrew J. Katz
  • I found this book a really good read for people of all ages. This book literally teaches what a person should generally want to accomplish mentally and physically in their life. It addresses wisdom, morality, sincerity, responsibility, patience and many other valuable concepts that a person should have. This book is fantastic for children and it teaches them in how to build their character to obtain happiness in life. This book has taught me to be sincere and never treat others in a way that I wouldn’t want to be treated.

    Anasha Kapasi
  • It is a nice book. It was on the goal of life of not hurting and about saying nice things. A girl was saying mean things to her friends and family, so her baa told her that being hateful comes from the inside first then you say mean words and finally they start going physical and pushing. Baa says, “If your mind wanders during studying then just push that thought aside and focus on studying, so you can’t think of ways to be meaner.” If a person is being rude to you or another person, you should set aside your differences and be friends again. You should not focus on the negative things about people, you should be happy for them when they do something good even though you might not like it.

    Arnav Kapasi