There is always time for inspiration! What better way to become motivated and encouraged than to read a short phrase of insightful wisdom every day?

How about a reminder to motivate you to live a more authentic life, to think differently, and perhaps change the way you view the world, your situation, or your latest endeavor?

Peter B. Roth in Notes to Self:  Inspirational Wisdom for Daily Living provides 365 snippets of wisdom compiled in one book. Read a snippet every morning before starting your day. Or, if you are not a morning person, contemplate these astute “notes” after a day at the office or before retreating for the night. Either way, you will get a small dose of spiritual enlightenment each day.

Peter’s notes are thought-provoking, scan the spectrum of the human experience, and give you inspiration to go about your day. If you love to journal, use these nuggets of wisdom daily to spur your mind and write to your heart’s content.

Here are some examples of insight from Notes to Self:

Actions speak louder than words, but motivation speaks the loudest.

Magic cannot happen without trust in the process of life.

To be clear is to overcome fear.

You love not when you hold but when you release.

I recommend Notes to Self: Inspirational Wisdom for Daily Living by Peter B. Roth to anyone who loves encouragement or loves to delve into deeper thinking about life and the world around us. This book would make a good gift or at Christmas time, the perfect stocking stuffer for your philosophically-minded friends or family.

A little bit about the author, Peter B. Roth: 

Peter B Roth headshot, author of Notes to Self: Inspirational Wisdom for Daily Living, book review

Peter is a transformational spiritual healer, teacher, writer, and entertainer.

Peter showed an interest in spirituality and well-being from an early age. Over the years he has become proficient in obtaining guidance from his intuition while employing practices from astrology, qigong, nutrition, and even humor on people who have sought his assistance in seeking well-being and living better.

Besides his e-book and his blog, Peter’s writings include his contribution to the e-book, Small Ways to Make a Big Difference, as well as his translation and commentary of the Dao De Jing.

To learn more about Peter B. Roth or to purchase Notes to Self: Inspirational Wisdom for Daily Living, visit his website PeterBRoth.com.

Posted by:Vilma Reynoso

Vilma Reynoso, aka Vilms, is a freelance writer, copywriter, lifestyle blogger, gardening aficionado, and whole food enthusiast who writes about the human experience, self-growth, living creatively, great books, veganism, and the plant-based diet. She is the author of Vegan Green Smoothies by Vilms. Her passion is to inspire others to live their best lives for a kinder, more compassionate world. To learn more about Vilma, visit her websites: www.vilmareynoso.com and www.veganspiritworldwide.com.

10 replies on “Book Review: Notes to Self: Inspirational Wisdom for Daily Living by Peter B. Roth

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