Sunday Book Review – Allow Yourself To Be A Better Person – Balroop Singh

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Today’s book review is about a wonderful book, Allow Yourself To Be A Better Person by talented and rich in wisdom, author and friend, Balroop Singh. This is a book full of wonderful inspiration and with help from the author’s guidance teaches us to be inspired with reminders of gratitude and how to erase the negativity within ourselves and live in positive light.

Allow Yourself To Be A Better Person by Balroop Singh

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Blurb:

 

Do you think you are a good person? Would you like to meet your better self? Welcome to the vast vistas that this book unravels before you by highlighting the shaded areas that could never get your attention.


Enhancement of personality is a long process, which starts only when we acknowledge the need for it. Often we detest looking at our imperfections and if somebody is professionally successful, the thought doesn’t even strike.
This book enlightens you about the goodness, which lies dormant within us till we make an effort to explore it. It exhorts you to introspect and accept natural human failings. It guides you towards the metamorphosis that could make you an endearing personality.

 

My 5 Star Review:

 

Singh shares her knowledge and wisdom with us in this book of personal growth, showing us how to develop inner stability, self-love, self-esteem and self-love by learning to turn the negatives within ourselves into positives. These are the first steps we take which lead us to fulfilling new avenues.

Often the simpler things we often take for granted are God’s greatest gifts to us. The author demonstrates how to overcome emotions such as anger and arrogance and why it’s important to let go of past hurts while showing us the way to find forgiveness. The sum of our experiences build our personalities, but negative emotions within us can be changed. This book is a wonderful self-help book in the journey to finding fulfillment within. You can improve your life with Singh’s gentle reminders for your soul to thrive in harmony.

 

Visit Balroop Singh’s author page on Amazon to view all her inspiration books!

37 thoughts on “Sunday Book Review – Allow Yourself To Be A Better Person – Balroop Singh

  1. I have ‘met’ Balroop here in WP and always welcome her warm, incisive comments.? Lovely to read about her book here, Debby and your excellent review of ‘Allow Yourself to be a Better Person’. We all have so much to learn in this life and often forget to look at ourselves. This sounds like the perfect help to remedy this: ‘This book enlightens you about the goodness, which lies dormant within us till we make an effort to explore it.’

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    1. Thanks for your love Annika and appreciate your beautiful words. Yes, looking at our own self reveals all that we dislike about others!
      Kabir, a renowned Saint says: “I went in the search of a Bad Guy, Bad Guy I couldn’t find, When I searched my mind, no one is nastier then Me!

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  2. What an honor dear Debbie! Thank you SO much for writing the review of my latest book at Amazon and Goodreads and highlighting my book here at your website. I have never made any efforts at marketing my books but God is great who send Angels like you to stir me out of my slumber!
    Many thanks for taking the initiative. I love you for being so thoughtful, supportive and benevolent. Stay blessed! Love and hugs. 🙂

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    1. It’s my pleasure to share worthy reads here on my Sunday Book Reviews, Balroop. And certainly your inspirational book is one that many may find enlightening. But I’ll take the hugs and blessings any day. 🙂 ❤

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  3. I’ve had a difficult time staying positive lately so this book if just what the therapist ordered. I will check it out, Debby. I love how you highlight such positivity on your blog. G

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    1. Hi Molly. I know these are difficult times for many. Balroop is truly an inspirational writer. I am sure you’d find her words encouraging. I will also be interviewing her here in a few weeks as a guest author. 🙂

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  4. Boy, oh boy, I can use a whole truckload of Singh’s book. The point of letting go of past hurts and embracing forgiveness – that speaks to me. I thank Singh for making these valuable lessons available to all.

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  5. Sounds like something that would be a great addition to my coaching library, Balroop. Thanks for making me aware of it with your lovely review, Debby.
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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