Book Review – The Boy Who Changed The World, by Andy Andrews
Title: The Boy Who Changed The World
Author: Andy Andrews, © 2009, Thomas Nelson, Nashville, Tennessee
Great book! Right from the start, Andy Andrews illustrates in a clear and simple manner how seemingly routine and ordinary actions can have monumental impact later on in life.
Through many examples, he shows how the actions of his story characters catapulted them to a place of importance in history, and even more importantly, how so many people were helped.
The highlighted tips helps one to take a serious and reflective look at one’s life, enabling one to take consider his/her life as significant.
I especially liked the quotations, “God made you to make a difference, and I believe you will;” and “every little thing you do matters.”
This is a must read for all who want to know with surety that their life matters and to live a confident life.
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