07 September 2010

Andy Andrews' The Butterfly Effect

Do you walk through life at times feeling that nothing you do is important? When you look around does it seem that your life has no impact? Then The Butterfly Effect – How Your Life Matters, the new book releasing today by Andy Andrews is a must read.

He begins with Edward Lorenz’s hypothesis that the flapping wings of one butterfly begin motion that could eventually start a hurricane and moves on to share stories of seemingly small or insignificant acts that had profound life changing effects on the world.

I read through this short gift book quickly, but have spent much time pondering the simple truths revealed within its few words. This book will bring hope and encouragement to many. I could sense the voice of our loving God speaking through the pages, reminding us that He indeed created us with a plan and a purpose. My one complaint is that I wanted more. If Andy chooses to expand on this in a full length book I would surely be anxious to read it. I suggest that you keep an extra copy of The Butterfly Effect to pass on to friends and family. You might just start a chain reaction of life altering proportion.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze.com http://booksneeze.com/ book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

2 comments:

JC Dude said...

I think we all could use a reminder of how much our lives' matter...specially to the Father!

jasonS said...

I read his book, The Noticer, and really enjoyed it. This sounds like another great one. What an important concept to remember. The little things matter! Thanks Karin.

Related Posts with Thumbnails