Monday, February 25, 2013
Review: The Butterfly Effect by Andy Andrews
What feels like what must have been an inspirational speech given somewhere, Andy Andrews retells the story of a decision made on a battlefield during the Civil War that seemed minute but could have effectively have changed the course of history. The entire book basically demonstrates the importance of each person and how one act or deed can affect others around us in a million little ways.
Although short, this really was a simple but powerful message. I would happily pass it along and recommend it to anyone needing a pressing reminder of the impact we can have on those around us. In a world where we sometimes wonder if we're really doing much more than helping our own families and friends, this book demonstrates how the good we do has a ripple effect into the lives of many more. The book takes next to no time to read, but is a great and positive message.