A review by feyzan_theravenking
An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield


4.5 stars.

I will highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about space, or anyone who needs a little bit of inspiration or courage to fly towards their dreams. Chris hadfield, aim to educate people about space, from this book, in my opinion, has been accomplished. However, the book was a little tedious and repetitive but still it was a great read for those who seek knowledge and love and positivity and inspiration in their life.

Chris hadfield's thoughts on the power of negative thinking is edifying. I have always felt that by thinking positive all the time you are turning your eyes from a potential threat. Like Elizabeth Glibert, wrote in her book 'Big magic', being fearless and being brave is different: being fearless mean you are not acknowledging the existence of threats and failures, and being brave mean you are aware and prepared to face the challenges head on. We can only face any sort of ordeal, if we acknowledge the fact that our plans can often go awry.