A review by efram
Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life, by Francesc Miralles, Héctor García Puigcerver


Ikigai's rate of perfect five stars displays how I will highly recommend it to each and every person I know whether the person is a reader or not. Determining our value in life is a question that most people will never grasp. With the help of this book, we might gain the slightest idea of how to fulfill an undefined purpose. A great number of today's generation are discontented with their life, this book might come beneficial for them.

The book's strength is its monumental shifting of perspective. Making a person determine what he loves, what he's good at, what he can be paid for, and what the world needs is valuable for the distracted and misplaced people of this generation. Interconnecting them all to find your Ikigai will lead to the realization of what's important for you and what's your value in life. Disinterest in Japanese culture is its weakness.