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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Fire has always been a symbol of passion, so it is natural that when you reflect on what you like to do, the image of this element comes to mind. What is your fire? What is the thing that you like to do above all else? Whether you already know what your fire is or are still looking for it, I suggest that you read Finding Your Fire and Keeping It Hot: Discovering Your Why, Your Passion, Your Purpose in Life by Diana Stout. In this easy-to-read book full of helpful advice, Stout will help you find your fire and tell you how to protect it, show you which universal laws can help you, and even warn you about yourself or someone else who will try to make your fire die. This is a fascinating journey in search of your 'why.'
Finding Your Fire and Keeping It Hot is a book that will change your life for the better. I appreciated the way Diana Stout explains complex concepts such as universal laws and setting goals clearly and understandably for anyone. Although the book makes many references to writing because this is what the author wanted to do more than anything else, the concepts she expresses here are easily applicable to any field that interests you. I suggest you follow them so that you can live your passion. I am sure many readers will thrive after reading this book. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for their why and who has not yet found it or has not yet dared to live it.