This is MC Quynh Huong’s first book. A collection of simple, unassuming, yet meaningful, humanistic stories, full of optimism, culminated from Quynh Huong’s own personal and professional life experience. This is for those on the journey to find the meaning of life and inner peace.
A collection of short stories on an ordinary family like millions of others. They are childhood memories, they are the proses, the nostalgias, the love and longing for phases of life that have come to pass. They are the fragments of Quynh Huong’s feelings for her father and mother, for her sisters, partner, son,…We hope these stories could bring our readers a little bit of happiness, a bit of sympathy, or simply a moment of relaxation with these small slivers of life, unassuming, uncomplicated, yet always full of the determination to reach out for one another, to love one another and every other person.
“…Can you see, when you say the word ‘Love’, the word ‘Kind’, your lips soften, the tone of your voice filled with emotions, and when you look into the mirror, you are certain to realise your eyes have become that much kinder. Because you are sowing rays of healing energy into the universe, together with your kind acts. As such, say ‘Love’, say ‘Kind’ more often!”
This book is a collection of proses on kindness so let’s reserve only the most intimate, the most comfortable relationships for each other in our everyday lives.
This is Quynh Huong’s fourth book, and also her masterpiece as “marking another step in understanding and fathoming the depths of life”. The book carries with it an air of familiarity, of ordinary life, through compassionate, delicate lens, bringing to readers a more positive perspectives on life, helping us through hardships and difficulties with a more placid outlook, less caustic, less resentful towards those around us. So that not only do we bring happiness to others but also make our lives that much more beautiful.
To Quynh Huong, as we progress things all come down to what we call ‘fate’. Each and every experience that has the potential to bring us wonderful things in life we should cherish. This is what MC Quynh Huong has come to realise from her surroundings: it could be the abundance of energy nature favours us with, it could also be very ordinary life principles from the teaching of Buddha. Through fate, MC Quynh Huong published Yen, an account of her life experience and lessons from what she has been through, with the hope that it might help others who also desire to let go and finally achieve inner peace.
Once you pick up this book, whether you have read a few pages, consider these words with a fresh perspective. Because here, they are not the words of the ‘Quynh Huong’ you are used to. They are the accounts of the youthful days of ‘That’s What I Want To Say’ (‘Thay Loi Muon Noi’), and within them, Quynh Huong’s own youth, maybe even your own and many others.
A tree that wants to bear fruits must first grow to be strong and healthy. So must human life. We will grow into ourselves and mature as we fulfil our purpose at each phase of our life, which is revealed through our Ruling number.
To realise the ‘messages’ of the numbers and explore ourselves, please read Life Management with Numerology, written by MC Quynh Huong based on the original book by Dr. David A. Phillips ‘The Complete Book of Numerology’, is the one for us.