The Simplest Gift
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The Simplest Gift  -     By: Stefanos Xenakis

The Simplest Gift

HarperOne / 2021 / Hardcover

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Title: The Simplest Gift
By: Stefanos Xenakis
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: HarperOne
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9.030 X 6.600 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound
ISBN: 0063079100
ISBN-13: 9780063079106
Stock No: WW079107

Publisher's Description

The international bestseller—a collection of delightfully human stories that reveal the ways compassion and empathy can bring out the best in all of us.


“Every day is a Gift. Open it. Do not throw it away.”

The relentless pace of the working day. Endless, unconquerable to-do lists. A constant sense of distraction and isolation despite countless online connections. In our increasingly complex world, true contentment has never felt further from reach.

The Simplest Gift is a vital antidote for our times. Over the course of one hundred stories—each centered around a unique lesson—Stefanos Xenakis shares the transformative outlook through which he has found purpose and meaning in life’s everyday moments. From rising early to sharing generously and laughing readily, Xenakis proves that joy can be found in the simplest and least expected places. Humane, compassionate, and profound, this essential book teaches us how to love fully, live freely, and embrace the remarkable beauty of our humanity.  

Author Bio

Stefanos Xenakis is an entrepreneur, social media phenomenon, and popular inspirational speaker based in Athens. He is the author of The Gift, which was a longtime number-one bestseller in Greece and became an international sensation, and Captain: Letters to my dad. Stefanos has become a leading voice and a highly sought-after inspirational speaker.

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