Happy As a Rat In a Trash Can!
There are no accidents. You are on this page for a reason!
Let me ask you this.
On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being not happy at all and 10 being very,very happy,
how happy would you say you are right now, BEFORE reading this book?
Now remember that number.
Inside “Happy As a Rat In a Trash Can” Don challenges the reader to raise
that number just as a student would be challenged to raise up school grades.
Don says this book is about YOU!
It is about you becoming
•a little more faithful
•a little more grateful
•a little more understanding
•a little more forgiving
•a little more thoughtful
•a little more caring
•and a lot more loving
Because these are the things that beget happiness.
In early 2008 Don’s Mom went to be with the Lord. She was a person just like your Mom…
very loving and invariably, always in your corner.
Her Christian values were instilled in him and are presented to the readers throughout this book.
Don presents his points with a sense of humor (as reflected in the title)
but never does he joke about the seriousness of becoming a happier person.
He’ll explain why faith is necessary and how the Law of sowing and reaping
is creating the world YOU live in.
He’ll give you a simple question to ask yourself whenever confronted with the tough choices
that life brings to all of us.
This book’s objective is to raise your level of happiness even if you are already a happy person.
Don’t be surprised if those around you start to wonder what got into you!
This book can be your little secret happiness project.
You’ll learn how and why we all need to pay more attention to others
and why that will result in a better future for yourself.
(see Chapter 5 – Lessons from “Groundhog Day”)
Being Happy is the Result of Sowing Good Seeds
If you’re NOT happy, You Need to Read This Book!
Here are some great ideas that you can begin to implement immediately.
What others are saying about this book:
“It takes us a lifetime to learn the lessons in this book. The author seems to have mastered them,
and we would do well to learn from him. Buy this book.”
Helen C. Page (San Francisco)