Let me start by saying that I have never finished a self-help book. No not ever...although I've come close. I've determined that this is due to the fact that I would really like all self help books to be written as more of a bulleted list of important information. But usually I have to wade through a lot of words to get to the good nuggets of information I am seeking.
This book fits that bill. Short and direct to the point with a topic, an illustration of that concept and a challenge.
To me this book helps you to look at the messy things in life (or all of life sometimes) as something of beauty. Something to appreciate. And maybe in the end realize that it wasn't really a mess after all. It was/is part of a plan that we just couldn't see from the start.