Book Reviews

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This is a truly inspiring book, January 14, 2013
I had the opportunity to read this book during one of the most difficult points in my life. I was struggling to make sense of the decisions I made in my life up to that point in time, and in formulating a plan for going forward. The simple truths and wisdom expressed in this book, under circumstances more difficult than those I was facing, was truly inspiring. This book definitely helped me see that I was so busy earning a living, but I wasn’t enjoying life anywhere close to the extent that I could or should. I owe the author the debt of gratitude. Great book!
Just a bump in the road, January 27, 2013
I just finished reading Michael Johnson’s book Today is Tomorrow’s Yesterday. It is a very interesting story of his own struggle with cancer. It is well presented in a way of his daily life one day at a time and the lessons he learned from his daily experiences. I am so glad to see how important it is to have such a great support network. Family, friends, doctors, etc. (especially his wonderful wife). And such a POSTIVE attitude he has for such an unexpected bump in his life’s journey. If we all could learn from his experiences it would truly help us all in our own journey.
A great resource for cancer patients and inspiration for all, December 9, 2012
Michael Johnson has written a book about his experience with cancer and the life’s lessons that he learned. He shares his personal diary regarding his reactions, and those from his family, friends and employer, along with the difficult decisions he had to make in battling his disease. His thoughts are inspiring as he strives to live each day to the fullest and appreciate the many gifts that surround him. His research into the disease brings him to a realization that a positive outlook is essential to his recovery. This is a good book for those who are going through cancer treatment or other life-threatening health diagnoses. Michael shares information regarding diet, nutrition, mental relaxation, dietary supplements,physician and hospital selection, and treatment alternatives. The lessons shared in this book regarding his positive approach to life can be an inspirational gift for anyone whether diagnosed with a life-threatening illness or not.
Heartfelt and Inspiring, February 16, 2013
The title of my review truly speaks to the emotions this book conveys. The way in which the author shared his experience battling cancer made me feel like I was right there with him. Each day he faced brought about a lesson we all could apply in our lives. His positive outlook against horrendous odds will inspire all who read this book. Whether facing cancer or something less serious, the author helps put it all in perspective; never let us forget to live each day to its fullest.
Life is a Gift, December 10, 2012
”Today Is Tomorrow’s Yesterday” by Michael Johnson, is a compelling and insightful story about the author’s experiences when he discovers he has stage 4 cancer at the age of 39. The book details Mr. Johnson’s feelings, fears and emotions as he makes decisions about his choices of treatment, his family, his work, his attitude, and about how he want’s to live the rest of his life. This is a very personal account and the introspection that Michael details in the book is both inspirational and full of hope. This book goes beyond the battle with the cancer and shows us all how to live healthier, to be unafraid to take risks, and to gain happiness by giving kindness to others. Even if you do not have a life threatening disease this book will both inspire and help you with some of life’s most difficult choices.
A Positive Outlook Is Good Medicine, January 25, 2013
Today Is Tomorrow’s Yesterday by Michael Johnson is insights from the author’s journey through his diagnosis of cancer. His positive outlook probably had as much to do with his successful outcome as the care he received from his doctors. Mr. Johnson writes as if he is a friend chatting with the reader about his revelations, experiences and emotions. The book is at turns a mirror for the reader to examine his/her own challenges. It is a reminder to not take for granted life and love. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is struggling with issues or concerns that threaten to overwhelm them. Also, I recommend this book to anyone who needs a reminder to be thankful for the good things in their life.