Hazard is a self-help book written by a spiritual evolution teacher who wishes to voice the notion that there are different forces at play that affect every moment of your life. According to the author, Hazard is the arbitrary force that points to each moment’s sheer randomness. What does that mean? It means that we are unaware of the future, and therefore we get blindsided by the events and moments that transpire, creating what we call our life.
The book urges you to embrace it all. It lets you know that happiness is here and does not shy away from the naked truth. It discusses love and its counterparts, good and evil. The work is helpful, and I believe that is what a book should be.
The literature is easy to read and to follow. Everything is in order and its place. It is not jumping from one part to the other and therefore possessed a natural flow to it. I predominantly enjoyed the segment that discussed dealing with hurt and pain. The writing did not sound preachy and was more informative.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to take a grip on their own destiny and define their lives the way they want to be seen.