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"Am I suggesting that everyone should get a pet if they don’t have one? Absolutely, if that is an option. If not, what I am really saying is for us to regularly and deliberately find something or someone that will bring us back and keep us in the moment to enjoy the blessings and abundance that we already have."



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Joia 

Living a life of joy through the eyes of a pup ...

 

"It was a sunny day in late April 2009. My wife Laura and I had just celebrated our first wedding anniversary and all was blissfully good. She must have been feeling extra confident on that particular day when she rang to tell me that she had a surprise. I was immediately worried!!

‘I couldn’t resist,’ she said. ‘Resist what?’ I asked nervously. ‘As soon as I saw her I knew I had to have her. She is just irresistable and we can return her and get our money back within 7 days if you want!’ Her timing was terrible and she knew it, but she also knew full well that as soon as I laid eyes on this gorgeous 8 week old Maltese Shitzu pup there would be no turning back. What I didn’t expect was the incredibly profound impact this dog would have and is continuing to have on my life!
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'Joia' is a book written by an accidental crazed one-eyed pet owner! Andrew Jobling has been surprised, inspired, entertained and empowerd by a 5kg Maltese Shitzu named 'Joia' - who would have believed it? Certainly not he. This book is a must read for all those looking for the simplistic answers to life's biggest question - How can I be happy? Who would have thought the answers would have come from a dog?

Through her naivety and knowing no other way, Joia the pup has stumbled across 20 profound lessons to create lifelong happiness, joy and abundance ...




 

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"Am I suggesting that everyone should get a pet if they don’t have one? Absolutely, if that is an option. If not, what I am really saying is for us to regularly and deliberately find something or someone that will bring us back and keep us in the moment to enjoy the blessings and abundance that we already have."

~ Andrew Jobling, The Accidental Author