This little book is both thought-provoking and funny. I believe anyone can relate themselves to it. I love the story, and re-reading it gives me more chance to reflect onmyself.
Looking back, I swear I would never think of anything as “supposed-to-be”, but rather be braver and more prepared for the inevitable changes. Also, making good plans are important, too, which is not mentioned by the author.
An obvious flaw of this book is that the first and third part. They are written to convince the readers how the logic works in reality, and are totally not necessary since the story is powerful enough to support the main ideas-sniffle the change, be the change, and to let go, laugh at yourself.