This book is a second collection of short, concentrated thoughts and aphorisms that are intended to give the reader new insights and a different perspective on life. The thoughts and aphorisms were derived from personal meditations and experiences and some are accompanied by a small graphic to help the reader retain the information. No explanations are provided to allow you to contemplate the meaning of the aphorisms as they apply to you, your relationships, and life in general. Although the thoughts are quick to read, it is only through contemplation that the reader will get the full benefit of the material.
What some readers have said about "More Tiny Thoughts for Personal Transformation":

"This book contains insightful thoughts on simple yet important aspects of life. I hope readers will find them useful in their daily lives."
- His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

"Thank you for the books, I agree with the wisdom they contain."
- Dr. Bernie Siegel, best-selling author of: Love, Medicine and Miracles; Prescriptions for Living; and his latest books, A Book of Miracles and The Art of Healing.

"Not So Tiny Thoughts."
- Leonard Roy Frank, Human rights activist, aphorist and author of: Random House Webster's Quotationary, Inspiration: The Greatest Things Ever Said, and Influencing Minds: A Reader in Quotations.

"Karl Schmidt's tiny books are a joy to read and they contain many powerful ideas to assist you on your journey."
- Dan Poynter, book publishing authority and author of The Self-Publishing Manual.

"Universal in their truths, quotes from 'A Tiny Book of Thoughts' inspire the reader to reflect and ponder issues related to personal attitudes, values and principles. This may well be the author's greatest gift to readers: to question oneself."
- Amy Dauphinee, kindness crusader and columnist for "BeKind", the first syndicated North American kindness column.