This week’s five AHAs are from the AHAbook™ Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. If you like this book, please share the URL “aha.pub/PrideandPrejudice” in your social media status update to grow your fan base and let your friends know about it.
Pride and Prejudice is a novel by Jane Austen that was first published in 1813. This AHAbook comprises 140 AHAmessages that enlighten and guide those who are facing life’s various struggles. Share the wisdom covered in this companion work to one of Jane Austen’s most significant books of all time.
The AHAbook is a quick read as it’s a compilation of 140 actionable quotes. Share some of the AHAmessages™ below, and then read and share the entire book via AHAthat on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:
You are your own master. You are responsible for your own doing. #JaneAusten http://aha.pub/PrideandPrejudice [click to tweet]
Watching a beautiful sight could instantly put your spirits in a high flutter. #JaneAusten http://aha.pub/PrideandPrejudice [click to tweet]
Start thinking of a more happy idea; you will not find comfort in someone else’s. #JaneAusten http://aha.pub/PrideandPrejudice [click to tweet]
Everyone has their own share of beauty, but do not pretend to be anything extraordinary. Stay humble. http://aha.pub/PrideandPrejudice [click to tweet]
Teach someone a lesson — a lesson which may be hard at first, but most advantageous. #JaneAusten http://aha.pub/PrideandPrejudice [click to tweet]
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