7 Lessons to Learn from "the Fault in Our Stars" ...

"The Fault in Our Stars" is a quick, easy read;

a book that you can finish in one seating.

While it touched on the lives of people with cancer, it is NOT a cancer book.

I recently hosted a book talk with some library science students and here are seven lessons we collectively learned from "The Fault in Our Stars":

1. Life Goes on

Life Goes on

Cancer or any terminal disease for that matter should not stop you from living your life.

We learned from Hazel and Gus that you have to live your life to the fullest while you're still breathing because you won't be able to do so when you're six feet under the ground.

Some people may label "The Fault in Our Stars" as a book featuring teen romance but do not mistake this as a High School Musical kind of thing.

How the two main characters handle their current states is laudable and should serve as an inspiration to everyone.

A Relationship Can't Last Forever