I am delighted to say that I have got nominated for Mystery Blogger Award. I feel the award nominations gives me a bonus chance to let my followers know about me & let me appreciate my fellow bloggers of their opinions (to my questions).‘copypowerblog’ has nominated me ,whom I appreciate for her ‘POWERED UP’ writings, just like the blog name 🙂 Below is the link to visit her blog.
What is the Mystery Blogger Award?
“The Mystery Blogger Award is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve every recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging; and they do it with so much love and passion.” – Okoto Enigma
1. Put the award logo on your blog.
2. List the rules.
3. Thank whoever nominated you and include a link to their blog.
4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link to their blog as well.
5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.
6. Nominate 10-20 people.
7. Notify your nominees.
8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice, specifying one weird/funny question.
9. Share a link to your best post(s). 3 things about me:
I believe writing letter on a post card brings creativity & happy feels than typing in mobiles/laptops. It’s most difficult too,as there is no backspace option, we write our heart out. I wanna try it sometime.
I enjoy the ‘earthy’ smell (petrichor), when it rains.
I recently traveled to a new city ‘varanasi’ all by myself, which is my first ever north Indian state to visit. It gave me wonderful experiences & made me stronger than I was.
Questions by @copypowerblog:
1. What motivated you to start a blog? – I believe thoughts are everything that makes a person. I have chosen blogging to make a positive difference touching many people lives through my writings.
2. What is your favorite food and why? – Home made tomato pickle , because it’s mom’s hand made special for me 🙂
3. What is the best day of your life till date and why? – Many, it’s quite difficult to name one. Simply , All the days where I smiled or made others smile or both 😉
4. How do you contribute in making this world more beautiful? – Helping the needy. If not possible, least is not hurting/harming others.
5. What is your passion and what do you do to live your passion? – Learn Indian classical music and I make sure to give time for it even in hectic schedules. My Nominations:
My Questions for Nominees:
1. List any 3 things you did to make people follow your blog.
2. 1 thing you wish to do,if you were made president of your country for 1 week?
3. What is your stress buster?
4. How do you overcome procrastination?
5. What is your passion and what do you do to live your passion?
My Best Post:
I write every post with all my heart & thoroughly enjoy interacting in the comments section. But here I would go with the audience poll 😉 to reveal my best post .
Below is the post link with more likes and appreciations.
I am pleased to announce that I have been nominated for Liebster Award by my fellow bloggerWith Nature-By Tanusri Senand she writes awesome content with a core theme ‘Let us make a Beautiful World together ! Let us co operate each other !’
It’s my 1st nomination I received after started blogging for 2 months, thank you dear for giving me an opportunity to know more about other bloggers 🙂
1. What do you think are the qualities of blogger that makes him unique?Ans: Spreading optimism and positive energy, Enjoys sharing and helping followers/bloggers, Genuine in their purpose of blogging
2. What one thing will you advice young generation ? Ans: Find True Love and value it till your end.Be empathetic
3. What does friendship mean to you? Ans: A true friend is who can fight with whole world for you.Friendship is a Priceless Treasure can be cherished and laughed even in my old age .
4. Best memory of your life . Ans: All Childhood memories like Listening stories of my dad under moon lights,Returning evening from school to see mom,Teasing my older Brother & Sister with silly doings….ahh!! the list goes on 🙂
5. What do you think about country ‘India’ and Indians ? Ans: My India is a culturally rich,peaceful country teaching Unity in Diversity and Indians have a strong sense of family relationships, love for celebrations, spirituality & most of all Incredibly diverse.
6. How do you judge a person(in general)? Ans: Their acts of Respect,Kindness,love,loyalty,honesty.. make me feel them as attractive.
7. What are your views on gender equality? Ans: Everyone is a child of God and deserves equal chance to thrive and lead happy lives. It should start from Home first by overcoming “gender specific roles”. Young generation has a huge role in future to make this happen.
8.Your favorite person(the one you love or adore) Ans: My Mother
9. Your passion in life is___. Ans: Learn Indian classical Music
10. What is your concept of good and evil? Ans: One’s mindset is so powerful that it can make them either good or evil. Choose the former part _/\_
11. Your favorite beach is _____. Ans: Always .. RK beach in Visakhapatnam,India
11 Random thoughts about me :
I believe in god,karma.
I love travelling with loved ones.
I wish I had a super power to make “everyone” in this world happy !!
I’m not traditional nor modern, I dress according to my mood.
I used to love reading novels, mostly love stories.
I am bad at bargaining 😦 someone teach me please !!
Sometimes I watch flop movies to see why it was a disaster :p (I know ,this is silly)
What we think is what we are.
We are the best creation of our mother’s ,so do some self love 🙂
I am a big foodie.
I enjoy company of pure hearted people.
Nominating these bloggers :
I am nominating these below bloggers I have known and posts amazing writings of theirs.
Do you snore? Are you being the brunt of jokes at family gatherings ? If yes, DON’T panic,you may be among 40 percent of adult men and 24 percent of adult women who snore habitually or occasionally.
Once you understand why you snore, you can find the right solutions to a quieter, deeper sleep—for both you and your sleep partner.
Why you snore:
When you can’t move air freely through your nose and throat during sleep that makes the surrounding tissues vibrate, which produces the familiar snoring sound.
It happens when
Alcohol, smoking, and medications
Nasal and sinus problems
Sleep Apnea, a serious sleep disorder where your breathing is briefly interrupted many times each night and feeling extreme sleepiness during the day.
How you can self-help:
1. Change/Wash Your Pillows once every couple weeks: Allergens in your bedroom and in your pillow may contribute to snoring. When did you last dust the overhead ceiling fan? Replace your pillows?Dust mites accumulate in pillows and can cause allergic reactions that can lead to snoring. Allowing pets to sleep on the bed causes you to breathe in animal dander, another common irritant.
2. Sleep on your side instead of your back: Lying on your back makes the base of your tongue and soft palate collapse to the back wall of your throat, causing a vibrating sound during sleep. Sleeping on your side may help prevent this.A full-length pillow that supports your entire body may help you in this case.
3. Exercise and Lose weight: If you gain weight around your neck, it squeezes the internal diameter of the throat, making it more likely to collapse during sleep, triggering snoring.Also exercise helps in toning muscles of your body, which in turn can lead to less snoring.
4. Stay Well Hydrated: Drink plenty of fluids. Secretions in your nose and soft palate become stickier when you’re dehydrated & can create more snoring. A hot shower before you go to bed can help open nasal passages. According to the Institute of Medicine, healthy women should have about 11 cups of total water (from all drinks and food) a day; men require about 16 cups.
5. Avoid Alcohol: Alcohol and sedatives reduce the resting tone of the muscles in the back of your throat, making it more likely you’ll snore. Drinking alcohol four to five hours before sleeping makes snoring worse.Sometimes People who don’t normally snore will snore after drinking alcohol.
Try attaching a tennis ball to the back of a pajama top or T-shirt (you can sew a sock to the back of your top then put a tennis ball inside).
If you roll over onto your back, the discomfort of the tennis ball will cause you to turn back onto your side. Alternatively, wedge a pillow stuffed with tennis balls behind your back.After a while, sleeping on your side will become a habit and you can dispense with the tennis balls.
Keep in Mind:
Snoring is a physical issue. It’s nothing to be embarrassed about. Like a pulled muscle or a common cold, improving the condition is in your hands.
Avoid taking it personally and Take the issue seriously, not the person. Try not to take your partner’s frustration as a personal critique or attack. Your partner loves you, just not the snoring.
Make it clear that you prioritize the relationship. If you and your partner have this understanding, you’ll both do what it takes to find a cure for the snoring.
Address inappropriate behavior. Although sleep deprivation can lead to irritability, let your partner know that it’s not okay for them to throw an elbow jab or snap at you when you’re snoring.
These simple practices can make a huge difference in reducing snoring. Remember,nothing to be feel ashamed of when you are actually working on your problems.
Your Willpower to overcome is your success measure.
Share this & support your friends to overcome snoring and help them implement these techniques.
WHATSAPP entered just as a normal app in our lives and has now gradually became a part of our daily activities – for being in contact with loved ones, group travel plans,location sharing and ofcourse, strange though, invitations,wishes are also being replaced by a simple whatsapp message !!
Well, we can’t say technology is wrong , but it’s all dependent on how people use it for !! Final Question is whether you are improving inter-personal communications or getting isolated using the modern apps.
Being active in social media websites doesn’t make you SOCIAL 🙂
Recently while I was going through whatsapp messages in a group,I read a beautiful message which I thought must be shared to everyone here. Below is the verbatim.
A car in front of me was moving like a turtle and not giving me way in spite of my continuous honking.I was on the brink of losing my cool when I noticed the small sticker on the car’s rear.
“Physically challenged; please be patient.”
And that changed everything!! I immediately went calm & slowed down. In fact I got a little protective of the car & the driver!!! I reached work a few minutes late, but it was okay. And then it struck me. Would I have been patient if there was no sticker? Why do we need stickers to be patient with people!?
Would we be more patient & kind with others if people had labels pasted on their foreheads?
Labels like —
“Lost my job” “Fighting cancer” “Going through a bad divorce” “Suffering Emotional abuse” “Lost a loved one” “Feeling worthless” “Financially broken”….. And more like these…
Do we need sticker for the invisible ones?
Everyone is fighting a hard battle we know nothing about. The least we can do is be patient & kind! Let us respect the invisible labels!!
Isn’t it a amazing note? Isn’t reminding your past incidents of losing temper easily?
Diwali, or Deepavali gets its name from the row(avali) of clay lamps(deepa)that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness. It is the darkest night of the Kartika month(Amaavasya) of Hindu calendar.This year Diwali is being celebrated on November 7.
Though the significance of Diwali is same all over the country, it’s interesting to know how people of different regions in India interpret the story behind it.In all interpretations, one common thread rings true—the festival marks the victory of good over evil,knowledge over ignorance.
STORIES OF DIWALI:
1) Southern India:
Celebrates it as the day that Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.
Narakasura was son of Lord Vishnu and Earth who turned evil, ill treating innocent people, saints and women. He was blessed to be killed only by his mother.
Lord Vishnu incarnated as Lord Krishna and Earth as Satyabhama, Krishna’s wife. They started war against Narkasura and killed Mura, Narkasura’s Army General. That is why Krishna is also called Murari. When the battle got intensified,whole world was scared as there were heavy storms and thunders coming out from battle field every now and then when Krishna’s and Narakasura’s weapons were striking together.
Finally Krishna fainted when the demon hurt him by his trident.HOWEVER, it was a divine plan as Narakasura was destined to be killed only by his mother. Satyabhama became very angry seeing her husband fainted in battle field and took the charge. She doubled the attack and finally killed Narakasur. The people were overjoyed and welcomed Krishna back with colourful lamps in their hands. Since then we celebrate Deepavali.
2) Northern India:
Celebrates it as the day that Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after he defeated demon king Ravana.
On this day Lord Rama,along with his consort Sita and loyal brother Lakshman returned to his hometown Ayodhya after 14 long years of exile in the forest. He had just finished battling and overcoming the fierce demon king of Ceylon, Ravana, who had abducted Sita. In this battle he was ably helped by Lord Hanuman and his army of courageous monkeys.
The people of Ayodhya lit lamps in every home to welcome their true King as well as celebrate his victory over Ravana and also the safe return of their Queen Sita. They danced and made merry and lit firecrackers to express their joy over his return. And as a mark of respect and worship, the festivities continue every year till today. Read more at Rama and Sita: The Story of Diwali
3) Eastern India:
Marks it as the day that Lord Vishnu sent the demon King Bali to rule the nether world(Bottom world or Paathalalokam).Some Hindus of eastern India associate the festival with the goddess Durga, or her fierce avatar Kali (Shaktism), who symbolises the victory of good over evil.g
According to the Bhagavata Purana (the most sacred Hindu text), it was on a Kartik day that Lord Vishnu, took on the form of a dwarf (Vaman-avtaara) and defeated King Bali.
Bali, or rather King Mahabali, was a powerful demon king who ruled the earth. Once Bali got a boon from Lord Brahma that made him unconquerable. Even gods failed to defeat him in battles. Though he was a wise and kind king, Mahabali was cruel to the Devas (gods). Finding no way to defeat Bali, the Devas went to Lord Vishnu and insisted him to find a way to stop Bali.
4) Worship of Goddess Lakshmi:
According to Hindu puranas, on this Diwali day, the Goddess of wealth, Lakshmi rose up from the ocean. The Hindu scriptures tell us that long long ago both Devas (gods) and Asuras (demons) were mortal. They had to die sometime or other, like us. But they wanted to live forever. So they churned the ocean to seek Amrita, the nectar of immortality (an event mentioned in the Hindu scriptures as “Samudra-manthan” or “Ksheera Sagara madhanam”), during which many divine objects came up. Prime among these was Goddess Lakshmi, the daughter of the king of the milky ocean, who arose on the new moon day (amaavasyaa) of the Kartik month. That very night, Lord Vishnu married her. Brilliant lamps were illuminated and placed in rows to mark this holy occassion. This event is supposed to have given rise to an annual celebration at the same time each year. Even today, Hindus celebrate the birth of the goddess Lakshmi and her marriage to Lord Vishnu on Diwali and seek her blessings.
According to Hindu epic Mahabharata,the five royal brothers, Pandavas, suffered a defeat in the hands of their brothers, the Kauravas, in a game of dice (gambling). As a rule imposed on them, the Pandavas had to serve a term of 13 years in exile. When the period was over, they returned to their birthplace Hastinapura on ‘Kartik Amavashya’(the new moon/no moon day of the Kartik month). The five Pandava brothers, their mother and their wife Draupadi were honest, kind, gentle and caring in their ways and were loved by all their subjects. To celebrate the joyous occassion of their return to Hastinapura and to welcome back the Pandavas, the common people illuminated their state by lighting bright earthen lamps everywhere. The tradition is believed to have been kept alive through the festival of Diwali, which many believe, is held in remembrance of the Pandava brothers’ homecoming.
Non-Hindu communities have other reasons for celebrating the festival:
In Jainism, it marks the nirvana or spiritual awakening of Lord Mahavira on October 15, 527 B.C.
In Sikhism, it marks the day as Bandi Chhor Divas as Guru Hargobind, the Sixth Sikh Guru was freed from imprisonment.
In Buddhism, Newar people of Nepal who revere various deities in the reflection of the freedom to worship any deity for their worldly betterment within Mahayana Buddhist tradition and celebrate Diwali by offering prayers to Lakshmi.
India is great land of tourism. South India also known asPeninsular India has area occupying 19% of India’s area , including the
Indian states of
as well as the union territories of
Andaman & Nicobar Islands and
To other countries, I may go as a tourist, but to India, I come as a pilgrim – Martin Luther King, Jr.
South India is famous for its vibrant culture, delectable food, among other manmade marvels.There are various unexplored sites and natural attractions present at every nook and corner, but here are the most amazing places of each state & UT that must be toured atleast once in a lifetime and your memories.
Andhra Pradesh, Rice Bowl of India and Egg bowl of Asia is a state bordering south-eastern coast with ultimate eco-friendly destinations and fiery food. It is well known for it’s natural resources,temples and rivers. Don’t miss the famous sweet here Pootharekulu.
The state is famous for the great Tirupati temple, so that’s the one must place I would recommend travelers to visit. The main festival for them is Ugadi celebrated in April annually, Makara Sankranthi,which is celebrated in January month annually.
Telangana, the 29th state of India, was formed in June 2014 as a result of the split of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh state. Here we can see a mix of Nizami Tradition and Royal Heritage.This place is mainly known for spiced up hot Biryani.
It’s history and culture have endless opportunities for an avid traveler.The capital city Hyderabad, is known as “City of Pearls”.
City ( Garden City, Pub City and “Silicon Valley of India” )
Historical & Heritage
Adventure / Trekking
“God’s own country”, famous for spices, Ayurveda and the Malabar coast.
Kerala is one of the best tourist destinations,especially for Honeymoon. Get through the rich culture and heritage out there. The coconut filled beaches in Cochin and Tiruvanthapuram are calling you with its optimal beauty.
Thrissur is also known as the Cultural Capital of Kerala because of its cultural, spiritual and religious leanings throughout history.
You will love the martial art classes and Kathakali dance out there. December is the time where you can watch the famous boat race. So get there and enjoy the foods made of triple refined coconut oil. The yummy taste of the foods is calling you to the furthest point of India.
Places to visit:
Alappuzha / Alleppey
Beach, Lake & Backwater
Munnar, Wayanad (kalpetta)
Thekkady: periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
Hill Station,Wildlife, Lake & Backwater
Nature & Scenic,Pilgrimage
Thrissur: Vadakkunathan Temple
Historical & Heritage,Pilgrimage
India’s fiercely independent southern tip,famed for its Dravidian-style Hindu temples.
Welcome to the land of Kanchi Kamakshi ,Madura Meenakshi .The landmass is over the Deccan plateau and is rich in culture and heritage. Famous temples, ancient arts and tradition is crowding the state, along with rich food culture.
Do not forget to have Sambars, while visiting the state. Get to the southernmost corner of the nation at Kanyakumari and get to one of the famous Jyotirlingams at Rameshwaram.
Chennai is the city of temples and the base of Dravidian art and culture.Also called as “Detroit of India” due to presence of a major automobile hub of Asia.
Places to visit:
Historical & Heritage, Pilgrimage
Historical & Heritage, Pilgrimage
Kanyakumari (Cape Comorin)
Watching sunrise and sunset over the ocean, Nature & Scenic, Pilgrimage
Blue Sea and Unspoiled Beaches, Archipelago (Island group) off the west coast of India, the rarely visited northern end of the Maldives chain.
Lakshadweep, which means “One hundred thousand lands” gives the tourist thousands of reasons for visiting this place. Lakshadweep has few of the most beautiful and exotic islands and beaches of India.Not all of the islands are inhabited, and only a few are open to visitors (permits required). Permits can be obtained from Kochi itself.
Must buy book for good knowledge on Lakshadweep in low cost.
The major attractions of this place are the three coral reefs, five submerged banks and twelve atolls. Other than these the beautiful marine life, tourists resorts, villages are some best aspects of this destination which enrich the minds of the tourists.
Official: Malayalam, English
Spoken : Jeseri Dhivehi Language (Mahl)
Places to visit:
Lagoons,Scuba Diving,Coral Reefs
Scuba Diving, Beach
Unspoiled coral island & Marine reserve
Beach,Ideal for Honeymoon
Bangaram Atoll (Only accessible by ferry)
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Blue seas, virgin islands and colonial past off the eastern coast of India, a remote group of gorgeous tropical islands closer to Thailand than mainland India.
Andaman and Nicobar is one of the most perfect choices for an enjoyable, laid-back holiday where you can go on long treks, laze around in the backwaters of the island, or if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, even go for a bit of deep sea diving.
The history of Indian independence is closely linked to the infamous Kaala Pani or Cellular Jail (which is now a major tourist attraction) lies in Port Blair and attracts hundreds of tourists every day who want to get a feel of the old-world colonial era. To know the history, you can refer this The Heroes of Cellular Jail
Radhanagar Beach, Elephant Beach – Havelock Island
Adventure / Trekking, Beach
Long Island,Little Island
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
Scuba Diving & Snorkeling,Sea walk – Havelock Island
Adventure / Trekking
Viper Island – Port Blair
Ross & Smith Islands – Diglipur
North Bay Island
Adventure / Trekking
The French Riviera of the East – a group of enclaves, former French territorial charms.
Puducherry or Pondicherry, located in the state of Tamil Nadu is a little town tucked away on the south-east coastline of India.Destination that promises travelers sanctity and serenity, in the real sense of the terms.
Reach the aesthetic height at the place with spiritual environment all around the town.
Languages: Tamil, French, English
Places to visit:
Some interesting facts about Pondicherry are worth reading here Puducherry Facts
Matrimandir – Auroville
Basilica Of Sacred Heart Of Jesus
Water Sports in Pondicherry
Varadaraja Perumal Temple – Pondicherry
Old Light House
Piers & Boardwalks
Arulmigu Manakula Vinayagar Temple
Sacred & Religious Sites
What are you waiting for !! Pack your bags & make your impressive memories .
I will cover the tourist places of North,West and East India in my next blog posts.
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Books play a significant role in our life. They say that “When you open a book, you open a new world”. For the majority of people, books are part of their everyday life.
Reading Books, especially good and inspirational books have a positive impact on one’s psyche as proven by several studies. A book is that silent best friend that offers hope when you need someone to instil the lost spark in you. It lets you live another life and also help you discover the hidden shades of your personality.
How a Book actually works on your Psyche:
A good book is the one which has some value for the person, and it provides knowledge as well as touches the heart. Often we feel down and slumping, and we need something to get ourselves up. In that situation, these books work like magic in motivating us.
People who want to set new objectives in life or want to achieve more than their actual ability also need these books. The meaningful and sensitive inspirational book not only motivates you with words and quotes of wisdom, but it also makes you feel alive to face life’s daily challenges.
The inspirational books are a key to building our character and make us what we are today. These are an extremely good source of gaining experience and learning the secrets in unlocking happiness of life.
“Once your mind stretches to a new level it never goes back to its original dimension” ― A P J Abdul Kalam
So,Not to bore you anymore, If you are the one looking out for a good inspiration book to ignite your spirit, here are few inspirational books that you might find worth reading.
Some of them are rare picks you find in internet suggestions, but extraordinary in their content.Go and order your favorite book with just a click on link provided to buy and enjoy reading.
1) The Five Steps to Success – Yandamoori Veerendranath
Did you ever read the Maslow’s ‘Need Hierarchy’ which states that every man goes through a hierarchy of needs? Only when one level of need is fulfilled he becomes ripe to quench the thirst for the other level of need.
Similarly, the ‘The Five Steps to Success’ by Veerendranath talks about the 5 steps to success and motivates the readers to fight with the chaos in daily course of life. Originally published in Telugu, Yandamoori’s masterpiece emphasises upon victory at personal level as a basis for the rest to be built upon. It is because the power to achieve any milestones in life lies within us.
Inspiration Quotient: If we are determined to climb Mt. Everest, then no means of the avalanches can hold us in chasing our dreams. To become victorious in the outside world, the battle within the self has to be fought and won first.
Do you have the desire to succeed & want to live life in a better manner than you currently are. Then this book will perfectly guide you towards a right living, right thinking which will further help you to build a strong balanced life.
It throws light on the importance of attitude, motivation & success & furthers the idea by providing steps one should adopt to build a positive attitude in life.
Inspiration Quotient: Belief in oneself is the core quality before winning the world. This book has down to earth, practical and pragmatic approaches, which would help you climb the tower of success.
They say that “Life is not a bed of roses” and even if it is, then remember that even roses have thorns.
The novel is about two fraternal twins who reunite as young adults, after family tensions have kept them apart for many years. Will these tensions bog them down or make them stronger to evolve as a Lotus in the stale pond? The book pivots around tragedy and hope. The book also explores the full range of human emotion.
For those who need a big booster of inspiration, this work of Arundhati Roy is a must read as it will help you boost your self-morale, self-esteem and inspire you embark upon a new beginning. The book will make you realize that need for change and the futility to becoming rigid in life.
Inspiration Quotient:Change is inevitable and acceptance of it is another unavoidable fact. The better you learn , more early you become successful.
How would you feel if you are asked to leave your home without any intimation and you have no other option but to leave without questioning? This is the core theme of Samarpan’s ‘Tiya: A Parrot’s Journey Home’.
Tiya, a parrot and many more similar birds face this challenge in their everyday life when they find it hard to leave their home i.e. tree. But what happens to them after that? Do they stop living or do they still linger on the hope to live a better life. This book opens up on the journey of a bird that experiences the numerous shades of life and teaches us a lot about living life on easy terms.
The experiences of Tiya are an eye opener for many of us because the bird questions the rationale behind our existence on earth. These questions may remain unanswered but if you introspect, you will get inspired by the voice of your soul.
An excerpt “Surely, if there is pain in life, there is healing too. If there is hopelessness, there is hope too. If there is ugliness, there is beauty too. The idea is to never give up on the gift called ‘life’.”
Inspiration Quotient: Listening to your own conscience is the best reward that you can give to yourself. Because we forget to live for ourselves while serving others and running after a hazy goal in life.
Do you often crib about things happening in your life. Imagine if you know a man who was on bed for 28 years of his life, crippled with movement only in 1 hand, Paralyzed neck down,sees sun only once a month(when he visits hospital) , yet smiling and giving back to the society !!
The book gives the stories of 15 differently-abled people which will make you think otherwise & they will challenge your notion of the impossible. They will inspire you to live life to the fullest, because life is truly a gift.
Inspiration Quotient: Makes you realize that present moment is the best.Teaches to overcome cribbing about small things in life but how looking beyond our limitations can help us grow.
I sincerely hope that the list of these 5 books will surely electrify the lost inspiration in you to chase your dreams and strengthen your belief in them.
Try reading atleast 1 out of these 5 books and I am sure you will suggest reading to another ten people. Unless you experience it yourself , all this seems as boasting.
Give these books a try , before you think of giving up. Afterall, a book is like a best friend who will never walk away from you.
“Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.” ― Mahatma Gandhi
Comment your favorite books that lifted you up & help our other blog readers to learn and grow 🙂