Prayer… because it’s not just about asking for something but having faith that you will have everything without a doubt or limitations.
Today there are apps for almost anything, which include Apps for catching cabs, apps for deleting messages from your ex, for food delivery, and much more. Although we are quick to embrace these technologies, some effects come with them and one of them being mental health on excessive use of cell phones. Ironically, it is the same technology that we run to for improving mental health via Mental Health Awareness.
Book Title: Heartquake
Publisher: Rupa Publications India (20 July 2019)
Seldom does it happen that in stereotypical plots, characters and locations, a fresh feeling brews and a sense of reading, watching or writing something new occurs? Heartquake by has it all.
Happiness- the state of being happy and delightful. One can relate happiness to anything. Different persons have different reasons to be happy but overall happiness is a positive experience of our emotions. Some people find happiness in every little thing whereas some of them try hard to find a reason to smile.
“I wonder if this place is a small place or a big place to live”
In this same world, you get to see people who don’t have access to certain things still they are grateful to what they have and on the other hand you can see people who are blessed with a prosperous life and still they are disappointed. For us, this world is small, as we encountered two different kinds of people living different lives. This world is a big place for all of you who are disappointed in their lives.
Books are everything and knowledge is the precious outcome, for its readers. The knowledge is such a treasure which lives with you and dies with you. No one can ever steal it and it can only be grown. Every book has a priceless lesson to its readers which if adored makes you the brilliance of own existence. While scrolling through the Instagram feed, I got in touch with this life-changing book named“Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope” by Mark Manson.