Today’s post is in conjunction with the Blog-A-Licious Blog Tour a fantastic blog hop that brings together bloggers of all genres, backgrounds and locations. In today’s hop, the blog featured before “http://sulekkha.blogspot.com/ ”
is “http://royd-spiltmilk.blogspot.com/ “. The blog featured after “http://sulekkha.blogspot.com/” is the captivating
“http://peacefrompieces.blogspot.com/ “. Do stop by and say hello plus some of us are having giveaways and
The book that inspires me most:
I love books, all kinds, shapes, size and reading is my passion. Different books appeal to me at different stages of my life and one book stands out as my ultimate favorite because of a very special reason.The book is titled, “Who will cry when you Die?” This wonderful book holds a special place in my heart as this was the last gift my father sent to me before he passed away, and it has valuable treasures of wisdom to enrich people’s lives.
Who will cry when you die? By Robin Sharma
The tragedy of life is not death, but what we let die inside of us while we live. –Norman Cousins.
This book has enriched my life and made me stronger to deal with anything and everything coming my way. It teaches us that we are responsible for our happiness and we can change our lives and steer them in any way we want to go.
In this book the author advises the readers to find their calling and adds that finding your calling, simply means you need to bring more of yourself into your work and focus on the things you do best. It means you have to stop waiting for other people to make the changes you desire and, as Mahatma Gandhi noted: “Be the change that you wish to see most in your world.”
I am learning so much about life and am a changed person after following the advice given in the book. Robin Sharma says, ‘Take More Risks’. He says on the other side of fear lies freedom. “To live your life to the fullest, start taking more risks and doing the things you fear.”
I was never a risk taker but now for the past 17 months, I have done nothing else but this. I have conquered my fears of the unknown, failure, rejection and defeat, and am charging ahead in life, confident that I will succeed and even if I don’t sometimes, I will have tried to succeed. I will learn from my mistakes and try again and again and finally succeed.
I have started taking the initiative and am confident that everything will work out for me and nothing can hurt or harm me anymore, I am unstoppable. I have cleared the mental clutter and it’s unable to drain my precious energy.
I no longer think negative thoughts and am happy to be alive, life is for the living, and I am living it to the fullest. I am stepping out of my comfort zone and living an adventurous life. I have started a new project with a few friends and am learning something new about it every day. I have never had so much fun learning and working hard towards a cherished goal. I have promised myself that I will excel in my chosen field and hence am working hard towards achieving that goal.
I have learnt to forgive and forget, can sleep much better at night and am at peace with the world. I have also developed a whole lot of patience with unsolved mysteries of the heart. I am taking it one day at a time and am confident that all will be well in the end.
This book has taught me a lot, I have learnt to smile through my struggling tears, laugh in the face of adversity and stand tall when confronted with life’s innumerable stresses and problems. You become a better person in the process of reaching your destination, so I have started enjoying the journey to the destination and am sure that one day I will achieve my goals.
“It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.”
Now then there are other blogs on this tour that just might have a book that may inspire you here is the list of blogs on the tour.