A book is a gift that you can open again and again.
-Garrison Keelor (American writer)
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Let’s start with the story of two different families, one in which parents spent more of their earnings on providing material comforts to their children, and less on knowledge-books-intellectual development. The second neighboring family was the opposite, where the emphasis was on the intellectual development of the children first. He used to buy a lot of books, papers, cartoon books. A mini library was built in the house. Acquiring knowledge for the sake of knowledge had become a habit.
Time passed, and the world changed. The children who thought that material comforts were more important, they were not able to adjust to the new world and new ways of doing things. But the children of other families were adapting themselves to the knowledge economy because of their more intellectual orientation. He found learning new things fun, not a burden.
Soon, the difference between them became very clear. Do you know what happened? The first family focused on eating the fish they caught today, and the second taught their children how to fish. Made them independent and gave them the tools by which they become confident.
If you are a parent, buy books for your children. Buy books if you are a professional. And if you are a student then ask the parents to buy the books.
Consistent reading, and reading, improves focus, memory, empathy and communication skills. Reading Habit greatly broadens your thinking range, and you develop better as a human being.
I want to tell you 8 Books to Read – Ready?
Buy these books today and start your personal library
1) The Alchemist
It is a novel by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho which was first published in 1988. It focuses on the pursuit of individual and personal dreams as a positive contribution to the ‘Soul (Soul) of the World’. It shows that the hindrances in one’s personal life are only hindrances – not blockades. It explores the meaning of ‘living the dream’. Apart from this it is written in simple language, And this book is ideal for people who are beginning to read English.
2) Who Moved My Cheese
Written in simple English by Dr. Spencer Johnson, this book encourages the reader to adapt to the changes in our environment with ease and flexibility. Taking the example of two pairs of rats, the author defines how easy and difficult we can make our lives by accepting or rejecting the changes that happen in our lives. It will teach you to be flexible.
3) The Kite Runner
It is the first novel by Afghan-American author Khalid Hosseini, which addresses friendship, betrayal, guilt and redemption. It shows how these threads can affect the lives of you and those around you. It definitely makes you aware of the bigger picture. This is a beautiful depiction of the will to live life.
4) To Kill a Mockingbird
This novel by American author Harper Lee was published in 1960 and became an instant success. It looks closely at racism and injustice as well as how good and bad things coexist in the same community. This book will awaken humanity in you.
5) Ikigai – The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life
Helps you to be more positive from within. It teaches you to focus on peace of mind and the will to live while inspiring you to feel at peace with yourself and your life. Positivity comes from within when you put your goals, healthy lifestyle and purpose in the right perspective.
6) Chanakya’s Chant
This novel is written by an Indian writer Ashwin Sanghi. It is an attempt to help fictionalize the life story of Chanakya, a guru and a strategist. Though it is a fictional novel, but as far as Chanakya’s character is concerned, the reader feels it to be real. Its english is simple.
7) Rich Dad Poor Dad
This is a 1997 book by Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon Letcher. If you don’t want to struggle all your life just by working hard, but also want to keep on increasing the money earned by cleverly, so that the coming generation does not remain entangled in economic troubles only. This book has the power to change your life completely.
8) How to Win Friends and Influence People
This is a 1936 bestseller self-help book written by Dale Carnegie. The English of the book is simple and easy to understand by all. It teaches you to build good relationships with people, so that you learn to focus on smooth relationships instead of friction.
Today’s career fundament is that every modern thinking student, professional and parent must invest in books, and start today.
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