Some thoughts on these books, by Kulwinder Kaur
I know everyone will think differently about these books. But I also think that the thoughts in these books will resonate with yours. There are experiences that have been recounted in these books which you will find familiar. Before we can really discuss any further, I would request you to read the booklets, just as I have.
I liked what I read. That's not because I know the writers, but because I find in the texts a reflection of the life around us. Have you ever thought that every utterance is related with another? That is the case with the writings in these booklets as well.
A few days back, I took the book box home. I was happy that all of us could read parts of it together. When family members, relatives and friends read the books, they said the books were nice. But nice is such an ambiguous word. Couldn't they follow the thoughts in the books? I asked them if there wasn't anything in what they read which struck them as new, or which they hadn't encountered before.
That is what I would like to ask you as well. How does it feel to be introduced to thirty different ways of thinking?
Now Love Anand will talk about the relation between reading and moods!
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