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Top 3 Awesome Fiction Books

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Hey friends! I just thought to write a quick post but not compromise on quality. So here it is… Top 5 Awesome Fiction Blogs! [My list]

So, here we go:

1. 2 States

A great book. With a great story, great characters, great comedy and a must-read for all narrow-minded people out there! Get this book and you’ll just love this. Let’s make India truly secular. So you’re from which state? I am from India! 🙂

Author: Chetan Bhagat

2. The Lost Symbol

AHA! My favorite! This book just blew my mind away. Dan Brown’s a genius! By simply reading and enjoying the fun, you also get to learn so many things about ancient wisdom, ancient mysteries, noetic science (in my opinion, scientific name for the law of attraction), and the true secret behind the making of Washington, D.C.

Author: Dan Brown

3. The Inheritance of Loss

Awesome, great, smooth, classic, best of best, these are the words which themselves express what is in this book. It’s so smooth and addicting that you can just feel the aroma of Kanchenjunga! Great work! This is the best book that I’ve ever read!

Author: Kiran Desai [does anyone know her website?]

And if you wanna share your list, feel free! Just comment on this post! 🙂

Thanks for checking this list out!


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Hey dude! Take the First Step

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A few months back, I was teaching a friend of mine how to use the law of attraction in his life. At first he opposed that how is it possible to get whatever you can by simply giving your thoughts towards it. But after I gave him some examples of how people didn’t believe when Galileo said that the earth is round and also when Newton said that there’s a force that keeps us on the ground. People didn’t believe them, but now we call them Geniuses. Because they knew they were great, and ultimately they became. At this I remember a thought:

I am great. I said that before I knew I was.

~ Muhammad Ali, boxing champion.

And after I convinced him that he can change his life by using the law of attraction, he began using it. But, after some days he came to me and said that he wasn’t getting what he wanted. Then I checked all the things that he should be doing. He said okay, he’ll try now. Then again, after a week, he came to me and said that still he’s not getting anything. Then I rechecked all the points and asked him a simple question: “What do you think while studying?”. He answered, “I think that I know everything and I will get good grades.” Now I was a bit confused. So I asked him, “What do you do after thinking that?” He answered, “When I think that, I become tension free, and I go to have fun with my other friends or do stuff that I do on a holiday.” And I was like, “AHA! Gotcha!”

I said that, if you’ll not take the first step of what is needed for getting good grades, then how will you get it? He was now giving me strange look, and after some thinking he asked me, “You told that we can get anything without any effort putting in.” And yeah, it was true. But then I said that you have to take the first step. You can’t build a building without putting the foundation rock/brick. First you have to take appropriate steps.

Take the first step, you don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step in faith.

~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Then he said, “Then what is special about this law of attraction?” And I said, “First you have to start studying. The law of attraction is no less than magic, but it works only when you take the first step. And when you’ll start studying, it’ll no effort for you to study “hard” as all the teachers say.” He agreed and now he uses the law of attraction for a single sip of Pepsi too! 😀

So all you law of attraction users, hope this was a good reading experience for you all! 🙂

Thanks for reading!


Let’s Love Everyone!

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Today I watched the movie version of Ann Frank’s Diary! Loved it, an awesome movie! 🙂

While watching that, I wonder how cruel Hitler was. Killing huge masses of people – Women, men, children, everyone. I wonder how much hatred he had inside him for Jews and handicapped Germans. But at the same time his love for his country Germany was extraordinary.

But, what he did was not at all humanity. It was devilism (as I call it!). But he was a great orator. People say, whatever he said, people believed that blindly. Even the idea of mass killing. This was his plus point.

But if we keep cruelty aside out of Hitler’s character, then we will see how awesome he was. He was a good speaker, an honest man, a very sort out person. He was like a diamond. The thing, he putted all his jewels at the wrong place and ended up killing himself and his wife.

This is the reason why we call all the strict teachers, parents etc. Hitler sometimes! 😉

But why spread hatred all around when you have such a set of good qualities? This is the main reason why I am writing this post. Let’s spread love, humanity and everything good (as in Powerpuff girls! I know you watched it! ;))

Give love without expecting anything from anyone and feel that feeling and feel AWESOME about what you’ve done! And I promise that you’ll get love and other loads of things that you wanted from others. Let’s kick out envy, hatred and everything bad out of your house (your body)!

My request to you all: LET’S SPREAD LOVE!

Thanx for reading!


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