World is a repository of books. In the race of human Innovation, we have achieved an altogether different level where millions and trillions of books are present today, which shows how far we have come. Everyone read books and learn lesson from them but the hard part is living up to them every day.
A perfect life lesson Encyclopedia by Robin Sharma
In recent times, I have read many books but, if someone asks for my favorite book, the first book that strikes in my mind is “Who will cry when you die”. A perfect life lesson Encyclopedia by Robin Sharma. The Canadian author Robin Sharma, who walked away from his career at the age of 25, due to dissatisfaction from his life, and presently he is known as the “life leadership guru” and is among the International bestseller.
“Who will cry when you die”, a very special book, containing a wholesome package of 101 chapters helps you differentiate your life in a way that earlier had not been so easy.
Will those people who are close to me cry or not ?
The name “who will cry when you die” tells a lot about this book. My mind perceived a mixed reaction after reading the name of the book, Questions started raising in my mind, like after my death, Will those people who are close to me cry or not ? I should live my life in a way that when I say my last goodbye to the world, people should remember me in their good books? Hence my curiosity reached another level and I decided that my next reading stop will be this book written by Robin Sharma.
If so, then this book is for you
The most attractive feature of this book is the way the author wants us to look at the perspective of life. Do you feel like life is like a ship without a compass and you don’t know where you are going? If so, then this book is for you.
Added flavor to each and every chapter of the book
Addition of quotes have added flavor to each and every chapter of the book. “Talk to yourself” chapter makes us understand the importance of talking to ourselves. We learn that the words that enlighten our soul are more precious than jewels. In times of trouble, we complain and we make excuses rather we should see our troubles as blessings. Another interesting chapter of this book ”See your Troubles as Blessing” teaches us to have patience with everything that remains unsolved in your heart, Time will come.