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The outbreak of COVID-19 or Coronavirus is the most recent danger that the world is facing today. With more than 2.7 Million positive instances of the infection and more than 190,000 casualties announced until now, the pandemic has surprised the world and there is absolute disorder and frenzy surrounding us. Yet, the main likely approach to spend brutal conditions such as these is by keeping up energy noticeable all around and what preferable approach to do as such over by perusing inspirational books?
Books are viewed as your closest companions in every walk of your life. Going from reading material, every day diaries and persuasive books, they actually discover importance in all circles of life - regardless of whether it is to pick up information or to loosen up your brain. Despite the fact that the appearance of innovation and the web has changed our way of life complex, yet books consistently locate a unique spot in our souls. What's more, experiencing the period of lockdown, there are a huge number of inspirational books around you to help you resisting the urge to panic
Here are 03 interesting books to read in this phase of lockdown to stay positive in the ongoing health crisis.
Formerly written in Portuguese, The Alchemist turned out to be an international bestseller and has then been interpreted in various languages. Written by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho, the story orbits around Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy. After a recurrent dream that he believes to be predictive, he sets forth to discover a treasure in the Pyramids of Egypt. But instead of locating the treasure, the boy goes on an unexpected journey of self-discovery.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho—an ageless tale of the quest of one's dreams and the powerful teachings to be learned along the way, centres on hope—something we can all use more of during these trying and uncertain times (COVID-19).
With shelter-in-place orders presently mandated across cities and states all over the world, many are growing increasingly exhausted of the monotony of their routines. In this time, days can easily become quiet and mundane. Nevertheless, we can find the good in each day, if we decide to look for it. This is practicing gratitude—a theme that arises often throughout the book. Certainly, we can all discover something to be grateful for every day if we hunt for the silver linings. And because of the ambiguity we currently face, living in the present-day is important, now more than ever. We may not be certain of what's to come in the future, but we have this one. Remain unwavered in this moment. Do the greatest you can right now, and know that it is sufficient.
The book has moved the hearts of many owing to its theme of chasing your dreams. Possibly through Santiago's journey, you too can become stimulated and embark on your own search––in the comfort of your home, for now.
Though Norman Vincent Peale was a political character in the USA, he is typically recognized today as the author who penned down the self-help book ‘The Power of Positive Thinking’. The Power of Positive Thinking, published in 1952, commences with 10 thumb rules for “overcoming insufficient attitudes and learning to practice faith”. The book then talks about the importance of a peaceful mind, letting go of negative energy, thoughts, emotions, and anger. It says that idealists pursue the valuable lesson in every hindrance or setback. Rather than getting distressed and accusing someone else for what has happened, they take charge over their emotions by saying, “What can I learn from this experience?”
After you learn how to ponder positive thoughts, you will notice remarkable changes all around you. Your brain will actually start to function in a state of free-flowing feel-good hormones called endorphins, which will make you feel light and contented. You’ll also notice a major lift in confidence and will feel more proficient of taking on new projects and challenges that might have earlier been outside your comfort zone. If you are looking forward to bringing something positive, this book should definitely be one of the motivational books that you need to read right away!
A book that takes us through the voyage of one woman’s pursuit to free herself of the griefs that plague her life. And on her mission, readers are invited into a fascinating tale of her explorations as she finds pleasure in Italy, harmony in India, and finally stability in Bali. This light-hearted story goes on to show that maybe we don’t need a prince to come to save us from adversities, and all that we require is what is inside of us all along. And what makes the book such a pleasant read is the relatable character of Elizabeth Gilbert. She, like many of us, reaches a fork in the road where she loses her way. She could have collapsed and acted victim her whole life, but what does she do? She sets out to look for answers and sense in her life, and one can’t help but celebrate when she does find what she’s looking for. We spend a good portion of our lives chasing outward means of happiness. The highs, as we’d like to call them. But these highs are fizzy and chasing them all the time will leave us with a sense of unfulfillment and dissatisfaction more than ever. And only by eradicating our evils of ego and want, can we really give ourselves a shot to lifelong happiness.
Because of COVID-19 outbreak, our routines and existences have changed in many ways in the last few months. We have started maintaining cleanliness, even more, started maintaining social distance and the weekends which were spent hanging out with friends are now unused by sitting back at home. Life has turned repetitive following the same routine every day. So, how about bringing some positive energy around with these interesting books?
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