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How a book changed my life

 

 

Yes, dear friend you heard it right. A book can change a person`s life. Take the example of mine.  I was a boy of shattered hope and drowned with depression. So much so that I often lose any hope to live though never thought to commit suicide.

Actually not many years ago I realized that I was suffering from OCD (Obsessive Cumulative Disorder). In my case I am inclined to lost in thoughts. A thought continuously come to your mind, you cannot come out from that thought. A situation becomes grim and awe when you cannot able to concentrate in your study, eating, sleeping even breathing. The particular thought pierce you again and again which you can`t drive away. I was shattered and asked help from my parents to consult a doctor. But they did not understand my condition and thought that the hormonal change in the youth has caused that unconventional behavior.


I went to college with these monsterous thoughts  crawling  in my mind all the time.  I could not sleep at night. I shivered in winter, sweated in summer but it followed and haunted me everywhere. My self confidence became nil and I was afraid to face the life.

 

 

Then I got the book and things began to change. Not in an instant though but gradually. And the book which changed my life is “Stop worrying and start living”, by Dale Carnegie. I was inclined towards books from my childhood. But this book really became part of my life. I read it again and again. It become my Gita, Bible, Quran, Tripitak, you name it.

 

 

It changed my life from depressed and doomed to a wonderful, happy life. Though I am not very much famous or wealthy, I am happy from my inner self and positive in my attitude.

 

 

With these words I sum up for today. Please do comment if you find it interesting in any way. See you soon.

Here is the link of the book which you can check it out.

 

 

 

  • Nice heartfelt post… And a good book. What was your favourite part?

    • Thanks mate. Seven golden rules to cultivate peace, chapter 4.

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    • I really wish there were more arctelis like this on the web.

  • Interesting. Though I’m not much of a book reader. I don’t have much time for it.

    • Thanks for comment. You can definitely try it.

      • This is what we need – an insight to make evorneye think

    • This piece was cogent, weitnwrllte-, and pithy.

  • I have not yet read this book but it sounds very inspirational! I will have to check it out! Thanks!

    • Please check it out. It really can change life.

    • Mwhaahhaahaaa … and the dreams will keep coming, more vivid, more real, more spooky and scarier …until you come back to GROUP, Quirks. (wink)Great episode, love the twisted ending, lol.

  • Thanks for sharing your experience. Self happiness is really important.

    • Thanks for your comment. Very true that self happiness is important.

  • Bella Leong

    Interesting! Make me want to read this book too.

    • Please read. It will definitely help you. Thanks for the comment.

      • I’m not wohtry to be in the same forum. ROTFL

    • I read your potsnig and was jealous

  • Very nicely written, I have had such experiences earlier with some books too.

    • Thanks for commenting.

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  • I really like this book. Self happiness is the thing much people forgot about. They’re chasing money, job etc. without thinking about how much valuable they really are.

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  • Thus far the book that i love the most is the secret and the kitchen soup for the soul series. Some of the stories really moved me.

  • Wait, I cannot fathom it being so stdroghtfiawarr.