The Narrow Path of Life

Life is a narrow road, isn’t it? It is full of difficult choices, steep falls, sharp twists and yet we manoeuvre through them all – sometimes through sheer grit and determination; sometimes through the support of family and friends.

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Being too philosophical, aren’t I? Can’t help it. Reading ‘To Cancer, With Love‘ by Neelam Kumar is doing that to me. Would suggest you pick up a copy now. Shall surely post the review too, but trust me when I say you needn’t wait for it. Strongly recommend it to whoever has faced challenges and overcome obstacles in life.

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  • Bharath Upendra
    Posted at 14:45h, 04 August Reply

    Have you read ‘For one more day’ ??

    • Wandering Soul
      Posted at 15:00h, 04 August Reply

      Nope! Is it non-fiction?

      • Bharath Upendra
        Posted at 17:36h, 04 August Reply

        It is fiction but it’s really good.
        You must me familiar with ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’ aren’t you?

        • Wandering Soul
          Posted at 17:53h, 04 August Reply

          Em… No, again! 🙁

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 00:18h, 05 August

            Then try reading both of them. The author is Mitch Albom. You seriously missed two wonderful books.

          • Wandering Soul
            Posted at 14:13h, 05 August

            Adding it to my ever-growing list! 😀

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 14:17h, 05 August

            Then let me add another one, The Five People You Meet In Heaven by the Same author.

          • Wandering Soul
            Posted at 14:20h, 05 August

            :O Someone save me from this ‘Second Book Flood’! 😀

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 14:22h, 05 August

            You started it!!!😎

          • Wandering Soul
            Posted at 14:25h, 05 August

            Oh no, not referring to your recommendations. Referring to the many, many, many recommendations that are flowing in. That when I was already under deluge as shared in an earlier post. 😀

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 14:30h, 05 August

            Haha! Okie dokie.😀

          • Wandering Soul
            Posted at 14:35h, 05 August

            Thank you for your recommendations. Adding them to my list. Wondering when I shall actually get to reading them. LOL.

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 14:39h, 05 August

            I’m looking for some memoirs. You can suggest me some, if you want to.

          • Wandering Soul
            Posted at 14:42h, 05 August

            Helen Keller! And ‘To Cancer, With Love’. Both are must read, I think!

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 14:43h, 05 August

            I’d like to read something that’s gritty

          • Wandering Soul
            Posted at 15:00h, 05 August

            What could be more gritty than being blind, deaf and dumb all your life or battling, no beating Cancer (twice, that too)?! 🙂

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 15:02h, 05 August

            Something related to world wars and PTSD

          • Wandering Soul
            Posted at 15:03h, 05 August

            Oh!!! No idea at all. I’m far away from World War and PTSD. Wait, I’ll ask in my book club.

          • Bharath Upendra
            Posted at 15:09h, 05 August

            Thank you

  • Feelings and Freedom
    Posted at 14:59h, 04 August Reply

    Hmm…another one added to my reading list 😉

    • Wandering Soul
      Posted at 15:38h, 04 August Reply

      Absolutely worth pushing it to the top of the pile. The other books can wait. 🙂

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