Happiness Is All We Want! by Ashutosh Mishra | Book Review

The author of this book, Happiness Is All We Want!, Ashutosh Mishra, approached me for an honest review in exchange for a review copy.
The title of the book, Happiness Is All We Want! is simple but true. Whatever we crave for in life, our basic thought process leads us to happiness, be it health, or wealth. There is no limit to what we want for ourselves. In that very breath, there is also the point that many-a-times, we tend to be people-pleasers and don’t pay proper attention to what our body, mind, and soul need.

Think With Me by Subrata Roy Sahara | Book Review

Saharasri Subrata Roy Sahara – I knew that this man, a brilliant businessman, was arrested in 2014. But I didn’t know why. It doesn’t matter early in this review, but it somewhat dented my opinion of him when I read the book with his arrest in mind. I agreed to review Think With Me, the second instalment in his Thoughts from Tihar, because I hoped to see some level-headed arguments from this well-read man.

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson | Book Review

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson is a purely unbiased biography of who could possibly be the most influential visionary the world has ever seen. Yes, at the time, he seemed to have been overhyped. He was worshipped like a God. But after reading Isaacson’s well-researched account of Jobs’ life, I think that maybe he was a God in his own ways.

AB de Villiers – Decoding Mr. 360 In His Own Words | Thoughts

It is common knowledge that South African cricketer AB de Villiers is a phenomenon on his own. I don’t think any cricketer is loved as unconditionally across nations as he is. His humility, his humanity, his understated swashbuckling nature, his devotion to the sport and his family, and his smile that reflects his good natured heart are what defines him. And to read his story in his own words – sometimes heartwarmingly humorous – in AB de Villiers – The Autobiography, was something of an emotional journey for me as a quiet admirer.