Who am I?
What am I doing here?
Where do I go from here?
We are all plagued with such questions from time to time. But do we have definitive answers for them? Nope. We get so lost in the vicious circle of routine and life that we forget to take a moment – to think, to breathe, to pray, to be.
Just like we detox our bodies of waste every now and then, it is equally important to remove the cobwebs from our mind and spirit. The mental pilgrimage can help us get closer to the answers … and the Source. For this, we don’t even need an elaborate change of schedule; just a few moments in the day filled with a kind, simple, rooted thought can do the trick.
In this book, the author has given a succinct thought for each day of the year. The one on your birthday will be particularly relevant to you. As for the others, they should answer the questions that have been taxing you off and on for a long time.
So, read on, draw your own conclusions, discover your purpose and find yourselves.
Lakshmi Narayan began her career in journalism with The Times of India group. She went on to become the editor of Flair and Eve’s Weekly and worked in Dubai and Singapore as a journalist before returning to India. Her book Bonsai Kitten received critical acclaim and was long-listed for prestigious literary awards in India and abroad. She lives in Mumbai with her husband Arun, a retired banker, and her two gorgeous rescued dogs, Donna and Tiger, who rule her completely.