- After reading Krishnayan, read Rahul Pandita's 'Our Moon Has Blood Clots'. Amazing read and was moved by reading the plight of Kashmiri Pandit's. A few months back I'd also read a similar book by Bashrat Peer 'Curfewed Nights', which was from the viewpoint of a Kashmiri Muslim.
- Now will start reading Dhruv Bhatt's 'Na Iti'.
- Coronavirus is now in nearby houses as well. Also, in office 2-3 persons are affected. Luckily, I didn't had much interaction with them.
I was reading Robin Sharma's - "Who Will Cry When You Die?" . Love reading the book because I can start reading from any page. And each small lesson of these little book provides food for thought. I read this book whenever I'm short of time, but want to read. It is great. A small excerpt from the very first lesson of the book: We can fire a missile across the world with pinpoint accuracy, but we have trouble keeping a date with our children to go to the library. We have e-mail, fax machines and digital phones so that we can stay connected and yet we live in a time where human beings have never been less connected. We have lost touch with our humanity. We have lost touch with our purpose. We have lost sight of the things that matter the most. Isn't it worth pondering? We're busy checking our phones and emails every 5 minutes but we forget to check our purpose, our goals and our family members. We continuously try to refresh our news feed on Facebook