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Why Should I Worry When I Can Face the World? | Shibu Nair | Book Review

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Walnut Publication (30 March 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 163 pages

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All of us desire to be happy. We all want stability in life and it’s fair enough. None of us would like to be surrounded by challenges and sadness. None of us would want to drown in the pool of misery. And so we all worry so often about multiple things.

Why Should I Worry When I Can Face the World? by Shibu Nair is an honest attempt of the author to guide readers through his life experiences and learnings. This book is an accumulation of his observations on different aspects of life that fill one with positive energy and optimism.

Divided into 11 chapters, this book sheds light on leading life with gratitude and looking at negatives with rose-tinted glasses (for example: seeing gossip around you as a sign of your success). It also encourages one to move on with an attitude of forgiveness and treating relationships honestly.

Each chapter begins with a relevant quote and ends with a question to provoke the reader to contemplate what they read. The writing is fairly simple and the lessons are easy to understand. It talks about overcoming challenges, maintaining healthy relationships, self-awareness, and emotional stability with ease.

I liked the book’s snackable structure and the fact it is kept very simple to engage all segments of readers. I have highlighted some of the lines for coming back to this book as and when I would need it. Recommend to all the beginners of self-help books. Others can also read it for a different perspective and gentle reminders 🙂

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