Discussion in 'Book Lovers' started by Shanvy, Feb 5, 2017.
Edited: Hmm, thinking, thinking, thinking, who knows the leechy cutekins could be on IL. Removed.
How did you edit ? I understand we can neither edit or delete a post in IL..
I pulled few strings, they [strings] snapped. Then I tried to bribe the incorruptible officials in IL Ministry.
Gifts, hampers, coupons. Nothing worked.
Hacked the server. Flipped to a restore point. Didn't work.
Panicked, wailed, DOS attack on the host to crash it to reboot. Not a chance.
More silk, salt, sandalwood, beans, khichdi, biryani ...as kickbacks
Threats, molotovs, tomahawks. Zinch!
Distraught, I edited the post the last ... 59th ... minute (before the edit window timed out 1 hour from create time)
Ha ha thanks dr .. now I know how to edit in the first minute no need to go through all the other procedures
A good question posted by ur DS .my blessings to him.
i can say some minimum ten books - Autobiography of a Yogi, Dheivattin Kural, ponniyin selvan,Panchadhashi ( religion & philosophy),Yoga,enlightenment and perfection,Latchiyavaathi,Sivagamiyin sabadham,Innocent,Rudra veenai, A set of lessons by YSS to their students.
When it comes to answer the question only Autobiography of a Yogi & Dheivattin Kural,
" the woods are lovely dark & deep but i have promises to keep & miles to go before i sleep"
There are many good writers and thought provoking books so pinning down one particular book is difficult. I did enjoy The Amazing Results of Positive Thinking by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. I've also recommended to others who go through some difficult times.
Recently I recalled the name of HRF Keating, with ref. to what sorts of books are easy reads and help in improving one's English Language skills, especially in this age of thin attention spans.
here is another writer (~ same period, same genre) who demands a little more attention, but pays back well.
Gaudy Night by Dorothy L Sayers – a weighty novel that still thrills