Memories of Farewell

Each moment we live, does not become a memory,
But when the best moments are gone, we feel sorry.
We run after life, to get the most it can give
In the end, when we look behind, we see that we have forgotten to live.

We get only one life, don’t let it slip out
Live each moment to the full and make the memories count.
Start it small, don’t worry about tomorrow
Hold on tightly to your friends
And sweep away all sorrow.
May you rise above all odds in life
With this prayer, we bid you a Goodbye.

The story of unbelievable miracles of life

Do you believe in miracles? Did you ever have any such experience? Tell us in the comments.

Coming to the review, this is a non fiction, memoir. It consists of some personal experiences that are narrated in the form of a story. The book has 13 chapters and around 100 pages. Each chapter focuses on a lesson or moral. But unlike most self help books, here the experience is narrated first and then the lesson is taught. The way in which every story turns out a happy ending from a negative dead end, is sure to bring a smile on the reader’s face. Also, there are many explanations for the Hindu vedic texts and scriptures along with their meanings and advantages. However this book is definitely not religion bias and is enjoyed most, with a secular mindset. If you are looking for a book that can light up your day, or feel that you need a little bit more positivity then this book is highly recommended. You may also try the various activities that are mentioned in the book for your betterment. It will definitely prove to be beneficial.

Stress causes Illness

What is stress?
In physics, stress is the force acting on the unit area of a material. In psychology, stress is a feeling of emotional strain and pressure. But if a common, middle-class, middle-aged man is asked the same question, the answer will be rather simple. The reply will be something like, the tension of expenses, future planning, new challenges of digitalization and of course, this global pandemic that we all are aware of.
What are the consequences of stress?
The positive effects may include, adrenaline rush, a boost in energy, an urge to do something about the situation or finish a pending work. The negative ones will be is headache, followed by nausea, loss of appetite, sleep disorder and exhaustion. Very few people are aware of the long term effects of stress. This includes insomnia, Alzheimer’s disease, irregular heartbeats and premature death. Stress, is also one of the leading causes of depression. Depression, if not treated at the right time, causes mental disorders and even suicides. It is statistically proven, that suicides kill more people than cancer. So it is high time that we take stress and its effects quite seriously.

Classification of Stress:
Stress, according to the symptoms, can be classified into two types:-
 Acute Stress: It has short term effect on the body that mainly causes adrenaline rush and anxiety.
 Chronic stress: It has long term effects that may be a cause of unhealthy lifestyle. It might pose a serious threat to health, if not properly cared.
Chronic stress results in the release of hormones that can adversely affect our regular body functions and nervous system.
• Heart diseases
• Asthma
• Obesity
• Diabetes
• Headaches
• Depression and anxiety
• Gastrointestinal problem
• Alzheimer’s disease
• Accelerating age
• Premature death

How to fight back?
It is very important to understand the causes and effects of stress to avoid it as much as possible. Listed below are some of the common tasks that you can do to avoid stress:-
 Breathe deeply
 Focus on the moment
 Reframe the situation
 If it is related to a past incident, keep in mind the popular phrase “Been there, done that.”
 Have a grateful attitude; try to see the positive side of the situation.
 Try to include yoga or meditation in your daily life.
 Eat a balanced diet.
 Listen to some soothing music before sleep.

Stress is a mass problem, and we must take it seriously before it is too late. Let us therefore, come together and take a pledge to fight against stress and help others around us do the same.


Hello readers! I am Sanjana Das. I am a student. I love reading and reviewing books. I’m currently an author at WFIBSBLOGGING. Apart from reading, I love painting and creative writing.

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