This book is a collection of connections captured by those eyes of perception, whose reality changed that very day he decided to quit smoking cigarettes. He started smoking when he was in high school; since then smoking became his most sought-after addiction. He smoked day in and day out, but one fine day out of the blue moon, he thought, Hey! What if I quit smoking for a few days?
He set course for this journey of fifteen days, where he recorded every single day of his feelings in a diary. All his withdrawal symptoms, all his divergent emotions, all his passion, his incentive of inspiration from God, love, compassion, and observation stored in that Pandora's box of perspiration, where connectivity is established within the beauty and association is amongst that very beauty and this diary.
This diary worked as a charm for him, an ardent smoker once, who is now on his road to redemption. Not only smoking, but now his very perspective toward life has taken a turn; all he can see and visualize on the other side is happiness and happiness alone.
That guy is me, Tarun Krishna. This is my book, I Wish I Can.
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.24(d)|