You Don’t Need a Permission To Start Living a Creative Life! From “Big Magic” By Elizabeth Gilbert

  How many of you have "crazy" dreams and goals that you wanted to pursue then you ended up giving up on them after telling a friend or a family member about them? How many projects and hobbies you wanted to start doing then you end up saying" oh well, they are not important" just … Continue reading You Don’t Need a Permission To Start Living a Creative Life! From “Big Magic” By Elizabeth Gilbert

Do You want Some Magic In Your Life? Have Courage! From “Big Magic” By Elizabeth Gilbert

I have always been a big fan of the author Elizabeth Gilbert. It started after reading her book "Eat Pray Love". I absolutely fell in love with her writing style, her bold and blunt way of expressing herself and her amazing sense of humor! For now let's focus on this gem here; her most recent … Continue reading Do You want Some Magic In Your Life? Have Courage! From “Big Magic” By Elizabeth Gilbert

Lessons in Love, Life and Spirituality from “By the River Piedra I sat Down and Wept” by Paulo Coelho

  " By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept" by Paulo Coelho is a book that I can only describe as life-changing. I personally related to the main character, Pilar, who was looking for a greater meaning for her existence, while trying to manage between university and work. I would highly recommend this … Continue reading Lessons in Love, Life and Spirituality from “By the River Piedra I sat Down and Wept” by Paulo Coelho

Are You Looking for Miracles? Look Around you! From”By The River Piedra I sat Down and Wept” by Paulo Coelho

Paulo Coelho starts the book with a story in order to illustrate what this book is about. This book reminds us that the extraordinary is happening right now. As Paulo Coelho stated " Rarely do we realize that we are in the midst of the extraordinary". This statement hit me we are always preoccupied with … Continue reading Are You Looking for Miracles? Look Around you! From”By The River Piedra I sat Down and Wept” by Paulo Coelho