Journey or Destiny

Many of us forget to enjoy the journey, ignore to look around and long to reach the destiny to enjoy the life.

The most happy moments of our life may not be the time we had a party or celebration. It may be a simple act of kindness and help we received in time from a friend without even asking for it. Our help for other need not be with material or finance. If we continue to help everyone whenever we get a chance, we too will find a hand when we are desperately need the support.

A smile, a kind words will bring us some blessings.

Let us enjoy the journey of life and make everyone around us feel comfortable and get a sound sleep in the night with less worries.

Rupees inside the Saree

It was 10.30 am, 21st June 2007 I had received telephone call while I was in Mearsk Oil office at Doha. It was the shocking news of my mother’s death .. It shattered me and didn’t know what to do. My collegues and relatives helped me to board the night flight to Kochi. There was lot of uncertainty about getting the passport stamped with exit permit on time, it was done with the help of friends in the administration of my sponsor Ramboll Oil and Gas. We reached my native place Attoor in time to see my mother for the last time and I did my last rites. After few days of her death I was unpacking her cabinet and suddenly few Rupees from the bundle of her sarees. It was Rs. 6000/-. I recollected the fact that it was the previous month money I had sent to my father. My eyes filled with tears and left breathless for few minutes.

Today is 10th Oct 2020, the 15th death Anniversary of my beloved father. I was talking with my sister and during the conversation she reminded me about some memory of my mother. I scribbled these few lines remembering her last days.

May their soul rest in peace.

E-Books special publisher review of My Precious Dreams

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Book – " My precious Dreams" Author – @Rajan_vkokkuri Page Count: 133 Rating :⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Go and grab your copy @https://amzn.to/3mBe7Lx Review:-The book has a collection of short and real-life stories of the Author. Each and every chapter of the author's life connects me to a beautiful illusion of a dream. The book is a collection of 5 stories : 1.The Rare Footsteps 2.Love Buds in Bloom 3.By 2 Coffe again 4. Will I See Him Again 5. Destiny The author has a pen downed his whole life in different chapters with a meaning conclusion. When I was reading the childhood of the author, I could connect myself to an old yet the beautiful India where 1 paisa even mattered a lot, unlike today where there is no value for any relation. The author shares the affection and love that his parents showered on him. He defines his father, who was in the army, as his inspiration. The author made me cry almost all the places, especially where he shares how his father used to sacrifice his own wishes and requirements for him.🥺🥺 Reading the love of parents, I now feel so blessed that God has given me so loving parents.🤩🙏 This book also takes you on a journey to enjoy your school memories along with the authors. 😝 The book has everything from the love of Parents to, first love, from first date/crush to husband-wife misunderstandings, from true friendship to adulthood, from school memories to job's hard work, and even more. All in all, it's a total pack of entertainment, emotions, and love. ❣ Give this book a try. It is relatable and relevant. You will find it refreshing and really helpful. The Cover is full of hope and happy vibes. The narration is smooth. All human emotions have been described elaborately. I wish the book has not ended.

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