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A (Good) Book is Wisdom Immortalised

I’ve had this book since 2016 and could never quite read even half of it at every attempt and I’ve attempted at least on 3 occasions.

A few days ago, I brought it out together with 2 other books and placed them on my table. One’s on Albert Einstein and the other is a collection of lost stories by one of the greatest writers ever F. Scott Fitzgerald’s lost stories. I know why now these books came out with me – because there are a few things I needed to see from one of them and it is only now that I can resonate with its meaning.

If I could, I would extract all the important stuff and share it here but there’s just too many. So, consider this some of the better suited ones I’ve extracted for a quick share today, courtesy of “Life Without Limits” by Nick Vujicic.

“Some injuries heal more quickly if you keep moving.” – referring of course not to the physical injuries but life scars and stuff like mental anguish. But I was just informed by a friend that some physical injuries do heal quicker when there’s movement like blood flow.

“If you aren’t where you want to be or you haven’t achieved all you hope to achieve, the reason most likely resides not around you but within you.”

“When you find your true purpose, passion follows. You absolutely live to pursue it.”

And here’s one more on finding what you’re destined to do…

Have you found what you're destined to do?
Manage to connect the dots?

This is why I reckon printed books have still got it. While I have not really open the other 2 books, Nick’s Life Without Limits already had a winning run yesterday and I’m only on Chapter 1. Can you imagine what else I will find?


A good book is indeed wisdom immortalised and Life Without Limits by Nick Vujicic is definitely one of it.
A good book is indeed wisdom immortalised and Life Without Limits by Nick Vujicic is definitely one of it.
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