“Money’s greatest intrinsic value—and this can’t be overstated—is its ability to give you control over your time.” I finished reading the first book of 2021. I should say I finished listening to. This was the first-ever audio book experience for me. The book that I completed was The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel. The … Continue reading The Psychology Of Money
Anilaadum Mundril - loosely translated as A Foyer Where Squirrels Play - is a wonderful trip down the memory lane. Especially, if you grew up in the state of Tamil Nadu. This is a wonderful book on relationships written by the late Tamil lyricist, Na. Muthukumar. I have always liked Na. Muthukumar for his poetic … Continue reading A Foyer Where Squirrels Play
I completed reading my second book of the year only today. Today is India’s Independence day and it was a coincidence that I finished reading this book by Darius Foroux today. No, this is not about any of the nations’ independence in anyway. It is all about personal freedom. What it means to be free? … Continue reading What it takes to be free?
The only book that I completed reading this year so far is Essentialism - The disciplined pursuit of less by Greg McKeown. I stumbled upon this book when I was watching a YouTube video on productivity. And I was interested as this was similar to the concept of minimalism that I have been exploring. I … Continue reading Book: Essentialism
Every year, I take up the Goodreads Reading challenge of reading 'n' number of books where 'n' is an insignificant number. This year, as always, I am lagging behind and thought I will catch up a little. I haven't read any Tamil language book this year. I have a great Tamil novel, Parthiban Kanavu, in … Continue reading Book Review: Kolaigal Oivathillai