KALEIDOSCOPE – COLOURS OF LIFE
A LIVING SERIES: BOOK 3
“Patience helps you endure all the troubles and issues that bother you. When you reach a stage, where the only remaining option is to release the things that are clinging on to you and pause your life, you feel enlightened and feel the positive impact of the change, and you no longer see yourself a victim of life.
Kaleidoscope – Colours of Life is a of inspiring stories, suggestive poignant thoughts and ideologies that serve as a guide in every stage of life. Interlaced with threads of experiences of life and the lessons learnt from them, the book depicts seven inspiring stories weaved into the magnificent array of a rainbow. Charting the various shades of life, the book further highlights the ups and downs of each of the characters, who are embedded here as a metaphor for a rainbow, in the patio of a plethora of circumstances.
By sharing wisdom, experiences and insights, Kaleidoscope – Colours of Life intends to deliver a message that will inspire and empower the readers to sense happiness and contentment, and help them to navigate life as a truly confident individual.”
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Inderjit Kaur is an author, motivator with a powerful voice of spreading positive words through her writings. A highly influential blogger and inspirational guide who with her tag line ‘Keep smiling, keep shining’, has brewed up with the original concept of living through her books of A living series.
Review: There are plenty of self help books in the market that helps us in various topics but there are only a few that helps in bringing positivity in our lives and that too with some lovely stories to start with. The book is divided into 2 parts; Part A: Rainbow and Part B: Contrast and Hues. What amazes me is the author’s capability to bring positivity, motivation and colours together to explain things that can help us to stay positive when the chips are down.
The author chooses the colours of rainbow to bring to us seven wonderful stories with a dash of hope and positive outlook towards life. Along with that, the stories have an undercurrent of plenty of emotions with fizz that are waiting to spilled out, just as the reader starts reading the book.
The Part B can be summed up as an ultimate guide to look up to when you are in search of some motivation and positivity in life. I started reading quickly but then decided to go slow, absorb what the author has to say, and only when I am sure that I have understood it correctly and brought some things into practice, I started reading further. Along with motivation and loads of positivity, the Part B also teaches us things to do, to stay committed and focused on the goals.
So what I liked in the book is:
1) Giving hope to the readers that no situation will stay the same. Things will take a turn for the good. So all you have to do is stay afloat and wait to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
2) The way the author has put across all that she had to say by comparing the colours of rainbow to stay optimistic and positive, along with a mini guide on staying motivated is commendable.
3) Using some simple stories that speak about strength, positive outlook and having a lovely quote at the end is what I could easily connect with.
The only thing that some may not like is that there is way too much of positivity and motivation throughout the book. So, my advice will be to read slowly, imbibe what the author has to say and then move forward.
Also, I did find some proof reading errors but that in no way takes away the charm of reading this lovely self help book.
Overall: I liked reading this book and will come back time and again to help me stay motivated in some difficult situations and trying times.
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