My Profound Thoughts

Simple yet subtle.. Profoundly silly yet thought-provoking.. Sums up life..

Why has nobody told me this before?

I was skimming through the book display shelf in the supermarket, and this title caught my eye:

“Why has nobody told me this before?”

I felt an unknown pull towards it and an unusual urge to read.

“That’s interesting”, I thought.

I didn’t think twice when I grabbed the book and placed it on the shopping trolley.

I started with the introduction; I would be lying if I said it didn’t pique my interest. It’s all about understanding how our minds work so we can build resilience by healthily dealing with our emotions.

Following the introduction, I moved straight to the topic of motivation. As I turned the pages one by one, a smile formed on my face. I finished a few more chapters and sat back, reflecting on what I had read.

And I spoke out,

“Thanks, Dr Julie Smith, but why has nobody told me this before?”

I can’t wait to read the rest of the chapters, but at the same time, I don’t want to overdo it and tire myself.

Our minds are complex, and understanding them is even more complicated. So let me give it a try; until then, take care, guys.

Much Love ❤️& God bless

~Chinchu Gibu

P.S. I will give a review once I finish reading the book.

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About Me

I am Chinchu Kuriakose aka Chinchu Gibu. I am a writer/ blogger with a vision of spreading positivity and good cheer to the world and a Clinical Research Nurse by profession, working in Cancer Research. The creative side of me adores nature, humanity, romance and emotions; while the professional side of me works on research protocols and evidence-based practice. When a feeling, a moment, a thought or a memory touches my heart, it flows as words. I do it with passion; I do it with love. Yes, it is my profound thoughts that I would like to think a bit louder, so I could share a piece of it with the outer world.


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