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Friday, September 18, 2020

My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Notion Press
Genre - Non-Fiction
Publishing year - 2018
Language - English
ISBN - 978-1-64249-835-6
Pages - 380 

My Review - 

Creativity involves two process - thinking and producing. If you have ideas but do not act, you are imaginative not creative.

A debut book was written by Rachit Ghate 'Mark' leaves definitely a mark in the reader's mind by his profound thinking and take on human life. As the subtitle suggests Unleash, Confront, and Conquer, the book assists us to understand the birth to death cycle, and all the major phases of it.

Being born as a human, we have responsibilities towards nature and other living creatures which we often ignore. We can grow and attain higher knowledge, but our selfishness stops us all the time. Our external environment also hinders the internal self and binds us to worldly norms. In Bring 'EM ON the author explains subtly that how we are wasting our precious time and, in the end, we are all alone. 

He further portrays different scenarios where one can understand how a person can only think about himself/herself first, even to lend a helping hand, which is quite true. Unconditional help is rare to find these days, but it doesn't mean one can stop helping others or thinking about doing good deeds. 

Sometimes I accept his views, and sometimes I felt that no this is not working for me, like when he talks about not opening or sharing your beliefs with someone else. I know that people are manipulative and we can't share everything with everyone, but as a human, we all need support and a person to depend on, and here comes another contradictory thought, according to the author one can rely only on themselves which is true, but again everyone holds different opinions. This happened to me throughout the book, and it assists me to contemplate almost every aspect of my life. 

Also, the reason why it took me so long to finish reading it, and I know if you're going to pick this book, you can relate to me as well. What I really like about this book is that Rachit Ghate didn't impose his views, he simply stated it and leaves up to the reader to examine it according to their ability. The book is adorned with some inspiring quotes, but it is not a basic self-help book, so it is not for beginners. 

Instead of that, the author creates a modest, introspective, and intense novel that I recommend to those who are very much into this subject and looking for some intellectual personality development books. 

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1 comment:

  1. I love his book. I can randomly open it up to any page and pull out a pearl of wisdom. And I do it quite often.


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