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Be Thankful

Be Thankful

Be thankful for what you have. It is very easy, very very easy to take many things for granted in our life. Just for a moment imagine the life of a person who lost his leg in an accident. He cant play football, or run in the grass, or just walk like you do. Still there is hope. It can just be you next time. One common road accident and its done.

Be thankful for what you have.


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I read books and provide quick dense insightful points of the book. I also omit some points of a book if they are repetitive and are found in various other books. Hope you find it helpful. Cheers! Reach out to me on discord @rohitpatnaik

Here are the 10 key things I learnt from the book Ikigai. Hope you find it helpful too!

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