“I have brought you a gift!” My dad winked at me.

“And what is it?” I said smiling.

Dad had brought me a couple short story books; one was filled with stories of princesses, and the other was tales of animals.

I chuckled and confirmed if dad had really brought them for ME! And he assured me he had and said that he thought I would love them. I told him that I do love these books as they made me remember my childhood.

I was very little, maybe in second grade, when my uncle used to bring me lots and lots of poetry and story books. They used to be in English and in Urdu too. Not just that he also read me those books and made me remember some of the poems and names of princesses.

When I got a bit bigger, he brought me bigger books full of pictures and words. But soon he got busy with his job and he rarely brought me any book. Once he also gifted me books which were in English and they had Urdu translation with them so I was able to understand those stories more powerfully. I loved all of them.

Books, especially story books, has always been -kind of- my passion. The love for them never abated even when my uncle stopped bringing me books. I used to go to Book Fair which was held every year at my school; that used to be the wonderful Book Fair with lots and lots of books. I remember buying a book from that Book Fair in which was a poem named ‘Jack and Jill’. That book was one of the most beautiful books I possessed, my first pop-up book.

Once, long after I left that school, my mom who teaches there bought ‘The Story Of Rapunzel’ for me. I remember it well and I still have it saved.

For a long long time I never knew that novels existed too so I kept reading story books until once, when I was in 8th grade, I saw a novella for the very first time, surprisingly I was not surprised instead I somehow felt familiar with the book so I asked that boy to give it to me for a day to whom it belonged. He agreed. It was named ‘David Copperfield’.

Then I guess I forgot about this ‘Novel’ thing until in 9th grade I got a chance to read ‘David Copperfield’ again. Later I asked dad if there were any libraries here or any book shops from where I can buy novels and he said that he didn’t know but my uncle, who once brought me loads of books, said he knew an old, small library when I asked him if there were any.

Unfortunately, or say it fortunately, I couldn’t find any satisfying novel so I bought a book named ‘Seven habits of highly effective teens’ by Sean Covey. I loved it! And only then I got to knew that in this world there are writers who write self-help books.

Later in 9th grade a distant friend of mine introduced me to ‘Twilight’ and I bought it. Soon we became close friends.

And then on I started reading novels, one after other. Charlie and the chocolate factory, Matilda, Enid Blayton’s series of famous five, Goosebumps series, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, Harry Potter Series, A walk to remember, The Notebook…

In 10th grade, once when I went to stay at my grandparents, I was introduced to my favorite writer ‘Paulo Coelho’. It was again my same uncle to introduce me to him. He came from office with the copy of ‘Alchemist’ and I snatched it from his hand. I didn’t realize his mood was off so he snatched back the book from me. I asked him to give it to me and he said that he won’t. As stubborn as I was I kept asking him for that book but he got angry and scolded me out of his room. Yuck! That was bad but the anger boiling in me made me buy 5 books by Paulo Coelho the very next day.

I read them all, one by one, first Alchemist, and when my uncle came to visit us I showed him all of them and told him that I was not in need of his help anymore. He didn’t say anything but laughed. Later I found myself reading more books by Mr. Coelho…

I am 19 years old now and still read books. These days I am reading ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ by Elizabeth Gilbert. The good and greater change is that I write too. I am not a very good or published writer but I write as much as I can and this is what I like to do. I started writing back in 9th grade when I realized that people who are not writers can also write.

I’ve decided to read those stories which my dad has brought me to my youngest brother who is now 10 years old as I very much want to see him a reader as I’ve always been.

Later today I asked my dad that from where he found those books as they were old and used. He told me he bought them in 20 rupees each from an old man he found sitting at the corner of the street with some books. I was astonished and wondered that how beautiful it would look to see an old man on every street corner selling used books in cheapest prices.

There is always something good to learn from each book. Different things influence people and make them. Reading is one of those things. We are not only what we say or eat, we are also what we read. So we should have a good taste in good genres so that we, the readers, turn out to be good people.

Happy Reading to all those who read! 🙂



The Power Of Mind

the power of mind

Hi all!

Please check out my book “The power of mind”:

Here is the link for the book:


When you follow these techniques into your life you change your life for the better.

You will attract health, wealth, happiness, and success. Wishing you every success,

Harkamal Singh.



This book is designed to teach you that your habitual thinking and imagery mold fashion, and, create your destiny. This eBook contains stuff about the powers of the mind, happiness, wealth, mental healing, and your right to be rich, the power of thoughts and how to use it for attaining achievement. You will also find here stuffs about peace of mind by applying techniques in life; you will attract health, money, success, and happiness.

Health, Wealth, and Happiness are extremely powerful elements. Your desires, attitudes, thoughts, and actions give health, wealth, and happiness a purpose. I hope the matters will motivate, encourage, and help you to improve your life. If you find this training to be inspiring and helpful, which I hope you do, please feel free to share this eBook with your family, friends and colleagues. My only desire is to give everyone the tools to awaken full human potential. Here you will catch simple, functioning skills and procedures that you can simply put on in your daily life.

Look at nature. She is abundant––nay, excessive. Look around. How many knife-edges of grass do you see? How many rough flowers? We live in the midst of luxury. We also know that every aspect of nature is a form of energy. It is a self-motivated flow of power. If you observe any small strategy of nature, this flow is obvious. Seeds shoot, plants grow, flowers blossom, seeds form and fall, and the flow continues. Health, Wealth, and Happiness is no more, no less than an aspect of the same flow of nature’s energy. This is the basic principle of this Path of Study. Health, Wealth, and Happiness is energy. Good energy. Powerful energy. Creative energy. Even though we sometimes deny it; what a rude developing it was to discover that money, not a stage, is the true king-maker! Fund-raisers were hard to establish, and huge donors only required giving to somebody who had already involved big bucks. It was a “catch-22”: no money incomplete you have heaps of money.

Happiness, inner peace and fulfillment: I feel that most people want or desire happiness, inner satisfaction and completeness; as long as we are in this human body we always have this infinite desire to feel fulfilled. Think about why you do what you do, it’s obvious that there is some joy or satisfaction regardless of your intentions. How long does it take to feel successful; are we ever satisfied completely? Can our mind remain calm without all the voices in our heads? It’s very POSSIBLE. How? Read this book and find out!



The unique feature of this book is its down-to-earth practicality. Here you will catch simple, functioning skills and procedures that you can simply put on in your daily life.The extraordinary features of this book will appeal to you because they explain why you often get the conflicting of what you prayed for. People have asked me, “Why is it I have prayed and prayed and got no answer?” In this book you will find the reasons for this public criticism. The many ways of impressing the nature power i.e. subconscious mind and getting the right answers make this an extraordinarily valuable book and an ever present help in time of trouble.

NOTE: Now my second book ‘The power of Nature’ is under process.



Thank you for purchasing the book.

Feel free to come back and leave me a review and feedback on how the book has changed or challenged your thinking. And I would also like to encourage you to please share the book with friends so that they get the inspiration you received.

I am helping a friend promote his book. So I ask the readers to help him too and promote it further and if you can please buy it. Thanks!

Stay Blessed. 🙂