LOVE…

 

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Hi friends,

 Wishing you all a very happy Valentine’s Day!!!

The word love and a red heart always makes me feel the feelings of love. They have symbolised the feeling so well that I feel love, the moment I see these symbols. As the Valentine’s Day is here, I find beautiful red hearts and decorations all around. They make me feel so positive and full of love. I know there is a lot of depth in the feeling of love than these symbols, decorations and special day celebration but  if these things make us feel the feelings of love and positivity, then what is the harm in believing in them??

Recently I read three wonderful romance novels. They are from a series of nine books. They are all typical happy ending romantic stories. The stories are simple and full of love and warmth. Each book left me with a feeling of love as the story ended. People sometimes say that such romantic novels are just to pass time as they don’t have any story or that they are always too good to be true. But I love the fact that they always end on a positive note as they leave me with a good feeling in the end.

I came across these three books from Amazon. As I started reading them, I realised that each book had a different life situation in which the story began. Though each female lead in the book was placed in a different life situation, still they all found love. The author Marie Force has shown love through different stories rather wonderfully.

The first book is about a normal girl called Maddie who along with her baby is struggling to make ends meet. She has a bad name in the town just because she refused a particular guy and she has been living with that name ever since. She accidentally meets Mac, who loves her right from the beginning even after knowing her reputation and  eventually restores her reputation.

The second book is about Janey, who was in a committed relationship for 11 years just to discover the guy cheating on her. Her long time friend Joe, who had always loved her, brings her out from her state of shock and encourages her to restart her life once again.

The third book is about old lovers – Sydney and Luke coming together after she looses her husband and kids in an accident. Luke had always loved her and his heart breaks to see her all messed up with pain and suffering. But from the moment she meets him and talks to him, her heart starts healing from the great tragedy and makes her want to live her life again without feeling guilty about it.

I love books like these as they leave a feeling of hope and love in me and the best part about reading different stories like these is,  we know that love can be found anywhere and at any moment in our lives. And when love actually enters our life, it changes us completely and makes us a better person. Love, as they say, is the best feeling a person can ever have, be it love for your parents, partner, kids or friends. Love is not limited to a man and a woman relationship. Love is a feeling which holds families together, brings beautiful babies into the world and nurtures them to be wonderful human beings, gives strength to fight the toughest circumstances of life and arise from it, build friendships that last a life time etc…

If romantic books can make me feel wonderful, then I am definitely going to read more of these books…

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These are the three books that I read and loved.

Love,

Rashmi

p.s. All images are taken from google images.  

Tipping to help…

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 Hello friends,

Hope all of you are doing really good. After a long time, I am back with another act of goodness, which I experienced last week.

These days the weather is very good in this part of the world. The winter is mild and enjoyable. If the weather is this good, we usually prefer walking than hiring a taxi.

On Friday, as usual we decided to walk to the super-market. But as we stepped out of our building, we realised, that the weather had turned extremely cold and windy. So not risking our health, we decided to take a taxi. The whole town seemed to be affected by the weather that day. The road was full of traffic. It took us many minutes to cross each signal. We were enjoying the comfort of a warm car and beautiful songs, which were being played on the radio.

At a particular signal, while waiting for the signal to turn green we saw a guy cleaning the road sides and footpath. He was wearing a uniform which meant he was on duty. In that cold weather, watching him clean up the road left us shivering. Just then, just before the signal turned green, our taxi driver gave the guy some money for the work done by him. We were really  surprised by this act of our driver.

Instantly, my husband said  – He had such a noble thought of giving, that itself is a very good thing.

I was really blown away by the generosity of our driver. The money may be small, but the intention was good. And if the intention is good, the money will be useful too. The drivers in this part of the world don’t make much money. They, infact, struggle to reach their target sales each month. But still, this driver had the intention to help out which is an act of goodness.

I am happy to be able to learn something wonderful that day. The intention of giving itself, makes one, a great person at heart. I thank the driver for teaching us something wonderful that cold February evening.

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