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I believe our life itself is a story which can be divided into poetry and is filled with happiness and sadness, when Happy we don’t know who we change into and when sad we don’t realize the worth of ourselves. Mr Eugene Lewis said, Assumption is the mother of all mistakes. Pretty sure that we all have had a false assumption on the word Beauty. Beauty should not be defined on how we look but how we live and win with all our strength and how we fight the battle all alone with our soul. To know our worth it is necessary for us to leave all our worries, forget our difficulties and focus only on our necessity. We should not compare our lives with anyone because the rain that showers brings both joy and sorrow to people living under the same sky. Few enjoy the rain whereas few shed tears in the same. Likewise, National Bird dances in the rain and Our favourite pet finds shelters in the same This Book contains relevant answers for questions and words we use in our daily life. On that note, I hope you have a pleasant reading.

Questions with Reasons

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  • Author's Name: Benita Benedict
     
    About the Author: “She didn’t predict the future, she created it” said Benita Benedict. She is a published co-author, and this is her first book as an Author. She is a good listener; an anchor; a non-trained dancer and writing is her passion. She believes that writing is healing herself when she is in a good or bad situation. Her writings always have a rhyming because there is a reasonable feeling behind. All her poetries or stories are lessons based on attention, aggression, suggestion, direction, imagination, and an expression of herself. She is a committed writer whose contents are honest and at times pens about the real time World. She has learnt to believe in herself and as her favourite author says, “I know what I want, I have a goal, an opinion, I have a religion and love. Let me be myself and then I am satisfied. I know that I'm a woman, a woman with inward strength and plenty of courage.”