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30 times When Your Conscience Needs You by Aarushi Jain – Book Review

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Author: Aarushi Jain
Publisher: Notion Press

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A book that every teenager must-read. The simple, raw and honest read has lessons for life.

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•Difficult the journey, beautiful the destination.” Your efforts and dedication will reap you a beautiful orchid of a successful life which you will cherish and relish forever. Just keep faith in yourself, always.•

Some books teach us lessons that we feel we must have learned earlier. Some books that we feel we must have read a bit sooner. This is one such book. I wish I read this book in my teenage years. To all the teenagers, do not skip this book.

@aarushii_jain01 ) Aarushi Jain in her book, 30 times when your conscience needs you, shares about 30 different experiences which makes an impact in our life. The situations all have been through, at least once.

How situations we face moulds us, affects us and how we can positively face the situation is what this book teaches us.

As the author says, this book is like a travelogue with many destinations like happiness, greed, trust, prosperity, values, anger and a lot more. Aarushi wonderfully describes each of them with the help of examples that will stay with us forever.

Crisply narrated with an intriguing writing style, Aarushi points out some amazing topics which we need to shed light on, especially for teenagers.

Topics like when a plant can’t exist without its roots, how can you? Comprehend the circumstances before, family: where love enters& stress exits with a smile are amazingly discussed.

What I loved most about the book is the topics that the author discussed and the way she discussed them. With simplicity and a clear message.

A book that every teenager must-read. The simple, raw and honest read has lessons for life.

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