Thu, 22 Feb, 2024




By Isha Sharma Gauli

"When you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die, the world cries while you rejoice."

Robin S. Sharma, the author of the best seller series, “Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” has been successful in transforming the lives of thousands. The book “Who Will Cry When You Die” is his third book of the series.

“Who Will Cry When You Die” is the best self-help book I have read until today. The book comprises  101 chapters that reveal the small changes we can make in our daily lives which will ultimately result in creating a huge difference. The chapters in this book are short, succinct and direct which makes it even more interesting to read. It makes sure that the reader is not bored with continuous long paragraphs. The lessons are very precise and to the point and it is also easy to read because of its easy flow and simple language. Every chapter in this book reminds us of the basic values and morals that we often forget in our busy schedules. It contains a summary of almost all the important parts of our life with the focus on personal development. This book can be used as a reminder to find positivity in every small thing. It includes many important lessons to conduct a healthy and happy life. This book is basically stuffed with 101 insights which will help us add years to life and life to years.

The book is simple yet very powerful. The lessons in the book are helpful and relatable to people from all walks of life. It is one of the most motivating and inspirational books I have ever come across. So, if you are looking for a quick read to refresh your mind amidst the chaos of your busy and hectic schedules, I highly recommend you to read this book. It can be a good book to start or end your day or it can also be a good book to accompany you when you travel. Do give this book a read, it is surely going to be one of the books which you will savour for your whole life.


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