How to read any non-fiction book in 10 minutes?

Well this is going to be a short one. Obviously if you are interested in reading a non-fiction book in 10 minutes, then you are definitely not interested in reading a 1000 words long blog post by some douche-bag. So, I will cut the crap and jump to the chase.



Why have I (finally) left my IAS preparations?

I want to feel life’s romance

To jump and sing and dance

To make my life by choice, not by chance

I was extremely crazy about being an IAS officer but then one day, I dropped my plans of being an IAS. And that’s not because I had exhausted my attempts or crossed the age limit. So, in this post, Kids, I will tell you How I met the decision of not going for IAS anymore!

(Disclaimer: Read at your own risk. I don’t want to discourage anyone. :))

And Last.. but obviously not the Least.. I want to thank my country, India, for providing me such fertile grounds on which i could grow, could flourish and reach to this awesome day. I know, that we usually take it for granted, but now, I have realized that this seemingly obvious fact, is ‘not-so-obvious’ actually. For me, you are a person, like we Indians always use to say – ‘Mother India’. Thank you again.

This post is based on the prompt – “In your imaginary award acceptance speech (yes, we know you have one), who’s the very last — and most important — person you thank?” of The Daily Post.

Thank you for reading. Comments are most welcome.