This is a story a woman who thought that there is only one way to achieve fulfilment in life by continuous success in your career. It is until she went out on a solo travel with intent of working for a social cause, she had a sense of purpose in her life and everything around her changed. The new perception of life helped her to preserve the importance of small things in life.
In this story book "backpacking for purpose" Ravneet recounts her first solo travel to Nepal and her experiences throughout the journey, meeting strangers, working for a school reconstruction, teaching English to local community. She talks the practical ways to add a sense of purpose in your regular 9-5 job life and feel content in the end of day.
The author of this book is typically an Indian. She recites her story based on her experiences of frustration and lack of confidence during college phase due to hurdles in her career and how she changed the way she felt about herself after going for solo backpacking. ...
Why do we remember the things that we do from years, even decades ago? This is the story of a boy's painful memory that characterized a dark period in his life, a memory with lasting meaning for him and for all of us.
Genre: Short Stories Length: 6 Pages (612 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Sep 25th, 2020
The plan was to take over the manufacturing and distribution of all drugs into the U.S. from it's own Chinese sources therefore cutting out the Columbians, and the Venezuelan's.
Complicated? Very. Achievable? Less than fifty percent. But with the right kind of plan and the right people working the plan it could be done. That was the reason for Ralph's visit to me. He wanted me to put together a team of my U.S. sources along with as many red pole foot soldiers I needed to pull off the plan. I don't like being so close to the dirty end of the business but when Ralph offered me ten percent of the take, if successful, I couldn't pass it up. I'm thinking a payday in the millions for a few days work. So I swallowed my fear and accepted the offer.
For ten percent of everything pulled in, I needed to come up with a plan that would destroy the Russian mafia's U.S. operation, close down Cuba's trafficking and distribution network, and then close the Brighton Beach banking operation the Mafia ...
Estelle De Wisner was not her real name, but it would do for now. She'd moved into The Blackfriar Apartments after Tatiana Zhukov was murdered, moved into the old lady's apartment. What was her connection to Tatiana, because there was one... and she wanted to find out who had killed the old lady and administer justice, vigilante justice.
She'd been there a few months now. The busybodies who were her neighbors had all Googled her and couldn't find a European opera singer by that name. One of those neighbors said he knew the secret she was striving to hide, and she'd better pay up or she'd be shot in the head...
He didn't know who he was playing with, did he? Estelle had experience with his type before and she was well equipped to take care of him... unless of course, somebody else got to the blackmailer first!
"He named me Pickles."
A kitten and the man he calls Mine. A short story told through the eyes of innocence and devotion.
What does the human world look like to the animals we share our lives with? How much do they understand? How much of their response is instinct? Though we may never know, there is little doubt, our pets are blessings covered in fur.
Whimsical and heartfelt, this short story is for the adult reader who has known how much a furry head by their side can mean.
Genre: Short Stories Length: 19 Pages (165 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Sep 25th, 2020