Just when I was going through, what I thought was a blogger’s block, Rads of tunneling thru’ tagged me and also threw in a challenge. I am not sure if I beat her in the turnover rate but this is my personal best – responding to a tag within a few hours (as opposed to a few days). It was not just the challenge that spurred me on but also because this tag involved books – encouraging folks to pick a book that they might have forgotten and try to make them read the book.
Pick up the nearest book.
Open to page 123.
Find the fifth sentence.
Post the next three sentences.
Tag five people, and acknowledge the person who tagged you
The book that I am presently reading (have been reading for a while now) is “Autobiography of a Yogi” by Paramahansa Yogananda. I have owned this book for almost 10 years now and the first time I started reading it, never completed it as it was way over my level of understanding. With a few years older and wiser (ahem…), I hope to see this book through this time. So far, I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this book except that this is not the kind of book you can finish at one-go, atleast for me.
“Kumar, a young villager from east Bengal, was accepted a fortnight later for ashram training. Remarkably intelligent, he quickly won Master’s affection. For some unfathomable reason, Sri Yukteswar adopted an uncritical attitude toward the new resident.
As per the rules, tagging:
No pressure folks – feel free to not do the tag if you are not keen on it.