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Belligerence : A Book of Struggles

Professor Stephen Hawkings rightly said, “Look up at the stars but not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist”. The momentum of your destiny will only change when you believe in transitions. The more difficult things you undergo, you get reshaped into a man of daring deeds. Struggles are phenomenal and act as the fulcrum axis to the lives of thousand where true wisdom of life one gets to learn and adapt. Belligerence: A book of struggles is compiled by Arindol Dey describes the diverse and distinguished tales of people who toiled in their lives to emerge victoriously. Struggles are exactly what we need in our lives. If one doesn’t encounter obstacles and hindrances which put forth the horizon of complexity, color, and intricacy, one shall never be furnished with the prudence to be strong and outspoken. Belligerence is just not a book of poems, it’s a collection of successful tales of few mortals who have fought heroically in the battlefield of life. Emotional breakdown, bipolar disorder, anxiety, peer pressure, struggles of being a true persona, and ill medical conditions humans have to undergo which later on becomes the reasons for being melancholic and plaintive. Belligerence teaches one to be bold and affirmative towards one’s promises and commitments which further illuminates life with optimism, generosity, and reward.

Book details
Compiler : Arindol Dey
Publisher : Notion Press; 1st edition (18 September 2020)
Language: : English
ISBN-10 : 1636330452
ISBN-13 : 978-1636330457

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