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FREE DOWNLOAD ☆ My Journey He many struggles and sacrifices made on the path to becoming a scientist and then the President of India Dr Kalam also writes about the times when failure and dejection nearly overtook him and how he prevailed over those obstacles by drawing strength from books and spiritualityNostalgic honest and deeply personal My Journey is the story of a life as rich as it is unusual and the beautiful lessons to be learnt from it When I received an email from Rupa Publications asking me to review APJ Abdul Kalam s My Journey Transforming Dreams into Actions I was thrilled It is a collection of his recollections in the form of short stories of various events in his life As is mentioned in the blurb He describes those who have been the closest to him his father with his love of good his mother and her great kindness the mentors who helped shaped his thoughts and outlook He has written about his father s four mile walk every morning to the coconut grove which he felt added something to his personality an element of calm to his personality that even strangers approached him for help with their problems He says that he too starts his day with a morning walk He mentions in another story that watching a boat come to life from pieces of wood was probably his first introduction to the world of engineering He learnt that we have to acknowledge the power of nature As an eight year old during World War II when sanctions were imposed on India he would distribute newspapers to supplement the family income He talks about how the religious leaders of various religions would meet every Friday evening to discuss the events happening in the town and how they managed to manage matters firmly and openly without letting it grow and fester his first lesson in managementIn another story he has spoken about his mother who served everyone and God with utmost devotion selflessness and piety a lesson that he has carried from her life commitment He talks about his sister Zohra who used her gold as a guarantee with a moneylender to borrow money reuired for his admission to a college Jalalluddin whom he has mentioned in a lot of stories was his first mentor The author mentions that he was the one who introduced him to the world outside encouraged him influenced him and instilled in him the power of positive thinking He even mentions about his disappointment at not being able to join the Indian Air Force and how he started believing in destiny He talks about his favourite books and mentions that the religious texts from all religions have influenced him greatly He mentions about his brush with death and his realization that a nation is built by the power of sacrifice toil and virtue He describes his deeply emotional and intellectual relationship with Dr Vikram Sarabhai who taught him to look beyond failures and also how the scientific and spiritual leaders can work harmoniously or larger goals He talks about his life in various scientific institutions of India his failures and successes in the world of scienceA beautifully written book with a lot of nice stories My personal favourite is My mother and my sister The stories may be short but the message they carry goes very deep I would recommend reading one story at a time slowly to actually understand the deep meaning present there The charcoal drawings by Priya Sebastian have added a lot of meaning to the chapters Classic Cars Calendar 2018: 16 Month Calendar kindness the mentors who helped shaped his thoughts and outlook He has written about his father s four mile walk every morning to the coconut grove which he felt added something to his personality an element of calm to his personality that even strangers approached him for help with their problems He says that he too starts his day with a morning walk He mentions in another story that watching a boat come to life from pieces of wood was probably his first introduction to the world of engineering He learnt that we have to acknowledge the power of nature As an eight year old during World War II when sanctions were imposed on India he would distribute newspapers to supplement the family income He talks about how the religious leaders of various religions would meet every Friday evening to discuss the events happening in the town and how they managed to manage matters firmly and openly without letting it grow and fester his first lesson in managementIn another story he has spoken about his mother who served everyone and God with utmost devotion selflessness and piety a lesson that he has carried from her life commitment He talks about his sister Zohra who used her gold as a guarantee with a moneylender to borrow money reuired for his admission to a college Jalalluddin whom he has mentioned in a lot of stories was his first mentor The author mentions that he was the one who introduced him to the world outside encouraged him influenced him and instilled in him the power of positive thinking He even mentions about his disappointment at not being able to join the Indian Air Force and how he started believing in destiny He talks about his favourite books and mentions that the religious texts from all religions have influenced him greatly He mentions about his brush with death and his realization that a nation is built by the power of sacrifice toil and virtue He describes his deeply emotional and intellectual relationship with Dr Vikram Sarabhai who taught him to look beyond failures and also how the scientific and spiritual leaders can work harmoniously or larger goals He talks about his life in various scientific institutions of India his failures and successes in the world of scienceA beautifully written book with a lot of nice stories My personal favourite is My mother and my sister The stories may be short but the message they carry goes very deep I would recommend reading one story at a time slowly to actually understand the deep meaning present there The charcoal drawings by Priya Sebastian have added a lot of meaning to the chapters

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FREE DOWNLOAD ☆ My Journey From a small boy growing up in Rameswaram to becoming the countrys eleventh President APJ Abdul Kalams life has been a tale of extraordinary determination courage perseverance and the desire to excel In this series of anecdotes and profiles Dr Kalam looks back on key moments in his pastsome small and some momentousand tells the reader how each of them inspired him profoundly With warmth and affection he talks about th After a real long time I read a book that kept me thinking and smiling Our ex President does it right again He journeys through our heart My Journey is a book that has different stories from APJ Abdul Kalam s life weaved together Written very simply the stories are deeply humane and poignant as a boy from a far off village in Rameshwarm goes to become the President of a nation of one billionThe first story is about his father and his morning walk titled The Morning Walk Kalam begins the book in a time when India was slow and still under the British Raj His father Jainulabdeen owed a patch of land with few coconut trees and later on to support his large family he started a ferry business Kalam talks about the serenity the walks brought to his father which he himself continues His father was not a priest but there would always be people around asking him to say a prayer for them or share their agonies and everyday life with him In his father Kalam reminds us of the good ole man in corners of our hearts and streetsThe next story is one of the most beautiful one It talks of the time his father builds a boat to start the ferry business His cousin joined in to help Everyday Kalam would watch the long pieces of woods taking shape and later in years it ignites him to build missiles and rockets for the country The most profound moment in this book is in this story when one night a storm blew and the boat was left in shreds yet his father remained calm This lesson stayed with Kalam Years later when he was giving shape to missiles and rain disrupted the count down he remained calm thinking of the undisturbed face of his fatherThe next story A working boy at eight is when he was 8 years old He becomes a newspaper delivery boy to just be an add on to his family income It did involve hard work but definitely taught him the disciple of work life The following story Three great hearts resolves a problem is something that needs to be taught in today s India where we are becoming and intolerant each day It talks of Kalam who was not allowed to sit next to his best friend who was a Pandit by his new teacher Without creating much of a hue and cry his father the Pandit of the village and the Bishop of the church explained it to the teacher that this kind of discrimination is completely unacceptable in their village What could have created communal disharmony was solved with just a conversation This is something modern India needs to imbibeThe next story My mother and my sister is his description of his closeness with his mother and his eldest sister It reminds me of an India where most women went through life in the four walls of their house All their dreams and aspirations were either tied to their brothers or husbands The following story is about Jalaluddin his distant cousin and brother in law who gave him wings to his dreams It was Jalaluddin who persuaded him to do his high school outside his village and later was a key reason for him to join MIT in Chennai Jalaluddin also died young but what strikes the most was the conversation he has with his father who inspite of the heartbreak accepts it as will of God The following story is When I failed It is an honest analysis of his failures and learning in life without trying to be defensive or philosophical about it When he failed to make through the interview of Air Force Selection Board he makes a trip to Haridwar and takes a dip at the holy Ganges There he meets Swami Sivananda himself who tell him to accept it as destiny Kalam adds that his being a Muslim never mattered to Swami jiThe next story is about his love for books Though a scientist it is fascinating to see how the uran or the Gita were the books that inspired him to sail along with life The following story A brush with fire is his first hand rendezvous with death when he was almost caught by fire in the lab but saved by his dear friend This story also includes the incident when eight men lose their lives at the Aarokoram crash After that he went to meet the bereaved families where one widow asked him Why did you do this to us He recounts later even within the walls of the Rastrapati Bhawan the wails of the widows and children stayed with himThe in next one he talks of his mentor Vikram Sarabhai This anecdote is an amazing insight to the man Sarabhai was and why India owes him so much The following story is A life in science is a beautiful description on his experiences with science spirituality hard work success and most importantly his failures The last story is Miles to go The title itself says that he believes that he still has miles to cover even after such an eventful life after meeting and inspiring so many people specially the youthAs a reviewer for the first time it is difficult for me to find real flaws in this book It is so impactful that I am sitting down to find a place I can find the dent May be all I can say we wish the book was thicker with stories that could inspire in days like todayI recommend this book to every Indian and specially to students It will remind what society needs and a vision of an India we can definitely proud ofI can vouch that APJ Abdul Kalam will leave imprints on the hearts of people even after he is no Through his books generations will learn from and call him a hero All about Prayer (Salah) Activity Book (Discover Islam Sticker Activity Books) key moments in his pastsome small and some momentousand tells the reader how each of them inspired him profoundly With warmth and affection he talks about th After a real long time I read a book that Fois gras et terrines kept me thinking and smiling Our ex President does it right again He journeys through our heart My Journey is a book that has different stories from APJ Abdul Kalam s life weaved together Written very simply the stories are deeply humane and poignant as a boy from a far off village in Rameshwarm goes to become the President of a nation of one billionThe first story is about his father and his morning walk titled The Morning Walk Kalam begins the book in a time when India was slow and still under the British Raj His father Jainulabdeen owed a patch of land with few coconut trees and later on to support his large family he started a ferry business Kalam talks about the serenity the walks brought to his father which he himself continues His father was not a priest but there would always be people around asking him to say a prayer for them or share their agonies and everyday life with him In his father Kalam reminds us of the good ole man in corners of our hearts and streetsThe next story is one of the most beautiful one It talks of the time his father builds a boat to start the ferry business His cousin joined in to help Everyday Kalam would watch the long pieces of woods taking shape and later in years it ignites him to build missiles and rockets for the country The most profound moment in this book is in this story when one night a storm blew and the boat was left in shreds yet his father remained calm This lesson stayed with Kalam Years later when he was giving shape to missiles and rain disrupted the count down he remained calm thinking of the undisturbed face of his fatherThe next story A working boy at eight is when he was 8 years old He becomes a newspaper delivery boy to just be an add on to his family income It did involve hard work but definitely taught him the disciple of work life The following story Three great hearts resolves a problem is something that needs to be taught in today s India where we are becoming and intolerant each day It talks of Kalam who was not allowed to sit next to his best friend who was a Pandit by his new teacher Without creating much of a hue and cry his father the Pandit of the village and the Bishop of the church explained it to the teacher that this Ruby on Rails. Desarrollo práctico de aplicaciones web kind of discrimination is completely unacceptable in their village What could have created communal disharmony was solved with just a conversation This is something modern India needs to imbibeThe next story My mother and my sister is his description of his closeness with his mother and his eldest sister It reminds me of an India where most women went through life in the four walls of their house All their dreams and aspirations were either tied to their brothers or husbands The following story is about Jalaluddin his distant cousin and brother in law who gave him wings to his dreams It was Jalaluddin who persuaded him to do his high school outside his village and later was a The School (Trilogia fantasy): Volume 3 key reason for him to join MIT in Chennai Jalaluddin also died young but what strikes the most was the conversation he has with his father who inspite of the heartbreak accepts it as will of God The following story is When I failed It is an honest analysis of his failures and learning in life without trying to be defensive or philosophical about it When he failed to make through the interview of Air Force Selection Board he makes a trip to Haridwar and takes a dip at the holy Ganges There he meets Swami Sivananda himself who tell him to accept it as destiny Kalam adds that his being a Muslim never mattered to Swami jiThe next story is about his love for books Though a scientist it is fascinating to see how the uran or the Gita were the books that inspired him to sail along with life The following story A brush with fire is his first hand rendezvous with death when he was almost caught by fire in the lab but saved by his dear friend This story also includes the incident when eight men lose their lives at the Aarokoram crash After that he went to meet the bereaved families where one widow asked him Why did you do this to us He recounts later even within the walls of the Rastrapati Bhawan the wails of the widows and children stayed with himThe in next one he talks of his mentor Vikram Sarabhai This anecdote is an amazing insight to the man Sarabhai was and why India owes him so much The following story is A life in science is a beautiful description on his experiences with science spirituality hard work success and most importantly his failures The last story is Miles to go The title itself says that he believes that he still has miles to cover even after such an eventful life after meeting and inspiring so many people specially the youthAs a reviewer for the first time it is difficult for me to find real flaws in this book It is so impactful that I am sitting down to find a place I can find the dent May be all I can say we wish the book was thicker with stories that could inspire in days like todayI recommend this book to every Indian and specially to students It will remind what society needs and a vision of an India we can definitely proud ofI can vouch that APJ Abdul Kalam will leave imprints on the hearts of people even after he is no Through his books generations will learn from and call him a hero

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  • Paperback
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  • My Journey
  • A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
  • English
  • 12 August 2020
  • 9788129124913