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Book Review \’Heroes Of Kindness\’ by Dr.Roshan Radhakrishnan


Blurb: Imagine a newspaper filled only with positive stories. Have you ever seen one? Neither had the author Roshan, which is why he decided to create one himself. Heroes of Kindness showcases 50 acts of kindness and compassion by real-life individuals, acts that are guaranteed to bring a smile on your face and remind you that, perhaps, the world is not such a bad place after all. 


About the author: Kerala based anesthesiologist and author Dr. Roshan Radhakrishnan believes in the healing power of love and laughter but practices medicine just to be on the safe side. You can read more of his work at his award-winning blog Godyears.net and find him online at Instagram & Twitter under the name pythoroshan.

Review 

This book is one of its kind. I believe strongly that to be a spark of hope and bring a smile to as many human beings as possible is the only way to make God happy about us. The author has compiled a beautiful bouquet of hope, care, love, and happiness and given this book to spread smiles on everyone\’s face reading it. To care beyond differences and blossom with humanity is a true blessing and when I finished the book only one thing became more vivid in my mind \’God exists only in the smiles, we spread and this is an unshakable truth. When I say that I remember the lines from this beautiful Tamil song 

Alli alli thandhu uravaadum
Annamadi indha nelam pola

Silarukku dhaan manasu irukku

Ulagam adhil nilaichu irukku  


That translates as \’with the ability to shower selfless love and care like mother earth, only a few kind souls are there and the world exists truly because of them\’. The author has brought to light not one or two but fifty such souls and emphasized the fact that the world is still a beautiful place. From the first story of kindness till the end of the book one thing in common beyond the differences in professions those humble people do, their age, social status It is compassion that unites them. Humanity is the only God visible to us. To be a Santa and make someone\’s wish come true is a superpower in the genuine sense. All the stories were very glorious that I could not pick the most glorious one as every story from the store owner to the 87-year-old woman who spent her Hajj pilgrimage savings to help the poor are genuine heroes or truly the incarnation of God. 

The THANKYOU way:


This holds true for the author and thanks for this wonderful book Dr.Roshan and also for giving me a chance to review it. 
I rate this book 5 out 5 as I want more people to read this and be a ray of hope for others.

\”This review is a part of Blogchatter\’s Ebook Carnival 2020\” 

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  1. Roshan has been consistently sharing beautiful stories of kindness which reinstate our faith in humanity and selflessness. Good review of his book!

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  2. I have been reading Roshan's posts on kindness since the year I started blogging. It's because of him only I can believe that there are still so kind people around. Would love to read his book too.

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