Hello world by Kelly Corrigan illustrates the beautiful concept of how being curious about situations or persons may lead to new discoveries outside of what is apparent to the eye.
When we begin to step into the unknown, we might make superficial judgments on the environment and the people involved. We might even write off potential people who could teach us something significant to make our life purposeful and expand our knowledge in the right possible ways.
Through letting go of shyness and embracing boldness and asking the right questions to those around us, we can learn things that are useful and make our life more tolerable than before. Maturity and wisdom come from learning from one’s own mistakes and from those of others.
Kelly Corrigan’s talent in weaving a feel-good story for all is highly appreciated. This book is recommended for adults. Some of the introverts or the ones who are narrow-minded might find the book a major put-off and criticize it. I wish the author had kept this fact in mind. Asking questions may annoy some folks, however, the right questions asked at the right times can be rewarding. It will be a welcome boost towards an exciting, adventurous, colorful life that opens previously closed opportunities or create brand new ones.
|Page Count||44 pages|
|Publisher||Penguin Random House|
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