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If more people started buying books as impulse purchases. Especially when the book's title is something like The Case for Working with Your Hands, Or, Why Office Work Is Bad for Us and Fixing Things Feels Good written by Matthew Crawford :)

In case, you are slightly lazy to check out what the book is about, am sharing a couple of excerpts from the book's preface. Read. That is also the spirit/reason with which I started Mississippi Earrings ( The entire shop, one can say, has been created and crafted with our own minds and hands. Of course, a lot of people pitched in the process. Anyway, here's the stuff. You might want to read...

Part # 2 now... (don't mind that the image is protruding out of the frame. The point is to share and ask you to go through in spite of an eye-sore :) )

A few days back, couple of friends from EDI shared their thought of starting a chain of bike-servicing outlets. I think the idea is great but what they need to do (and anyone who has such an idea) is learn to service a bike themselves, in and out. Then the game will be simpler and much more rewarding and satisfying.

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In the post below, forget the word Materialism. It isn't such a 'spiritual' lesson after all; though it could be if you want to take it that way. My point is it might just help you to set some worthy goals for yourself.


Cutting the Cord to Materialism
Let’s start with an exercise … Grab a small sheet of paper and a pen or pencil.After you read the following question, please take 5 deep breaths before answering.Write your response to the up-coming question on your piece of paper in one sentence.Here is your question to answer:

If you had the opportunity to do one activity for one week without any worry about finances, cost, or other outside commitments, what would you love to do for this week?

I hope you …