‘Regret is always tactless and irrefutable. After a productive day, we somehow seem to emphasize its negative connotations. One of the various reasons behind such comportment is because we are forced to adapt a lifestyle that promises happiness to which self-loathing alone acts as its alibi. But happiness is a matter of perspective.’ The book starts off with a philosophical twist by incorporating regret, happiness, lifestyle, self-loathing and perspective. The author goes through these philosophical terms in a very enterprising manner. A compil romance intertwined with comedy. Musings of a child from a dysfunctional family, t...

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