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One with the Wings: Traveller’s Tales

Author Name: Manpreet Ola | Format: Paperback | Genre : Travel | Other Details

Not everyone is fond of traveling. There are those who like to stay in the comforts of their houses, while there are others, who can’t travel because of various other priorities. The last category comprises of those who can’t afford it.

But travelling is an art. One can create art anywhere by using minimum raw materials and maximum use of practical applications. When we choose to travel, the destination doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive. A basic visit to a nearby farm or religious place can fulfill all the things achieved by traveling to far off places. It provides us with the needed relaxation which subconsciously impacts our mind in beautiful ways. All that is needed to travel is to have a zeal, the basic understanding that life is not lived with stress. It’s important to understand that if we have a zeal to travel, we can be sure that we are living in positivity and hopefulness. Everyone in this beautiful world, needs peace of mind, we resist to taking that break, but we don’t realize the importance of it, unless someone commits suicide because of work pressure, deadlines to meet. The race to earn money is taking a toll on our minds and is working wonderfully in pushing us towards the edge of our limits. So take that leap of faith and travel whenever you can, wherever you can, with whatever you have.

“Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before.”- Dalai Lama

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Manpreet Ola

Manpreet Ola is a published author. Her first book was titled ‘Stigmas to hindrances: India fights back.’ This is her second effort to make a contribution towards the literary world. Writing works in providing therapeutic benefits to her. She finds comforts in the midst of paper and pen.

She has completed her Doctoral Thesis on Positive Psychology on Geriatric population. She is currently working as an Assistant Professor of Psychology, teaching M.Phil students of clinical psychology. She is also a licensed clinical psychologist with the Rehabilitation Council of India.

She has written numerous research papers in various reputed journals of psychology. She likes to write blogs and poetries. She doesn’t like to miss a chance to read books of various genres. And whenever time permits, she packs her bags to travel.