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The Frame An Art of Optimism

Author Name: Roshan Bhondekar, Sahra Ardah | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

What are those sparkling thoughts that make a bigger difference in life? How does one stand up and come out a champion?

How does the composition of realistic thoughts help, not just to survive, but to achieve happiness as well?

Why is it important to create a family nucleus? What is the impact of our social circle, the need for spirituality and love as a fundamental pillar in life? And what are the challenges? 

How does a frame help to understand various aspects of life, while considering how to deal with situations positively through fictional fine arts?

Read on to discover the answers to these and more puzzling questions!

For the storm-ravaged barge of life, tossed about by dynamics, and the frame that holds it attached creating a beautiful canvas,the result is fine art!



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Roshan D. Bhondekar was born and brought up in a middle-class family in India. He is recognized internationally for his non-fiction book called, ‘Love–The Key to Optimism.’ His thoughts about life have been noticed by John C. Maxwell - New York Times bestselling author & many more people from other countries. He inspires and motivates individuals to realize their hidden talent. He has taken his dynamic personal messages to opposite sides of the globe from India but settled down in Spain. His imaginative mind is creating new records via his splendid thoughts.

Apart from being an avid writer of articles for Thrive Global, Medium, The Fearless Indian, and other online platforms, he enjoys playing cricket. Social awareness is a major source of inspiration for his non-fiction writing.

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Sahra Ardah is an international artist and teacher of Spanish descent recognized internationally for the effectiveness of her teaching methods. Born and brought up in a middle-class family in Spain, she is first and only Spaniard who holds the title of merit granted by the great Egyptian master Zaza Hassan for her humility to learn and her ability to teach and spread her original method.

She has a PhD in History of Art from the University of Salamanca, and Journalism Master Honors from the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain). Her academic training has led her to delve into the origins of oriental dance and Arabic folklore. Her first published book is ‘The University of Salamanca from the post-war period to the present: Architectural heritage and urban transcendence (Spanish Edition).’ Connect on web: