Message from MANAGER’S DESK
THE HABIT OF READING BOOKS
“Master those books you have. Read them thoroughly. Bathe in them until they saturate you. Read and reread them…digest them. Let them go into your very self. Peruse a good book several times and make notes and analyses of it. A student will find that his mental constitution is more affected by one book thoroughly mastered than by twenty books he has merely skimmed. ( Charles H. Spurgeon)
Habits can be “good” routine things that enhance your life, sharpen your mind, and bring fulfilment every time they are successfully carried out. Reading is one of those habits that can bring great satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment to the reader. A reading habit is developed — it doesn’t happen overnight. After about three or four weeks of regular reading, it will become natural to you and your life will be all the better for it.
Books are one of the best tools for training and upbringing. A good book always has a salutary effect on the mind of a reader. It will elevate spirit and thoughts. It will augment his store of knowledge. Books help in correcting moral ineptitude. Particularly in these days of mechanical existence, when people have hardly any time to attend meetings and symposia, the best source of acquiring religious and general knowledge are books that can be browsed whenever a person finds some time to spare. It is possible that the reading of book might have a deeper impact on the minds of the readers than the other sources of acquiring knowledge. Sometimes, reading brings about a revolutionary change in the outlook of a person. The habit of reading is the best pastime. It can keep a person busy when he has nothing else to do. The persons who are in the habit of reading, not only make the best use of their spare time but they will keep their minds away from the worries that might chase them if they sit brooding, doing nothing. A good book, for a reader, is better than visiting the best of gardens and scenic places.
Mr. Ram Nayan Yadav