Wings Of Fire!

A simple yet fascinating read about the journey of a great common man as Sir APJ Abdul Kalam. The book illustrates the way Kalam has led his life and how dedicated he was towards what all he aimed at in life. There are many one or two liners/excerpts as mentioned by Kalam that really influence the reader. In addition, there are poetic stanzas here and there to depict the circumstance(s). Few of Kalam’s scribblings have been mentioned that reflect the way Kalam used to think. Then, the book talks about his contributions to defence, thereby setting an apt example of how one can accomplish one what desires. It’s all about the passion and perseverance and that one always needs to know the direction of sail, no matter what the existing circumstances are.


2 thoughts on “Wings Of Fire!

  1. Hi there! I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your post. To say it is great (not just this post, all of yours!) is an understatement. You are really talented (:
    Because of how much I loved this post I had to check out your blog and I couldn’t help but follow you because your blog is both amazing and beautiful! I am so happy I came across your blog and I can’t wait to read more from you, so keep it up (:
    By the way this comment is towards all of your blog posts because they are all equally amazing and incredible (:

    1. Hello. I know not what’s that great in my posts. Nevertheless, thanks much for your kind words. A rarity though, but it’s so good to read. It has only motivated me to pursue writing even more diligently now.
      I see you already are a star in writing. Keep writing! Looking forward to more such posts from you! 🙂

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