WHY WE SHOULD READ THE BOOKS
WHY WE SHOULD READ THE BOOKS
Life Behind the Book Reading, Inspiring story by Dr T V Rao, MD Professor of Microbiology
Three great things have influenced my Life, the foremost remain my parents, who brought me with great selflessness and paid most individual attention, the next which shaped my life are my teachers who sometimes good many times indifferent to individual needs, however we have to bear it, as they cannot serve individual needs, When I am little grown up reading was a great passion friend when we are alone and little money to spend to move with affluent people, soon I realized reading of better things makes a man what we are today, As we visit a book shop books are many types we are more tempted by the Author and cover of it, and many times unaffordable with the soaring costs.
In terms of fiction or non-fiction, there are endless stories that can both broaden your understanding of the world or help you get through a sticking point in your life. Those who read have been known to have more finely-tuned brains than those who prefer more passive activities, so anyone hoping to improve their mind both psychologically and cognitively might want to think about taking up the habit of regular reading. If we think sincerely back to your life the characters we read and imagine shapes our lives, The great book which I remember was RAJA Rao’s COOLIE, the struggles of the life of a poor man, however I have incorporated suffering of poor humans in my professional attitude how they suffer for trivial matters and God given an opportunity to serve many poor as a basic Doctor.
I always preferred to read more of classics which are flawless in the language they are written, and as a Medical student I was made up with better language for communication which made me attains better grades than of my own classmates, It all made me a better verbal communicator, Although it doesn’t always make you a better communicator, those who read tend to have a more varied range of words to express how they feel and to get their point across. This increases exponentially with the more volumes you consume, giving you a higher level of vocabulary to use in everyday life.
The most important matter to Medical Students remain with concentration of the mind to read the complicated topics and in particular Microbiology and Pharmacology as they are highly volatile to remember, Unlike blog posts, short articles and news articles, sitting down with a book takes long periods of focus and concentration, which at first is hard to do. Being fully engaged in a book involves closing off the outside world and immersing yourself into the text, which over time will strengthen our attention span.
A study done by the NEA explains that people who read for pleasure are many times more likely than those who do not to visit museums and attend concerts, and almost three times as likely to perform volunteer and charity work. Readers are active participants in the world around them, and that engagement is critical to individual and social well-being. Reading offer an outstanding wealth of learning and at a much cheaper price than taking a course. Reading gives us a chance to consume huge amount of research in a relatively short amount of time. Anne E. Cunningham and Keith E. Stanovich’s “What Reading Does for the Mind” also noted that heavy readers tend to display greater knowledge of how things work and who or what people were. Books at home have been strongly linked to academic achievement. When I messed up with matters in life and profession I am stressful to many things, I try to put aside all events take a little book, forget the trivial events.
A study by consultancy firm Mind lab International at the University of Sussex showed that reading reduces stress. Subjects only needed to read, silently, for six minutes to slow down the heart rate and ease tension in the muscles. In fact it got subjects to stress levels lower than before they started. If I truly analyse reading on and off will make us to keep under control and many unnecessary ideas brood over life. “Typically, when you read, you have more time to think. Reading gives you a unique pause button for comprehension and insight.
My ambition in life was creating myself for betterment of the world To Discover and to Create Yourself, with the endless amount of perspectives and lives we can read about, books can give us an opportunity to have experiences that we haven’t had the opportunity to, and still allow us to learn the life skills they entail. Books are a fast track to creating yourself. Reading is not only fun, but it has all the added benefits that we have discussed so far. Much more enthralling than watching a movie or a TV show, although they have their many benefits as well), a good book can keep us amused while developing our life skills. In a perfect world, you would read voraciously — in your free time, for pleasure, while waiting for the train, traveling in a bus or train today I feel sorry that people waste their live gossiping about others instead of improving their strengths, and overcoming ignorance. You should read because it is one of the very few leisure pursuits that can actually make you a better person. Reading forces you to sit and focus. It also improves your vocabulary, and doing it regularly even improves your analytical abilities.
If life is a game of inches, and you’ve got a few hundred important books under your belt, you’ve got a leg up on anyone who hasn’t. The point is, when you’ve read a novel, you’ve lived through the story the great story influenced my life continues to be influenced by FINAL DIAGNOSIS by Arthur Hailey who makes us to learn do not be too confident as Medical professional with ideas and egoism which may kill an innocent person.
NEVER MIND OF FAILURES AND TAKE UP GOOD BOOK AND READ MANY EVILS WILL VANISH FROM OUR MINDS, AS WE HAVE LESS CONTROL BY OURSELVES?