Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

I nodded many times when I read this book, as this book is a kind of self-affirmation reading for me (and my husband). Both of us are introverts, but often take the opposite sides of introversion. As Susan Cain writes, there are a lot of sides of introversion, in which different people may have some … Continue reading Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

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Option B [Book Review]

Sheryl Sandberg might be a role model for a lot of so-called modern women: smart, owns a good career and portfolio, beautiful, and a very good writer (the last one is my impression after reading her book). She also has a great family until a tragedy happened, the sudden death of her husband. In this book, … Continue reading Option B [Book Review]

Letters to a Young Muslim [Book Review]

This is an interesting book written by the former ambassador of UEA to Russia, Omar Saif Ghobash, as collection of letters to his son. Ghobash himself owns a strong background story to invite his son (and other young muslims) to reflect how we should practice Islamic value in this modern world. Ghobash's father was shooted … Continue reading Letters to a Young Muslim [Book Review]