As promised, I am here with my picks from the week – posts which moved me, posts which I really loved. If you do not what I am talking about, well, as a part of my regular feature, each week I am going to share with you peeps a list of my favourite reads from the week. I will share as many as I loved. It can range anywhere from between 5 – 15, maybe even more.

Since this is my first post on the topic, you will find a few posts which are more than a week old. Those posts were just so awesome that they got stuck with me, so I just had to share.

Maybe you too will find something interesting to read. With no further ado, I present my list.

  • I like you the most in this world!

    by MindandLifeMatters

    I like you the most in this world.

    Rashmi writes about a morning when she was having a conversation with her son, and he goes on to say “I like you the most in this world”. As with any parent, her heart feels up with joy and she feels relieved… relieved from all the “mom guilt” that she had been feeling… But why?

    A very beautiful post with a very beautiful message.

  • To My Boy

    by N.A. Martin

    To My Boy
    A mother’s letter to her son saying all the things which she wishes to say to him but refrains because she knows, by doing so, she would be depriving her son of the experience.

    An uplifting and encouraging for anyone, even us adults. After all, we could all use some mom-advice from time to time, right?

  • Audrey Hepburn: Beauty Icon or Humanitarian?

    by Beauties over Beasts

    Audrey Hepburn - Beauty Icon or Humanitarian
    While everyone knows Audrey Hepburn as a beauty icon, how many know her for the humanitarian that she was?

    Her post starts with the example of Audrey Hepburn and goes deeper to talk about the society’s tendency to celebrate the looks and outer appearance more than one’s deeds.

  • Space Travel Much?

    by Olive Ole

    Space Travel Much
    A travel addict, Olive fantasizes where life and her travels could take her when she’s 64 years old. A very entertaining read, with light hearted humour. If you need something to laugh over, then this is it.

  • I Witness(ed) a True Act of Kindness Today From a Customer

    by BigTeddyted

    I Witness(ed) a True Act of Kindness Today From a Customer

    Because we all need to believe that kindness still exists in this world and to restore that faith in humanity. A very beautiful and a heart-warming account is such a kind act.


    by The Swedish Kiwi

    Did you ever wonder why we get goosebumps? I wonder how I never wondered about that. A very interesting post by Sophie. Read to find out.

  • A Man and A Truth

    by Anand

    A Man and A Truth

    A simple and short poem about a man on search of a Truth. A very beautiful poem; it says so much by saying so little.

This is my list for this week. I hope you enjoy reading these posts as much as I did.

Wishing you all a great Sunday! Have Fun!

And Stay Zingy!