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Reading is important and the benefits of reading new things cannot be ever expressed in words that can be read. However, the importance of reading good, new and informative things has been well documented. Reading is a cognitive process of decoding symbols to derive meanings and gain knowledge.

Reading is a way to know and discover new things and empower oneself with positive self image. Reading is more than a task and is just not a task it is a skill for life. It is a life long skill as it ensures your survival in today’s competitive world.

Reading new and different things simply adds wings to your imagination and expands your knowledge. The things that you read assures that you are informed and make decisions that are totally on the basis of that information.

What is life? Life is journey that we lead and in the journey we encounter things that we like, or we hate or we simply chose to ignore or the things that do not affect us, or things that annoy us but irony here is that the things that in spite of annoying us are a part of our life and we cannot do away with them.

I can see all resonating with this last statement. There are things that annoy us to extent but still they continue to be a part of our life. We cannot do away with them. Here is a list of those little things that annoy me as it is a subjective matter but the sad part is that in spite of being annoyed with it there is nothing much that can be done about them except for accepting them the way it is.
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