Monthly Wrap! (July 2023)

Did you know I write a blog every week? Well apparently, I’ve been writing for 118 weeks now! If you knew I write and if you’ve read some of my blogs, I would like to say I’m grateful! Thank You for reading.     

If you did not know, or if you’ve missed reading some of my blogs, I’ve made a list of My Top Blogs here, to begin with. 

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Also, please drop your suggestions or ideas for blogs that you would like to read. 

Thank You! 


Monthly Wraps are blogs that are up on the last Sunday of the month which include: 

  1. Blogs of the month 
  2. Book recommendations  
  3. What did I curate? Resources I’m binging on – of course, I’ll be choosing the major ones. Just a brim of how much I curate! 
  4. Reminders & Reflections to ponder - Of various of my reflections of the month, I’ll choose one or a few. And some re-realized reminders! 
  5. My writing journey/ my book updates  

Here’s the “Monthly Wrap!” of July 2023. 

Blogs I wrote this month: 

  1. Blog 114: Shades of Dharma: Exploring the Nuances of Righteousness and Purpose 
  2. Blog 115: Broadening Your Horizon: The Power of Life Experiences 
  3. Blog 116: Embrace the Toolkit 
  4. Blog 117: Atheist vs Non-Ajnani: Embracing Humility in a Self-Centric Society 

Book Recommendations: 

This month I could read only 3 books:  

  1. Bhagavadgeetha (Like the Upanishads, this was part of my routine for the past 3 months, I’ve been trying to read at least 10 verses each day since May 2023). But no wonder this is the ultimate book. At first, it doesn’t feel like it, but if you observe the changes it brings to your thoughts and behavior, you’ll feel immense gratitude to be reading it. And of course, I’ll continue to re-read it again and again as required.
  2. Nudge 
  3. Tribes by Seth Godin

What I curated: 


  1. Daredevil Musthafa 
  2. Just my Luck 
  3. Bride Wars 


Adhura [Completed] 

YouTube videos: 

Reminders & reflections to ponder: 

  • We all live multiple lives in a single lifetime. 
  • Becoming too good in your own eyes can be very dangerous. Trapped in delusion. 
  • Some watch ( a personality, his/her work), learn and implement from them, some learn but do not implement, Some watch but do not learn, and Some choose to not watch at all. 
  • We all are in playing the probability game.  


Thank You 

Sanath Kumar Naibhi 

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