#readtoday A book that caught my attention was this, because it talks about one facts that come to you and more watching what they went through these girls..

Set in a prison, Prisons describes the reality of a prison from two different opposing points of view: that of Leire, who consents as a volunteer, and that of Azahara, locked up for a terrible crime. However, however different their perspectives may be, both will soon discover that bars are not the only way to turn people into prey.

So if you want to find out a little more about what it's all about you can buy it at your nearest bookstore or buy it on Amazon.
¿Cuál es la peor película que has visto?
#qa What is the worst movie you have seen? #·qa  On many occasions you go to the cinema to see a movie with great enthusiasm and you are disappointed, sometimes I think that I even lost my money, in fact, I even forget their titles. Among those "Top cat" or Don gato. The disappointment was great, especially when it was shown on television the next day. I felt ripped off. And what was your worst movie? ¿Cuál es la peor película que has visto? En muchas ocasiones vas al cine a ver una película con mucho entusiasmo y te llevas una decepción, a veces pienso que hasta perdí mi dinero, de hecho, olvido hasta sus títulos.  Entre esas “Top cat” o Don gato.  La decepción fue grande, sobre todo cuando al otro día la pasaron por televisión.  Me sentí estafada.  Y cual fue tu peor película?
Enigmas Of The Universe Can Never Be Unraveled.
#nonfiction After remaining unemployed for some time, I got a job with Punjab State Civil Supplies Corporation (PUNSUP) - a state government organization - albeit on contract basis. I served this organization for about five years. My first posting was in Ludhiana which also happens to be my birthplace. At the Ludhiana Office, I became friends with Pardeep, who was also a new recruit like me. Ram Mehar was a small tea vendor at some distance from the Office. I, along with Pardeep, would visit Ram Mehar's kiosk invariably during the lunch time to have a refreshing cup of ginger, tulsi and cinnamon tea. Ram Mehar knew that I liked less sugar, so he would prepare my tea separately. Soon he became chummy, often discussed his family problems with me. After six months, I was transferred back to the Head Office, Chandigarh where I was deputed in the Accounts & Audit Branch. One day, while taking a stroll in Sector 34 during lunch time, I was astonished to find Ram Mehar in the market. Surprisingly I asked, "Ram Mehar, what are you doing here?" "Sahib ji, it's nice to see you again after a while. Sahib ji, I'm planning to shift to Chandigarh. So I'm looking for a suitable shop." he said, joyously.   "Good, let me know if you need any help." I said, started returning to my office. Next day, Pardeep came from Ludhiana to the Head Office, for some official work. He met me, we had lunch together. After the lunch, I told him about my meeting with Ram Mehar. He looked at me with startled eyes and said, "You must be joking. Don't you know that Ram Mehar died of heart attack last month!" For some days, I remained in a stupefied state. After recovering a bit from the shock, I wrote a letter to my Guru ji, telling him about the  incident. H.H. Swami Chinmayananda ji wrote back, "Son, there is nothing unusual about the incident that you have mentioned. The countless enigmas of this universe can never be unraveled, however hard the material sciences may try. The ways of the Lord are inscrutable. Son, just look around yourself. Innumerable, inanimate lumps of dirt are laughing, crying, eating, procreating. Can't you see this biggest of all miracles!" ~ Sanjay Gargish ~

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