Yes to Life!
Carl's life is going nowhere. His reaction to life is mostly in negative. And somehow life seems to go past him. His friends have also started accepting his absence as norm from their plans. His wife has left for some other guy and he can't get over it, either. Now, enter a friend, who has attended a self-help seminar, where Yes is the new No. He is coaxed in accepting the option of Yes in his life, as a covenant.
Just out of the seminar, he agrees to drop a homeless guy at a far-off place, parts with his cash and runs out of cellphone battery (courtesy ...» Read full review
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