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Ha ha hu hu, Handwash and Doughnut - Issue #14

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Ha ha hu hu, Handwash and Doughnut - Issue #14
By Satendra • Issue #14 • View online
Hi, I’m very and and also I don’t have a laptop rn, so I apologise in advance for any error that may occur.

What am I reading? 📚
This week was a bit eh, as the time which I assigned for reading was spent sitting on a bench in a temple, waiting for kids to get off the swing, so that I can have some good time, but unfortunately the number of kids in India are too much. So, me and my friend rather spent the time talking.
Btw, I just ordered four books -
1) A house for Mr. Biswas by V.S. Naipaul. 2) Sacred Waters: A Pilgrimage up the Ganges by Stephen Alter. 3) Ha Ha Hu Hu: A Horse-headed God in Trafalgar Square by Viswanatha Satyanarayana. 4) Deewar mein ek khidki rehti thi by Vinod Kumar Shukl.
I plan to read the Indian trilogy by V.S. Naipaul in December, if I finish the aforementioned books before December.
Try this out 👨‍🔬
Wash your face with handwash - Yes, you read it correctly. Do something which you don’t generally do or something you haven’t tried. It can be visiting a new place, reading a book by a person you hate, writing a poem or an essay on a topic you’ve no idea about, listening to an entirely new artist on loop, appreciating someone’s newsletter, and so on.
Favorites of the week 🖤
Quote -
 “Keep your eye on the doughnut, not on the hole.” - David Lynch
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