Because Words Matter by Kailash Satyarthi | Book Review


This book offers the guidance and teachings of Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi. He has waged a peaceful struggle to stop children from being exploited as labour instead of being sent to school. The power of simplicity and humility in his messages has transformed the lives of millions of children. What he achieved through a single-minded devotion to the cause is testimony of how people can make a difference through seemingly small actions.
What Satyarthi has been saying for the last thirty-six years are not merely words confined to the cause of children; in fact they represent the voice of freedom, anger, compassion and humanity. Words have the power to provoke, inspire and transform. Perhaps these can inspire the readers to work towards a more meaningful life…because words matter.


Kailash Satyarthi


Rupa Publications

Release date:

October 20th 2017

No. of Pages:

Hardcover, 168 Pages

Often we have to remind ourselves that it takes the initiation of an idea by a single person to open windows of possibilities to enhance our lives. Quotes can make you laugh, ponder their wisdom, cry, think beyond our shallow thinking, uplift, comfort. I enjoy all these feelings when I come upon these thoughtful words. It has great quotes, that inspire to lead a better life with a positive attitude.

A quick and easy to read book full of inspirational and motivational subject materials. Great for a little inspiration to start your day or if you need a little positive energy when life gets the best of you. Who can't use a pick-me-up now and then. I highly recommend this. Everyone should have a copy handy.


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