For the multitude of people, eventful or momentous happenings are not turning points in their life, or dots, as this little, delightful book calls them, but little, everyday, seemingly trivial incidents. Life in an endless train of such commonplace incidents.
This book is a mirror to this train, draws factually and faithfully, from the lives of ordinary people, who have themselves drawn inspiration from ordinary people's life themselves.
The inspiration could come from a father or a mother or a grandfather, with failing health, or from a friend, whom destiny confined to the wheelchair, but who successfully fought with that destiny, or even from mundane, passion and sentiments. There is much to learn from you and me. This is what instantly connects the book with readers and makes it eminently readbale.