top of page

Thank You Life!" - A Heartwarming Read Full of Wisdom and Positivity

Sanskriti Bhatt's debut self-help book "Thank You Life!" is a refreshing read in today's fast-paced and stressful world. At just 23 years old, Sanskriti shares simple yet profound insights on life, love, purpose and happiness through bite-sized chapters.


The book starts with a heartfelt acknowledgement of all the people and experiences that have shaped the author's journey so far. This sets the tone for the wisdom that follows - a wisdom beyond her years that encourages readers to focus on the blessings in their own lives.


Divided into chapters of just 2-3 pages each, the book can be read in short sittings, allowing the messages to truly sink in. Sanskriti writes in a conversational style, using personal anecdotes and relatable examples that make you feel like you're having an uplifting chat with a dear friend.


There's no preaching or complex jargon here. Just honest, thoughtful musings on how to live with more gratitude, optimism and humanity.


Some of my favorite passages include "Set Out for Your Dreams", where Sanskriti beautifully expresses having hope and determination to achieve your goals despite challenges. In "Realise", she prompts self-reflection to understand our mistakes and weaknesses, the first step to self-improvement.


"Believe and Belief" and "You Are Light" are wonderfully motivating, urging readers to have faith in themselves and their beliefs to make them a reality. There are also insightful chapters on self-love, dealing with difficult people, the power of silence, consistency, expectations and more.


Sanskriti often draws inspiration from her personal experiences, such as overcoming failures in acting, to share uplifting advice. Her writing has a maturity beyond her years, touching upon profound concepts like destiny, humanity, wisdom, truth and progress.


Unlike many self-help books, there is no formulaic advice or "life hacks" here. Just simple yet meaningful ideas to pause, reflect and inject more positivity into daily life. Sanskriti's thoughtful insights will resonant deeply with readers of all ages and backgrounds.


While mostly well-written, there are occasionally some grammatical errors and repetition of ideas that an editor could polish. But this does not overly detract from the genuine warmth and wisdom Sanskriti brings to every chapter.


Overall, "Thank You Life!" is the kind of book you won't want to put down once you start reading. It's a breath of fresh air from a talented young writer with a big heart and even bigger dreams. Her journey of self-discovery and willingness to share it will surely inspire others to live with more gratitude, purpose and compassion. I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking uplifting perspectives on how to live life to the fullest.

Purchase Link:


bottom of page