This book as it title’s shows is a unique tale of a soul and her hidden Pearls, which tells all about ones exploration of inners; sometimes influenced and sometimes disturbed by its surroundings. It tells harsh bitter reality of its appearance and sometimes it shows the inner serenity of blessings. It is an opened door for the reader’s sight to have a look at things that are not actually apparent in the body, “The Real Self” and that part is named GIRL IN VEIL. Yes, my bolder and fearless part away from the bounded conventional side of my appearance but not totally detached, it moves side by side but works only when my apparent body feels an inability to say something. Although all that it talks is about me but what if every single one of you have something veiled inside? Your hidden soul? Named it differently but having the same one, feels the same or, more likely the same?
As said: “When we talk about ourselves, about others, or simply about things, we want- it could be said – to reveal ourselves in our words: We want to show what we think and feel. We let other have a glimpse into our soul.” (Pascal Mercier, Night train to Lisbon)
So, this book is a food for souls from a soul, that revolves around faith with in and sometimes around this code of living today that bounds the outer mortal, and fewer of times around those nourished new minds that show in’s and out’s through actions and reactions.