Lady Diana Killed In Car Crash In Paris- This Day 1997

If there was one thing I loved about this woman,she had a heart of gold…she was able to reach out to all.


Hard to believe it was 15 years ago that Lady Diana, Princess of Wales and  her companion Dodi Al-Fayed were killed in a car crash in Paris. France. I believe it was a Saturday night. I was about to go to bed when the news of the accident broke. The first reports didn’t sound very good. I stayed up until the news broke of her death. I am not someone who thinks much about the Royal Family types. They matter little to me but still it was sad to see someone die so young. She would have only been 51 today.

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  1. The Alchemist- Paulo Coehlo
  2. The book thief by Markus zusak
  3. The widow of larkspur inn-Lawana blackwell
  4. The jungle book-Rudyard Kipling
  5. King solomon’s mine- Rider Haggard
  6. Season of passion-Daniel steele
  7. Treasure Island- R.L Stevenson
  8. eleven minutes by Paulo coelho
  9. How to find your soul mate by Jane Roder
  10. Out live you life-Max Lucado
  11. The brothers Karamozov-Fyodor D
  12. heaven is for real-Ted Burpo
  13. Abraham Lincoln biography
  14. Ben Hur-lew Wallace
  15. TO kill a mocking bird-Harper Lee
  16. War and peace -Leo Tolstoy
  17. One hundred years of solitude-Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  18. Eat,pray and love -Elizabeth Gilbert
  19. 100 ways to motivate others-Steve Chandler
  20. The graveyard book-Neil Gailman
  21. Rose-V.C Andrews
  22. Gifted hands- Ben Carson
  23. Think Big-Ben Carson
  24. The big picture-Ben Carson
  25. The Confessions of Catherine de Medici-C W Gordner
  26. Last man standing-Cindy Gerard
  27. Sing me to sleep-Angela Morrisson
  28. His needs,her needs-Willard F Harley.Jr
  29. Escape from camp 14-Blaine Harden
  30. The school boy-O.W Holmes
  31. As i lay dying-William Faulkner
  32. All the kings men-Robert  Penn Warren
  33. Women-Charles Bukowski
  34. The Autobiography of Malcom X-Alex Hurley
  35. As a man thinketh-James Allen
  36. Lolita-Vladimir Nabokov
  37. Think and grow rich-Napoleon Hill
  38. Rich dad,poor dad-Robert Kiyosaki
  39. Mother Theresa-Joan Graff
  40. Faith like potatoes -Angus Buchan

I am still compiling the list…funny how it is longer than i thought it would be..


  1.  Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
  2.  The Lord of the Rings – JRR Tolkien
  3. Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte
  4.  The Bible – read parts
  5.  Wuthering Heights – Emily Bronte
  6.  Great Expectations – Charles Dickens
  7.  Little Women – Louisa M Alcott
  8.  The Time Traveller’s Wife – Audrey Niffenegger
  9.  Crime and Punishment – Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  10.  Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll
  11.  The Wind in the Willows – Kenneth Grahame
  12.  Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoy
  13.  David Copperfield – Charles Dickens
  14.  Chronicles of Narnia – CS Lewis
  15.  Emma – Jane Austen
  16.  Persuasion – Jane Austen
  17.  The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
  18. The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseini
  19. Winnie the Pooh – AA Milne
  20.  Animal Farm – George Orwell
  21. The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown
  22. One Hundred Years of Solitude – Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  23. Anne of Green Gables – LM Montgomery
  24.  Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen
  25.  A Tale Of Two Cities – Charles Dickens
  26.  Count of Monte Cristo – Alexandre Dumas
  27.  Bridget Jones’s Diary – Helen Fielding
  28.  Oliver Twist – Charles Dickens
  29.  The Secret Garden – Frances Hodgson Burnett
  30.  A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens
  31.  Charlotte’s Web – EB White
  32.  The Five People You Meet In Heaven – Mitch Albom
  33.  Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  34.  The Three Musketeers – Alexandre Dumas
  35.  Les Miserables – Victor Hugo –
  36. Tuesday’s with Morrie-Mitch albom
  37. Why men love bitches-Sherry Argov
  38. I kissed dating goodbye-Joshua Harris
  39. The curious case of Benjamin Button
  40. The river and the source
  41. Looking for a rain god and other short stories
  42. The burdens  by John Ruganda
  43. Gulliver’s travels by Jonathan Swift
  44. Tintin
  45. Asterix and Obelix
  46. Archie and Sabrina
  47. The adventures of Huckleberry finn by Mark Twain
  48. The hound of baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle
  49. Things fall apart by Chinua Achebe
  50. Half of a yellow sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  51. Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  52. Atonement child by Franscine Rivers
  53. Hadassah by Franscine Rivers
  54. Leota’s garden – Franscine Rivers
  55. And the shofar blew-Franscine Rivers
  56. Doomsday Conspiracy-Sidney sheldon
  57. Rapunzel
  58. snow white and the seven dwarfs
  59. Robinson Crusoe by Danie Defoe
  60. The firm-John Grisham
  61. The testament-John Grisham
  62. Honesty,Morality and conscience-Jerry white
  63. The christian signature-Edward Buri
  64. The happiness project
  65. Mark of the lion-Franscine Rivers
  66. No higher honor-Condoleeza Rice
  67. The monk who sold his ferrari-Robin Sharma
  68. How to speak to anybody,anywhere any time-Larry King
  69. Swiss family robinson-Johann David wyss
  70. The art of warfare-Sun Tzu
  71. Barrack Obama -a biography
  72. Who moved my cheese
  73. Fish
  74. Lineage of Grace-Franscine Rivers
  75. Strength’s finder by Tom Wrath
  76. Redeeming love-Franscine rivers
  77. The Scarlet thread
  78. A voice in the wind-Francine rivers
  79. The last sin eater-Francine rivers
  80. As sure as the dawn-Francine rivers
  81. Kisima cha giningi
  82. Unveiled:Tama-Francine rivers
  83. Hadassah: One night with the king-Tommy Tenney
  84. 90 minutes in heaven-Don piper
  85. Finding favor with the king-Tommy Tenney
  86. left behind series(1-13)
  87. Master of the game-Sidney sheldon
  88. Rage of angels-Sidney sheldon
  89. Memories of midnight-Sidney Sheldon
  90. The other side of midnight-Sidney sheldon
  91. Sands of time-Sidney sheldon
  92. A stranger in the mirror-Sidney Sheldon
  93. Windmills of the gods-Sidney sheldon
  94. The stars shine down-Sidney Sheldon
  95. The best laid plans-Sidney sheldon
  96. The sky is falling-Sidney Sheldon
  97. Every womans battle by Sharon Ethridge
  98. The 5 love languages-Gary Chapman
  99. Skipping christmas-John Grisham
  100. The runaway jury-John grishamImage


In the movie Limitless (2011), Bradley Cooper who is a struggling writer meets a brother to his ex-girlfriend, who in turn introduces him to a powerful drug that  bestows him with super human abilities. He completes his book in four days and submits it to the publisher who is equally shocked at the speed of delivery or is it completion?

He begins to calculate mathematical problems in a way that many do not understand. As a result he is on high demand for his abilities as everything he touches transforms into a form of profit.

It is interesting to note that I watched this movie two days ago however I had watched it a year back. This time the lessons were quite clear and  at some point I kept thinking how did I not see this part, but then again the human eye is bound to miss a thing or two.

There are many perspectives to which you can look at this movie from. In my world I realized there was something intriguing about the title. Many are times we are in so much doubt of our abilities and in the process we take longer to spread out our wings into full potential.

Even though the drug turns out to be lethal in its side effects when not taken on a continuous basis, it got me thinking just how much ability I have within me. I realized I have limitless ability and potential. It is up to me to make it happen; no one else can dream it for me.

My mindset is changed and I am aiming for limitless. Most schools I know have “the sky is the limit” as their motto. So my new motto is “Limitless” and I am going to make it happen. Will you make your limitless opportunities happen?

Lets go!