We've all read that book where our favorite character embarks on a journey to find their true self and saves the world in the process. Most people who relate to these types of books either have some sort of superhero identity themselves or wish they did. What if you haven't found your personal hero yet? Well, it just so happens that reading a book can actually help you do just that.
A recent study from the University of Sussex surveyed 1,500 men and women over a six-month period and found that people who read fiction were more likely to embrace values such as altruism, self-control, openness, intellectual self-enhancement, than those who didn't read fiction.
Books are the best friend of man, reading a book not only changes the person's personal behavior but also changes the person's personal behavior. Motivates to do tasks. Book knowledge is such an education from which we learn to respect our elders, how we should talk to whom at what time and the people who have bookish knowledge, how to sit with people in society, how to talk and society They have a different status in me.