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Highlights of Reader’s Digest December 2018, issue: It’s the end of the year and we are abandoning rationalism for once to believe in miracles—this is the season after all! This Christmas, we bring to you stories—these gifts—of wonder, faith and eternal life that are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and a rush of warmth to your heart. This spirit of wonder and oneness is echoed in the other specials in this issue: ‘The Fine Art of Gifting’ offers a helpful primer on giving the perfect present; ‘A Hearty Feast’ celebrates the tradition of dining together and forming bonds that last a lifetime; travel pointers for a very Christmassy vacation; tips to save you from embarrassing party fouls as ‘’Tis the Season of Social Disasters’; and ‘The Christmas Guitar’, a yuletide gift that unwraps long-lost memories. That’s not all. The December issue is packed with stories that are humorous, heartwarming and of course full of hope. Don’t miss out on how C. Y. Gopinath ticked off one-fourth of The Beatles, George Harrison and got into a Martin Scorsese movie years later; the Ramsay brothers’ favourite villain who is actually a soft-spoken gentleman; the story of a Second World War veteran who had nothing but his big dreams, which birthed the SOS villages worldwide; and a Major’s journey round the world with one good leg, made possible only through his mad ambition and determination. Also featured: Twinkle Khanna’s memories of her mother dearest; a breakdown of the harmful effects of air pollution by Dr (Prof) Arvind Kumar; classical musician Ayaan Ali’s first job; and peek into writer Amitabha Bagchi’s bilingual bookshelf.

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