Delve into the world of superstitions in Reader’s Digest’s May 2016 issue, as we explore harmless beliefs that may have become a part of our everyday life, but often hold us back. The story also looks at why we believe in these practices, some of which can be harmful, sometimes even illegal. This issue is also packed with reading that’s perfect for long, summer days. Draw inspiration from real-life hero Gurmeet Singh, who looks after those patients in Patna who have no one. Get up close and personal with pop star Phil Collins in an interview that traces his career and his music. Don’t forget to read the delightful true love story of Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz’s red-haired girl, and a nerve-wracking tale of a fire on a ferry in our Bonus Read. Plus, there are our regular features: the humour departments, a heart-rending Drama in Real Life and an uplifting tale of the kindness of a stranger in a foreign land. Happy reading!!
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