Most of us, start our day with a quick scroll of news in our Facebook newsfeed, or sometimes Twitter. It happens so that we start feeding our mind, a morning breakfast of unhealthy news stuff not good for our neurological system. It is fed unknowingly as a ‘must have diet’ to boost our mornings, but results in a gradual degradation of how we see our life and world around us. Everything looks like 100x bigger in news. It is like making us feel that the terrorists are hiding in our bedroom, or that psychopath is right across our apartment, or even that the economic policy is straight away eating our money. News seems to be just creating noise. We are biased by the way the journalists or contributing writers look at this world. We need to stop taking every bit of news items seriously and apply our own common sense to make better insights about this world. We seem to accept facts, not form an opinion. We should read analysis, but must make our own. Contradicting news articles which we read across social media platforms along with hundreds of different perspectives by users, actually cloud our judgement. How to make sense out of this world when the media throws clutter and garbage consistently? What we see in social media is social anger, impulsive reactions to news, sometimes even without understanding it fully. A constant urge to react, to let our reactions be social, and discuss it superficially without content or context. This is giving instant gratification to many, including me. It’s time for some healthy feed to our mind, not just junk news. Our soul is hungry for content which can uplift us, and we must feed it properly, not let it starve! Start reading books.