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Uncommon Sense Forest For The Trees

Uncommon Sense Forest For The Trees ...

  • Author: Nirmal Singh Raghav

Life is relation. All we know is because of relations. Whatever and where ever we are, we are because of our relations. Family, institute or organization, anywhere and everywhere, we are continuously living relations. Interestingly, it’s not only about how we relate with things outside, its more about how we relate with ourselves. How literate are we about ourselves, is the lever in my hand or I am drifted by the external forces. Uncommon sense – Forest for the trees is about understanding how you create your own reality. What you think and how you think, what you speak and why you speak? Why you behave more same less different? Why things look stranded? Is mysticism science that we do not know? Can we see the emerging? The book touches upon these important questions. Book will surprise the student, it will make a professor rethink, a manager change and the parents discover. Irrespective of the stage in life, Uncommon Sense will make all human beings wiser, wider and happier. Book may get individuals realize that all of us are exclusive and special, let us illuminate collectively

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