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The Nature of Things (2008)

English | 2008 | ISBN: 8122421415 | 136 Pages | PDF | 0,7 MB

Man is always in the quest for something, for better living, more happiness, etc. Instead, very often, unwillingly, he finds himself in undesirable situations. He ignores the most fundamental principles and laws of the universe, and yet, he expects everything to be okay. That is simply not possible. The universe does not revolve around our sweet wishes; there are certain principles and laws in existence, and we are all subjected to them; we are all governed by them.

The Nature of Things highlights some ideas that are very pertinent to our lives, so that we do not suffer unnecessarily. The travellers in this earthly sojourn are forewarned of the various snares and pitfalls, they will inevitably come across.

The Nature of Things prepares the reader to understand the most important voyage ? the voyage of life on earth.

Dr. Panch Ramalingam
Editor, Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Pondicherry, India.

The Nature of Things is one of the most beautiful gardens carried in the pocket. It helps to overcome negative thinking and builds up confidence.

Dr. Vasant Rao
Prof., Botany (Rtd.)
Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.

About the Author(s):
The author is an Indo-Mauritian. He had his primary and secondary education in Mauritius. He pursued his higher studies in U.K. After graduation in Chemistry, he worked for several years as a science teacher. Also as a freelance writer, he has collaborated with several newspapers.

Changeable and Non-Changeable Things
The Universal Laws and Principles
Goals and Means
Reaching the Goal with Right Steps
Are We the Masters of Our Destiny?
We Cannot Reverse the Course of Events
The Intrinsic Nature of the Foundation is the Same
Right Assessment is Imperative Before Responding
Adjustment to Changing Situations
Understanding the Nature of Things and Truth
Discernment of Truth from Untruth
Illusory and Insubstantial Appearances
Not to Judge by Appearances
Attending to Things in Awareness
It is Important to be Practical and Realistic in Life
Searching for Things
Rendering of Service
Optimal Conditions for Maximal Development
For any revolution, one Aims at the Roots
No Need to Complain Over Things That are Natural
We Must Abstain from Denaturing the Nature of Things
We Must not Force the Nature of Things
With Changing Parameters, the Value of Things Changes
No Need to be Perturbed by the Vicissitudes of Life
Time and Life
Life is More Precious Than Time
Procrastination-the Thief of Life
Biding Time to Act at the Right Moment
Happines-An Attitude
Too Much Goodness Becomes Harmful