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The Cup of Life - A Journey Towards Self Contemplation

by Seeta Rajesh Nawagekar

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The Cup of Life is an absorbing, thought-provoking self-help book which is the outcome of a deep involvement of the author with the challenges in her life. Equipped with a questioning mind and an unusually ingenuous temperament, she is guided in her journey through life by qualities of heed and heart that are disarming. Taking her experiences in life as examples she goes through a whole gamut of emotions and thought process to provide readers with ready to accept ways of handling tough issues, relationships, both familial and other, and problems dealing with one's own passion and involvement. She advocates a close look at life and all its aspects with a view to improving and enriching it. In doing so she feels strongly that we must try and alter our perspectives, think deeper and engage in an appropriate dialogue with our own selves to produce better results.

The book is an easy to read and comprehend guidebook that can cater to a wide section of readers, young and old, without bias-written in a racy, flowing narrative style, the book is a unique description of the manner in which common, everyday issues can provide opportunities to show how one can learn lessons from life.

A must be read book for all who are seriously interested in leading an enlightening and enriching life.
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