From the Author
This book is intended for the general reader. However, I particularly think that it will be useful to young people who are interested in understanding life, and also to those people who wish to explore their natural gifts.
My recommendations are based on my personal experiences and are not based on intellectual propositions. If you are keen to understand life, you may need to test these insights within your own life experiences rather than merely depending on logical conclusions. I want you to rely on your own experimental results.
Understanding life does not require you to get a certificate or expertise. A need to acquire certificates makes you ignore a truer understanding of life. This is because when there is a need to be an expert in a particular field, the mind ignores facts that do not support one's aim. A deep passion to understand how to deal with our lives intelligently, and not because we want certificates in exchange for our understanding, helps us become better human beings. If we do not understand what we are doing and verify whether our strategies can further help us to survive, we are in danger of becoming extinct before nature makes a decision on the entire human race.
I have neither attempted to give the reader what he wants, nor attempted to give what I want. I wish to tell the reader what I see as facts and awaken the intelligence that he already has. In this book, we will go through a journey in which none of us are greater than one another. Thus we will destroy psychological barriers to uncover a cognitive skill that helps us to see the facts. In this journey, we will see the facts, although society does not necessarily respect them. Unless we have time and a deep interest in looking at the facts of life that exist beyond a value-based system, we will not possibility understand life as it is.
In this journey we will not consider opinions, because the facts do not require the support of opinions. We will park our opinions like we park our cars and walk away on a bumpy road, even if we do not like it - because this is what we must do if our interest is finding the unknown truth of life.
From the Inside Flap
Life becomes meaningful as long as your life is more important than your ideas and requirements. - From this book.
Life cannot sustain as long as we treat life as a machine or business - because life requires the flow of Nature's intelligence and it always moves in a non-linear fashion. - From this book