An Easy Route to Peace

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Why is our society always in a state of boil? A small perturbation can lead to a world war, which could exterminate the race itself. I think humans are aware of this, since we always have a few strong advocates of peace, who keep prescribing various do’s and don’ts. In fact these restrictions yield nothing but making life a bit more uncomfortable. As a result, humans can never be at peace with themselves. In this, the culprit is human nature itself, mainly the abstraction called ‘the ultimate aim of life’, which we hold in high esteem. This book is suggesting a way to extricate ourselves. If we do so, and make necessary changes to our lifestyle, we stand to moderate our dependence on such obscure ideas, and herald a bright future for our future.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Roy T James

He has taken to writing on retirement from Indian Navy in 2013 after a lengthy career, during which he had the good luck to come across as colleagues, subordinates and superiors, a real, wide cross section of India, and quite a bit of the rest of the world. Every second person, during those years, that one had to do business with, thus being from entirely different backgrounds and consequently exposing a kaleidoscopic view of society, he couldn't but reflect on human transactions in many colors, each of them leading to a horde of imponderables, human or non human, living and non living.

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