Celebrate your life to stand out from crowd

   Jan 3, 6:36 pm

New Delhi, Jan 3 (ANI): Life is for living and making it significant. But do you know the art of living to the fullest and celebrating life? If you are lagging behind somewhere in this fast moving world or are unable to achieve the status you deserve at the professional front, not that you are not up-to it. There is something within that needs discovering you. It poses a question how to overcome this serious concern and the answer is simple: 'Celebrate Your Life'.

Celebrate Your Life is the latest book by noted author Dr Birbal Jha who, to his credit, has more than 20 books on the English language and general interests of readers. The enthusiasm exuded by readers has spurred Dr Jha on to come close peep into their basic problems and offer all time suggestions to cure the ills the younger generation faces.

"My years of experience tell me that your work is of great benefit, especially in India context, but none the less relevant to an international audience. One is tempted to view 'Celebrate Your Life' as yet another self-help manual, but it forms a core of knowledge which is eminently suitable for use in a classroom environment as well," writes Prof Elizabeth Schoel, Emeritus Course Leader in Personal growth at the University of Oxford.

Dr Jha never tells us what to do rather he shows the way and leaves the ultimate outcomes to the readers. It is a captivating and attention-grabbing book, which includes a variety of quotes and illustrations that complement each section.

One of the good things about this benchmark book is the format, with the brainy use of chapters and sub-chapters the reader is able to dip into the book for specific information, a set of pointers and titles directs us to exactly what we are looking for.

"Celebrate your Life" is divided into five chapters: Turning On, Installing, Skilling, Persona and Realization. Each chapter then goes into greater detail under these headings and covers the key points.

Two people whose lives come under the book's spotlight are Abraham Lincoln and Anna Hazare. Both had difficult beginnings yet grew into powerful personalities by determination and having the courage of their convictions. Stories like these encourage readers to follow the examples they set.

Celebrate your Life neither preaches nor purveys moral or religious platitudes; it maintains a healthy balance between the cerebral and the practical aspects of a deeply involved subject. In short it's an enthralling, informative read. (ANI)

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