Author: S A SaprePublisher: National Book TrustYear: 2010Language: AssamesePages: 82ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788123728363
The source of India's troubles has been the people who are thoroughly idle,' said Mahatma Gandhi. This book stresses the importance of work for psychological, social and economic well-being of an individual by citing interesting case studies of stalwarts like Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Einstein, to name a few only. It also highlights the fact that work is the essence of man's success in life.
1. Preface 2. World of Work3. Work Banishes Three Great Evils4. Work is as Natural as Play or Rest5. Leisure is Earned by Work6. Spectrum of Work7. Participation Leads to Involvement in Work8. Leisure Enriches Work9. Work can be Play10. Work can be Beautiful11. Work can be Creative12. Disciplined Work for National Development13. The Achievement Motivation14. Work is Moral Obligation15. Work is Our Greatest Guru16. Small is Revolutionary17. Work is Antidote to Grief18. Work Leads to Self-Realisation19. Motivation-Hygiene Theory20. Japanese Work Ethic21. Epilogue: What can I Contribute