Author: Rakesh K MittalPublisher: SterlingYear: 2006Language: EnglishPages: 125ISBN/UPC (if available): 8120728955
The common concept of humanity revolves round the personality of an individual and that too is often narrowed down to the physical person which is objective and perceivable as an essential tool for social behaviour. But what lies under this exterior is a whole mass of emotions, responses and reactions which activate the physical personality or else the external form is nothing but a mass of dead and inert matter. These two layers of the human personality are clearly discernible even to an outsider. But there is a subtler undercurrent of ideas, thoughts and impressions which serve as a causative layer to the internal personality and from which the emotions responses and reactions arise. It is this causative layer, the implicit identity, which completely controls the working of the two former layers of personality to constitute layer. In this book, the author has compiled his feelings and experiences at the causative layer, depicting how every event of life is a step towards evolution.
FOREWORD By T P TewaryPREFACEBenediction by Swami Bhoomananda TirthaThe state of fearlessnessThe mathematics of lifeLiving like an asymptote The richness of povertyFission of the human mindBeing like the seaFriends vs. relativesDiving in the world oceanFour dimensions of personalityMy job is very importantPositive revengeLiving as an observerTenure on this earthDiscovery of a friendA total view of lifeConstructive destructionSilver jubileeFalse ceilingPermanent or less temporaryMinus infinity to plus infinityVarilux lensCo-ordinates of lifeTraffic jamOhm's law of lifeThe divine courtGod as an accountantWhen you keep your wordGandhiji's monkeyInspiration from the voidThe fall of ShivalikDialling code of GodFrom known to unknownRoom for improvementState of fluxLiving in the presentWomen and goldCoconut waterKnowledge and wisdomLife before deathRole of the wickedAll things are smallStrength of humilityPower of compassionVariety not hierarchyAnswers of our problemsThe entropy lawThe photograph has changedGuru PoornimaGod and the governmentWho needs GodThe goal of life