Where are the solutions to life's problems? Where can you find answers to the questions that vex you? Why does the world seem such a cruel, unfair place? Why is there so much suffering and misery? And who - oh who is going to put it all right?
Dada J. P. Vaswani's answer is firm and clear: You can make a difference!
Our ancient rishis taught us the great truth: Tat Twamasi! That art thou! We are not worm crawling between life and death; we are immortal souls; His Divine spark is in us and when we set our hearts on it, we can and we will make a difference.
The inspiring stories in this collection can show you just how you can connect with your higher self and become an agent of change for you and for others around you. Select from Dada J. P. Vaswani's uplifting discourses and highly sought after books and articles, there stories are sure to make you realize the truth that you can be your own best friend!
Dada J. P. Vaswani is an amazing story teller. He can convey the most profound truths and the most complex ideas through a delightful, well-chosen anecdote or parable. You will find these stories gripping, unput-downable, even while they change your thinking and make you connect with the highest and the best that is within you.
About the Author:
J. P. Vaswani needs no introduction to readers of inspirational literature. He is regarded as one of the leading spiritual luminaries of India, a practical philosopher and a man of God whose grace has influenced thousands all over the world.
A gifted writer and brilliant orator, Dada, as he is lovingly called, has addressed distinguished audiences worldwide, communicating only as he can, the positive messages of love, faith, joy and peace.
J. P. Vaswani is a recipient of several honors, including the prestigious U Thant Peace Award. He has written over 80 books, many of which have been translated in various foreign languages.
As His Holiness the Dalai Lama has aptly portrayed him, Dada J. P. Vaswani epitomizes the life of Dharma. He is a living example of how the spirit and practice of our ancient traditions can be purely maintained, even amidst the changes and challenges of this modern age.