‘The Journey Traveller With in’ by Tarun Deep Singh falls in the Self-help genre. When I received this book for review, I thought it to be an easy read… But boy! I was wrong! The book kind of proved to be a very Profound read! I had to re-read a few Paragraphs and chapters to understand what the Author was trying to say.
Publication Date: June 6th, 2018
Publisher: Wordit Content Design & Editing Services Pvt Ltd
Page Count: 169 pages
Opening Sentence: “Manu realized that they had been tricked, but it was too late.”
Every human is a seeker of ‘Truth’. But almost all give up in the middle since they are threatened by their alter ego, ‘The Fallen One’. The first step is to accept that yes, ‘I’ am ‘The Fallen One’ and then proceed for soul-searching. This is unstable equilibrium so the caution has to be practiced. So, I would like to reach ‘Youth of India’ in particular by presenting to them what ‘search for self-realization’ has to offer. It is not easy, perhaps the most difficult task to be undertaken, but the persistence is the key. The book also contains a few concepts related to science and mathematics which should interest logical minds. It is also meant for those who have gone under the same set of experience while performing soul search.
The book has a very unique concept to it, which makes the book more fun to read. Author has tried to make the book more appealing and interesting to the Non-Fiction readers like me by using Science and Mathematics and a few Diagrams. I must tell you that each chapter is unique unto itself. References, analogies, and Dohe used here are beautiful and are parallel to the feelings you are going through while reading that particular chapter at that moment. Moreover, after reading the book, it gives you fodder for thought.
What I Learned
1. Question yourself.
3. Be a Seeker,
4. Don’t Give up, (be The Fallen One)
5. The ultimate destination is the answer “The acceptance”
The Author Tarun Deep Singh has done has done a lot of research before weaving the book together.
Me being a Staunch fiction reader really enjoyed the book. Dohas(references in Hindi) were my favorite part. The transition from one chapter to the next is smooth and in connection. It’s a very short read but the impact it leaves on your mind is huge.
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My Rating: 4/5 stars
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