FREEDOM IS NOT FREE

“If i am not for myself, then who is?
And if i am only for myself, then what am I ?”

FREEDOM IS NOT FREE

“If i am not for myself, then who is?
And if i am only for myself, then what am I ?”

THIS IS YOUR MOMENT!

"if we are not part of the solution, then we are the problem."
Empower yourself and stop being a victim immediately.
Take charge of your life and be in control of your destiny.
Propel yourself and your Nation to success.
Every nation writes its autobiography by the actions or inactions of its citizens.
This book is a wake-up call for those whose conscience has gone into sleep. But is not yet dead. Its is a call to action for those whose hearts beat and weep for India. It invokes the participation of ordinary citizens so that they take up cudgels for the Nation-a-challenge that will put us on the path to prosperity. The author encourages every Indian to take the initiative in bringing glory to India.
The book is a result of the author's anguish and refusal to tolerate injustice, corruption and oppression and further. He calls upon the common man to stand up and fight for the principles, so that all Indians can live a life of honour, dignity and prosperity.

You can be the leader!
Take control of your own destiny!

THIS IS YOUR MOMENT!

"if we are not part of the solution, then we are the problem."
Empower yourself and stop being a victim immediately.
Take charge of your life and be in control of your destiny.
Propel yourself and your Nation to success.
Every nation writes its autobiography by the actions or inactions of its citizens.
This book is a wake-up call for those whose conscience has gone into sleep. But is not yet dead. Its is a call to action for those whose hearts beat and weep for India. It invokes the participation of ordinary citizens so that they take up cudgels for the Nation-a-challenge that will put us on the path to prosperity. The author encourages every Indian to take the initiative in bringing glory to India.
The book is a result of the author's anguish and refusal to tolerate injustice, corruption and oppression and further. He calls upon the common man to stand up and fight for the principles, so that all Indians can live a life of honour, dignity and prosperity.

You can be the leader!
Take control of your own destiny!
 

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS


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ne day, a rich man took his young son on a trip to the country with the express purpose of showing him how poor people live. They spent a day and a night on the farm of a very poor family. When they returned from there trip, the father asked his son, "How was the trip?" " Very good, dad!" "Did you see how poor people live?"the father asked. "Yeah!" "And what did you learn?" The son answered, " I saw that we have one dog at home, and they have four. We have a pool that reaches the middle of the garden, while they have a creek that has no end. We have imported lamps in the garden, they have the stars. Our patio reaches only till the front yard and they have a whole horizon". upon hearing what the little boy said, his father was left speechless
The above story came to me from an NRI in the United Kingdom, and it strives to make a point. I appreciate the little boys "innocent optimism", but i must hasten to add that though the NRI did see it he failed to recognise what he saw. No matter how we look at it, there is a big difference between a condition and its perception. A condition remains just that a condition, until it is changed. Poverty and hunger are conditions. No matter how we perceive the stars and the creeks, it still doesn't help feed a hungry stomach and doesn't save the life of a child who is dying because he can't afford the medicine.

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ne day, a rich man took his young son on a trip to the country with the express purpose of showing him how poor people live. They spent a day and a night on the farm of a very poor family. When they returned from there trip, the father asked his son, "How was the trip?" " Very good, dad!" "Did you see how poor people live?"the father asked. "Yeah!" "And what did you learn?" The son answered, " I saw that we have one dog at home, and they have four. We have a pool that reaches the middle of the garden, while they have a creek that has no end. We have imported lamps in the garden, they have the stars. Our patio reaches only till the front yard and they have a whole horizon". upon hearing what the little boy said, his father was left speechless
The above story came to me from an NRI in the United Kingdom, and it strives to make a point. I appreciate the little boys "innocent optimism", but i must hasten to add that though the NRI did see it he failed to recognise what he saw. No matter how we look at it, there is a big difference between a condition and its perception. A condition remains just that a condition, until it is changed. Poverty and hunger are conditions. No matter how we perceive the stars and the creeks, it still doesn't help feed a hungry stomach and doesn't save the life of a child who is dying because he can't afford the medicine.