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Almighty's Embryo: If I live today, He'll keep me alive tomorrow! by [Thakur, Swapnil]

Almighty's Embryo: If I live today, He'll keep me alive tomorrow! Kindle Edition

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Length: 397 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Like every other creature, we, the humans take birth, make our living and die.
But why? What is the purpose of our life? Are we born to code software or play sports? Are we happy in what we do or will we be happy if we become (or rather earn) like our favourite singer, sportsman or actor? Who is responsible for our wrong career choices? Is it our parents? If we are really so obedient do we really listen to parents when they stop us from becoming alcoholic or drug addict. However, is drug addiction really bad? If yes, why did Almighty create drugs? Doesn’t he want us to live a good life? All our life we are taught to give up our anger and other such evils. But if these are the evils why doesn’t the Almighty finish it off for once and all? Why are we born with these evils at all? What is its purpose ultimately?
Everybody is afraid of doing wrong things; rather we all are programmed like that. But then why do we find too many rogue people around? Everyone thinks she(#) lives virtuously then who are these sinners – your neighbours? But you too are somebody’s neighbour! Many believe that such rogue people are punished in hell; almighty punishes them. But can almighty punish its own creations? And if punishments in hell are to make people good, the way we have courts of law which sentences people to make them virtuous, when will everyone become virtuous? Why can’t it be done in a snap with the magic wand; He is the almighty after all? Does Almighty have software to track people’s sins which helps him make better judgement?
If after spending half of your life you realise that you’ve travelled entirely the wrong path in your life what would you do? If you are given an opportunity to restart your life from a particular point in past, what point would that be? And what different would you do in this second opportunity; would you live your dream at least when the Almighty himself tells you what’s your life’s purpose?
Read an enthralling journey of Manav, the Human in a satirical way which is full of Kaam, Krodh, Lobh, Moh and Bhay.

About author:
Swapnil Thakur is an IT graduate and works with HSBC bank as a Business Analyst, for close to a decade now. He is currently based in Pune and has worked in Hyderabad and Vancouver, Canada for HSBC for some time. This is his first novel and is penned over a period of 8-9years! In between he completed his MBA too from IGNOU (not all authors graduate from IIMs). He is married and has a 2years old daughter, Pihu.

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  • Print Length: 397 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B076HBXZ4W
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
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