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Know Thyself - Book 1 Hardcover – 6 Jan 2015
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Gian Kumar was born into a traditional Hindu family, in Burma (present-day Myanmar). From childhood, his life held paradoxes which he struggled to understand. While he was educated at a Christian boarding school which observed strict religious practices, these were diametrically opposed to the Hindu traditions and customs which were the norm when he went home for the holidays.
A thinker by nature, the inherent confusion and dogmas underlying religion, gradually impelled him towards spirituality.
Today, he is deeply grateful for a journey filled with opportunities to learn about existential riddles such as: Who am I? What is my purpose in Life? Is God an illusion? Gian hopes to share his own experiential learnings with others through the medium of his books.
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I found a very refreshing view on this topic in the book ‘Know Thyself’ by Gian Kumar, a businessman cum philosopher/thinker. In the chapter ‘Philosophy of Money’, he blames not money per se, naturally. It needs intelligence and creativity for some, physical strength and endurance for others, to earn money. How can there be anything wrong with that? What is wrong is the misuse and criminal use of this power, which have created inequalities and havoc in the system. Each one of us has a responsibility to set things right rather than blame money as ‘the root of all evil’.
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