Thursday, 18 April 2019

The Code by Mukta Mahajani | Book Review

Summary:

Stories to guide you to success. Awaken the hidden wisdom of your heart. Live free of the seven deadly behavioural attributes that threaten to disrupt our lives.We can resolve most problems by applying the wisdom of our heart, all we have to do is listen carefully. However, in practice, a range of detrimental yet common attributes that we experience in large doses prevent us from listening to our inner voice. In The Code, author Mukta Mahajani identifies these negative attributes as the Ego, Over-Competitiveness, Jealousy, Over expectations, Over ambition, Anger and Procrastination. These attributes flare up when we face challenging situations. We explode when the world does not go our way and our relationships with others suffer as a result. Based on meaningful quotes from world leaders and revered religious texts, this book weaves short stories about the impact of these attributes. These narratives are designed to help us reset our mind-set and resolve the issues we face in our day-to-day life. They help us understand that we have the inherent power to make the right choice at all times.


Author:

Mukta Mahajani

Publisher:

Jaico Publishing House

Release date:

November 21st 2018

No. of Pages:

Paperback, 368 Pages

The book is divided into seven sections. Each section is further divided into chapters. All the stories are very unique and at end of the each story there is The Code. The stories in the book can relates to real life scenarios of common people which anyone can connect.

The contents of this book are known to every one who have read these kind of books. But this book differs from others is in the way it was presented. The language of the book is very easy to understand, written in a very simple manner.

I love this book, and would reccommend it to anyone going through something right now. It applies to life in ways that will amaze you.

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