The Gandhian concept of practical non-violence
Mahatma Gandhi aptly believed about himself as a practical idealist. hence the Gandhian concept of practical non-violence was nor pragmatic .this book attempts to present this concept of practical non-violence by dealing with certain outstanding turning points in m. Gandhi's life and work. This book will help the reader to understand the great power of non-violence and especially to grasp what it takes to use this power.
Some current issues for debate
This book raises numerous questions as regards cleanliness in civil life, accountability as a virtue, one's attitudes towards life, euthanasia, student in both school and college will find this book particularly useful.
Beat the Bait
Seema Agarwal was born and brought up in Mumbai. She is now married and settled in Ahmedabad. A housewife as well as a mother of two precious boys, Seema has a diploma in interior designing and has completed a course in writing from the writer's Bureau, Manchester.
The mindful path to self compassion
In this book Christopher Germer illuminates the myriad synergies between mindfulness and compassion. He offers skillful and effective ways of making sure that we are inviting ourselves to bathe in and benefit from the kind heart of awareness itself, and from the actions that follow from such a radical and sane embrace.