“Too sensitive for your own good”? If you have have heard this before, make your sensitivity work for you could be the book you need. although there are many advantages to being ‘a sensitive type’, such as increased empathy, imagination and understanding of people, oversensitive people often have a hard time of it. they may be easily hurt, unable to say no and more prone to anxiety than average. Chartered psychologist and stress expert Alice Muir looks at how sensitive people can accept themselves on their own terms.She also shows how they can make sensitivity work for them rather than against them.
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.
An Autobiography of M.K. Gandhi
Gandhi's autobiography, which he had titled 'My experiments with Truth' can be rated as one of the most popular and the most influential books in the recent history. It was written at the instance of Swami Anand. It appeared in the Weekly 'Navjivan' during 1925-28. It covers Gandhi's life up to 1920.