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'WHAT I LEARNED FROM THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD': BOOK REVIEW


What is life? A cell which undergoes metabolism? Is it only about cells, organisms, plants, animals, physical entities or about the process with which we all are connected somehow?
Did Aristotle who first classify organisms know that his ancestor was amoeba?
Charles Darwin said, “Being fit is the prerequisite to survive”. We call it a survival of the fittest theory. The definition of life varies from person to person. The world is different through everyone’s lenses, but Alan Cohen has come up with different implication about life.
 In his book “What I learned from the Richest Man in the world” he cooked the dish of life by using spices of philosophy. Life is like a dish. If we add spices of philosophy in it, it does taste good. A pure philosophy laden with advisability will force you to think about the questions which ponder inside your heart but they never find their way. There are total 15 lessons in this book, each lesson is able to turn you over a new leaf. The story tells us, “how prayers are answered”, “how a pure heart works as a magnet which attracts the positivity around him.” In this book, the life is simplified in a much better way. This book is about the universal truths.
 
The story is framed in a fictional format. He does not call himself a spiritual man, certainly not the religious one. Wailing in the agony, his spirit is called out for a relief. His answers showed up in the form of Bert Everit, the owner of the wheelbarrow factory.
You do not know this man, but he knows you. flipping through the pages of this book, you will come to know about your own Bert Everit.
Mr. Everit is not interested in accolades. He adjures you, “do not judge the book of life by its cover”. He urges you to take that paradigm shift which is the need of the hour. This book will guide you through complex times. This book tells you everything you need to know about achieving success in all formats.

Death is at our heels. This book tells us about- giving time to our loved ones, and shedding the false ego like, trees shed arrogance in the form of leaves in autumn! In our life, spring of realisation might come up with a changed attitude towards life, like new leaves appear on a tree.
Mr. Everit is the medium through which the truth has been spoken. He is the voice of wisdom for all.
 If you assimilate even one of Mr. Everit’s lessons, you are well on your way.
Have a wonderful journey with Mr. Everit. You will discover that; he is the food of love for your starving heart!

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i would suggest people to read this book, it issomething different. beyond words 

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