Wow ! such a motivating book! The author’s writing - is so clear and precise, I’ve become a fan.... The book is divided into 12 chapters, each one better than the last. I felt as if the author was speaking directly to me while reading the book, encouraging me to change my life. The chapters are implemented rather than read, and they will undoubtedly improve your life. Get it right now...!
“We die in our twenties and are buried at eighty.” Remember that nothing can stop someone who refuses... to be stopped. “Most people do not fail; they simply give up.”
Shree Shambav deserves full credit. It allowed me to sit and consider what I might miss out on in life. The author has delved into every aspect of our daily lives. How can a seemingly insignificant change in these seemingly insignificant details bring us such joy?
The Soul of Journey teaches you the “art of living” as well as the “art of dying.”
"When you were born, you cried while the rest of the world rejoiced." "Live your life that when you die, ...the world weeps, and you rejoice." The book's essence explains how to live a happy life; in a simple, easy and more understandable manner.
The "Journey of soul" details Karma in a precise manner. Kriya - an action, deed, or effort directed toward a specific purpose. Adhyayanam - is the practice of connecting with one's inner self. Roopena(Ananta-avyakta-rūpeṇa) - It creates a form with the blessing of the highest and unmanifested form. Medhase (akuṇṭha-medhase) - It aids the form in having Jnana (knowledge) - that is unaffected by external factors. The act of Abhyudaya - sraddha, which is undertaken - with sincerity and faith, aids in one's success or elevation.
The author highlights the above qualities more meticulously and lucidly. The author walks readers through over a hundred heartfelt pieces of advice. Reading and practising them all will result in a commitment to one's goal of self-improvement. The book is about living life to the fullest, more meaningful, and joyfully.
The more one reads it, the newer meaning it takes on, educating one's soul. The book serves as a handbook that can be opened and read whenever a person feels they are not living up to their full potential, as the advice will undoubtedly provide a new perspective on life.
A....., short story with accuracy, brevity and a monument of life in time and values. ...The author has effectively carved - "a niche of timeless gems".
The rich cultural heritage offered a host in twenty + one short stories with incredible... imagination, morals and values prevalent at a given time, influencing how people respond to a crisis or any situation. The author has recreated images with universal values and morals. The plentiful of fascinating from faraway lands would leave the modern play and story writers a cringe. The book supports trust and immeasurable values instilling hope for the new generations.
The importance of nature to human well-being, as well as humans’ moral obligation to... reciprocate for nature’s well-being, are very well narrated in short stories. As individuals, good human beings with noble characters can contribute far more to nature than self-protected societies. Every small step taken by each of us will be a giant leap for humanity.
What I liked about each short story was that even very young children could understand the moral.
“I recently read Twenty + One – 21 Short Stories Series I and was blown away by the... compelling characters and thought-provoking themes. The story really resonated with me on a personal level and left a lasting impression.
As someone who loves to read, I can honestly say that Twenty + One – 21 Short Stories is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. The writing was beautiful, and the book kept me engaged from start to finish.
I highly recommend Twenty + One – 21 Short Stories to anyone who enjoys a well-written, thought-provoking story. You won’t be disappointed!”
Universal Brotherhood or ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ is the core mantra of our ancient culture.... The constant evolution and so-called civilization have brought about innumerable divisions, discrimination, greed and hatred. This has not only hampered the wetness of humanity but also caused vast damage to mother nature hence bringing mankind to the brim with exhaustion and saturation. “It has to be greed” on pg.18 gives us a glimpse. Now is the time everything has to be rebuilt and reconstructed. However, good yield depends on good seeds. Shree Shambav Guruji, in this book of “Twenty + One” short stories have effectively imparted the essence of humanity, personality development, confidence, sharing, deeds of karma, intelligence, way of selfless living, equality, harmony, truth and acceptance of mortality. This book of Twenty + one short stories is indeed a nutshell of both Panchatantra and Shreemad Bhagavad Gita in its simplest form. These tales carry all the essence and undoubtedly shall bring about the ‘quality seeds’, giving us hope of a better generation with great empathy, responsibility and ability.
Finally, Shree Shambhav Guruji has adorned his Twenty + One stories with a beautiful garland, which is bound to bring about a paradise of joyful chuckling Greenwood.
I really enjoyed the book Twenty + One by Shree Shambav. Once I started reading, I found it... very hard to put down and finished it within 2 days.
It quite drew me to the character’s sadness and pain. I felt for them as their mistakes and poor decisions drastically affected them and many others.
A very well-written and well-paced book. I found it easy to keep up even though there were many characters with a variety of personalities. I found the characters very well-developed and their voices added quite a lot to the book.
I highly recommend the book. Regrettably, we believe we own the earth, the forest, and many other things, but we are all owned by nature.
“In ‘Death - Light of Life and the Shadow of Death,’ Shree Shambav embarks on a soul-stirring journey through the enigmatic territory of human existence and mortality. ...With chapters like ‘Life in fullness’ and ‘Different Lokas,’ this book offers deep insights that challenge our conventional beliefs and provide profound understanding. Shambav’s words are not just an exploration but a comforting embrace that soothes the fear of death. ‘The Light of Life’ is a guiding light through the shadow of death, offering solace and wisdom to those who seek it.” This book is a guiding light through the shadow of death.”
"Shree Shambav's 'Death - Light of Life and the Shadow of Death' is an extraordinary masterpiece that delves deep into the profound questions surrounding our existence... and mortality. The book's opening statement, 'Nothing ever truly dies; it simply ceases to exist in one form before resuming it in another,' sets the stage for a thought-provoking exploration of death’s multifaceted nature. Shambav's remarkable ability to navigate the philosophical complexities of death and our universal fear of it is both enlightening and comforting. This book is a testament to the power of understanding and acceptance."
“Shree Shambav’s book ‘Death - Light of Life and the Shadow of Death’ is an immersive and thought-provoking exploration of our existence and the mysteries of death.... With a deep dive into the nature of death and our fear of it, this book shines a light on the path to understanding and acceptance. Shambav’s chapters, such as ‘After Death’ and ‘Boundless Joy,’ offer profound insights and encourage us to contemplate life’s ultimate truths. This book is a testament to the power of knowledge and provides solace to those grappling with the fear of mortality. A must-read for anyone on a quest for deeper understanding.”