A Coat of Many Colours

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iUniverse, Aug 26, 2001 - Psychology
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This book has been named A Coat Of Many Colours because it represents different facets of the existence of man. The articles in it are complimentary to each other. An attempt has been made here to make a comparative study of various belief systems and ways of life. The Yogic System and Christianity are not disparate disciplines, as the reader will realize. Introversion and Extraversion are not personality dimensions, but they could also denote cultural attributes, which could explain why Eastern and Western cultures developed differentially as they have done. The holistic development of the human being is the author s main concern and these essays are meant to fulfill that aspiration. The concept of love weaves a thread through the whole book. An attempt has been made to define what holistic love is all about. Even in the humorous essays there is a serious existential element. If the book can fire enthusiasm in the reader, it would have fulfilled its purpose.

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