Why Do Good People Suffer?: Guidance and Hope for Those Who Suffer

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AuthorHouse, May 20, 2005 - Religion - 112 pages
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“Why me?”


This is the universal question that haunts most of us when faced with a seemingly unanswerable problem or situation, or when we are struck with a long-suffering incurable disease.


This beautifully illustrated book helps you with just that.  It contains a choice selection of articles by J.P. Vaswani which provide answers to these and other similar questions, answers you have always longed to know.


Here is a book that will open to you new insights on the law of karma and reincarnation and explain life’s most profound mysteries in words which all can easily understand with practical suggestions for a radiant and joyful life.

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About the author (2005)

Dada J.P. Vaswani needs no introduction to readers of inspirational books in English. His books have become bestsellers, running into multiple editions. He is the author of over seventy-five books in English and Sindhi; many of these have been translated into Indian and foreign languages.


Dada is a great orator and a powerful writer who appeals to your head, heart and soul. His distinctive gifts as a writer are:


•    his all-encompassing cosmic
consciousness— a sense of
identification with all creation;


•    his liberal and broad understanding of
human nature, its strengths as well as


•    his genuine sympathy for people
those in pain, those subject to
suffering, guilt and anxiety;


•    his non-judgmental attitude which
refuses to condemn or accuse anyone;


•    above all, his sparkling sense of
humour which transforms all of life
into the leela of the Lord.


Here is an author whose books can truly change your life.

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