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Be Lonely Be Your Best

Santosh Jha

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Book Overview: 

This book challenges the populist idea that loneliness is a bad and sad thing. Loneliness is rather a very facilitative mechanism of body-mind for wellness and personal excellence. It is an innate call of instincts for self-actualization of potentials within, to attain excellence. It answers core question as ‘What’s Wrong’ with things around and within us, listing ways to use loneliness for happiness. The book looks into many novel ideas of good living.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .We have a big task at hand. We understand and accept that evolution is no more the guiding principle of our action and behaviour. We are all well past evolutionary essentials and still carrying many obsolete and even obstructive traits and behaviour patterns of old world. We all need to unlearn such obstructive vestiges and remnants of past. Loneliness was genetically wired to our consciousness and it had its utility and worth in the past. Loneliness in the past served us a warning signal, as part of the evolutionary simple plan of fight or flight. Our survival depended on collective living in the past but things have changed. We live in a different world with different set of challenges, in which survival has different meaning and survival is no more the core question. The core question is wellness and sanity. . . Read More