|About the Book|
When are we going to embrace our oneness and traverse far beyond our false sense of separation, which has earned us nothing but ignorance about our essence as emerging from a single human soul? That ignorance is the reason why we see fear in everyMoreWhen are we going to embrace our oneness and traverse far beyond our false sense of separation, which has earned us nothing but ignorance about our essence as emerging from a single human soul? That ignorance is the reason why we see fear in every street, fight in every city, war in every region, and poverty all over the world.That desired sense of oneness is the secret behind our intrinsic value as individuals, without regard to any superficial boundaries such as race, creed or culture. It is the highest point of our human equilibrium where we transcend fear, jealousy and selfishness and propagate peace and love instead.When we are able to foster unbiased understanding and respect between all people, we would transform our world into a place where every person can prosper, without ever fearing of being demeaned or deprived. That place is the wonderland of peace and abundance, at which we can use our superficial differences as resources of enrichment and harmony as opposed to sources of conflict and disparity.Win Your Wounds features my insights that I garnered thanks to interacting with people from all walks of life, during my thirteen years of taxi driving experience in Denver. The book include 52 individual essays. Each is about two pages long, with a unique sub-title and tackle a specific area of shortcoming in the way we handle ourselves and deal with our fellow human beings. I identified these flaws and suggested the remedies which I believe would help bringing more happiness, love and peace into our relationships as individuals and as nations.Win Your Wounds is a title of one of these 52 essays which is basically about how we people encounter setbacks and difficulties throughout our life. I call these setbacks wounds, and I consider them as a price that we need to pay for our learning. However, once we paid that price we shouldnt let it be wasted in vain. We should Win it by persistence and diligence, so as to receive the return.