Dreams of Peace by Jogi Dhillon
ISBN
9781490744681
Published
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
130
Dimensions
140 x 216 x 11mm

It is but natural for all humans to have dreams. However, some build castles in the air, and some harness their dreams to jostle others' mind-sets with a view to catapult the cause of common good to new heights. The latter is what Jogi Dhillon does in his new book.

While traversing through Asia, Europe, and America, Jogi Dhillon has had firsthand experience of envious, vengeful, greedy, hateful, and selfish conduct at all levels-be it social, cultural, ethical, religious, or political. This has affected his perceptive mind, and he feels that the present generation seems to be oblivious of the truth that world peace is being threatened by its less than considered decisions. He is warning us that the world is going a wrong way and course correction is imperative. He reinforces his arguments to coax us to redefine our notions even at the cost of repetition. Being a simple man, Jogi Dhillon suggests ridiculously simple solutions for various problems. If his effort stirs someone's soul, his aim would be more than achieved.

Reviewed by Chris Anthony Ferrer
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It is but natural for all humans to have dreams. However, some build castles in the air, and some harness their dreams to jostle others' mind-sets with a view to catapult the cause of common good to new heights. The latter is what Jogi Dhillon does in his new book.

While traversing through Asia, Europe, and America, Jogi Dhillon has had firsthand experience of envious, vengeful, greedy, hateful, and selfish conduct at all levels-be it social, cultural, ethical, religious, or political. This has affected his perceptive mind, and he feels that the present generation seems to be oblivious of the truth that world peace is being threatened by its less than considered decisions. He is warning us that the world is going a wrong way and course correction is imperative. He reinforces his arguments to coax us to redefine our notions even at the cost of repetition. Being a simple man, Jogi Dhillon suggests ridiculously simple solutions for various problems. If his effort stirs someone's soul, his aim would be more than achieved.

Reviewed by Chris Anthony Ferrer
ISBN:
9781490744681
Publication Date:
04 / 09 / 2014
Pages:
130
Dimensions:
140 x 216 x 11mm

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