This is a true-life inspirational story of the author spread over five decades until the present.
In this deeply moving memoir, Sandeep Khera takes readers through the unusual events that are largely knitted and shaped by the intriguing and captivating interplay of fate and the certain quirkiness of his personality.
He candidly recounts his childhood, filled with challenges as one of the most mischievous, insecure and stubborn kids in the school. His restless soul seeks fulfilment in moving away from what others call normal.
The quest to explore the unknown takes him to the wild Savannahs of Africa and the frigid deserts of Mongolia.The unusual life events and unconventional choices help him discover deep spiritual insights in temples near the banks of sacred Ganges in the foothills of Himalayas.
Sandeep has merged the intellectualism of the West with the spiritualism of the East while offering lessons to today’s corporate world and making them relevant for these turbulent times.
His lessons are universal, inspiring us to lead a meaningful life of growth, well-being and happiness.
We often seek binary answers to our actions, while none exist.
—There Is No Right or Wrong. There are only lessons
Praise for the book:
★★★★★“This is a must-to-read book for first-generation migrants who have left their homeland in the search of material happiness and wealth. It poignantly portrays their heartaches to go back home to seek solace and comfort of their family and culture.”
★★★★★“A fun, fascinating, fanciful adventure into the realms of personal development, personal effectiveness, and individual happiness. It contains treasures of wisdom, that can enrich and enhance the life of every single person.”