How do we accept the inevitability of our own death? How do we live our lives with meaning? Will money lead us to happiness?
Satish Modi examines these questions is a moving, powerful, thought-provoking work based on his own reflections as well as the experiences of people from all walks of life. The result is a fascinating book that teaches us that whoever we are and whatever our aspirations in this life, it is important for each and every one of us to accept our own passing. In doing so we can free ourselves to live as well and fully as possible, guided by the principles of goodness, love and compassion.
this is an astounding book ... a beautiful, slim, hardback volume refusing to shout out its wares in testimonials and garish photos ... it will be a comfort to people. It has been more than that to me, it has been a call to arms ~Kindred Spirit
this is an astounding book ... a beautiful, slim, hardback volume refusing to shout out its wares in testimonials and garish photos ... it will be a comfort to people. It has been more than that to me, it has been a call to arms' ~Kindred Spirit
Thought provoking and optimistic. The message I took from this beautifully written book is to appreciate what one has and take nothing for granted – every moment of this life is precious so don’t waste it' ~Selma Day, Editor of Mayfair Times
‘A must read for everyone who seeks spirituality and happiness, by giving joy to others and those who simply want to make the most of the one short life that one is given' ~Ashanti Omkar, Monocle
When death comes knocking at your door, you'll feel no regrets if you've kept your soul in check' ~Bangkok Post
A very personal exploration that will resonate with many and prompt others to re-evaluate their own fears, aspirations and the way they conduct their lives' ~B Beyond Magazine
Death is an equaliser. When we all die, we are the same. The billionaire will be put in the ground the same as a pauper… I read some of the book on the way home and almost missed my stop in doing so. I found it engaging and as enlightening as talking to the man himself!' ~Frost Magazine