Can I be honest? Truth – telling is expensive, you will ruffle feathers doing that; you will make very great enemies but also, very great friends, above the price of rupees. In this book, so many of the things you will read are informed by what I have traversed growing through life.
The promise we make to ourselves, if we ever pay fidelity to it, is to be ourselves, to be honest, to be authentically who we are, an attempt we often wave a futile flag to. If we have just lip service to keeping it real yet hide in plain sight, what is there to show for authentic happiness? If we lie through our teeth; what is then our metric for truth and honesty? If we are selfish and don’t care what our neighbour is going through, if not hypocritical villainy, what do we have on our report card for personhood and human decency? This book in progress seeks to shine a light on these fundamental questions, when it is finally out, find it and read it.