This is a collection of essays that throw light on the intricate affair called life. What is life? Does it have meaning and purpose? How can we make it a happy experience?
Philosophers and religions have spent much time on these questions. The results are multifarious. Every person is unique and hence universally acceptable answers to these questions are impossible. While religions satisfy some and philosophy appeals to many, literature and arts enlighten others. This book looks at life from various angles. You will find philosophy, literature, and religion mingling with each other seamlessly in this volume.