#MonkWhoSoldHisFerrari The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is a self-help book about the development of character and the discipline in life, written by Robin Sharma, a writer and leadership guru. It conveys a message that one should also live his life freely in spite of Read More..
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New style of writing in the genre of inspirational writing, Worthy to read!!
‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’ is a wonderful work by Robin S Sharma which attempts a new style of writing in the genre of inspirational writing. When most of the books on motivation and inspiration provide becomes monotonous due to the repetitive nature and the preaching style listing the do’s and don’t do’s, what makes this book different is the story telling style. Mr. Sharma has given the framework of a novel for his work. The Book unravels as a conversation between Julian Mantle and his friend John. The readers can easily identify with John the narrator of the story.Julian Mantle a reputed lawyer leads a life of luxury with a great mansion, daily parties and the most priced possession, the red Ferrari. John is a friend and colleague of Julian with whom he shares a good rapport. Julian’s life takes a sudden change, suspected to his unbalanced lifestyle and he abandons the place selling all his priced possessions including the Ferrari. Julian goes missing for about three years and is gradually forgotten.One fine morning Julian arrives back at John’s office as a completely transformed man, both physically and spiritually. John who is gradually into the busy world of law practice gets a new opening into the spiritual world. From Julian he gets to learn the real purpose of life and the path to its fulfillment. The rest of the story comprises the treasure of experiences that Julian had gathered from his days spent in India, in the Himalayan valley, on the beautiful land of Sivana. The teachings of Yogi Raman and the various methods to improved living are narrated to John. Julian reminds John to live in the present and serve others in life, which is the ultimate goal in life. The book as any other work on spirituality and motivation cannot bring in an instant transformation in the readers. But the captivating power of the story telling opens a new world of revelations before us which can definitely provide new insights into our conscience. Moreover, if practiced, the ten tenets can have magical influence on our lives.Originally posted on http://bit.ly/2deqzxo
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