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Seven Billion Objectives

Author Name: Paras Jain | Format: Paperback | Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction | Other Details

Who am I? 


It is not merely a question but a seed, which on germination, can shake the habitual thinking patterns and give birth to the transformed self and the world. Presently, we not only live in a time of distress but also a time of possibilities. 


Exploring possible scenarios of the ‘Self’, one can contemplate on reality vs perception, nothingness vs infinity, stillness vs movement, religion vs atheism and freedom vs incarceration. It creates possibilities of billions of such patterns for the self. Knowing these patterns can free oneself of any such fixed patterns, relieve them from personal problems, and eventually, many such selves can transform the world. 


By raising many such questions and answering them, Seven Billion Objectives can take the reader on a journey of transformation of collective consciousness. This book is a systematic and compact tool of knowledge for transformation.


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Paras Jain

Paras Jain was born and brought up in the national capital area of India. His life bears the hues of various aspects, from being a genius at school to a carefree scholar pursuing his engineering degree to eventually becoming a gentle seeker after the death of his grandfather. During this phase, he contemplated the different philosophical and religious theories and meditated to achieve one best possible theory. On the professional front, he is a technical subject matter expert for power plants across the globe. He’s a complete family man with a gorgeous and supportive life partner, Priya, and two lovely children, Mayra and Abir. He likes partying, theatre, poetry and debating on a variety of topics. He believes in having a happy life and wants to spread the same happiness among other people.