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Book review | The Billionaire and the Monk by Vibhor Kumar Singh

  Author: Vibhor Kumar Singh Genre: Philosophy, Contemporary Fiction No. of pages: 112 Published on: 31st August 2020 Published by: Notion Press Format: Paperback My rating: ★★★☆☆ The greatest wisdom is often found in the simplest knowledge.  What if you learn that everything you have been taught about happiness is false? What if you realize that happiness is not a goal and therefore it cannot be achieved? What if you discover that it is the ordinary path that leads to extraordinary treasure? This is a story about how two men from different walks of life learn that neither robes of honor nor the total renunciation of worldly life is required to enjoy the most fundamental human desire – happiness.  It is a story about understanding that happiness is not a philosophical enigma but an attainable state of the mind and how one can cherish the greatest joys through the simplest and smallest acts of daily life.  Let us uncomplicate happiness and find the extraordinary answer to the ordinary q

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