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Aapka Bhavishya Aapke Haath Mein [Forge Your Future]
- Narrated by: Rishi Upadhyay
- Length: 6 hrs and 45 mins
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Despite the fact that I spent my childhood in Rameswaram, an isolated island in the south of India, I could get educated, find a job and overcome many obstacles to become the President of my country. If I could overcome all the hardships and achieve what I have, so can you or anyone else.
It does not matter where you start from or what you have achieved till date; the important thing is that from this point onwards, you decide what you want and work towards creating your own future. This is the message I want to convey through this book, and if it can inspire even one young person to achieve his or her dream, I will feel that my effort has been truly worth it.
In the last 15 years I have interacted with more than 16 million youth, in face-to-face meetings, through emails and over Facebook, and wherever I go I am asked questions. Everyday I receive about 300 emails and spend two hours reading and answering them. This book is based on the questions that I have been asked over the years. In their questions, people are mostly seeking solutions to problems that they are facing in their lives. Answering these questions, I realized that what we call problems may probably be a result of the way we ‘process’ events and situations in our lives and everything that happens in our world. ‘Process’ means the way we perceive and think about them. If we could change the way we ‘process’, then we could possibly change the way we think about our problems and hence also about their solutions. I believe it is possible to do so, and that is the underlying theme in my answers.
My answers are based on what I have learnt from my own experiences of life and from reading books and my interactions with political and spiritual leaders. The replies in my book are presented in a way that they provide a generic message for any one who may be undergoing a similar problem in his or her life.