Biologists and psychologists, both, hold the view that with the dawn of youth many physical and mental capacities develop. But along with them there also grows up a crop of hungers and desires which start consuming these extra powers gifted by nature. Endless desires and longings for material and corporeal pleasures dry up the inner spring-well of energies. They divert the young mind in multiple directions, chasing mirages one after another. By the time one gets hold of oneself and comes down to the terra firma of reality it is often too late. The gilded gift of youth and everything else is lost; the body becomes weak and falls prey to physical diseases, psychosomatic disorders and complexes. This scenario is not imaginary. Often we come across living examples of such unfortunate endings of wayward youth.
This book aims to motivate the youth for cultivating positive traits so that they uplift their personalities. A number of simple methods have been suggested in the book for making the personality magnetic, developing creativity, managing time, attaining success, and ultimately leading a fulfilling life.
||Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya
||Vedmata Gayatri Trust (TMD)