Jan Goopta

Biography

The writer is a businessman who came up the hard way and never lost sight of the way that is straight. He believes that God came to his help at many crucial times. The going was never easy and he stuck to his belief that all humans are basically good, paid for it, yet did not give up. He has felt that we humans do not agree easily to change until we get tripped up and that the time has come when we may do this and trip up rather badly. The result would be that we get back our Paradise which has actually never been out of our reach. This book and the one written by him previously entitled ‘Only Two Ways Left’ are expected to prevent this trip up or at least to cushion it.

The writer felt that this book should be free but there is another consideration with which may find acceptance by the reader. The writer has had a dream since his student days which is to help the poor by setting up an orphanage, perhaps of a different kind. Many senior citizens have been left in the lurch, have nothing to look forward to and may be in want, and many children are in the same situation. Uniting the two and supporting them has been a dream of this writer and if it be God’s will, the writer’s dream could materialize. This is why the book is being priced at the bare minimum. This may appear to be very farfetched dream but the writer hopes that God will step in.

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Paradise Here
Price: Free! Words: 4,060. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
(5.00)
Our systems are creating more and more problems for humanity and our scientists have been telling us of what may be impending catastrophes. Our financial constraints force us to take only marginal note of what they are saying. There are many other problems which we are unable to solve and this book lists some of them with pertinent, well argued statements providing way to Paradise.
Only Two Ways Left
Price: Free! Words: 6,830. Language: English. Published: March 16, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
(4.50)
Mars may be a great goal to habitate but would it not be much better to make Earth more livable and secure than it is at present. Almost giving up on Peace may be the reason for our pessimism that we may be in problems which we seem to be unable to solve. Does not Peace mean that all of us are satisfied with our situations and there is felt to be no injustice?

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