Jan Goopta


The writer is a businessman who came up the hard way. A time came when all the spent up feelings found a practical way to resolve things which had been troubled him as though an inner voice gave instructions as to what was to be done. The result is this small book. He felt that democracy is the best way to govern us but its shortcomings are a great source of our worries. Resolution of problems by reasonable arguments seems to fail and the ever present greed seems to be perpetually present in all aspects of life. He felt that it is unjust to allow people to go hungry and there was an urgent need to cut the shackles that bind us and to be truly able to hold our heads high. Wars, we know, have not improved our situations and have only brought sorrow and destruction and yet we continue to build killing equipment as though they would bring us peace and happiness. In spite of all the goodness of all religions which we have been following for thousands of years, our divisive ways keep on multiplying. He felt that there has to be a break somewhere otherwise situations are going to make us so very individualistic that we will become truly lonely in a crowded world. The dangers we are facing from climate change, possibilities of a 3rd world war, financial conditions where we live on loans, all gave an impetus to the writing of this book. The writer feels that this is possibly the only solution we have.

Breaking away from something is never easy. The writer, a firm believer in God, also believes in the goodness of his creations including mankind. He feels that circumstances will one day make us take a better road to our happiness. This road has perhaps been laid out in this book.

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Paradise Here
Price: Free! Words: 4,060. Language: English. Published: August 6, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
(5.00 from 1 review)
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: 9,420. Language: English. Published: March 16, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
(4.50 from 8 reviews)
Climate change, according to Nasa, is set to annihilate humanity by the end of this century if we do not control warming. The 3rd world war could be set off accidentally as much as willfully with the same drastic result. Money is getting concentrated into fewer and fewer hands with less than 1% owning wealth equal to the rest leading to the immense possibility of a worldwide financial break up and
A Peaceful Revolution To Happiness
You set the price! Words: 5,920. Language: English. Published: August 9, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
(5.00 from 5 reviews)
This book has had the good fortune to be evaluated by the renowned Greenleaf Book Group LLC of Austin, TX. “Your manuscript offers the reader a great deal of insight into a wide variety of issues that affect people on a global scale. It contains a generous amount of information that is relevant to a wide audience. Conclusion---has broad appeal and potential for powerful success in niche markets.”

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