"Lost in America" is a story of Kabin, a young guy, who comes to America with full of dreams and hopes for the future.
Kabin struggles a lot to adjust to the American system, and goes through the ordeals of a first generation immigrant.
After seventeen years, he finds himself trapped in America within his intricate personal and family life. He shows his strong desire to return back to his homeland, shows frustrations that he could not contribute anything to his country and starts doubting that his patriotism was actually an illusion.
On the other aspect, Kabin acquires a strong personality, positive attitude, self confidence and strength to face the challenges.
This book tries to bring the reader closer to understanding the process of transformation bringing the issue of changing from what the person was before - to a new realized person in a new culture. This process is identified as to how little time an immigrant gets to experience the opportunity of change - rather once his attention is able to be a focus of his personal "intention" then anything is possible. The story reflects upon the creative process that comes with self mastery and in this the writer assures himself a place in the history books as one person who, by personal diligence achieves that which many of us dream about - a transformed self.
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