Thinking Is Authorized!

Thinking Is Authorized!

by Nash Khatri
Thinking Is Authorized!

Thinking Is Authorized!

by Nash Khatri


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This is intended to be a thought-provoking book that does not favor one religion over another or a non-believer over a believer. It is not about good versus evil, or foolish versus wise. Rather, it is a philosophical and concept-oriented work that contains a variety of perspectives that may not have been considered before or may have been taken for granted. It is meant to promote self-determination of what we believe regarding nature, life, God, the future, death, prayer, and the afterlife, since the popularity of a belief does not unquestionably convert that belief into truth. While not necessarily trying to do the thinking for others, this book attempts to raise awareness and jumpstart our understanding of these concepts from an objective viewpoint.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781434321589
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 09/07/2007
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)

About the Author

I have always been intrigued by the concepts of nature, God, life, death, prayer, the future, and so forth. My outlook on these concepts is a culmination of over two decades of introspection, reflection, observation, and especially, what I consider makes more sense compared to the numerous religious beliefs and scientific theories prevalent in society today.

My life has been very fortunate overall, but I have had my share of trials and setbacks. Though religious proficiency isn’t among my strong points, I consider myself to be well-grounded—that’s what I think helped me deal reasonably well with the unfortunate experiences of being divorced twice (and handling the associated child-custody issues). It is also what I think helped me deal realistically with a totally unexpected major brain surgery in 2001, though I had been physically active for decades and was otherwise in excellent health.

My professional life has also been eventful in the sense that I went through a total shift in career from a certified public accountant and a certified management accountant to an electrical engineer. I was still in the last semester of a master’s degree in Taxation in 1988 when I started the first term of a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. Subsequently, as part of my engineering job requirements, I successfully completed (as a civilian) a very challenging Naval Nuclear Power School curriculum for officers.

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