Mission Known By Shaishav Solanki

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Publisher Indra Publishing
ISBN 9789380834887
Author: Shaishav Solanki
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to accuracy or completeness of the contents of this book and shall not be liable for any errors, omissions or damages arising out of use of this information. Dispute if any related to this publication is subject to Bhopal Jurisdiction.
For my parents, and for theirs too.
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Acknowledgements With the deepest gratitude, I wish to thank each and every person who has ever come into my life and inspired, touched, and illuminated me through their presence - Rhonda Byrne, The Secret. I would also like to acknowledge and express my gratitude to the following people for their magnificent support and contribution to my journey to the creation of this book My Grandfather - A person who always urged me to give in my best in everything I did. I now understand the value of principles he preached throughout his life this book is just one of the steps I am taking to follow the path suggested by him. While I was never able to tell him this, he was the person I respected the most in this world. My Grandmother - A person who loves me more than anybody else in this world and she always will. My Parents The people who made me believe that there s something called as blind faith in this world. While I was writing this book, I told no one about it I used to lock up my room and sit hours in it. Never did I hear a question from my parents regarding what was I doing with my life or why didn t I take up a normal job like my other friends did. It was their immense 5
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belief in me that assured them that if I m doing something in my life, it would be meaningful. It is when I think about my life twenty years down the line, I realize how difficult it is to raise children, particularly if that child somebody as arduous as me. Thus, I take this opportunity to let them know that they have done a wonderful job. My Sister, Rutvi The first reader of this book. I m feeling a bit awkward to show gratitude towards her. Why should I I m a brother and brothers aren t supposed to thank sisters, they re supposed to tease them, scold them, fight with them, don t talk with them, pinch them, hug them, cry with them, love them and