LIFE WITHOUT LIMITS

MEHTA PUBLISHING HOUSE
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  Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic overcame his disabilities to live an independent, rich, fulfilling, and “ridiculously good” life while serving as a role model for anyone seeking true happiness. Now an internationally successful motivational speaker, Nick eagerly spreads his message: the most important goal is to find your life’s purpose and to never give up, despite whatever difficulties or seemingly impossible odds stand in your way.
Nick tells the story of his physical disabilities and the emotional battle he endured while learning to deal with them as a child, teen, and young adult. “For the longest, loneliest time, I wondered if there was anyone on earth like me, and whether there was any purpose to my life other than pain and humiliation.”
Nick shares how his faith in God has been his major source of strength, and he explains that once he found a sense of purpose—inspiring others to better their lives and the world around them--he found the confidence to build a rewarding and productive life without limits. Let Nick inspire you to start living your own life without limits.
Nick offers practical advice for realizing a life of fulfillment and happiness by building trust in others, developing supportive relationships, and gaining strength for the journey. He encourages the reader by showing how he learned to accept what he could not control and focus instead on what he could.  
माझा असा विश्वास आहे की, माझ्या जीवनात कोणत्याही मर्यादा नाहीत आणि तुमच्याही जीवनात तसेच घडावे असे मला वाटते; मग तुमच्या पुढ्यात कोणतीही आव्हाने का असेनात. आपला सहप्रवास सुरू होण्यापूर्वी क्षणभर थांबा! तुम्ही स्वत: तुमच्या जीवनाला काही मर्यादा घातल्या आहेत का, अथवा अन्य कोणी त्या घालण्यास तुम्ही अनुमती दिली आहे का, याचा विचार करण्यासाठी. आता विचार करा की त्या मर्यादांपासून मुक्तता लाभल्यास तुम्हाला कसे वाटेल? काहीही अशक्य नसल्यास तुमचे जीवन कसे असेल?
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MEHTA PUBLISHING HOUSE
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Sep 1, 2018
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220
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9789353171278
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Marathi
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Biography & Autobiography / General
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A prominent Viennese psychiatrist before the war, Viktor Frankl was uniquely able to observe the way that he and other inmates coped with the experience of being in Auschwitz. He noticed that it was the men who comforted others and who gave away their last piece of bread who survived the longest - and who offered proof that everything can be taken away from us except the ability to choose our attitude in any given set of circumstances.nnThe sort of person the prisoner became was the result of an inner decision and not of camp influences alone. Only those who allowed their inner hold on their moral and spiritual selves to subside eventually fell victim to the camp`s degenerating influence - while those who made a victory of those experiences turned them into an inner triumph.nnFrankl came to believe that man`s deepest desire is to search for meaning and purpose. This outstanding work offers us all a way to transcend suffering and find significance in the art of living.

दररोज, दर तासाला, दर मिनिटाला
स्वत:च्या वागण्यासंबंधी निर्णय घेण्याची
संधी समोर येत असते. तुमच्या अस्मितेचा
नाश करणाNया, तुमचे मनोबल हिरावून
घेऊ पाहणाNया शक्तींना शरण जायचे
की नाही हे पदोपदी ठरवावे लागते.
तुम्ही केवळ नियतीच्या हातातील खेळणे
बनता की नाही हे तुमच्या निर्णयांवर
अवलंबून असते.
आपले मानसिक स्वातंत्र्य घालवून,
आत्मसन्मान गमावून, मेंढरांसारखे मनानेही
वैâदी होता की नाही हे ठरविण्याचे
तुमचे स्वातंत्र्य अबाधित असते...

 

ज्योतीषांनी बरोबरच म्हटलं होतं - “चणी! यासारखा बालक तर शतकानंतर एखाद्या भाग्यवंताच्या घरी जन्माला येतं. सुख त्याच्या पायाशी लोळण घेईल. वैभव त्याच्या पुढे-पुढे नोकराप्रमाणे चालत राहील आणि राजयोगी असूनही त्याला युगपुरूष नव्हे महापंडीतही म्हटल्या जाईल. समाजाला हा एक नवीन व्यवस्था देईल आणि समग्र आर्यावर्तावर त्याची शासनव्यवस्था प्रस्थापित करील. हा बालक केवळ आपल्या बोटांच्या ईशार्‍यावर परकीयांची सत्ता उलथून टाकील. देशाचा सम्राट कोणाला करायचे हे तो ठरवेल आणि भारताचा गौरव वाढवील!” त्याच `चाणक्य’ नावाच्या बालकाचं नाव जगविख्यात झालं.

ज्याने भारतीय अर्थव्यवस्था, राजकीय, शैक्षणिक आणि सामाजिक व्यवस्थेला सुनियोजीत ठेवण्यासाठी एका सर्वोत्तम बौद्धिक परंपरेला जन्म दिला. आपल्या कूटनीतिने शत्रुंचा बिमोड केला. आपल्या प्रतिभेने संस्कृत-साहित्याला महत्त्वाचं स्थान दिलं. आपल्या संपूर्ण जीवन पद्धतीला इतरांना शिक्षित करण्यासाठी वाहून घेतलं. ज्याने आयुष्यभर चारित्र्य, स्वाभीमान आणि कर्तव्यनिष्ठेला प्राधान्य दिलं त्याच पुरूषोत्तमाचं नाव `चाणक्य’ आहे.
Six Decades Of The Mumbai Mafia, published in 2012, is a non-fiction book about notorious gangsters and also contains a comprehensive coverage of Dawood Ibrahim’s life. This is the first book that presents the history of the Mumbai mafia, and details the lives of Karim Lala, Chhota Rajan, Haji Mastan, Abu Salem, and Varadarajan Mudaliar. The main part of the book revolves around Dawood Ibrahim and describes his story starting from a young age as a boy in Mumbai to the international terrorist he has become today. This book traces the journey of a boy from Dongri to Dubai. Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar was born in 1955 to a policeman. The author describes Dawood’s first robbery, his love affairs during his youth, and how he turned into a local goon. The police used to use him against various Pathan gangsters. Gradually, he managed to destroy the competition, formed the Dawood gang, and ended up being the Mumbai Police’s arch nemesis. The don is an ally of Pakistan’s ISI, though he is not an Islamic fundamentalist. Zaidi analyses that this alliance was born out of necessity. Pakistan is said to shelter him though he is one of the most wanted people on this planet, and in return he funds Islamic jihads. Interestingly, Dawood’s biggest source of income in Pakistan comes from selling pirated Bollywood movies. The personality and characteristics of Dawood Ibrahim have been covered well in this book. His lust for power, his focus, his shrewdness, and his calculating mind have been captured beautifully. Dongri To Dubai: Six Decades Of The Mumbai Mafia covers the people behind the major crimes in India. Meticulously researched, this book also has intelligent analysis along with the facts. Dawood Ibrahim’s rise from a local to an international gangster is sure to keep readers hooked. The new movie, Shootout At Wadala, is based on this book. 
 This is the Marathi translation of famous classic - WHO MOVED MY CHEESE. Written in the form of a fable, this book features two mice and two 'little people', essentially miniature humans.The mice are named Sniff and Scurry, while the little people are named Hem and Haw. They all live in a maze, a model of the outside world. Initially without cheese, both groups go looking for cheese in pairs. One day, both groups find a cheese-filled corridor at Cheese Station C. The human establish routine around this cheese station and eventually become arrogant.

Upon arriving at Cheese Station C one day, Hem and Haw see that the cheese is over. However, they are not surprised as they noticed the quantity slowly dwindling and are mentally prepared for the arduous task of finding more cheese. Later, Hem and Haw arrive and see the cheese missing. They are angered, with Hem exclaiming “Who moved my cheese?”. Realising the apparent finality of their situation, Hem and Haw mourn the unfairness of life.

Eventually Haw realises that they ought to step out of their despair and go looking for more cheese. Although initially discouraged by Hem and his negativity, Haw sets out. Before he leaves, he jots down messages on the wall, “If you do not change, you can become extinct” and “What would you do if you weren't afraid?”, in the hope that it will inspire his friend. in the meanwhile, the two mice have found a better cheese source in Cheese Station N.

Full of fear and even more filled with determination, Haw searches and finally finds Cheese Station N, full of cheese, even some new varieties. All along his journey he left 'writings on the wall' for his friend. Still hopeful that he would gradually see the folly in his obstinate ways and come looking for new cheese.

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