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So long as one is living a typical worldly life, one regards oneself to be at the centre of everything! That centre may be as small as the individual alone or may be larger to include one's family, friends, community, country etc. But the centre is still very much rooted in the physical world.
One's spiritual pursuit can be said to begin when one starts wondering about what could be beyond the physical world - before and after one's life in it. It makes one realise the futility of continuing with the physical world of objects as the central focus of all our activities. Spirituality is basically an attitude to life which is not based on the physical world. It can get formed only after one reads the philosophical thoughts of renowned spiritual thinkers, contemplates on the real purpose and nature of creation and internalises it.
A spiritual attitude helps one live a worldly life in a more even-minded way without seeking anything in particular or without abhorring something else, taking life as it comes. Then one's worldly life may still appear not to have changed; but one's outlook towards life is entirely different.
This book presents various typical scenarios from our day-to-day life and how we can have a spiritual outlook towards them. It is a collection of the articles of the author published in the Speaking Tree column on the editorial page of the leading Indian newspaper, The Times of India.