Book: Five Steps by Tim I. Gurungcategories: Book, Social Issues, American Occupation, Okinawa Japan, Tibet, Chiru, Kashmir, New York, Portlandbill UK, Financial Crisis, Lighthouse, Illegal Poaching, Kashmir Issue, Yobs Issues, Grief and Loss
Tim I. Gurungabout this book: FIVE STEPS is my 1st book, I wrote it in 2009 and it was only published in 2015. Back then, the world was still reeling with the financial crisis, business was slow and I was at the juncture of my life. I always wanted to do something meaningful after I turned fifty, writing was a gift that didn't want to waste and use it for some good cause in life. As I always write on serious global and social issues, I had some issues that were plaguing me at the back of my mind and I wrote my first book in order to unload them.
We take millions of steps in our lifetime, if we don't take any meaningful steps in life, all of the steps we have taken in life will become meaningless, and it is the message I tried to convey through this book.
I write for people, society and for mankind. Most importantly I write for my own happiness and my charity!
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