Spin vs. Truth
We are told it is the information age. Wherever we turn, there is more: more books, more life guides, more websites, all of them giving advice on how to do just about anything.
But most information does not answer our questions, it just leaves us with more. And how much of that “information” is useful, valid, or even vaguely true? What fundamental truths is that information based on? Or are they truths at all? We live in a world of fake news and deepfakes. It is terrifying!
This book is a handy reference guide to the daily questions of life: who is right, how do we know, what is spin and what is truth, how do we live a sustainable life in the suburbs, how do we hold down a job, a family, and a mortgage while trying to live an “authentic” life? What is wrong and what is right with the way we eat, spend, or enjoy; with our religion, education, and diet?
Wherever you open the book, it addresses the simple questions of life that almost everyone faces throughout any given day. Its answers are practical and brief, and while it does not pretend to be the ultimate guide to life, it directs the reader to what is—the Bhagavad-gita, which is without doubt the original guide book to every topic in life.
Everyone needs a little something to get through the day—so make this book your daily “little something,” and I am sure you will see the difference.