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Book Review: The Flower of Fulfillment by Sanath Kumar Naibhi

The Flower of Fulfillment by Sanath Kumar Naibhi is an influencing self-help book on personal growth metrics. The vista of self-help genre is vast, people pick up a variety of books for improvement, growth, learning and much more. But how will one remember all the tricks and strategies stumbled across in those books and how to implement so much in one life? Worry not, Sanath is here to help you with that. Spiraling something similar from his life, he is here to help you out in clearing the dilemma of being so righteous with the self-help books.

The book offers a question what is fulfillment in life. And it also takes us through the possible answers and solutions. The book is unique with its theories and assumptions and concepts. To materialize all in a readable and exciting manner, the author puts it in a fiction way with the help of Henry and Samartha.

Henry is a young boy of around fifteen. Post his accident, he seeks guidance and mentoring from Samartha. Right at the beginning the book begins impressing with coverage on wish, intent, desire, dream, and craving. Understanding these aspects make one learn the power of fire and what it takes to ignite that from within.

As the title is inclined towards fulfillment, we get to know the real difference between success and fulfillment. Success is short term, and fulfillment is not only long lasting but also secures balance in life. Before full focus on fulfillment, the author takes us through the life models like 5 Is of success, Candle model, Archetype of Success. 

The Flower of Fulfillment is all about balancing the life. It’s next illustrated and explained with four petals that are of Wisdom, Freedom, Love & Service, and Health. Here onwards much of the book explains these four petals. The book is easy to read but at the same time it needs intact attention. In a nutshell, it teaches as how one can have that life of balance.   

The book is full of takeaways. The author touched upon on many aspects of life very profoundly. If you have read many self-help books and want to get their values summed up, probably you should pick up this insightful book for best results and return on your time and efforts.

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