"Animals make decisions all the time. Only humans have the option not to take a decision"
Well, the book was a very quick and fast read. But I had this on my Kindle for a long time and I eventually read it.
It talks about a very very very valuable factor in everyone's life i.e. creating decisions and coming out successful in what you choose. But that's the big dilemma. Right? How do we know what to decide on and what not to? How do we anticipate the outcomes of the decisions we make? Or is it even possible to do that? Is that in our hand?
There are so many doubts that are recognized inside the book and I got some of them explained like the biggest one is whatever you opt for, there are always outcomes which are liked by some and not liked by others. You can't render any decision as an ideal one.
It is indeed a brief book but very insightful and exceptionally positive. Plus everything is illustrated using tales from mythology and how people chose what they chose and why? And these tales are linked with present-day crises for better insight.
Also, I got to know what's the difference between a Karta (कर्ता) and a Karya-Karta (कार्यकर्ता)
I would say one must flip through it because it's very fast and constructive.