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Reviewed in India on 14 February 2021
" The Universe is in Chaos. Our minds are warehouses of chaos."

This is a collection of journal entries and musings by the Author on various topics and aspects of life. I have read the Author's work in the past and I must say his views and thoughts are very much appropriate.
This book is divided into 23 parts . Starting with what 'travel' does to people's minds, souls and habits to talking about various Web Series, movies and shows , his thoughts on various characters and comparing various settings and scenarios in those with his actual life experiences, there are a huge collection of knowledge and thoughts spread across the book.

Jotting down some of my favourites:

" We all go through a mixture of stories that did not start: linger in our mind like dolorous reminders-What If!"

"Silence excites thoughts"

" Climate change is no longer a theoretical matter to be discussed and debated at Conferences."

Talking about the pandemic the Author says that "Professionals are WFH with a Substantially reduced workload." No sir, actually the workload has increased.

The Chapter 'Management, Creative and Critical Thinking ' is worth reading.

My personal favourite chapter is 'Finding Harmony in Self-Conflicting Purposes for Tuning onto Career needs.' This is an expert from a speech if his. And this is the best thing to read from the whole book.

Only problem with this book is that all ideas are clubbed so randomly (may be that why it's called 'Fractured Mosaic') that the reader may miss the flow of reading and get confused. But if taken individually , one at a time , it's worth giving a shot. Recommended!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Thought provoking!!Indeed a fractured mosaic...!!!?
By Anju Ajay on 14 February 2021
" The Universe is in Chaos. Our minds are warehouses of chaos."

This is a collection of journal entries and musings by the Author on various topics and aspects of life. I have read the Author's work in the past and I must say his views and thoughts are very much appropriate.
This book is divided into 23 parts . Starting with what 'travel' does to people's minds, souls and habits to talking about various Web Series, movies and shows , his thoughts on various characters and comparing various settings and scenarios in those with his actual life experiences, there are a huge collection of knowledge and thoughts spread across the book.

Jotting down some of my favourites:

" We all go through a mixture of stories that did not start: linger in our mind like dolorous reminders-What If!"

"Silence excites thoughts"

" Climate change is no longer a theoretical matter to be discussed and debated at Conferences."

Talking about the pandemic the Author says that "Professionals are WFH with a Substantially reduced workload." No sir, actually the workload has increased.

The Chapter 'Management, Creative and Critical Thinking ' is worth reading.

My personal favourite chapter is 'Finding Harmony in Self-Conflicting Purposes for Tuning onto Career needs.' This is an expert from a speech if his. And this is the best thing to read from the whole book.

Only problem with this book is that all ideas are clubbed so randomly (may be that why it's called 'Fractured Mosaic') that the reader may miss the flow of reading and get confused. But if taken individually , one at a time , it's worth giving a shot. Recommended!!!
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