We live in a fake world. Be it business, relations, or even social media, we need to project a persona that is acceptable to society.
Shawn Vij, through his impeccable book ‘Moral Fiber,’ has substantiated his ideology of Moral fiber with anecdotes in his professional life. As a reviewer, I have read many books on spirituality, self-help, and business but every book indulges in an unpragmatic idea and mostly depicts the tale of people who had everything yet felt incomplete and set out in search of inner peace.
Moral fiber, probably because it’s an autobiographical adaptation is concentrating on the hassles of daily lives. The author’s take on how we are forced to compromise on our ethics would be relatable to everyone in the corporate, political, or any field for that matter. The author has backed up his views with real-life anecdotes and incidents which forced him to set out in search of his moral fiber.
The experience of the author with Dalai Lama makes the book all the more engaging. Unlike the man gods, Dalai Lama is portrayed as someone enlightened with real knowledge, and the methodology of his Guru calls for an impeccable read.
Overall the book is a multi-genre book with a target audience comprising people from nearly all genres