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The Mirror of Life: A Parody of Our Lives Under the Scanner Richard K. Singh

The Mirror of Life: A Parody of Our Lives Under the Scanner

Richard K. Singh

Published April 1st 2013
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Kindle Edition
164 pages
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 About the Book 

Sit back, relax and go on a self-revealing memory trip, which will expose the folly and farcical lives, the most highly evolved species(man) exhibits to his own humiliation and personal degradation. This folly and weakness characterizes all ofMoreSit back, relax and go on a self-revealing memory trip, which will expose the folly and farcical lives, the most highly evolved species(man) exhibits to his own humiliation and personal degradation. This folly and weakness characterizes all of mankind, regardless of their place of residence and their ethnic origin. This revelation is akin to standing before a mirror and uttering in total disbelief: “Is this how I am perceived by the outside world and more specifically, by my family and friends?Man has always prided himself as being irreproachable in matters of morality. There was a period in time, when a person kept his weakness, a closely guarded secret. He did not want to openly reveal his shortcomings to his family, friends or to the larger society. It was a social embarrassment, he was not willing to risk. His reputation and social standing in his home, amongst his friends, in his community and in society, was top on his priority list. In days gone by, the stain of social embarrassment could dog you for the rest of your life. No effort to erase this blemish by the offender, was considered worthy of being absolved. Society assumed the role of moral watch dogs, who growled menacingly at your smallest infraction.At the outset, I solemnly promised the readers that I would hold up a mirror to man, to reveal his idiosyncrasies in settings applicable universally .I will endeavor to deliver on my promise.