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Living a Perfect Life with Imperfect Health
Praise for this book
<p>The book is a modern-day Gita! A must read and a ‘must gift’ to your closest friends and family. A summation of life’s lessons by a very gifted and insightful human for all of us looking for answers to the questions life puts forth.<br /> <strong>— Dr. Umesh Choudhary</strong> <br /> MD, FACG, FASGE, University of South Florida, USA</p> <p> </p> <p>A must read for everyone, for not just the ill and the healers. You may not have control over your challenges, but you do have a choice in being miserable or not; and making happiness a priority. A useful adjunct to counselling patients.<br /> <strong>— Dr. Rajnish Gupta</strong><br /> MBBS, MS, FRCS, Consultant Physician, Ohio, USA</p> <p> </p> <p>While sharing her life, the author provides a guide book that can help anyone. She tells her story of delivering her Karma with perfection during her earthly existence despite a long list of imperfect health conditions. <br /> <strong>— Dr. Naveen Mittal</strong><br /> Endowed Chair and Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics, Texas, USA</p> <p> </p> <p>So readable! The author has drawn inspiration from diverse sources to give practical tips on how to tap inner resources to deal with challenges that overwhelm us in life.<br /> <strong>— Banashri Bose Harrison</strong><br /> Secretary (Retd.), Ministry of External Affairs; former Ambassador of India</p> <p> </p> <p>Borrowing from Mahatma Gandhi, her life is her message. Rather than stumble in the dark, the author has lit a lamp that will continue to inspire thousands of people to lead a harmonious and whole life. <br /> <strong>— K.B. Valsala Kumari </strong><br /> IAS (Retd.), Former Principal Secretary to Government of Kerala</p> <p> </p> <p>This book will help patients, doctors, counsellors, para-medical staff. From a treating doctor’s perspective: the author lived and celebrated her life till the end. She will remain a guiding force for all through this book, so well compiled.<br /> <strong>— Dr. (Prof.) A.K. Bhalla</strong> <br /> Chairman & HOD, Nephrology, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, <br /> Padma Shri and B.C. Roy Awardee</p>
About the Author(s) / Editor(s)
<p><strong>Author:</strong></p> <p><strong>Jai Rani Bhalla,</strong> received her Masters in Economics from the University of Delhi and soon after joined Miranda House College, a prestigious women’s College of the University of Delhi. During her teaching career from 1956 to 1994, she accepted several responsibilities at Miranda House, including the position of Vice-Principal. She played an active role in building harmony between different groups, and was loved by students, staff, non-academic staff and administration alike. In addition to being fully committed to her academic career, she dedicated herself quietly to serve humanity. A number of lives were transformed under her gentle care and compassion. Even those who met her briefly left feeling uplifted.</p> <p> </p> <p>She was a keen seeker of knowledge. She questioned and spent time to learn more deeply about her ailments, not only to stay on top of them, but also used the knowledge proactively to guide family and friends on getting medical attention in time and preventing health problems. She treated life as a precious gift of nature for spreading joy and happiness. She is an inspiration to all.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Editor:</strong></p> <p><strong>Meena Singh,</strong> to whom Jai Rani Bhalla was a mother, is Chair of The Learn and Uplift Foundation, Toronto. She is an international management consultant to both corporate and non-profit organizations.</p>
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