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    Pages: 121
    Language: English
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The subject of fate and free-will is highly sensitive. There is enough and equal evidence to this polemic to prove that fate determines the lives of the people and also they have a lot of freedom to decide their future. The author has very tactfully dealt with the subject. There is nothing that has not been touched by the author as the subject is divided into thesis (is), antithesis (not is), synthesis (is and not is) and transcendence (neither is nor not is). The greatest dilemma that has been haunting the mankind from times immemorial is whether the lives of the people are determined by something else beyond the control of human being or by self. Except the enlightened, everybody has been bothered by this predicament.

No other subject has disturbed people so wider and deeper in their pursuits of both success and failure. This is due to lack of fuller knowledge on the subject from all its dimensions. The author with his acumen has made the topic very simple to enable people to understand the boundaries of fate and free-will and guide themselves to resolve their problems in day to day mundane affairs.

In the world of science and technology, people have ample opportunities to shape their lives. Longevity is prolonged through medication, peace is procured through meditation, children are chosen by number and kind, intelligence is improved through education, character is modified through discipline, status is secured with effort and development is made possible by the intervention of technology. This scenario of landing the man on moon and enabling scientists to explode an atom at will to destroy the universe during 20th and 21st centuries exemplify the essence of this work of fate and free-will.

- Murali K. Reddy