The Theological Quest (Paperback)
""Let's explore the world, man. First, we should go to the Himalayas,"" Ravi said as he was searching best spiritual places of India on his cell phone.
""We're not going anywhere,"" Sid said sharply, his eyes narrowed in disbelief.
""Isn't that what you want?"" Ravi snapped, for him, Sid was such a killjoy. ""The search for truth? That's how all yogis in the past began their journey. Off to the Himalayas for years, and boom, return like you're the boss. Do you want peace or not?""
Sid felt the question landed him on the horns of a dilemma. He did want to search the truth (the inner calling which he yearns to follow), but at the same time he knew it was impossible to cut off all his attachments. Hey, Mom I'm going to the Himalayas, don't know when I will return. Is it that easy to say?
A moment later, however, the reality hit him like a ball. It's true that most of the great spiritualists ended up in the Himalayas.
Sid's life was ordinary like yours and mine, where you'd find no fantasy or fiction. But he was the possessor of extraordinary trait; he was looking for answers.
Little did he know that we're living in a post-truth world.