Blossom of Freedom by Raj Sood

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Preeti became pregnant at the age of seventeen, just before graduating from High School. Her parents forced her into marriage with an ineffective old man, who died of a heart attack when she gave birth to a beautiful boy. Her husband left her a large amount of money. She found a job with an English family, who took her to England. She felt free in her new surroundings took a university degree, and became a schoolteacher. Her understanding of freedom grew rapidly and she realized that freedom is not merely an ideal but a state, and God cannot be god without it. Her son married a girl from a progressive English family, and they all share the faith that freedom is not a mere slogan or theory, but the creator and preserver of the universe.
 

About Raj Sood

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Rajendra Sood spent his childhood in Kenya.  After high school, he took a degree in arts in and a B. Sc. (Econ) with Honors from the University of London. He joined the Bar as a member of the Middle Temple, an Inn of Court. He practiced law in Kenya for fifteen years and acted as defense counsel in high profile cases in Western Kenya.   He served as crown counsel with the Government of Alberta, Canada for more than twenty years.   After retirement, he took up writing for pleasure. His interests are history, philosophy, and travel. He has traveled in the Far East, Western Europe, Eastern Africa, the Middle East, North and Central America, and India. He passionately believes in freedom without which he thinks God cannot be God.   He lives in Whitby, Ontario, Canada, with his wife and family. 
 
Published December 4, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 244 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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