"A Desi-American, as Ravi Prakash Dani unravels from his extensive global experience, is the one finding himself `extremely' sensitive to suffering imposed by seismic change embodying hurricane social, political and economic forces. Invariably often such a person has to face the prospect of inflicting upon himself and others suffering of excessive attraction and aversion in the illusion of prosperity.
Boldly emodying emergent perceptions of institutionalist orders and suffering in the opportunities to create it, the author foregrounds ordinary `Desi-Americanism' ultimately signifying today's illusive impressions of `competitiveness' and `change'. Unraveling strengths in suffering its `Triple Enigma of Identity,” it emerges as that alone uniquely capable of beckoning humanity into interconnectedness with “Post Racial” and “Post 9/11” America."
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Published August 7, 2012
Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Religion & Spirituality.