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Book Explores Innate Human Nature and its Relationship with Nature

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Prabhash Karan releases 'How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life: Baby Steps to Follow Mother Nature'

ATLANTA, Sept. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- According to Prabhash Karan, "Our seven basic human emotions - joy, anger, fear, surprise, contempt, sadness, and disgust - reflect many facets of our real-life experience. Through several million years of evolution and nature-human interaction, we carry these emotions with us, because they have helped us to survive as a species and to thrive as a result of it. They are essentially an integral part of what makes us human." His book, "How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life: Baby Steps to Follow Mother Nature" (published by Xlibris) explores them and primarily deals with love, relationship, marriage, food and everyday family.

"How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life: Baby Steps to Follow Mother Nature" discusses innate human nature and its relationship with nature. In this book, as in his other works, Karan posits that what really leads to a long, healthy and happy life is a connection with the natural world and the natural order. The guide focuses on three key areas - love, attitude, and diet - in order to help increase wellness, emotional well-being and physical health. Each piece of advice is meant to be taken individually and mastered before tackling the next; creating a manageable roadmap of directions, that anyone can follow in order to rediscover their place in the natural world.

"The life of a modern man is moving at a frantic pace like never before. People now live in a society cultured with instant gratification, instant fame, fast food, fast cash, miracle cure, extreme need and I-want-it-all-and-I-want-it-now. People fail to comprehend how easy it is to cure all these maladies and still live a life of modernity," Karan says. "The book provides baby steps with case studies to resolve the issues. The methods suggested in the book are very basic and very easy to follow."

"How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life: Baby Steps to Follow Mother Nature" along with its four companion books, "Nature Is My Teacher," "Of Human Nature and Good Habits," "Life, Living and Lifestyle" and "Health and Medical Care" constitutes a series that tells the nature-human connection and its implication in daily life, in a related set of separate episodes. For more information about the book, please visit https://www.amazon.com/How-Nature-Enjoy-Good-Life/dp/1984566881.

"How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life: Baby Steps to Follow Mother Nature"
By Prabhash Karan
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 642 pages | ISBN 9781984566874
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 642 pages | ISBN 9781984566881
E-Book | 642 pages | ISBN 9781984566898
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Prabhash Karan is an engineer. He speaks four languages and writes primarily in English and occasionally in his native language, Bengali. He was born and raised in a remote village in coastal India. He was raised in his multi-generational ancestral home. He is a naturalist and a faithful follower of Mother Nature. He loves music and walking. Now over 70, he is a family man who still works full time, never been sick for a day in his life. He is an individual who is passionately optimistic about life. He is the author of five books, namely "Nature Is My Teacher," "Of Human Nature and Good Habits," "Life, Living and Lifestyle," "How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life," and "Health and Medical Care." His forthcoming book is "In God We Trust."

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