Item description for TEA: The Recipe for Stress-Free Living by Ratanjit S. Sondhe...
In TEA, you'll understand why we experience stress, and why everything this world offers will only increase it. The word "TEA" serves as an acronym, leading the characters and readers one letter at a time down a path of self-discovery to eliminate frustrations and guide them to live a life free of stress. Written by international television and radio personality and lecturer Ratanjit S. Sondhe.
From The Book Jacket In TEA, you'll understand why we experience stress, and why everything this world offers will only increase it. The word "TEA" serves as an acronym, leading the characters and readers one letter at a time down a path of self-discovery to eliminate frustrations and guide them to live a life free of stress. Told using charming parables by the main character, a wise monk from India, this novel unveils the proverbial recipe for a life-changing cup of tea.Everyone is seeking relief from stress. We see medical experts, and receive expensive medication and therapies. We change jobs, careers and even spouses. We take exotic vacations, but stress returns when we do. Could it be, while we have concentrated on every possible factor around us, we really need to better understand what is within us? Ratanjit's TEA is simple, yet profound. It will change the way you think about life. TEA touches its readers, regardless of background, profession, religion, age or gender. It is a beautifully-woven tale with a message that provides comfort in our changing world.
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Studio: discoverhelp publishing, inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 8" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2005
Publisher discoverhelp publishing, inc.
ISBN 1590760212 ISBN13 9781590760215 UPC 885295021950
Availability 0 units.
More About Ratanjit S. Sondhe
Ratanjit S. Sondhe currently resides in Cleveland, in the state of Ohio.
Reviews - What do customers think about TEA: The Recipe for Stress-Free Living?
The start of my day. Nov 6, 2005
I am not a typical reader of self-help publications, however, I took a chance on TEA. In a work environment that is fast-paced and ever changing, I found it very useful to take 5 minutes each morning to read TEA and prepare for the hectic day ahead. Unlike other books I have seen where the size and writing can be intimidating, I found this particular book to be very easy to read and manageable for the time I had. Most of the stories were appropriate to current life situations and I would recommend this to friends.
hard to believe this got published Nov 1, 2005
this book is simply terrible.It is written at the high school level and to call it a novel is ridiculous. The TEA "concepts" -- truth, expectations and acceptance. There you have it. You won't get anything further from reading the book.
TEA: A recipe to a satisfying life Oct 19, 2005
The daily lives of our society involve fast-paced business, and demanding sacrifice for wealth and prestige. This welcoming text places you in a discussion circle of diverse characters, from various disciplines and industries. A delightful guest, Swamiji of India, brings light to vital elements that should be integrated in our daily lives.
Reading this book helped me re-evaluate how I compose my daily life; taking time for "TEA" is a healthy way of regrouping, restructuring, and revamping ones life.
This book is a gem. Oct 17, 2005
Mr. Sondhe has written a beautiful story that can help millions find their way to inner peace. As a yoga instructor, I found this book to be full of thought provoking quotes that I pass on to my students during our classes together.
Have a cup of TEA and enjoy the layers if messages within it. I'm sure you'll find something that touches your heart.
Awesome Book! A Must Read... Oct 14, 2005
I absolutely loved this book. I don't know what the people from Publisher's Weekly are talking about!? TEA got a good review in the Cleveland Plain Dealer and people were talking about it at the office, so i thought i'd try it. $20 bucks is a small price to pay for getting rid of stress!
I love the stories, especially the one about the Prince and Murli in Chapter 2. Even after reading twice, there are several parts that I keep going back to to re-read. I get something different out of it each time that helps me. I don't know why, but this book has a real calming presence...
It isn't a real in-depth novel, but that's why i liked it. It was really easy reading. The acronym of T-E-A was clever and has stuck with me. It has definitely helped me get rid of my stress!