Hidden Encounters of Pain
By Vimal Panjwani
The purpose of the book is not to blame any specific gender or to generalize things, and impose certain outcomes. The book is purely meant to speak out the pain from a woman’s perspective, that which is caused by a man, which she hides insides her heart. The men can be in any role in their lives, for instance boyfriends, best friends, husbands or sons .The aim is to wake up some men and few people in the society who are responsible for the pain hidden inside so many women and it is caused because of the age-old tradition’s and hidden because we live in a male dominated society.
Hidden Encounters of Pain consists of real life stories, where the main character who is a woman suffers pain which ultimately is hidden and fought every day inside her heart. It reveals the side of men, known or unknown but responsible for bringing pain and agony in a women’s life.
As someone has rightly said, ‘you cannot blame anyone or anything, nor can you change whatever has happened or going to happen, but you can direct it in terms of good or bad with a weapon called Love’, so if you really want to remove pain from someone’s heart the method is to love that person unconditionally and see the magic happen. Sometimes male ego dominates a man’s heart, and that is the time he begins committing mistakes.
The sole purpose of this book is to awaken our dead souls and conscience, which will help us value and understand the people we have in our lives in the form of family and friends. I hope that you will feel the words, and reason the meaning behind them from this book.
This book is for all the people on this planet who are suffering because of the rules created by us, as well as to those who are responsible for bringing pain and suffering into the world of those, who they meant the world to.
Do we realize what kind of a world we are living in? Or to be more precise, what kind of world have we created for ourselves through our actions, which turn out to be moments of joys or misery for the people who were a part of our lives, and became a parcel in the journey of life.