EVERYTHING FAMILY &
"Mother of Family Ideas"
Their Abuse in
By Mini Sarla
Soft Cover, 264
pages, 5.5" x 8.5"
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Power & Privilege
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POWER & PRIVILEGE
Their Abuse in the World
“At long last a book that touches upon every aspect of life and
the pervasive abuses of power and privilege in the world. Mini
Sarla manages to reveal not only the subtle abuses that lurk in
our midst, but also the overt, in a refreshingly enlightened and
non-confrontational way that appeals to the higher conscience of
the reader. It should be read both by the victims of abuse as
well as the perpetrators.
“The book starts by highlighting how the human race is tilting
the balance of survival in its favor to such an extreme, and how
modern society seems to have lost sight of compassion, all in
the name of modernization and progress.
“Mini then leads the reader literally from womb to tomb and
beyond, to highlight where and how abuses of power and privilege
occur, and the adverse effects they have on the psyche of
society. She engages the reader by constantly raising questions
that hopefully will result in the inner awakening that is
woefully needed in our troubled times.”
● International Woman of the Year
● A former director of Anti-Slavery
● Author, human rights campaigner, and
founder of the ASHA Foundation and Centre
● Pioneer for Asian women in British
politics; she chaired the Commission,
ethnic minority involvement in British Life
and was a member of the advisory group to the British Home
About the Author
Mini Sarla was born in a family of
freedom fighters in India. She grew up in New Delhi and
immigrated to the U.S. as a young adult. A naturalized U.S.
citizen, she has been an academician for over twenty years.
they are saying about
“A fantastic piece of work. [The book]
has an international appeal and should be read by all at the
United Nations. It should also be a necessary textbook at all
– Kusoom Vadgama,
Author, London, UK
“Much of Human history is about
inequality through the abuse of Power and Privilege. The
abuses covered in one book makes them even more shameful and
shocking to any self-reflective person.
– Nilima Bhat,
Founder of “Sampurnah:
The Wholeness Practice” Bangalore, India
The author takes us
through a cross-section of the entire breadth of modern human
endeavor, from organized religion to organized crime, and she
peppers the text with pearls of wisdom, sage quotes gleaned
from a wide variety of sources. Her analysis is deep and
Michael A. Bruno, M.D.
Professor of Radiology & Medicine,
Penn State University
The book exposes the dark
side of power and privilege. It is timely and purposeful. A
victim, who continues to believe in false promises and unfair
practices, is as much to be blamed for the problems in society
as the perpetrator.
- Arvind Khetia
Retired Engineer and Faith Columnist,
Kansas City Star.