Knowledge: The Root of All Happiness deals with the big questions many of us ask at some point in our lives, such as ‘What is the nature of the universe?’, ‘Who are we?’, ‘Where do we come from?’, ‘What is the goal of life?’ and ‘How should we live?’ This book is essentially a book of philosophy. However, unlike many other books on philosophy, it deals with the fundamental principles of life in an accessible way. It is designed to be read by everyone regardless of religion, culture or scientific opinion. It cuts across religious and cultural beliefs and contemplates the truths that lie at the heart of everything we experience and do.
The book is purposely short and concise, and whilst it touches on many widely known and accepted theories, it deliberately avoids discussing specific scientific theories, religious beliefs or philosophies in any great detail. Knowledge: The Root of All Happiness is a simple and thought-provoking work that will inspire readers to take a fresh look at life, and attempt to gain knowledge based on an open-minded and logical process.