Priyank Chopra, the author of Miracles by Night, has an exceptional knowledge of the human mind and his work is full of beautiful poetry. His novels are also wonderfully written, filled with themes of the individual and collective psyche that we all carry within us.
His sense of humanness, compassion and desire to care for those in the world is exceptional. It is in his books that he offers answers to our biggest questions. His works include The Secret, Miracles by Night, Sermon on the Mount, White Oleander, and Consciousness: The Power of Now.
For example, The Secret, which is about a man who claims to be a prophet, is the story of a man who overcomes his disability by reading and studying all the universe. The heart of this book is the effect his studies have on him and how he overcame the obstacles and moved forward into the New Age of spirituality.
Miracles by Night is a very intelligent story about the importance of finding the right balance between being a devotee and enjoying one’s life. It deals with the concept of dedication and how to find it when it is being taken from you or pulled away by friends and family. This book is full of teachings of love and trust, but there is the lesson of wisdom and the importance of turning it into action.
White Oleander is a novel that is about a new religion in the South Africa in the 19th century. It deals with the way the whole idea of white supremacy was stolen from the native people, but is now presented in a completely different light to the original meaning of white supremacy.
Consciousness: The Power of Now is about the physical and mental changes that can be felt by using methods such as meditation and yoga to heal the body and to build a state of complete harmony. Althoughthese techniques are often used by people seeking spiritual enlightenment, Priyank Chopra offers his own theories on how they can help the person.
To say that he has a flair for the dramatic is certainly true. His works are filled with over-the-top speeches and scenes that will make you gasp and cry. His works are more than stories, but also rich in words that can change lives.