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Harish Maiya
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  • Hillsboro, OR
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Something About Me and My Book:
After a rough night dreaming about a book, I started writing for a year with help from friends and editors. Finally in December of 2009, published the non-fiction book titled "Developed Minds, Developing Minds and the Stupid Terrorists". This book talks about the many socio-economic and political issues rattling a number of countries around the globe.
Book summary:
All human beings, whether developed or developing or underdeveloped, show various levels of the seven deadly sins. The complex issues that arise due to these sins sometimes have simple answers. Developed countries balance their greed for money with selfless caring and giving that goes way beyond developing and underdeveloped countries. The embracing of secular humanism by the developed minds versus that of religious humanism by the developing and underdeveloped minds have made all the difference. The difference in human development index between the developed, developing and the underdeveloped minds due to this will only deepen if the developing and the underdeveloped worlds don't change their mindsets. The paranoid and undeserving terrorists who are hell-bent on gaining control of governments through violence should give up. They clearly show their inability to control their minds let alone governments so they don't have any other option but to refurbish themselves or else they will be an insignificant loss to the mainstream society. The developing and underdeveloped minds have far more unstable governments, financial system and socio-economic issues that are hard for them to resolve. While some developing minds have started showing signs of social responsibility, the underdeveloped minds have fallen into the deep end of social irresponsibility black hole. It is not only up to the mainstream moderate developed minds to change the mindset of the developing and the underdeveloped but also the responsibility of the mainstream societies in developing and the underdeveloped worlds. This book talks about the negative effects of these sins on the mainstream society and why some should not be tolerated at any cost.

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Dr. Vijay Mallya is not your typical everyday CEO. He has made it to the Forbes billionaires’ list many number of times but he doesn’t care if he is on the list or not because he doesn’t want to be categorized as a ruthless moneymaker. He not only lives like The King of Good Times but he is working overtime to persuade others to live the high life too. Once upon a time, his critics called him the playboy of the east for his glamorous lifestyle but slowly and steadily Dr. Mallya has earned…


Posted on July 11, 2011 at 12:04am

Developed Minds, Developing Minds and the Stupid Terrorists

Recently published a non-fiction book titled "Developed Minds, Developing Minds and the Stupid Terrorists". The book talks about the many socio-economic and political issues rattling a number of countries around the world. Check it out. Very interesting read.

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Posted on February 13, 2010 at 3:34pm

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At 1:52pm on March 24, 2010, Kate L gave Harish Maiya a gift
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