Brotherhood: Dharma, Destiny, and the American Dream

By: Deepak Chopra (Author, Reader) , Sanjiv Chopra (Author, Reader)

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In Brotherhood, Deepak and Sanjiv Chopra reveal the story of their personal struggles and triumphs as doctors, immigrants, and brothers. They were born in the ferment of liberated India after 1947, as an age-old culture was reinventing its future. For the young, this meant looking to the West. The Chopra brothers were among the most eager and ambitious of the new generation. In the 1970s, they each emigrated to the United States to make a new life. Both faced tough obstacles: while Deepak encountered resistance from Western-trained doctors over what he called the mind-body connection, Sanjiv struggled to reconcile the beliefs of his birthplace with those of his new home. Eventually, each brother became convinced that America was the right place to build a life, and the Chopras went on to great achievements ? Deepak as a global spiritual teacher and bestselling author, Sanjiv as a world-renowned medical expert and professor at Harvard Medical School. Brotherhood will fascinate and inspire those who still believe in America's capacity to foster achievement and reward hard work.

Title: Brotherhood: Dharma, Destiny, and the American Dream

Author Name: Deepak Chopra (Author, Reader) , Sanjiv Chopra (Author, Reader)

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Publisher: U.S.A, Brilliance Audio on CD: 2013

ISBN Number: 1455890839

ISBN Number 13: 9781455890835

Binding: Audio CD

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 076682

Description: Very good condition. CDs are like new condition. Outside jewel case has some scuffing. Brotherhood: Dharma, Destiny, and the American Dream By Deepak Chopra (Author, Reader) , Sanjiv Chopra (Author, Reader) Product Details Audio CD Publisher: Brilliance Audio on CD Unabridged Lib Ed; Library edition (May 21, 2013) Language: English ISBN-10: 1455890839 ISBN-13: 9781455890835 Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 6.3 x 1.1 inches

Keywords: Brotherhood: Dharma, Destiny, and the American Dream