By Deepak Chopra, Sanjiv Chopra
In Brotherhood, Deepak and Sanjiv Chopra show the tale in their own struggles and triumphs as medical professionals, immigrants, and brothers. They have been born within the ferment of liberated India after 1947, as an age-old tradition used to be reinventing its destiny. For the younger, this intended seeking to the West.
The Chopra brothers have been one of the so much keen and impressive of the hot iteration. within the Nineteen Seventies, they every one emigrated to the us to make a brand new lifestyles. either confronted difficult hindrances: whereas Deepak encountered resistance from Western-trained medical professionals over the mind-body connection, Sanjiv struggled to reconcile the ideals of his birthplace with these of his new home.
Eventually, every one brother turned confident that the US was once the fitting position to construct a lifestyles, and the Chopras went directly to nice achievements—Deepak as a world non secular instructor and best-selling writer, Sanjiv as a world-renowned health worker and professor at Harvard clinical School.
Brotherhood will fascinate and encourage those that nonetheless think in America’s potential to foster success and gift labor.
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