“Forge your Future” is a well written novel by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Dr. Kalam had to overcome various obstacles since humble childhood to becoming the president of India. The story contains Dr. Kalam interactions with various people through emails, face to face meetings and on Facebook, who discussed their problems with him and sought for solutions. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam received near about 300 emails every day and he took out time to read those emails and revert with the best possible solutions.
The book has the questions that had been asked to Dr. Kalam over years. Dr. Kalam has written in the book that while “answering these questions, I realized that what we call problems may probably be a result of the way we ‘process’ events and situations in our lives and everything that happens in our world. ‘Process’ means the way we perceive, think or react about them.” Change the way of ‘process’ and you will get the solution on your own. Dr. Kalam’s answers were based on the experiences he had learnt from his life or by interacting with political & spiritual leaders or from reading books. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam also said that “It does not matter where you start from or what you have achieved till date, the important thing is that, from this point onwards, you decide what you want and work towards creating your own future.
This is the message I want to convey through this book and if it can inspire even one young person to achieve his or her dream, I will feel that my effort has been truly worth it.” Kalam had resolved various problems and the book may have solution to your problem as well, as the replies in the book are provided in a way that anyone undergoing similar issues can get resolution. Also, get to know about other people’s problem, may be they have overcome worse situations than you.About the author:
Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, a famous name round the world. His achievements and simplicity had successfully been able to wins the heart of many people. He was the 11th president of India. During his tenure from 2002 to 2007 he was also known as “The People’s President”. He was also honoured by the three highest civilian’s awards that i.e. The Padma Bhushan Award, The Padma Vibhushan Award and The Bharat Ratna Award.