Self-Evaluation of Own Work- on Science, Life Philosophy, and Practicality of Spirituality

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In the self-evaluation of my work spanning from January 2024 to March 2024, I find myself at a critical juncture, evaluating the intersectionality of science, life philosophy, and the practicality of spirituality within my professional endeavors. As both a patient and a doctor of my passions, encompassing pain and motivation, this introspective analysis delves into the efficacy of my recent contributions to research and knowledge production.

Over this period, I have authored six new books and disseminated them through reputable publishers such as Nova Science Publishers, USA, River Publishers, Taylor and Francis, Rutledge, and IntechOpen Limited, London. These publications signify not only a commitment to advancing scientific discourse but also a dedication to bridging interdisciplinary gaps and fostering a holistic understanding of complex phenomena.

Furthermore, I have contributed twenty-one opinion papers to esteemed platforms such as DC Nepal, Nagarik, and Republica, amplifying my voice on pertinent societal issues. Additionally, my academic articles in renowned journals like Futurity of Social Sciences, International Journal of Science Annals, Socio-Economic Challenges, and Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment underscore my engagement with scholarly discourse, striving to address contemporary challenges through rigorous inquiry and innovative solutions.

However, despite these achievements, I acknowledge my inherent vulnerabilities. As I navigate the labyrinth of academia and intellectual inquiry, I confront the existential dilemma of convincing readers to invest their invaluable time in engaging with my work. The practicality of spirituality, intertwined with scientific inquiry and philosophical contemplation, poses a formidable challenge in garnering widespread acceptance and recognition.

Thus, I find myself grappling with the dual roles of advocate and skeptic, oscillating between unwavering conviction and nagging doubt. The symbiotic relationship between passion and pain fuels my relentless pursuit of knowledge, yet it also exposes me to the frailty of human understanding and the capricious nature of intellectual validation.

In light of these reflections, I humbly seek feedback and guidance from peers and mentors, acknowledging my limitations and embracing the transformative power of constructive criticism. Through collaborative dialogue and collective introspection, I aspire to chart a course that transcends individual aspirations and contributes meaningfully to the collective tapestry of human knowledge and experience.

Self-evaluation serves as a testament to the inherent complexity of the human condition and the perpetual quest for enlightenment. By interrogating the nexus of science, philosophy, and spirituality within the context of my professional journey, I endeavor to navigate the labyrinth of uncertainty with humility, resilience, and unwavering determination.
Here is the list of my books and papers published from January 2024 to March.

Books :

1. The Past, Present, and Future Directions of Migration/Immigration, Nova Science Publisher, New York ISBN: 979-8-89113-536-9,

2. Theories and Practices of Global Journeys, Nova Science Publisher, New York ISBN: 979-8-89113-535-2,

3. Transforming Futures- Navigating Society, Environment, and Governance, Nova Science Publisher, New York ISBN: 979-8-89113-319-8

4. Live and Let Others Live- in Reference to Sustainability and Environment Conservation, Nova Science Publisher, New York ISBN: 979-8-89113-344-0

5. The Nexus of Climate Change and Land-use – Global Scenario with Reference to Nepal” River Publishers, Routledge and Taylor & Francis publishing group, UK, Denmark / the Netherlands, USA.
6. Women and Society, ISBN 978-1-80355-817-2, IntechOpen Limited, London, United Kingdom.

Link of rest books-

Opinion Papers

1. Wealth and Poverty: Unpacking Disparities, Political Influence, and Control,

2. Life is Beautiful – a Challenging Journey Filled with Uncertainties,

3. Concept and Concerns of Solar Radiation Management (SRM),

4. Nepal Faces Unique Challenges and Vulnerabilities of Climate Change,

5. Social Transformation, Politics, Role of Knowledge and Social Segregation in Nepal,

6. A Way to See Life- Life as an Individual and Collective Story,

7. Emotions and Affective Dynamics in Global Climate Change Politics.

8. A Rotten Potato Spoils the Entire Sack,

9. Buddhist Philosophy for Humanity and Planetary Health,

10. Past and Present of Social Inequality: Analyzing Structure and Future Trends. Futurity of Social Sciences, 1(3), 47-60.

11. How much do we need – What is the limitation of wants and where do we end up with unfulfilled desires? International Journal of Science Annals, 6(2), 1–4.

12. Women and Society: a major field of Studies to understand discrimination” Socio-Economic Challenges, 7(2), 78–93.…/2023/07/SEC_2_2023_7.pdf

13. Using Nepal to Understand the Nexus of Climate Change and Land Use- Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment, Vol. 424,725–748.doi: 10.13052/spee1048-5236.4247-…/view/23309/18497

14. Minimizing the Impacts of Climate Change,

15. Governance in Social transformations in Nepal,

16. All of Us are Busy, is this Business Healthy for the individual and society, in reference to social media,

17. The Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta and its Utilization in day-to-day life- regarding Chapter 18, Verse 66, सर्वधर्मान्परित्यज्यमामेकंशरणंव्रज।अहंत्वांसर्वपापेभ्योमोक्षयिष्यामिमाशुचः॥ “Abandon all varieties of religion and surrender unto Me alone. I shall abide by Day-to-day Life all sinful reactions. Do not fear

18. The Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta and its Usefulness in Current Context With reference to Chapter 2 Verse 47- कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्तेमाफलेषुकदाचन, “

19. Adapting the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta: Insights from Chapter 9, Verse 22, Chapter 9, Verse 22: अनन्याश्चिन्तयन्तोमांयेजनाःपर्युपासते।तेषांनित्याभियुक्तानांयोगक्षेमंवहाम्यहम्॥ “

20. The Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta and its Usefulness in Current Context With reference to Chapter 2, Verse 50- बुद्धियुक्तोजहातीहउभेसुकृतदुष्कृतेतस्माद्योगाययुज्यस्वयोगःकर्मसुकौशलम्॥

21. Relevance of Chapter 4, Verse 7 in the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta for the Modern Context, यदायदाहिधर्मस्यग्लानिर्भवतिभारत।अभ्युत्थानमधर्मस्यतदात्मानंसृजाम्यहम्॥

Link of rest opinion-

Delving into the intricate tapestry of human migration and immigration, my recent publications have traversed the past, present, and future directions of global journeys. Through works such as “The Past, Present, and Future Directions of Migration/Immigration” and “Theories and Practices of Global Journeys,” I have sought to explore the multifaceted experiences of immigrants within the world context. Additionally, “Transforming Futures: Navigating Society, Environment, and Governance” and “Live and Let Others Live” stand as seminal works in the realm of world philosophy, offering profound insights into the challenges and triumphs encountered along life’s journey.

“Live and Let Others Live” particularly delves into the vicissitudes of life’s journey, offering poignant narratives that illuminate the resilience and fortitude of the human spirit. Meanwhile, “The Nexus of Climate Change and Land Use” and “Women and Society” delve into core scientific inquiries, probing the intricate interplay between environmental dynamics and societal structures.

Complementing these scholarly endeavors are a series of opinion pieces on the Bhagavad Gita and Buddhism applications, providing nuanced perspectives on ancient wisdom and its relevance in contemporary contexts. These writings serve as a testament to my commitment to synthesizing diverse strands of thought and bridging the gap between tradition and modernity.

At the heart of my research and knowledge production lies a steadfast commitment to giving back to society. Drawing from the wealth of knowledge, experience, and insights garnered throughout my life’s journey, I am driven by a profound sense of humanitarianism. My aim is not only to illuminate the path toward resolving the myriad humanitarian and planetary crises facing our world but also to inspire and motivate individuals to actively engage in this collective endeavor.

Central to this vision is the extension of the ancient principle of “Bashudhaiva Kutumbakkam” – the belief that the world is one family. By fostering a culture of love, honor, and respect, grounded in a deep reverence for the essence of life itself, I endeavor to cultivate a more compassionate and inclusive global community. Through collaborative efforts and shared understanding, we can forge a brighter future for generations to come, where every individual is valued and empowered to contribute to the greater good.

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