Press Release: Is There An Ultimate Purpose Of Life?

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Is There An Ultimate Purpose Of Life?

Houston, Texas, January 30, 2019 — What is the ultimate purpose of life? Is there one? Business and spiritual author Ravi Kathuria shares the ultimate purpose of life in his book, “Happy Soul. Hungry Mind.”

Throughout the ages, people have pondered, is there a purpose of life, is there a meaning to life. People have attributed different purposes to their life, typically closely related to their personal aspirations. On the Oprah Winfrey Show, many celebrities and spiritual leaders have disclosed various purposes of their lives.

Ravi points out, “All the purposes we hear people describe are the wants and desires of the mind. These purposes may be inspiring and noble, but they are not the ultimate purpose of life.”

In his book, Ravi writes, health, wealth, career, fame, artistic and scientific pursuits, family, love, faith, community and religious service, are honorable and necessary pursuits, but they are not the ultimate purpose of our life.

Ravi declares, “There is an ultimate purpose of life, and if we do not achieve it, we will miss out on the greatest opportunity that life presents us.”


Quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, WorldNews, NPR, featured on PBS Nightly Business Report, CBS Radio, and TEDx, Ravi Kathuria is a business and spiritual author. A business thought leader, he is the founder of the Houston Strategy Forum and Cohegic, a consulting and executive coaching firm.

While Ravi has been drawn to spirituality since he was young, he is now metamorphosing to make spirituality the main focus of his life. Ravi has applied his skills to solve the complexity and confusion of spirituality. Free from religious doctrines, his modern-day parable, “Happy Soul. Hungry Mind.” is a work of spiritual genius.

“Happy Soul. Hungry Mind.” is a parable on practical spirituality. It is the story of two colleagues who are facing serious challenges in life. Ironically, the story is based in Las Vegas, the bastion of consumerism and indulgence.

Published by SeemaCorp, “Hungry Mind. Happy Soul.” is available for purchase exclusively through the online retailer in Kindle and paperback editions.


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Bryant Price, CEO
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Ravi Kathuria, Author
“Happy Soul. Hungry Mind.”

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