The Vain Garden
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When the once thriving economy of any entity - be it an individual, a corporate body or a sovereign state - begins to decline; when its human or natural endowments turn sour; then some things have gone wrong which could be due to either internal or external influence.
The Vain Garden is a book of fiction which tries to depict the effect of negativism on virtually every aspect of life. As a common saying holds true, it is indeed easier to destroy than build and this book lays it bare.
While true nationalists strive to build a stronger state through selfless service, there are those whose interests lie only in what they can grab from it not considering the ills their actions and inactions may bring upon the people. Such careless and unproductive leadership leaves the state in chaos and years of arduous efforts, sleepless nights and invested resources fizzle out in moments.
The book tells the public that inasmuch as no living being has so far been proven to have attained perfection, it behoves on each of us to boycott attitudes and lifestyles that are inimical to progress and capable of severing or thwarting achievements at all levels.
In a nutshell, this book totally condemns any behaviour that is opposed to proper moral conduct. The feeling of heartbreak and pains that we get when things don't produce the expected results after so much invested resources are what this book, The Vain Garden tries to elucidate.