Human life is very precious and is meant for achieving true happincess. Every life is a mix of good and bad experiences. Perhaps both have to coexist. At times, the course of life turns so drastically that we are wonderstruck. This too happens both for good as well as bad. Someonce has rightly said that half of 'life' is 'if' (note the two middle letters.) But to see life partially is not fair, it has to be seen in totality. From that point of view all experieces of life can be made enriching. How can one do so? In this book the author has tried to show the path by his real-life experiences. According to him the human mind has a tremendous capacity for acceptance as well as repulsion. When we accept a situation with a positive frame of mind, answers come in the natural course, while the situation gets worsened when we approach it with a negative frame. Thus a positive mind has immense power and this fact is amply reflected in his experiences. Mr. Mittal, a senior Indian Administrative Service officer, is the Founder and Chief Coordinator of the 'Kabir Peace Mission' which seeks to create a happier society to live in. According to him, to be happy is to be in tune with nature and this is what 'Positive Thinking' is. The more we are able to tune with nature, the more positive we become. The case is revrse when we distance ourselves from it, In short, being Positive means being a part of nature whicle being negative means being apart from it. Mr. Mittal is a widely read and travelled person and has been in close association with many enlightened souls engaged in the propagation of spiritual wisdom. He was a member of the Indian delegation to "The Millennium World Peace Summit" held at UN headquarters, New York, in August 2000.