The Traitors Might Steal My Money But They Can Never Steal My Soul

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About the author

Hari Prinjha


I passed B.A. Honours from Punjab University, India in 1967

 I Passed Modules from The Open University, Milton Keynes, U.K.

 Modules Passed

 Start Writing Fiction

 Creative Writing

 Advanced Creative Writing

 Arts Past and Present

 Reading and Studying English Literature

 Children's Literature

 Twentieth Century Literature

 I passed B.A. Honours English Literature from the Open University, Milton Keynes, U.K. in 2017.

 I have three published books; 'The dark side of the human mind,' is in two series; Series 1 deals with the British colonization of India and Series 2 deals with the Portuguese colonization of Goa.

My third book is about human psychology -'To betray is human, to forgive is divine.'

It shows how human minds tend to betray the very people who loved and trusted them and when the traitors realize the errors of their ways, they go back and ask for forgiveness. If the person who was betrayed sees that they show genuine and heartfelt remorse, might forgive them but only if he has divine and superhuman qualities. Ordinary human beings would be looking for the first available opportunity to kill the people who betrayed them.