The Last Smile: A Father's Love Story

The Last Smile: A Father's Love Story

by Jeevan Zutshi

Paperback(Revised ed.)

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Overview

This book tells the story of a father's journey from growing up in conflict-torn Kashmir, India, to building a prosperous life in America. He tells the poignant story of losing his son, Amit, who was in the beginning of a promising career, excited about the political future of this country, and who took a great interest in living a health conscious lifestyle before he died suddenly at age 30. In his pursuit of optimal health, he took over-the-counter herbal supplements, which in the end compromised his heart. This book provides a backdrop to a healthcare system badly in need of reform and the growing alternative health movement, which many like Amit are turning to as a preventative approach. Jeevan Zutshi is also desperately seeking Parents Rights, which are non-existent at present. By sharing their experiences Zutshi's hope to make their son's loss as having been not in vain.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781439250563
Publisher: CreateSpace
Publication date: 11/13/2009
Edition description: Revised ed.
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Jeevan Zutshi grew up in Kashmir, India, and migrated to the US in his early 20s.
He earned his graduate degree in civil engineering from California State University, where he was also on the faculty for a short time. He has been practicing real estate development and brokerage during the past decade. He is actively involved in his local community work and has been instrumental in bringing his immigrant community into the mainstream American fabric. To promote diversity, in 1993, he founded the non-profit organization, Indo-American Community Federation, that holds its signature event 'the Unity Dinner' every year in March. Furthermore, he has been actively involved in promoting Indo-U.S. relations and peace in his strife torn birthplace, Kashmir, through involvement in a myriad organizations and educating the Capitol Hill during the past two decades. He lives with his wife, Usha, his son, Rahul, and his parents in Fremont, California. His extended family also lives in the U.S.

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