No Boundaries

Fiction - Visionary
405 Pages
Reviewed on 08/03/2018
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Author Biography

The author PG Cartwright is YOU.
You author books - not to earn your livelihood, but to share with everyone - your vision of the “World with No Boundaries”.
You came of a lower middle class family. Your entire world comprised your parents and your siblings. Anyone in this small world was prepared to sacrifice his/her share for the benefit of other family members. The ethos that your parents taught you in this small world, you followed assiduously in the big world, searching for the truth; you found answers in the concept of Oneness, thanks to Swami Vivekananda.
A steel tube rolling specialist, you accepted the challenge of starting EDP in one organisation. You strived to develop computer-awareness in the society across industries. You migrated to a developed country and continued your endeavour by coupling your business vision with careful observation. You introduced architecture for integrating bank applications – perhaps with a mission of integrating the world later.
You’ve travelled around the world; listened to people, collaborated with them in projects.
Still you’ve never forgotten the pains you’ve been through because of traditional boundaries, rules and regulations. You envisage a world where citizen would know no country boundaries, no family boundaries.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

No Boundaries by P.G. Cartwright is not your everyday book, touching on many taboos and controversial topics that not many people would like to write about. P.G. Cartwright took the courage to write about Mass Disobedience of Immigration Visas that is believed to be perpetuated by Jie-won, a man who believes in the oneness of the world where there are no boundaries and people live where and how they wanted. The book is written in a very descriptive manner as the author tries to explain what is happening in Jie-won’s mind and the circumstances that led to him developing this idea about a society that lets people be.

How does a man live in a society where his every single move is predetermined by the people around him? It is not easy living with boundaries and borders that have been erected around people to make them behave in a way that is deemed “correct” and “right.” The author looks into the mind of Jie-won and his memoir, trying to describe what that man wanted the world to know. The author first gives the description of the circumstances of Jie-won’s life and then lets Jie-won tell his story of how he wished for a world where there were no boundaries for families, friends and countries, and where humans could just live together in peace.

A powerful narrative giving a powerful message, No Boundaries is a book that will have you thinking late into the night and asking yourself questions. The flow of the book is smooth and strong, which allows the reader to become invested in the story and enjoy it while digesting what is being offered to them. The language is simple, the flow is fast and the message behind describing the life and beliefs of a man who brought something different to the table is strong. This is definitely a book that a person should read at least once in their lifetime. Educational and interesting.

Parames Ghosh

Never you have read a book like ‘No Boundaries’ by P G Cartwright published by Horizon Publishing Group of Australia

In this book, the author is keen to share his vision of the coming decades and centuries, with fellow citizens of world. I believe, this will help them cope with the forthcoming changes in technology and medical sciences both physically and mentally.
I could be wrong, but it appears that we are going to abandon many traditional rules and regulations in coming decades; let us decipher now, whether it would be for better or for worse.
The book ‘No Boundaries’ takes you from the traditional society of marriages arranged by parents to the marriage-less society of twenty first century and beyond through the story of a computer programmer, Jie-won, who was born in a developing country, bewitched by boundaries. So he was out and out brainwashed by traditional rules and regulations when he started his journey of life. But he was helped by his brain and willpower. He could see through the games people play to exploit others in the pretext of following traditions. He moved from the developing world to the developed world and started the mantra –
“Let’s belong to our World and let World belong to us - to work for and to live in. Let boundaries disappear between countries and families.”
“And God said, Let there be Light: and there was Light” - especially after the start of the Internet, physical boundaries started becoming insignificant against the humanitarian urge across boundaries.
Please listen to Mrs. Margie Abbott, ‘Those children have never committed a crime….. In our desire to punish those who have done wrong, we have inadvertently punished those who have done nothing wrong.’
Say after Prof Carl Djerassi, “Sex will soon be just for fun not babies,...The vast majority of women who will choose IVF in the future will be fertile women who have frozen their eggs and delayed pregnancy,” He also claims it will end abortions, as no children will be unplanned or unwanted. The progress will assure men and women that parenthood can be delayed without repercussions; they may even have healthier children because their eggs and sperm would be younger.
People don’t need to undertake loveless, sexless marriages at all. In a marriage-less society, sex can be offered to friends, guests just like drinks, snacks and kisses, taking care of personal hygiene and medical complexities; no need for prostitutes. One doesn’t have to forsake one’s ness, even Oneness, to keep the traditional family happy. You don’t have to be imprisoned within family boundaries. You nurture what you can do best, create and contribute to the world; your time and money are the best resources you have; you don’t need to while it away, without the satisfaction of realising yourself and your neighbours.
The book ‘No Boundaries’, authored by P G Cartwright, has touched many controversial areas in the life of a world citizen. Here are some examples:
Though this book has been written long before Donald Trump has been elected as the President of USA, it has talked about building underground tunnels across the borders between Mexico and USA.
The vision in the fantasy novel ‘No Boundaries’ is just opposite to the philosophy behind Donald Trump’s executive order on Travel Ban; yet the book has never encouraged terrorist activities or the fundamentalist doctrine.
The chapters on ‘A Week across Relationship Boundaries’ and ‘A Year across Family Boundaries’ expose the apparent futility of the tradition of the marriage.
The chapter on ‘Across Boundaries with Hye-jin at the Helm’ promotes hacking to discourage exploitation of spouses and connect to the world using telepathic chips and IoT - Internet of Things.

Parames Ghosh

Never I have read a book like ‘No Boundaries’ by P G Cartwright published by Horizon Publishing Group of Australia.
This book is different from any other book It is neither a thesis, nor it is a novel, this is a book of no known genre. It doesn’t have a story that ends in marriage or death of the lead character. This book facilitates to remove boundaries, to end domestic violence. By removing the disparity between the married and the singles. It is a story of varieties of boundaries we encounter; A traditional journey of life leads to the vision of the future. Know no boundaries, In the World granted to us. Let us belong to our World, Let the World belong to us. Like the sky above and The air we breathe in, Let granted be the World For us to work for and to live in. Many anchors to our identity Let us have as individuals - Our family, our community, our religion, Our party, our country, Our World. How attached we feel to each anchor And how one anchor competes with another Determines whether we work together Or destroy and fight with each other. Amongst all our anchors Let Our World Dominate. Let every other anchor Help the World Citizens communicate. Let boundaries disappear Between countries and families Let us reach the heaven in our world, Know no boundaries.