The Depth of Vision

Screw up Poverty with this Vision

Non-Fiction - General
64 Pages
Reviewed on 03/16/2022
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Author Biography

Mohsen Estesnaei is the chief executive officer of the Ferdows-Nab Company in the South Khorasan Province in Iran. The company was delivered to him by the Board of Directors under the circumstances that it had lost 300% of its capital which meant the company had accumulated deficit three times its assets. He drove the company out of crisis during three years and made it profitable. He has great interest in the books of mysticism, success and motivational books. The book "The depth of vision" is the second book written by him. However, he's not very satisfied with his previous book "Why don't you target the Achilles' heel of Amazon?".

According to him, as "The depth of vision" is a combination of mysticism and success, it can be ranked alongside the book "12 pillars" by Jim Rohn.

In his view, since Napoleon Hill, masters of success have reached to the conclusion that the formula of success needs the burning love. But, the mystics have known for centuries that the formula of success is just summarized in the burning love. These days he's busy writing a new book which compares the burning love introduced by the masters of success in the last years with the burning love the mystics have been talking about for centuries.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite

Mohsen Estesnaei shares his mystical understanding of overcoming poverty. His book—The Depth of Vision: Screw Up Poverty with This Vision—presents the advice of several mystics, especially Rumi, the famous 13th-century Persian poet, and mystic, for those who do not know. Mohsen records a group of conversations between himself and a teenage boy named Amir. While working on his thesis, Mohsen circulated a photograph of a young boy living in poverty. Amir said he saw wealth in the photo. This intrigued Mohsen, so he set up a meeting with Amir to discuss his odd answer. From their series of conversations, Mohsen’s idea of poverty changed, and he wrote this book to share his alternative way of looking at life.

What do you see when you view a picture of children living in poverty? If you are like most people, you see despair and hopelessness. You see the negative underbelly of life. However, in The Depth of Vision: Screw Up Poverty with This Vision, Mohsen Estesnaei shares a different view of poverty. Eastern mysticism is explained in this book. There are quotations from several mystics who tend to look at life from a fresh and different angle. Mohsen had been very concerned about those living in poverty. While this book might not lead to poverty’s demise, it gives a new way of looking at it that makes it more tolerable. The difficulty of life is often the result of how we think about life. Mohsen offers us a way to become one with nature.