The book is a satire directed at human behaviour, particularly in regards to human priorities to choose between acts of humanitarianism and greed. The author notes that politics indeed is part and parcel of life but no where is it so vividly portrayed than in education and at the work place to satisfy human obsession with greed. Then he admitted, I cannot deny my role in that but that cannot justify it. Perhaps, there is somebody out there who can justify my role in human's obsession with greed and that person may provide an answer to the question that influenced the writing of this book. Finding somebody to answer that question below the author claims is the reason for writing the book. The question: How can we humans not see that it is fair to treat others the way we would like others to treat us? Indeed somebody has answered the question. Find out who that person is and her answer in the book. Dedication: This book is dedicated to my parents and my friends who are no longer with us to share my thoughts with me: My parents Mr. Yoon Choy Lian, the founder of Mandarin Court Restaurant in Ottawa Canada Mrs. Celia Kirlew, the wife of my friend Robert Kirlew Mr.
Monte Christie, professor of Management Algonquin College Mr. Zoran Solajic the husband of Maja tennis colleagues Mrs. Carolyn Dixon former employee, Algonquin College Mr. Michael Bencina, a tennis colleague Mr. Des. Perkins a tennis colleague Mrs. Sylvianne Morin Mr. Jeremy Symko a tennis colleague My Appreciation: I am indeed indebted to my friends Aldo Cimpello and Rachael Murphy who have taken the time to critique the manuscript on my request.