In Australia’s answer to Tuesdays with Morrie, My Wednesdays combines stories of Saurabh’s twelve years spent with people who are dying, with teachings from some of the world’s great spiritual traditions, and lessons on how to live well, and indeed die well. It is an uplifting and unexpectedly humorous account of how spending one day a week recharging our mind and body, and doing things to help other people, deepens our own sense of gratitude for the precious gift that is a human life
Saurabh Mishra wears many identities: a serial entreprenuer who has started, successfully grown, and sold three business ventures and is actively involved with yet more global business and also social ventures. A volunteer who has for over a decade spent his Wednesdays giving company to people in palliative care as well as in long hours of silent meditation. An Indian classical vocalist, an engaging raconteur, a loving husband, caring father, son, brother and friend. And yet, underneath all that is a unifying whole, an individual with a keen awareness of himself as an infinitesimal expression of the divine, blissful cosmic consciousness.