The search for happiness seems endless. Every phase or moment of happiness seems to fade rather quickly. Is success a magic potion which can ensure that the state of happiness is prolonged indefinitely? Does wealth, power and fame alone symbolise success? Can anyone be successful without the glamour of fame and glitter of riches? Can a person be considered successful even without winning something appreciated in the external world? Can a person be considered successful if they work selflessly for no personal gain but only for the cause of humanity? Can the passing fragrance of success distort reality to an extent that an illusion becomes a reality? Why is the visible effect of packaging with regard to people so overpowering so as to camouflage the inherent value of the substance or contents? A thought-provoking book which attempts to encourage people to explore their inner world, become aware of their limitless potential, their ability to use their consciousness not only for their well-being but also for others and make a difference to the world.