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Meher Dadabhoy Amalsad was born in Karachi, Pakistan in 1958. His initial schooling was at the BVS Parsi High School and Nadirshaw Eduljee Dinshaw Engineering University in Karachi before moving to the United States for a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering. For the past 20-years, Meher has been very actively involved with the North American and Global Zoroastrian community - especially the youth related activities. He served as the Chair of the First North American Zoroastrian Youth Congress in 1987 as well as the First World Zoroastrian Youth Congress in 1993 - both events being his brainchildren were hosted in Westminster, California, USA. He also served as the Chair and Founder of the Helping Hands Zoroastrian Youth Communication Network Committee of FEZANA (1988-1994).

He has many publications to his credit. His work has been endorsed by world psychological masters like Dr. Denis Waitley, Brian Tracy, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, John Bradshaw, Jim Cathcart, Dr. Gerald Jampolsky, John Randolph Price, Arun Gandhi (the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi) and blessed by the office of Mother Teresa.

He is the author of Bread For The Head™ .

Millions on numerous radio, cable, satellite and TV talk shows nationwide have enjoyed his message of  CREATING UNITY WITHIN DIVERSITY IN HUMANITY.

He is listed in Who’s Who In the World 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004.

He lives in Westminster, California, USA; with his wife Katayoon and daughter Anâhitâ.

For more information about his inspirational work visit: www.bread4thehead.com

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  2. JRD: On the Islands of Tata, In the Ocean of India

  3. Hamazor to Mobed Zarrir Bhandara