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Relationships Matter:Dr Pratik Mungekar

Dear friends,

As we move into 2023, it's important to acknowledge the value and importance of relationships in our lives. In a world where we are increasingly connected through technology, it's easy to forget the value of genuine, authentic connections with other human beings. But as we continue to navigate the challenges of a rapidly changing world, it's clear that relationships matter now more than ever.

In a society where we are constantly bombarded by information and demands on our time, it's all too easy to become disconnected from the people around us. We may feel that we don't have time for deep, meaningful connections with others, or we may struggle to find common ground with those who are different from us.

But the truth is that relationships are at the heart of our human experience. We are social creatures, wired to seek out connection and belonging with others. When we invest in our relationships and nurture them with care and attention, we reap the rewards of a life that is rich and fulfilling.

So what does it mean to prioritize relationships in 2023? It means making a conscious effort to connect with others in meaningful ways, whether that's through spending time together, engaging in deep conversations, or simply offering a kind word or gesture. It means being present for the people in our lives, even when it's difficult or inconvenient.

It also means being willing to embrace diversity and difference, recognizing that our differences can be a source of strength and growth rather than a cause for division. In a world where we are increasingly polarized and divided, it's more important than ever to seek out common ground with those who may hold different beliefs or perspectives.

Ultimately, prioritizing relationships means recognizing that we are all interconnected, and that the quality of our relationships has a profound impact on our health, happiness, and well-being. So let us commit to nurturing our connections with others in 2023 and beyond, and let us work to build a world that is rooted in love, empathy, and compassion.

Thank you.

About Dr Pratik Mungekar :The First Youngest Indian to Hold Multiple Prestigious Titles and Appointments

Prof. Dr Pratik Rajan Mungekar has achieved remarkable milestones in his academic and professional journey. He is the first Indian to be appointed as the planetary Minister of Sustainable Development of Newly emerging The Kingdom of Atlantis, a decentralized sovereign kingdom. Dr. Mungekar's book "Introduction to Sustainable Development Goals" (Non-Academic) has been included in the Atlantean education program, making him the first youngest Indian to achieve this distinction. He holds over 300 honorary doctorates from all over the world, has taught and career-guided over 12,000 students, and received over 850 international, national, and state awards, 6 national patents, and 15 world records for his outstanding contributions in the field of teaching and research. Dr. Mungekar is the first Indian to be appointed by 45+ international organizations on various high positions at the same time and the first youngest Indian to be appointed as an ambassador by 46 organizations in almost all disciplines. He has received several prestigious titles, including "Lecturus Magnificus (L.M.)" and "H.R.H. 5* Duke," and was the first youngest Indian to receive Mendeleev's Fellowship, the highest academic honour in the UK. Dr Mungekar is a visiting faculty member in many national and foreign universities and is the Director of Research & Innovation at OXFAA University and Lighthouse Leadership University. He is also the Vice Chancellor of Unified Theological Seminary USA and the University of the Kingdom of Atlantis. Dr Mungekar is a distinguished scientist, professor, world educationist, published writer, counsellor, social worker, and international speaker. Follow him on Instagram at and on Facebook at to learn more about his remarkable journey.


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