The Unvalued but Most Valuable: " Rubbish-free Brain's Memory & Hatred-free Society"
A Chapter in the book with this prologue:
Providence had been abandoned, but never felt lonely, not because of adoption or loved by others, but simply because of the whole world most of us are unintentionally unable to see. He was hated and rejected by relatives, but kept his eyes blind on their evil deeds and his ears deaf to their insults in fear of losing a portion of his brain’s memory for such rubbishes. Hated but gave no room to hatred. Humiliated but never felt despised, since he knew that wanting to be dignified could make him lose the target. Deeds did their deeds and eventually the hated came to be loved and finally the unvalued got the value they deserved and deserve.