The chapters of the book are:
“I read ‘ISU MARI-TAMARI NAJARE’ (Jesus as Seen by You & Me) in one night. I liked it so much that I wanted to telephone you at about 12.30 in the night. But somehow I stopped dialing halfway, with the thought that I shouldn’t disturb you at this hour. I found it extremely well-written, so lucid in style, so nice in diction, and very enriched with fresh content. I am an atheist, I like Christ and Buddha for their humane qualities – namely love, compassion, forgiveness, nonviolence and tolerance. I am happy that the little book has example of many writers and leaders. You have done a wonderful job, Father. For you have made Christ – the greatest humanitarian – most loveable. I wonder how a Keralite priest whose mother tongue Malayalam has little to do with Gujarati can write in such flawless chaste Gujarati!
“I woke up this morning with a strong desire to read the Bible. Then, I saw your booklet (What Does Jesus Mean to You & Me?) on my nightstand and felt like going back to the last pages. I just want to thank you once again for this gift… Today I have been blessed with your words that refresh my faith with the meaning of Jesus’ Resurrection. The first three paragraphs on page 37 are speaking to me. I thank God for His loving presence.”