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Book of Life

Book of Life

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Have you ever wondered if there was something missing in your life, like a question you wanted to ask, but no one had the answer, then you ve come to the right place.

The 250 topic book is written in a light, friendly tone, much like how a friend would talk to you while in a thoughtful mood. Orr offers no religious, moral, or political views. The purpose of the book is not to brainwash you to mindlessly agree with him, but to just share his experiences and opinions and let you decide if they are of any value. The book aims to open a dialogue with the reader, in a way that books of its kind has never done before.

At its core is the idea that in order to find our purpose in life, we have to shift our perspective to one that refuses to accept anything that traditional agents of socialization (school, church, government, peers, etc) try to feed us. In other words, we have to change the way we think in order to truly change who we are - for the better, of course

The author deconstructs hundreds of questions, down to their scientific, philosophical, and human essences in an effort to uncover the natural mind inborn to every human being; inborn, but often unrealised.

In this book you will find irony, hilarity, practical insight, conversation, personal stories, and a personal deconstruction of the human condition that chips away at all our actions, thoughts, beliefs and traditions, to uncover the natural mind: a mind free from conditioning and thus ready to explore life with compassion and joy.

The Book of Life is a book that will enthrall and mesmerize, while it masterfully teaches the eclectic and timeless truths hidden within its pages.
Have you ever wondered if there was something missing in your life, like a question you wanted to ask, but no one had the answer, then you ve come to the right place.

The 250 topic book is written in a light, friendly tone, much like how a friend would talk to you while in a thoughtful mood. Orr offers no religious, moral, or political views. The purpose of the book is not to brainwash you to mindlessly agree with him, but to just share his experiences and opinions and let you decide if they are of any value. The book aims to open a dialogue with the reader, in a way that books of its kind has never done before.

At its core is the idea that in order to find our purpose in life, we have to shift our perspective to one that refuses to accept anything that traditional agents of socialization (school, church, government, peers, etc) try to feed us. In other words, we have to change the way we think in order to truly change who we are - for the better, of course

The author deconstructs hundreds of questions, down to their scientific, philosophical, and human essences in an effort to uncover the natural mind inborn to every human being; inborn, but often unrealised.

In this book you will find irony, hilarity, practical insight, conversation, personal stories, and a personal deconstruction of the human condition that chips away at all our actions, thoughts, beliefs and traditions, to uncover the natural mind: a mind free from conditioning and thus ready to explore life with compassion and joy.

The Book of Life is a book that will enthrall and mesmerize, while it masterfully teaches the eclectic and timeless truths hidden within its pages.

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Published by: Book Of Life on May 03, 2011
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