It is human nature for people to search for answers to the things they don’t know. However, many questions can lead to frustrating results, therefore causing an individual, or even an entire society, to become reliant only on what they have already learned, whether it satisfies the question or not. The day we think we know everything is the day we stop learning. No, this is not some writing about undiscovered Babylonian texts, ancient Chinese secrets, hidden messages in artwork, or any other babble-on-ian works of fiction that never make a significant difference to the lives of anyone. This book, in large part, is about the dilemmas of the mind—what it is, how to fix it, where it came from, and more importantly, how to prevent it, and so much more. The human mind is everything. Through knowledge gained, the result will usher in a human experience never before realized in the world we live. Not just for future generations, but for today’s.
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Book Description PublishAmerica, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX160610120X
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