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Volume 07

200 pages

USD 100

Looking Back

That we can now understand the things that we didn’t when we were young is one of the gifts of time. With age, we accumulate experiences that shape our understanding of life and its events. We become the protagonists in the book of our own stories, and we find that as unique as the sequence and combination of our own life events are, there are common questions that we encounter as human beings, questions that man has faced since time immemorial. It is this shared fate that we recognize in the dramatic plots of a story well-told – the comedy and the tragedy of human condition. We recognize that it is at once our story, as well as the story of all those who have come before us.

  • An Older Brain May Be a Wiser Brain 

  • The Last Moments of Life

  • The Temples of Wisdom


  • Without Regrets 

  • The Road to Happiness

  • Advice on Love, Relationships, and Marriage 

  • Unity of the Passion and the Person 

  • Understanding True Happiness

  • Autumn Sky 



  • Man's Search for Meaning

  • The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Tolstoy

  • The Deeper Purpose of Life

  • The Book of Job: In the Absence of Answers

  • Seeing Through Life


  • This Too Shall Pass

  • Louise Bourgeois: Healing Past Wounds

  • A Study of the Human Species

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