We live in our own 'glasshouses' and are preoccupied with fighting the others not to throw stones. If time allows, we look also closer to what our 'glasshouses' are hiding. Surprises are always guaranteed as we have difficulties to learn and act accordingly from the past. The Third Face of this book highlights on the good as well on the less good 'Faces' of life.
How many faces do coins have? If you answered two, then this book is for you. In it the author explores the “third face” of coins—that extra aspect that often goes unnoticed. Here are twelve topics social, political, and philosophical—that have that third side to them.
Join the author as he explores a colorful diversity of facts interspersed with his personal philosophies. Everything from the society of ants (just how much do we have in common with these creatures?) to the study of terrorism as a “disease” (how sick are we?) is covered.
This is philosophy for every man. No university degree is needed to follow the path laid out through these issues. Read with an open mind, and you will want to join the dialogue of tolerance encouraged by the author.
About the Author
Martin Kari is obviously a deep thinker and an observer who has developed some deep philosophies on life, death and the hereafter. He encourages us all to open our minds and thoughts, not just isolate them to any chosen pattern. If you, like me, are fed up with hearing the experts bully and chivvy us all into coming around to their beliefs. Martin’s book might be just the one that can help you unlock your innermost thoughts. - John Morrow’s ‘Pick of the Week