Four Views of I delves into the individual, using words that start with the letter I.
Stephen Rousseau pays particular attention to instinct, intellect, intutiion and intention, urging readers to move past the trilogy of body, mind, and soul to consider another dimension—time.
His lively collection of thoughts and ideas concerning various aspects of the nature of reality, being human, and spirituality, will appeal to anyone with a philisophical or spiritual bent.
He shares that the more he learns, the more he realizes he doesn't know—and he reveals lessons from his life’s greatest teachers, including movies, books, lectures, concerts, and more.
The author also examines topics such as nutrition, immigration, the brain, soul and spirit, truth and facts, and more.The narrative is comprised of short sections grouped by topic, and the blend of serious philosophy and lighthearted writing is entertaining and thought-provoking.
Inspect the whole you, rotate the view, and look at every angle with the insights in this book.