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The School of Life

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If you feel that this world seems too crazy to understand, too neurotic and contradictory as well, then this is the book you should be reading.

In the following pages, you’ll know the most important life lessons that nobody ever had the courage to share with you. Some, died without ever finding these answers, while others found the truth within them too unbearable to confront and much less speak about. And yet, how many lives were wasted for the lack of this information?

It is time to shift your fate and recreate your life by accepting the truth as it is, not as someone else would have told you or wants you to believe.

There is no cheap philosophy in this book but only direct and sharp words associated with facts, which you can see for yourself. It’s a manifesto to life, to awaken you and make you live better than the vast majority.

This information will definitely make you look, behave and be perceived as a smarter and wiser person.

The world urgently needs people that are awakened. Read this book and be one of them! And stop fearing fear or being afraid of anything, including of thinking like you should!

Learn more by reading The School of Life.

  1. The energies of life
  2. Thinking deeper than what is seen
  3. The meaning of hardworking
  4. Why you shouldn’t trust anyone
  5. Why people can’t change
  6. Why society rejects free individuals
  7. Optimism as a choice
  8. The importance of self-awareness

The energies of life

 With more power, comes more temptation. Besides, nobody really cares about responsibility, they just hope someone else does.

 There are good and bad energy everywhere. But I do have a pagan perspective of it. I believe that humans have the tendency for destruction and such energy must be balanced with the uplifting and cyclic forces of mother nature. I rather see more monkeys, wolves, wild cows, dogs and cats, than human beings behaving like competitive monkeys, predatory wolves, mad cows, or submissive dogs and cats. And I also prefer to see more trees and forests than useless people wasting their existence by deliberating living like vegetables.

 There's a very dark force hidden behind the power of supreme knowledge, but nobody tells you that, until it's too late, and you feel like you should be dumb just to feel "normal" again. [...]


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