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    The God's Labyrinth of Good and Evil Encountering the Self

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    This book explores our sense of self and the source of the unhealthy behaviours and thinking patterns that cause us to make bad choices through the symbolic themes and characters of Genesis 1–3.The journey towards understanding ourselves is undertaken by a character called Eve, who enters a parallel universe between Genesis and the present day only to discover the dark side of human nature that ... Read more

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  • Summary Of Collective Illusions Conformity, Complicity, and the Science of Why We Make Bad Decisions by Todd Rose

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    About The Book"Collective Illusions" is a thought-provoking book that delves into the influence of social psychology and neuroscience on our thinking patterns. The author, Todd Rose, explores how many of our beliefs and decisions are shaped by false assumptions, leading to societal mistrust and individual unhappiness.What to Expect:- The book draws on cutting-edge research to reveal how conformity ... Read more

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  • The Lot Story; Why Good People Make Bad Choices

    Series series Why Good People Make Bad Choices
    Every day we are faced with multiple choices, some are trivial and some have long lasting consequences. We are all products of the choices we made and the influence of the choices made by people around us. Why Good People Make Bad Choices is a series of true life stories of good people with good intentions who took the wrong turns at the crossroads of life decisions. Understandably, it's hard to ... Read more


  • Why It's OK to Make Bad Choices

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    Series series Why It's OK
    If we are kind people, we care about others, including others who tend to hurt themselves. We all have friends or family members who have potential but squander or even ruin their lives from things like drug abuse, unwise spending decisions, or poor dietary habits.Concern for others often motivates us to endorse laws or private interventions meant to keep people from harming themselves even if ... Read more


  • The Lot Story

    Why Good People Make Bad Choices

    Contrary to widespread belief, Lot was, by all means, a successful businessman and good family man. He dutifully raised chaste daughters in a perverted culture, yet, his name brings no inspiring memories.How did such a good man end up so badly? This book closely examines the choices he made and how those choices marred him forever. Adeosun hopes his readers learn from Lot's mistakes. ... Read more


  • Why Good People Make Bad Choices

    How You Can Develop Peace of Mind Through Integrity

    Series series New Horizons in Therapy
    Suppose that four simple instinctual directives helped to bring about the survival of the human species. While good for survival purposes, those directives have also been at the heart of most human problems.Why Good People Make Bad Choices takes you on a journey of self-discovery by way of new insights about the human condition. The instinctual directives we follow are described as--the ego's ... Read more

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  • When Good Kids Make Bad Choices

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    There is perhaps no greater fear in a parent's heart than the thought that a much-loved and well-cared-for child will make bad choices or even become a prodigal.What are parents to do in such circumstances? Authors Jim Newheiser and Elyse Fitzpatrick speak from years of personal experience as both parents and biblical counselors about how hurting parents can deal with the emotional trauma of when ... Read more

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  • Audiobook

    Why We Make Things and Why It Matters

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    by Peter Korn ...
    Narrated by Traber Burns ...


    5 hours 37 min

    In this moving account, Peter Korn explores the nature andrewards of creative practice. We follow his search for meaning as anIvy-educated child of the middle class who finds employment as a novicecarpenter on Nantucket, transitions to self-employment as a designer and maker offine furniture, takes a turn at teaching and administration at Colorado’sAnderson Ranch Arts Center, and then founds a ... Read more


  • Errornomics

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    How did security staff at LA International Airport miss 75% of bomb-making materials that went through screening? Which way should you turn before joining a supermarket queue? Why should a woman hope it was a man who witnessed her bag being snatched? And what possessed Burt Reynolds to punch a guy with no legs?Human beings can be stubbornly irrational and wilfully blind ... but at least we're ... Read more


  • Why We Make Things and Why it Matters

    The Education of a Craftsman

    by Peter Korn ...
    Why do we make things? Why do we choose the emotionally and physically demanding work of bringing new objects into the world with creativity and skill? Why does it matter that we make things well? What is the nature of work? And what is the nature of a good life?Whether you're honing your craft or turning your hand to a new skill, discover the true value in what it means to be a craftsman in a ... Read more


  • The Science of Song

    How and Why We Make Music

    Illustrated by Carl Wiens ...
    The coolest facts about the music we make, listen to and love.This illustrated book explores how music and the ways we experience it has transformed over the years and the science behind all of it. It starts with the basics — how does sound work? and what, exactly, is music? — then follows the progression of music-recording technology, from the phonograph to streaming. It covers how everyday items ... Read more


  • Why We Make Things and Why It Matters

    The Education of a Craftsman

    by Peter Korn ...
    A furniture maker and author offers a mix of personal memoir and personal philosophy in a book perfect for craftspersons, artisans, and artists.Woodworking, handicrafts—the rewards of creative practice, bringing something new and meaningful into the world through one’s own vision, make us fully alive. Peter Korn explains his search for meaning as an Ivy League-educated child of the middle class ... Read more

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