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Thriving in difficult times: Twelve lessons from Ancient Greece to improve your life today Kindle Edition
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JOHN VESPASIAN is the author of eight books about rational living, including “When Everything Fails, Try This” (2009), “Rationality is the Way to Happiness” (2009), “The Philosophy of Builders” (2010), “The 10 Principles of Rational Living” (2012), “Rational Living, Rational Working” (2013), “Consistency: The Key to Permanent Stress Relief” (2014), “On Becoming Unbreakable” (2015), and “Thriving in Difficult Times” (2016).
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Sheryl Glick, RMT, host of Healing from Within
Rational Living for Enduring Change
9 March 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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John Vespasian has given us a template for living rationally and surviving changes in modern times. By exploring the philosophies, ethics and practices of ancient Greece, we can learn to use logic and consistency in overcoming major obstacles which leads to effective ways to get things done while developing determination. READ THIS BOOK to know the great wisdom of the ancient greats such as Plato, Aristotle and Hippocrates, whose philosophies are applicable for success and health in today's chaotic world environment. Discover how many past beliefs may not be as valuable as principles that stay the course. What rendered the Ancient Greeks practically unsinkable was their acceptance of non-linearity in human affairs and really knowing that change is a constant. Employing creativity, determination and persistence, will prepare us for living successfully with health, happiness and prosperity. Such a delight to find the wisdom of the past, still so valuable for achieving resilience no matter what life challenges we face. WELL DONE!