A good formula for pursuing happiness
A proven way to come up with solutions
A way to be spiritual without joining a religion
A way to find satisfying work
The reason why games are so important
Questions to ask when making major decisions
Reasons for learning learn how to meditate
An understanding of rejection
How to deal with failure
Ways to get good at something
Ways to help you to stop getting in your own way
"Discovering the Obvious" is not for the satisfied; it's for the hungry. It has short stories that carry insights and lessons and essays that verge on being sermons and questions that can prompt new pathways for thought.
Marvin L Morrison is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, Texas. After leaving the ministry in 1970, he began a search for more meaning in his life and he found it by learning how to meditate.
Over the years he studied personal fulfillment and self improvement and made it a hobby of jotting down questions that came up and creating summaries of what he thought was useful information.
Morrison is not enlightened and knows it but is enjoying the adventure. In Discovering the Obvious he shares much of what he has gleaned over the years and his vision of what is possible for our planet.
Other books by Morrison:
Word Finder: The Phonic Key to the Dictionary
Morrison's Sound-It-Out Speller.