Origin of Misery: Giving up

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. The author's expereince in discovering that he was suddenly living in the middle of a multiple murder puzzle from 1843;

. A detailed analysis of the Parke-Castner, Changewater murders with a theory;

. Parallels drawn from 1843 with today in societal malaise and

a thesis for cure; ties to war, chronic poverty, human turmoil5

. Exposure of violence, by people and by the State, for what it represents and really is;

. Extensive illustration of principles and a description of that ...

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Overview

. The author's expereince in discovering that he was suddenly living in the middle of a multiple murder puzzle from 1843;

. A detailed analysis of the Parke-Castner, Changewater murders with a theory;

. Parallels drawn from 1843 with today in societal malaise and

a thesis for cure; ties to war, chronic poverty, human turmoil5

. Exposure of violence, by people and by the State, for what it represents and really is;

. Extensive illustration of principles and a description of that cure by vivid revelations of the author's past;

The control of children by fear and pain and shaming is both widespread and generally accepted. It forms them into new copies of the abusing/neglectful parents. Blindness, self-dealing and ego rule the day. Neuroses abound. Addictions abound. False roles are carried along everywhere. Rage is on all faces of the afflicted, overtly or simmering.

All affected persons secretly wait to be forced back into their vulnerabilities emotions-wise and their feelings. The waiting is usually endless in lifes spent outside of feelings.

This terrible state of affairs is the last, great social frontier and it begs for the mounted hero of sane humanity.

Heroism is the sacrifice of one's self or one's safety to save another or for some ideal or idea. Sacrifice of privacy of a deeply personal past by this author for the public good elevates this book towards that.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420879759
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 10/28/2005
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.85 (d)

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