Ya Think So!

Ya Think So!

by Charles Smith
     
 
Under Chinese astrology, Australian born Charles is considered to be a philosopher extraordinaire, a fact he realized to be an aspect about himself which has always manifest as part of his expressive activities, be it writing, art, music, working with people to better their lives, or whatever,

As a child, Charles, who is very much an individualist, always seemed to

Overview

Under Chinese astrology, Australian born Charles is considered to be a philosopher extraordinaire, a fact he realized to be an aspect about himself which has always manifest as part of his expressive activities, be it writing, art, music, working with people to better their lives, or whatever,

As a child, Charles, who is very much an individualist, always seemed to have many imaginary people to talk to, as well as associate with, like they were his invisible guardians. Although he wasn't always aware of why? He simply knew things, what was coming up, as well as having deep insights into people as he met them for the first time.

Charles always questioned life, because part of him realized that what most people repeated as their beliefs, were mostly based on very misleading hearsay. He considered much of what was espoused by them as being God given truths, were in reality a myth perpetuated by those dictatorial types who sought to exercise power of control over others.

It has been said that his education and life experiences read like a who's who of life. His close associates view his life experiences as being akin to have lived several life experiences all wrapped into one.

He often refers to himself as the perpetual student, because he has always searched for the truth in respect to the true nature of life.

This continued right through the greater part of his life until he made his final college attendance, when in the late nineties, he took to learning the advanced intricacies of computer use for graphics and animation.

During his childhood years he began to question how things worked. This resulted in a lot of trouble for him because he always pulled any new toys apart to see what made them tick, and often had spare parts when he reassembled those parts. The seemingly eternal cry around the house from his Father was "That boy always breaks everything he touches."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781432763800
Publisher:
Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date:
03/22/2011
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
0.96(w) x 5.50(h) x 8.50(d)

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