Dead men may not tell tales however they can speak to us in ways we really want to hear. Men like Plato, Diogenes and Socrates from the west with revered men of the east, Sun Tzu and Lao Tzu. How profound that men so long ago and on opposite sides of the world would be speaking of identical values and behaviour. Astounding.
While we may not appreciate advice, we do seek quality guidance. Words that are still quoted two thousand years after the deaths of the men who uttered them must bear some attention. Paul Keating, 24th Prime Minister of Australia calls it ‘congealed wisdom’. Many books have hundreds of quotes and this can overwhelm the reader. Here you have one per week for a year with the bonus of stunning photos. Candy for the eyes and vitamins for the brain.
You can take this congealed wisdom with you and connect with it whenever you need. During a bad day or a rough meeting. The wisdom of the wise and revered men can assist you when you need it most.
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About the Author
Born in country Queensland, Australia. Discovered the Art of War in 1982 and read it countless times since. Used the information contained to recover from longterm illness and return to work. Married with a son.