The aim of this book is to help the reader improve his or her life in a natural and easy manner by following the simple yet powerful program of personal development drawn up for the benefit of his subjects by King Solomon of ancient Israel, the wisest person who ever lived.
All that is now known about the principles of personal development and success was already known and taught by Solomon almost three thousand years ago and recorded by him for posterity in the sacred collection of Proverbs that now form the focus of this workshop in wise living. The principles of wisdom do not change with time or vary with the culture of the reader. They are eternal.
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About the Author
I am a retired science teacher/writer, having worked in the UK and US, the author of a series of secondary science texts and a book on creative thinking and problem solving, "Take Charge of Tomorrow -- and Change It!" (Random House, 1997).
When researching my book on creativity I came in contact with the late Edward Matchett, a world authority on creativity and genius, who, as the result of a casual aside, got me started studying the famous "Song of Solomon", the "greatest puzzle in all literature". I was surprised to notice in the Song some of the principles I had been writing about. Further study revealed the "Song" to be meticulously structured exposition of the principles of creativity, even genius.
Unable to find a publisher for the material, I have self-published it as "King Solomon's Masterclass in Creativity", showing it to be the third part of a wisdom trilogy, along with Solomon's Proverbs and Ecclesiastes..
The e-book version is also available as "King Solomon's master class in creativity and genius". The same title is also available in paper back.
I have since researched the evolution/creation question, exposing the errors of both parties, and proposing a simple final solution in the book "EvoGenesis -- Easy answers to evolution", the micro-biological content of which has been approved by a top scientist at the HPA, Porton Down, UK. For more information, go to http://www.EvoGenesis.com or http://www.GapTheory.net