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Humility of the Brain

Humility of the Brain

by Prince Ezem Ihenacho


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The story of our world illustrated when different parts of the human body (representing diversity in our world) went into war fighting for supremacy, everlasting life and honour.
A war instigated by a fictitious little bird which was destined to live forever but had a nightmare that, the only person living within its vicinity was going to kill and eat it. A little bird that only knew immortality suddenly hit with a sense of mortal- ity. The idea to instigate war between the various parts of the person's body, was suggested by a tortoise that lived about five thousand miles away from the little bird, upon whom the secret of the little bird's everlasting life rested as revealed in the bird's dream. The little bird could not locate the tortoise at Tfirst, on its own, but was guided by a guardian angel.
person's body that ought to work in partnership, bringing their peculiar differences and resources together, in one accord for the health and good of the body to wage war on one anoth- er instead, by stating 'The body is facing an imminent death but only one part will survive, live forever and be crowned the queen or king of the body. In order to be that part that would live forever and be crowned, you must prove to the rest of the body that, you are the most important part and without you, the body cannot survive.' The mouth began the war, with the brain waiting for all of them to take their turn before it came in with a bang. However, before the brain could have a go, the anus decided to hold the entire body system at ransom and, thereby forcing the brain to come in with humility instead of 'a bang.' The book summarises that 'Men are the problem and women are the solution.' Follow the logic and find out why. 'Humility of the brain', in defence of humanity.

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ISBN-13: 9781909477537
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
Publication date: 01/26/2015
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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