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Book details
  • Genre:PHILOSOPHY
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:77
  • eBook ISBN:9781623092108

You May Quote Me

by Theo Obrastoff

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Overview
People place a great deal stock in what celebrities say or what authorities say on any topic. Socrates was just an every-day dude who began asking questions. Perhaps your neighbor has some interesting insights. This book is a compilation of short observations made by the author about the basic topics of philosophy: life, love, and spirituality.
Description
People place a great deal stock in what celebrities say or what authorities say on any topic. There are plenty of famous people carrying on and they have no authority what-so-ever. You never know. Socrates was just an every-day dude who began wandering about his town and asking questions. Perhaps your neighbor has some interesting insights. You may be living next-door to an Aristotle. Theo may be a Theophilos, Theologic, or just another opinion. This book is a compilation of short observations made by the author about the basic topics of philosophy: life, love, and spirituality.
About the author
Theo Obrastoff lives in Mill Creek, WA with his wife and children. He was a member of the clergy for over twenty years and is now entering the world of mental health counseling. He is a musician, theologian, thespian, and a friar. He recently began formation of a holy order for the Pacific Northwest that includes a cyber-Abbey. Theo has two previously published books, “The Father Loves the Son” and “Two Tales for the Telling.”
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