Life: Its Problems and Some of Its Unanswerable Questions
Imagine your perfect life … a world filled with peace, harmony, everyone living out their own dreams. Life: IIts Problems and Some of its Unanswerable Questions written by Dr. Nicholas La Bianca is a refreshingly thought-provoking look at our nation and humanity from a bird’s-eye point of view without judgment or classification. La Bianca takes readers on a journey of self-reflection into what is important in life and what is not. Each chapter addresses different topics such as who we are, why we are here, our government, our educational system, religions of all denominations, and then, scoops it all up with possible solutions never wavering in his own belief that it is achievable for us to get along and accommodate, and embrace our differences. It lacks the fundamental step-by-steps that would need to be taken for the improvements in society that the author recommends but the facts are irrefutable and the intent in favor of a need for a better life is undeniable.IIAt first glance, it seems the title is negligent in its magnanimous effort to portray the book’s actual contents but in fact, Life – It’s Problems and Some of its Unanswerable Questions is precisely what the book is about, sincerely so. Life’s problems are accurately identified, discussed, laid out in an almost global-view. Then the author cleverly, yet with a quiet softness, invites the truth giving hope a clean perspective into the reader’s own insight as to what the problems really are and what we, both individually and as a people, can do to potentially fix them. At times, it presents itself sugar-coated and a bit unrealistic in today’s economy, but this narrative allows essential contemplation and evaluation of change in the hearts and minds of us all. Pictures included in every chapter are apropos to the subject matter but the graphics are low quality making it difficult to truly utilize the information. This book is endearing and leaves the reader feeling inspired.
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|Author||Dr. Nicholas La Bianca|
|Page Count||105 pages|
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