by Daniel Jones, Daniel Ionson (Goodreads Author)
by Kat Lahr (Goodreads Author)
This issue of Thought Noteboo…more
This issue of Thought Notebook Journal studies instances of cycles carried out in the space and time continuum that we live in. From photography to painting to mixed media and the written word, this issue puts on display how cycles apply to our lives relative to one’s existence. Literary and visual artists from around the world record into the notebook real stories of life and the thoughts we generate about them, providing a glimpse into understanding ourselves and society, where our conscious has been, and the direction its going.
Literary and visual artists from around the world, depict what cycles mean to them; from adventures to philosophical thoughts and everything in-between!
Thought Notebook Journal has won multiple awards for Indie Publishing, including the eLit Book Awards and the Next Generation Indie Book Awards in Anthology, Science, Ebook Nonfiction & New Age categories. [close]
by Christopher Land (Goodreads Author)
Whether it's the corporate boardroom or the preschool playground, today's world has become a competitive, cutthroat place. Help g…more
Whether it's the corporate boardroom or the preschool playground, today's world has become a competitive, cutthroat place. Help give your little one the philosophical leg up with Machiavelli for Babies. Teach them how to acquire and wield great power, and ruthlessly bring destruction upon their rivals. The book features time-tested classic advice from history's most clever and scheming political advisor Niccolò Machiavelli, author of The Prince, accompanied by hilarious photos of babies accomplishing insane feats of inspiration and wonder. Prepare your little prince or princess to claim and defend the power that is rightfully theirs, with wisdom such as... "He who wishes to be obeyed must know how to command." "It is double pleasure to deceive the deceiver." "Politics have no relation to morals." "It is better to be feared than loved, if you cannot be both." [close]
― Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching
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