The Diary – A Diary of Thoughts
The Problem with Death – 5/24/2022
What are love, murder, happiness, sadness and passion? What do our emotions mean? Why do we behave the way we do?
Our Sense of Wellbeing is about what it is to be human. It is a new and unprecedented discovery and perspective of what our emotions are. Why do we get angry? Why are we depressed? What is the real meaning behind infidelity? What causes divorce?
The author takes us through a journey about our behavior unlike any other. He makes clear the questions: "Why do I feel the way I do, and why do I do what I do?"
His hypothesis is that human emotions and behaviors are simple — not complex.
Through a story-telling approach, he reasons and describes how this conclusion, founded on five decades of reflection in attempting to understand human emotions and behavior, became a sudden epiphany.
The author concedes that Our Sense of Wellbeing and the Principles of Continuity, Preservation and Replenishment will be met with much skepticism, at first. But, he is convinced that, within a short time and with basic consideration, his hypotheses will become so obvious, that the reader will no longer be able to see the world and human behavior any other way.
The author says, “Think.”
Of Agony And Peace With Divorce is a collection of poems of love, regret, and desires to create emotional worlds of undying nurture.
These poems were written to deal with and express the emotional feelings vacillating between elation and depression, memories of deep, dedicated companionship, love, anger, blame and fantasies of eternal emotional utopia.
They describe pain and suffering, reminiscence of good times, disappointment, laughter and pleasure.
The author reveals his anguish of divorce and discovers many of our delusions and unrealistic expectations of marital relationships. He shares his struggles, agonies and eventual peace with divorce, offering hope and solace to readers who are in the process or aftermath of their own marital dissolution.
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