Monday, November 02, 2009

Free Book :: The Sacredness of Questioning Everything

We each have areas that we "don't know" about and often perhaps, don't "want to know about." Such knowledge and insight is only the byproduct of a series of questions. Questions that cause us to think and re-think why we do what we do, how we do what we do, and so forth. It is so easy to follow the flow of the alternative, which is simply letting life happen to us, all the while, questioning nothing.

All of us, whether as a corporation, a business, a church, a family or simply our own individuals lives can benefit from beginning to throw some raw questions at who we are, what we do and why we do what we do...

David Dark, in his book "The Sacredness of Questioning Everything" begins to explore what it looks like to peel back the exterior layers and question what's beneath.

For a limited time you can download a Free Audiobook edition of this book

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read a concise, yet full book review by Joshua Neds-Fox here.

Table of Contents
1. Never What You Have In Mind--Questioning God
2. The Unbearable Lightness of Being Brainwashed--Questioning Religion
3. Everybody to the Limit--Questioning Our Offendedness
4. Spot the Pervert--Questioning our Passions
5. The Power of the Put-On--Questioning Media
6. The Word, The Line, The Way--Questioning Our Language
7. Survival of the Freshest--Questioning Interpretations
8. The Past Didn't Go Anywhere--Questioning History
9. We Do What We're Told--Questioning Governments
10. Sincerity As Far As The Eye Can See--Questioning the Future
End Note: That Means To Signal a World Without End

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