Healing Views

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Much of human suffering is the product of bad decision-making and lack of self-honesty. Surprisingly, most people with problems cannot admit that they actually do have a problem. As long as we are dishonest with ourselves and remain closed to changing our ways, we will continue to suffer.

This book is an excellent guide in helping us look beneath the surface to try to resolve our issues. The solution is always in the root of the problem.

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About the author

EHAB FATTAL, MA, was born in Accra, Ghana, in 1968. He was educated in West Africa, the Middle East, and the United States. Mr. Fattal’s extensive international background and interaction with various cultures worldwide has provided him with special insight into the human condition. In 2005, Mr. Fattal completed his MA in International Relations at Seton Hall University in New Jersey, where he specialized in cross-cultural negotiations. In 2007, Mr. Fattal had an awakening, which led him to share his newfound spirituality through his first book, The Big Picture Paradigm.

In Healing Views, Mr. Fattal shares much of his acquired wisdom in the matters of life from going through the same suffering that we all undergo. It is his personal conclusion that much of this suffering is self-inflicted and can be healed. The key to this healing lies in changing one’s perspective from one that relies heavily on emotion or reason to one that is well-balanced between both.

He can be contacted at info@bigpictureparadigm.com


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Feb 24, 2012
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