Saturday, May 18, 2024
Book Reviews Psychology

Book Review: Control and Meaning: An Analysis of Everyday Behaviours

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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Control and Meaning: An Analysis of Everyday Behaviours by Rick Jensen is a beautiful collection of everyday philosophical stories that deal with a plethora of items from everyday behavior to being tattooed or not.

The author through his personal stories touches issues like white privilege, karma, Imagination and so many other everyday problems that people are thinking.

It is a truthful and honest deposition of the author’s ideas, and opinions on pressing matters like what makes people unique to not so severe like why people that drive yellow cars are evil.

If you want to learn more about the psyche of the author and how his mind is functioning then this book is for you.

To say the least Rick Jensen is a fascinating human being who chose a specific way of life that leads to a quality of life that he is satisfied with.

I do not agree with all the factors the author presents, but that’s the beauty of freedom of speech and idea exchange.

It is a lovely book, full of ideas and facts that will make you smile, think and reconsider some everyday actions you do every day.

I had fun reading this book, and I enjoyed.

Andreas Michaelides

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