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Book Title: The Moral Dilemma of Societal Values|
The author of the book: James Dubreze
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 398 KB
Edition: James Dubreze
Date of issue: May 29th 2013
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Read full description of the books The Moral Dilemma of Societal Values:Our minds are the tunnel that leads our eyes to clarity. We do not see with our eyes but with our minds. Like the Iceberg where 90% is hidden beneath the ocean and 10% is left to be seen, therefore it is with our minds that we interpret the truth.
Throughout the entire chapters of this book, I present a reasonable account in my explanation for every paragraph written. The way in which I've expressed my understanding of the stories that are conveyed in this book will seem to you more like naked thoughts taking a bath in a pool of metaphors.
Like they say, "there's light at the end of the tunnel." What I intend to deliver throughout every page of this book is that light, a thoughtful interpretation of the moral dilemma of societal values. I believe that thinking is the quest to know what's here about; it is our own assessment our own interpretation of life. Although our thoughts may be limited by true knowledge, through thinking it's possible that we can explore new dimensions, and thereby surpasses these limitations.
With that said, I welcome your support and I send you musical greetings from the inner space of my mind to your melodically tranquil inner space, and may our inner space duet blend beautifully with the symphony of the universal orchestration.
Read information about the author*James Dubreze Autobiography:*
What has encouraged me to learn is knowing that I know enough to know that I don't know. I do have a college education but that education is not what I'm mostly proud of.
My name is James Dubreze, and I'm from Brooklyn, New York. I was born in the Island of Haiti, Port-Au-Prince. My Sir. Name is Dubreze; it derives from my Grandfathers last name Emanus Dubreuze.
I am an easy-going sort of person. I'm quiet, and friendly with those I get alone with. I make friends easily with people who are holding on to a set of belief system that I can affiliate myself with.
I like going out occasionally to selective places all over the globe. I like dining, but I don't eat out. I much prefer to cook my own meal for the mere fact that I know what's in it. I like to cook for people I care about. I am very picky about nutritional values of the food I choose to eat. After all, we are what we can absorb from what we eat.
I like picnicking in beautiful parks near the lakes or close to the ocean. I like my closest of friends to be elegant and polite as a character trait. I love music of all sorts. I enjoy listening to beautiful voices, and I enjoy writing lyrics to beautiful melodies that influences me to write.
I write because it's my hobby, It is something I do when my time is not occupied. Since I like politics, I write about the issues that interest me in politic. I'm a compromiser, so if you like any of my articles we can talk about change so long that the meaning of the message doesn't change direction.
I have confidence in the messages that I have conveyed to my audience. The messages are my voice, my struggle, my experiences, my life. They are part of my accumulated thoughts gathered from past experiences. Therefore, if you change the message you've killed the messenger.
I also believe that we are truly one chain of individual thoughts that comprise many ideas that we've accepted in our minds through the years; so, in that sense to say that all my thoughts are totally independent from other thoughts would make me a fool or a liar.
I've arrived in the United States in June, 1988 as a teen. I arrived with my middle brother on that same year. We stayed with our mother for a period of 12 years before getting our own place. We've lived in Brooklyn, New York from the time we've arrived in the United States in 1988 right up to present time.
As a teen, I attended Washington Irving high school in New York, New York. There I received a high school diploma with a focused in biology & science.
It appears that my destiny is far different from anyone I know or anyone I've studied. In that respect; it is very difficult to compare my life with anyone else.
I was supposed to have followed my best friend, and join the US military. I attended the preliminary training for boot camp, and drop out the last minute as if some invisible hand just rewrote a different path for me. Now, come to think of it; I understand why. I'm not too good at taking orders, and I question too much. Thus, the military would not have been the right path for me.
I later joined the NYC Fire department as a cadet. I completed the entire course of a first responder at John Jay College; which lasted close to a year. I graduated and became an ( EMT) Emergency Medical Technician. But lucky for me again what had appeared as a hurdle in my path was really another rerouting experience of my destiny.
I am fortunate to say had they been no hurdle in path at that specific time; I would have been amongst the victims of 9/11. That day the Fire Department was conducting a test prep for first responders, and members of the medics from the Fire Department had been scheduled to be there. The possibility exist, that I could have been amongst those who entered that building.
The family root that is derived from my Grandmother side is of Haitian descendants. Her
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