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So Why Did Love Win? Paperback – September 25, 2015
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Captain Avner Even-Zohar (also known as Captain Happiness) is an officer (HELLO- he is a captain!), professor, philosopher, public speaker, writer, humorist, educator for humanity and above all-a profound Karaoke Mega Star. After being in the rat race for-way too long, he discovered Happiness, the hard way unfortunately (which, apparently, is the only way to do it), ever since he cannot keep quiet, and preaches Happiness to all who are willing to listen and particularly…to those who are not ;-) Also by Captain Happiness: 1. If You Want to Be Happy-Be! 2. Acer The Rat Racer 3. Have You Hugged an Elephant Today? 4. Get The Q? 5. Never Compare a bear 6. Einstein & the theory of UnAccounting 7. But It's Not About You For more information visit: CaptainHappiness.com
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The answers are slow in coming. They come in bits and pieces. Love needs no explanation yet we demand it. Love needs no justification yet we demand it. Love needs no philosophical discourse yet we talk about it to death. Love needs no theological permission yet...
The book is a short prose accompanied by colorful and joyous illustrations. Brevity does not subtract from it. The space on open pages allow your mind to fill in. And if you are reading this with children, maybe you can allow them to do the same by filling in the space with their imagery in words and doodles.
Few books leave deep impressions. This is one of them.