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Th3 Simple Questions: Slice Open Everyday Life Paperback – April 17, 2015
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CIRCLES OF COMMUNITY | By JOANNA TEBBS YOUNG
Sometimes the simplest questions are the hardest to answer. Sometimes they elicit the most compelling, creative, and introspective responses. And it is due to three of the simplest questions -- "Who am I? What do I want? Why am I here?" -- that Rutland writer Jean Yeager, who has had many poems and other pieces published in magazines and newspapers...
GOOD READ REVIEW - By Mark Krausman
Th3 Simple Questions - Slice Open Everyday Life by Mr. Jean W. Yeager. Honestly I have been in a slump for awhile when it comes to reading books until I got my hands on this one... let's just say this amazing book found me and I am ecstatic that it did. The style of short essays or "slices" each with the "Who am I", "Why am I here", and "What do I want", format took me by surprise as it was an energizing way to read and process thought provoking concepts with each "slice" only being a few pages long and the analogies were artfully presented...
JACK MANGUS - READERS FAVORITE REVIEW
Jean W. Yeager's nonfiction spiritual/philosophical text, Th3 Simple Questions: Slice Open Everyday Life, is something to be read slowly and savored. ...When I finished the last response to the three simple questions, I realized that I had gotten to know a kindred spirit, someone whose blog seems well worth getting to know a lot better. Th3 Simple Questions: Slice Open Everyday Life is highly recommended.
About the Author
Award winning writer in radio, television and film whose clients included Fortune Top 100 corporations and executives, celebrities and a President of the United States. (1978-1988)
Work accepted in Duke University Rubenstein Library “History of Advertising” collection.
Anthroposophical Society in America, Executive Director, 1997-2004.
Rudolf Steiner College, Board Chair, 2007-2010.
BIODYNAMICS Journal, Managing Editor 1996-97.
Volunteer teacher in maximum security prisons in PA, MI and VT.
Teacher of the Phases of Human Development (Stage Development Theory or Biography) in the U.S., Canada and the U.K.
Journal For Anthroposophy, Managing Editor, 2003-04.
My Night Self is the invisible Night Flame which is the inner fire of my soul, the sense of Self which I sometimes dimly see fluttering just out of sight. The Night Self is the author of this book and so the writing is an immediate act of composition - free from all rules and artful manipulation. It is intimate and personal, honest and dynamic using my Human Spirit to write for your Human Spirit.
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The book is a work of unexpected genius. JY has taken the best of his blog entries from January to June of 2014 and packaged them into this unassuming little volume. He uses a particular style that can really draw the reader in. He asks, in each entry, 3 questions. They are: Who am I? Why am I here? And, What Do I Want?
Who am I? can be a very simple aspect of life such as, "The Midnight Shift" to something much more complicated, such as, "The Monsters That Keep Us All Safe." From there he speaks in the first person as if he were, for example, "The Midnight Shift" and describes just who he is and why he is here and what he wants of the reader.
It is pure brilliance how JY manages to bring the reader to consider aspects and meanings of things often not noticed or go taken for granted in everyday life, cuts them into "slices" and offers the reader the opportunity to stop the ordinary flow of his/her thinking and seriously consider some things and their meaning for themselves, the readers, things they have not likely pondered before.
The book is provocative and thoughtful. It is an open invitation to look at life in an entirely new way. I give it my highest recommendation. It should be in the library of anyone who consider themselves to be reflective. It also makes a great starting point for people who may never have given much thought to their lives and what is going on around them.
You'll want to own this book so you can return to various sections to peruse them once again, be intrigued, challenged and inspired. Plus, there's the privilege of gaining some insights into the soul of another human being... in this case, Jean himself.