My New E-Book and the Profit of the Pursuit of Knowledge

“A Profound Essay on the Subjects of Life, Reality, Perception, Subjectivity, Objectivity, and Possibilities (Et Cetera)” by Amy Rosanova

Life has so many different possibilities. Time has so many different possibilities. Opportunities, options, causes, consequences, results. Things can be subjective, and that idea, itself, is kind of objective. It’s an objective idea that things can be subjective. Things happen. Whatever happens – happens. Whatever happened – happened. Whatever will happen – will happen. There are so many choices.

Before officially creating this website, I actually took the steps to publishing my own e-book through Amazon.

Advice to self-publishers through Amazon? Always go for the higher percentage of royalties. Even if the price range is lower, you’re earning more on your own work, which is how it should be. If you can sell your work on your own, then do so. Amazon has pros and cons. Their wide reach and exposure is definitely a benefit.

Initially, I had posted the original version of this essay on my old weblog under the same title. The e-book is a revised version with much more information and updated formatting.

To sum it up, it focuses on belief and faith — and how they affect reality. How if almost everything is subjective, then almost anything is possible.

“Whatever is impressed is expressed.”

— Aristotle.

In hindsight, I guess that I could have called it “A Profound Essay on Belief, Reality, and Possibilities (Et Cetera)”, but I don’t want to leave out so much that I feel is important — and also don’t want to stray too much from the original title. *Sweat-Drop.* Maybe that could be a revised or sequel version in the works, though?

In the end, I think that a long title doesn’t take away from a work — instead it’s very showing of a preview of what’s to come. In fact, I just read a work from the Brothers Grimm yesterday that had a long title, “The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was”.

Which proves to be a great allegory, by the way. Always continue to pursue knowledge; It always leads somewhere or another. The youth so desperately wanted to learn about fear and what it was to shudder. It wasn’t seen as profitable for him to want to learn so, but it was very profitable in the end.

“Overcome fear; Pursue knowledge.”

— Amy Rosanova

My new e-book will be released toward the end of June 2019.

Thank you so much. May God bless you.

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