Leon Halfon Explores the Essence of the Ultimate Truth

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New Book “The Mathematics of Life” heralds an edifying journey to self-discovery

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What is truth? Are facts necessary for something to be called true? Is it enough that the majority believes in something for that thing to be considered truth? In George Orwell’s Nineteen Eight-Four, he said, “Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows.” In the same light, author Leon Halfon proposes the “mathematics of life” as the ultimate truth, the truth which everything must be based on. He expounds his thoughts and insights regarding the matter in the eponymous book The Mathematics of Life.

Halfon in the beginning of the book writes, “To understand the mathematics of life, one must not always be obedient. Galileo was not obedient even after torture. He knew the mathematics of the stars and of our world. If he and the other great scientists obeyed religion, where would we be today?” This statement is enough to give readers an inkling of the radical ideas that await them in The Mathematics of Life.

Halfon’s work will spark a ground-breaking journey to self-discovery and an understanding of different things that have come to define life. In each chapter he explores a wide range of subjects like life, love, sex, science, religion and even politics. He throws in relevant personal recollections and opinions while cleverly using metaphors and analogies to prove his point. Ultimately, the principles in the book will challenge readers to look beyond the norm and let go of any specious beliefs that are impeding their growth and potentials.

The Mathematics of Life is a book that will be hard to put down. The pages are laden with revolutionary ideas and intriguing experiences that will astound, inspire and entertain.

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About the Author
Leon Halfon was raised on the Island of Djerba and was paralyzed at the age of 7. After a life-changing experience, he overcame his handicap and challenged himself to walk again. After his family moved to Israel; Halfon left his home and joined the circus where he visited many different countries.

He has pursued many different careers and has worked as a lifeguard in Israel and California, assistant for the voice of Europe, stunt man, caretaker for Desilu Studios, contractor, project manager for the FHA program and inventor where he manufactured a surf board called The Multi Banana Boat. Halfon lives with his two dogs in Los Angeles, California.

The Mathematics of Life * by Leon Halfon
Publication Date: September 15, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 107 pages; 978-1-4653-6112-7
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 107 pages; 978-1-4653-6113-4
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4653-6114-1

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