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Life problems are complex. According to Niccolò Machiavelli (1469–1527), Italian philosopher in politics, nations fall when they reach the level of incompetence. This is a nation under god, who is a scientist. In How to Deal With Life, author Samuel M. Chacon teaches life basics, advances the sciences, and teaches new theories—all conducive to enhance teamwork and overcome, bypass, or sidestep any level of incompetence.
According to Chacon, science and religion are equally valuable. Science without religion is lame without consulting the Bible or the Zohar, the major text of the Kabbalah, to understand that the Bible is a script of what is to happen in life. It is about psychology and implied science. For example, Genesis 1:1 says, “In the beginning God created the heaven and earth.” It must be true because no product can be created unless someone first thinks about it. It tells who thought about creating heaven and earth, not how. It is up to scientists to figure it out. On the other hand, Chacon also says that religion without science is blind if religious people do not employ science to figure out how creation happened. God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness” (Genesis 1:26) which means that man are scientists like God.
Samuel M Chacon learned about life by studying scientific theories and principles in college and schools sponsored by the federal government. It helped him to understand parapsychology, the Rosicrucian Fellowship, the psychic sciences, the secret science behind miracles, and the Kabbalah. Combined, these subjects teach what is in the Bible and hold secrets to understand love, knowledge, and sharing; all are conducive to know how to deal with life and do impossible things, such as levitate, create miracles, and use telepathy.
If everyone understands God from the scientific point of view, it is possible to bring joy and fulfillment to all and make world peace a reality. The idea comes from the Baha’i Faith and is the theme of How to Deal With Life. Through this concept, Chacon encourages his readers to be scientific; it means that if they follow the same steps to accomplish something, everyone will get the same results. Furthermore, if everyone understands the sciences, everyone will understand the mind of God and how He functions. Indeed, How to Deal with Life is about love, knowledge, and sharing. Love is energy. Knowledge is science. Sharing is writing.
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About the Author
Samuel M. Chacon received an AA degree from San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino, California, in 1959. He majored in electronics and industrial technology; received extensive training in the sciences when he worked for the US Department of Defense; worked as a quality engineer in the field of quality assurance, working as a quality assurance specialist; conducted a metrology analysis of the first space shuttle; and taught quality control courses at Los Angeles Pierce College. After retiring, he decided to apply his expertise on solving complex quality systems to solve life problems.
How to Deal With Life * by Samuel M. Chacon
Publication Date: February 29, 2012
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