London (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
The mysteries of life are but everyone’s mission to unravel; thus, author Raad Chalabi, Ph.D., incessantly pursues his quest to provide elucidation to every individual about this very important reality. From introducing readers to his “Sketches for the Politically Incorrect” to walking them through “The Bazaar,” and to meeting and sitting with them on “The Balcony”, he now draws them into The Lobby where significant and life-changing insights, revelations and wisdom await. Like in the author’s previous volumes, this book presents a plethora of clear-cut dialogues between two common characters that have gone through extraordinary experiences.
This new volume is a thought-provoking spectacle of the infinite and complex realm of life where readers are invited to see and understand its distinct faces. The Lobby welcomes them with new reports on conversations heard on but never recounted before by the author. Each conversation brings something new and relevant to one’s existence, a tidbit of the greater understanding about life and its riddles. Similar situations or matters may occur, but still it is the readers’ perception, comparison and conclusion that give definition to each dialogue. The book itself is a simple challenge for readers to reach beyond what they read—inspiring them to put themselves into the shoes of characters to uncover great wisdom.
“Life is a continuous learning process; what I know today is not necessarily what I know tomorrow,” says the author. These dialogues are expected to tickle readers’ imagination—emancipating a segment of their mind to explore ideas about effective management, handling emergency issues, the cycle of life, the evolution of things, the wonders of relationships, and many other realities and human concerns—political, social, historical, emotional, and many others—that make up the thing called life.
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The Lobby * by Raad Chalabi, PhD
Publication Date: April 27, 2012
Picture Book; £35.99; # pages; 978-1-4771-0148-3
Picture Book Hardcover; £45.99; 212 pages; 978-1-4771-0149-0
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