If you have ever struggled to understand that ‘thing’ we all call ‘Human Hope;’ or have sought personal peace but did not know exactly how or where to find it, this book will be of great interest to you.
Perrysburg, OH (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
During the summer of 1979, a young medical student was awarded a prestigious national grant to do a two-year research on human hope. Three decades after medical school, Dr. Obayuwana’s major findings and irrefutable conclusions are summarized in “The Five Sources of Human Hope: Mirror of Our Humanity.”
In this book, Dr. Obayuwana thoroughly explains where, how, why, when and from what five sources humans routinely find hope in life. He successfully demystifies “Hope,” makes it more tangible, and takes it forever out of abstraction.
“If you have ever struggled to understand that ‘thing’ we all call ‘Human Hope;’ or have sought personal peace but did not know exactly how or where to find it, this book will be of great interest to you,” Dr. Obayuwana said.
He goes on to explain that “Hope” is the essence of every human life, and therefore when well understood, it provides explanation for the worldwide epidemic rise in depressive illness, the reason behind the escalating waves of mass murders, and an uncommon insight on how to phrase the wining arguments in presidential politics.
“The Five Sources of Human Hope: Mirror of Our Humanity”
By Alphonsus Obayuwana, M.D.
Approx. 148 pages
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.4 inches
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iUniverse
About the author
Dr. Alphonsus Obayuwana is currently the associate chairman in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at a teaching medical center. He lives with his wife of 35 years in Perrysburg, Ohio. He is a grandfather, as well as a retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Officer. Previously, Dr. Obayuwana has served as a member of faculty at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the University of Maryland and Eastern Virginia Medical School. This book is the first of an intended trilogy on the subject of human hope.
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