New Book Delves into Thinking and the Thoughts Born Out of It

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Co-authors Christopher Monbelly and Ezra Maxwell shares one thousand and eighty profound thoughts that will enlighten readers

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"No man can teach you how to think. One must develop this ability on his own.” This is the theme that drives “Thoughts Out of Thinking: Things You Should Know If You Don’t Already Know,” the second collaboration of authors Christopher Monbelly and Ezra Maxwell.

When thinking impregnates the mind, thoughts are born and ideas are formed. Man’s soul now finds a medium to express itself through various arts. Whatever art form man chooses as the outlet for his thinking, it is his choice. The realization of his artistry will be the tangible proof that he is in fact thinking. For his artistry to be manifested into reality, he first has to be thinking.

Thinking abilities are truly developed when one’s thinking abilities come full circle; meaning a full three hundred-sixty degrees of knowledge. Man has steps of knowledge; they are past, present and future. With the completion of all three houses of knowledge to full completion or full circle, man opens his mind, body, and soul to be receptacles of learning and ultimately outlets of wisdom.

Within the pages of “Thoughts Out of Thinking: Things You Should Know If You Don’t Already Know,” readers will find one thousand and eighty profound thoughts which represents the three completed houses of wisdom which are past, present and future for their enlightenment. The authors hope that this book will enhance their thinking abilities and also apply what they have learned in their daily living.

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About the Authors
Christopher Monbelly was born on St. Croix. He grew up in Whim, attended the Evelyn M. Williams, Claude O. Markoe, and Alexander Henderson elementary schools. He graduated from the St. Croix Central high school in June of 1991. He attended the University of the Virgin Islands and Florida Memorial College. He did not receive a degree, however he is well learned. He credits his philosophical mind to reggae music and mysticism. This is his second collaboration with Ezra Maxwell. His first collaboration was titled Conversations of the Gods-The Philosophical Sword. In the Conversations of the Gods-The Philosophical Sword, readers will see a clearer view of the mind of Christopher Monbelly where he makes wisdom interesting and allows learning to be intriguing in the story format of his previous work.

Ezra Maxwell was born on the island of St. Lucia, a land that gave birth to two noble laureates. He received his primary education at St. Augustine boy’s school in Vieux Fort and his secondary education at Vieux Fort secondary school. He sees himself not so much as a product of academic learning but rather as a product of independent thinking. With independent thinking, man arrives at the platform of truth, seeing and knowing what he should, and eventually possessing the one possession that is truly his, his inner self. He has two previously written works. One independently, the other he co-authored. His first work was entitled One Hundred and Twelve Degrees of Thoughts-The Journey of Truth and the second was Conversations of the Gods-The Philosophical Sword. Within the pages of these books, readers will get a first-hand account of some of the thoughts that helped shape his mind.

Thoughts Out of Thinking * by Christopher Monbelly and Ezra Maxwell
Things you should know if you don't already know.
Publication Date: July 30, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 244 pages; 978-1-4771-3489-4
Trade Hardback; $22.99; 244 pages; 978-1-4771-3490-0

To request a complimentary paperback review copy, contact the publisher at (888) 795-4274 x. 7879. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or call (888) 795-4274 x. 7879.

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