New Madrid, Mo. (PRWEB) April 17, 2014
Author Docious Ghoti believes that an organized view of a deity divides humanity against itself. This view wreaks havoc which further disunites mankind. Ghoti thus espouses the idea of a world where logic reigns over faith. This idea will lead mankind to peace. In his profound book, “All In,” Ghoti discusses logic and shares how it becomes a guiding principle to achieve peace.
In a thorough discussion of the precepts of logic, “All In” brings to light the natural influences that man encounters in life. According to Ghoti, these forces are beyond man’s control yet greatly impact his daily activities. When these influences are combined with the natural powers of creation and logic, the wheel of logic becomes an effective guide to finding the path to peace.
Ghoti strongly emphasizes that for mankind to achieve lasting peace, they must rid themselves of anything that causes their division. He adds that individuals can stand alone with or without their personal view of a deity. To be independent, man must sharpen his logical thinking. It is for this reason that Ghoti introduces rational axioms and tenets in his book.
A deep and highly-researched work, “All In” is a helpful tool that shows readers that a peaceful life is attainable
even in diversity.
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About the Author
Docious Ghoti is a Middle East veteran with 17 years of military service. Before retiring, he was a Sergeant First Class who was trained in the army’s Equal Opportunity Program. Ghoti served as an E.O. representative at the company, battalion and brigade level. He was reared for 17 years in a religious home that taught the values of Christianity as a root of belief.
All In * by Docious Ghoti
The Winning Hand
Publication Date: March 25, 2014
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