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King Solomon's Conclusion

By: Carlos Malbrew

The wisest man who ever lived left his magnum opus for the world... now uncover the secrets to stress mangement, satisfaction, and purpose in life!

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In The Book of Ecclesiastes, King Solomon, the second King of Israel, provided his own self-help book for himself and anyone who would heed his words. Solomon's biblical counseling has been distilled into an easy to read manual fit for 2017.

This book is a worthy add for those who seek biblical counseling. Those who are non-religious will be pleasantly surprised that the views of a biblical character are both understandable and relatable. Whether one is spiritual or religious they will find quotes from Solomon that will stick with them long after the reading. The knowledge here comes from a man Biblically confirmed as the 'wisest who ever lived'.

For readers interested in a common sense approach to stress management; and strategies that can be used immediately; this is the book that will enlighten them on God's approach. Here religion and spirituality meet practical common sense and realism. Life involves work, life involves mortality; and Solomon's understands these concepts on a higher level than we do. That's why his answer to finding purpose is universal and timeless. That's why his answers to where we can find fulfillment and find joy are obvious.

King Solomon wrote the perfect self help book on life itself, a literal treasure of stress management techniques. Now those answers from his personal life's journey have been broken down to their most basic, easy to read elements; utilizing the New International Version translation of the Bible.

Did you know that King Solomon gave financial advice? That he was the first to suggest in writing that you do not put all your investment eggs in one basket? Or that Solomon suggested being over-righteous could ruin a person. How about the difference between the wise man and the fool?

How can you avoid the self-punishment of foolish behavior and capitalize on the virtues of wisdom? What about keeping money and finances in context; understanding the 'Almighty Dollar' to be both a powerful resource and a phenomenal thirst trap for man. Solomon asked the question AND provided his answer... What do we have to gain from living?

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