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Transcendentalism book gives inspiration to people around the world

Added: (Mon Apr 01 2019)

Pressbox (Press Release) - "Freedom and The Will to Move Forward" a book written by Jamin Chavez and published by PPHC Compass Publisher has given inspiration and unique perspectives to readers from countries such as the UK, USA, Brazil, and Germany.

"Freedom and The Will to Move Forward: A Compass For Today's World" a book written by Jamin Chavez was his literary debut. The book was published by PPHC Compass Publisher. The book is important for the complex and multifaceted aspects, concepts, and principles it contains explaining the various types of adversity we face in our every day lives. The book also contains many unique characteristics and writing style. Jamin Chavez, the author, compares and contrasts the works of Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson to the Declaration of Independence from what has been thought about essay's such as "Civil Disobedience" and Emerson's "The American Scholar". The main theme of the book is the philosophy of Modern Day Transcendentalism continuing the writing and essay style traditions of Emerson and Thoreau. From the authors perspective it is believed that there has been many tenets of American Principles and Values that have been watered down over decades by various groups and he explains how the people in American society can begin to repair, learn, and grow the tenets that have been diminished ultimately having the will to move forward. Readers in countries such as Germany, the UK, the United States, and Brazil have been inspired by the level of clarity and perspective contained in "Freedom and The Will to Move Forward". The inspiration they have gained shows in the reviews they have provided explaining that they too have gained the will to move forward. For more information about the book and where to purchase please visit: https://pphccompass.com/buy-the-book

Submitted by:Jamin Chavez
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