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Happiness in the Horizon

Veteran in a New Field by Winslow Homer

What can you expect from my book?

Three things:

1) the roadmap to happiness,

2 how to best travel the road by using the gifts of the entrepreneur within,

3) what to expect when you reach the horizon.

Just as with the farmer, a returning hero of the Civil War, the roadmap will be clear to follow if you harness the entrepreneur within you to travel the road and have the courage to seek out the blue horizon in the distance.

Prose/Art Exposition

Details on road to happinessYou might be asking what exactly is the Prose/Art Exposition found in my book.  Well, it is a new literary platform where the world of ideas meets the world of experiences.  The exposition is much like an art museum exhibition within a book.  Each gallery is devoted to one of six segments of life’s journey.  In each gallery the ideas and the art are presented and then discussed.

Surprisingly, the “prose” and the “art” reinforce and validate each another.  Sometimes, on topics as important as achieving happiness, one needs additional support or validation that the course of action that you are taking is the right one.

As you will see, the great modern and ancient thinkers validate one another, and, the artists validate each other, as well as the great thinkers.

Roadmap to Happiness, Part II

Happiness

In my last post I mentioned that the first part of the roadmap of happiness requires an understanding of the teachings of three modern thinkers and a few ancient philosophers.  These teachings are the “Prose” of this Prose/Art Exposition.  These are the ideas that have been curated and arranged into six galleries of the exposition to better explain the roadmap.

Not to be ignored, the great masters of the fine arts (the Painters, Poets, Composers, and Choreographers) also have a lot to say about reaching happiness.  They share with us their experiences using their own unique artistic styles to present their own roadmap as only the great masters can do.

This second part, the works of the great masters of the Fine Arts, not only is validation of the prose mentioned above, but inspiration to us all as we travel the road of life.  What is interesting is that the artists, in their own unique ways, are presenting the same objective roadmap and the same state of happiness.

Stay tuned.