How could one who self-published thirty philosophical books, that were the basis for a Grand Unifying theory for most knowledge; that could answer the unanswerable," resolve the "unresolvable,"and accomplish the "impossible; yet was never heard? That is what "Why I Was" is all about. Why I Was (a Fated Philosopher) is a follow-up on the author's autobiography, Fated Philosopher.
That book reveals a lifetime of being shunned and ostracized; not for being anti-social, but because shunning made a personality that was shunned. The author became silent and alone in a crowd, controlled by a Fate and society that determined his destiny. That destiny was to create a system-philosophy, but with no one knowing of him or of what he had achieved. Why was this so? Was it was because of who and why he was? That is what this book is about? The manuscript of Fated Philosopher was too massive, so the philosophical and psychological causes of why I was were removed to become this book. It reveals how two socially isolating and suppressing orphan asylums, three foster homes, and two military organizations destroyed the author's identity, personality, and speech. Each suppressed his potential to achieve anything in society. He bypassed two school grades yet, failing all courses, quit highschool at age sixteen. He overcame adversities to earn two college degrees, to become a teacher of philosophy, psychology, ethics, and philosophy of religion. This book has value for the philosopher, psychologist, teacher, counselor, and parent; or for youth seeking identity, purpose, and meaning in life.
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