Publisher / Author: IQ Press
Do your ideas latch onto others like the Burdock's burrs? Does your
environment encourage you to grow like a goldfish? When trying to
advance an argument, is your exchange inclusive, like water, or
exclusive, like stones?
HUMAN NATURE reminds us that we are part
of nature and it offers a number of examples to help us understand life
around us as well as our own.
In nature, things are what they
are; nothing tries to be what it is not. In the natural world, responses
to change and disruption are simply logical, free from disguise or
excess. Since the beginning of time, human beings have found in nature a
model to give meaning to their lives.
About the Author
The author, Jocelyn Pinet, is an international speaker and consultant.
In working with people of many cultures and languages, he has
discovered that using analogies relating to nature often makes it easier
to illustrate a problem or a situation. He states that, when we take
this detour, we circumvent our habitual ways of thinking and open up a
new way of seeing things, which, more often than not, is simpler,
clearer, and more straightforward.