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People Born in April: Anti-Horoscope: Human 'Software', Book 4
- Gesprochen von: Jim D. Johnston
- Serie: Anti-Horoscope: Human "Software", Titel 4
- Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 17 Min.
- Kategorien: Beziehungen, Elternschaft & persönliche Entwicklung, Persönliche Entwicklung
Did you know that, for example, people who were born on April 5th leap years or April 6th common years are vagrants "here today and gone tomorrow", and are "on the road" all their lives? For them, a good time or fun "to the max" includes...going to prison. Did you know that there are people in this world who not only don't fear prison, but also feel at home and comfortable there?
Or, for example, did you know that people who were born on April 9th of leap years or April 10th of common years are not only like the biblical Buridan's donkey by their character, but also create situations in which they there is always a choice (for example, creating "doublets" like an apartment and a country house, two cars, a spouse and lover, etc.)? This means that if you have romantic or family relations with one of them - you need to be ready to not only observe every day how he or she is torn between "doublets," but also engages in "games for three"!
Hence the question: are you sure that you know people whom you think you know as your own self? Yes, of course you know them - if we take word-play into account. You really do know them, like you know yourself - that is, just as bad! You know your own and other people's masks and roles, but that is all. You do not believe this? Then, open this book and see for yourself!
This book is for those people who are fed up with "horoscopism", who are tired of listening to nonsense about themselves and other people - from psychologists or their "all-knowing" relatives, friends, and acquaintances. It will help you save not just some time in your life, but your whole life, because otherwise you will spend your entire life on something that is a priori impossible. And, it is impossible not because you are idiots, but because Homo sapiens cannot fully know themselves and other people without an external (and, most importantly, objective) source.