CRITICAL THINKING BOOKS
by Scott gru-Bell
presents an easy-to-follow book for Christians to learn chess and
critical thinking, while
at the same time, strengthening their faith through appropriate
scripture verses and Christian lessons. To see a sample page click Preview.
gru-Bell, “The Wizard of Chess” on television in Charlotte, North
Carolina, USA, has written several short stories, instructional books
on chess, and collections of essays and aphorisms.
Early Maxims and Aphorisms
by Scott gru-Bell, “The Wizard of Chess” on local television, has written
several short stories, critical thinking instructional books on chess, and collections
of essays and aphorisms. “Early Maxims and Aphorisms” is the first
of these collections, filled with timely and timeless one-liners of
wisdom and witticisms, as well as deeper insights into the human
condition. A reader of maxims finds it easier to reorient toward more
workable processes in life’s seeming webs of perplexity.
Here are a few samples:
Every person is part ship, mobile and changeable. Every person is part
lighthouse, firm and resistant. It is foolish to try to change the
course of the lighthouse portion of another.
One can either give performance or excuses. Some, of course, think
that they give performance when they deliver their excuses.
Our primary relation as fellow humans takes preference over our enmity
as opponents or enemies.
Master the art and craft of negotiations, so that you will always be
willing to negotiate, and generally win diplomatically what would
exhaust your capital in continued hostility.
The fool seeks to get what he wants through others; the sage seeks to
have others get what they want from him.
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