Nina Yau writes in an inquisitive manner about deep philosophical topics. Her blog, Castles in the Air, is full of posts that give you pause to think and consider. Her latest book, Truth, continues this style to share what she views as the core truths in life.
Nina draws on both eastern and western philosophy, and I suspect also draws from many of her own observations. Truth covers a very specific range of topics that are in essence the parts of life that are often on autopilot. It’s the things we don’t think about every day, but really should. It’s the things that would improve our life greatly if we took the time to consider them.
I’m not sure I’m painting a clear picture of what Truth is about. Let’s just say that if you were given a handbook when you popped into existence on this planet, and that this handbook covered everything you would ever need to know about life, Truth would be Appendix A: Understand and Live by These Truths Always. « Continue »