Who Are We: Seeing Ourselves through the Eyes of One Another by Hussam Atef Elkhatib, PhD

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About this Book
Understanding who we are is a concern that entails seeing ourselves through the eyes one another. It is a philosophy that involves thoughtfulness of the full picture, an empathetic vision that incorporates the nature of our awareness. That perception leads to how we react and interact with our surroundings. There, we’d utilize not only our rationale but also how we reason a variety of basics. Those fundamentals are foundations that incorporate our backgrounds, beliefs, affiliations, the level of our knowledge, and whom we believe we are, to name a few. We could accomplish an appropriate vision via a correct observation that considers all the elements. It is a foresight that requires a thorough analysis, and that’s what this book is all about.

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About the Author
The author of Moralities for Life: Thoughts and Behaviors Justified. Views himself as a son of this world. Lived an eventful life alongside numerous nations around the globe, which made him impartially identify with everyone. Writing to him is a mere matter of inspiration that he perceives as an immense blessing. Dr. Elkhatib is also a poet whose inspiration derives from a spiritual life of his own. Worked in several professions in a variety of fields. Academic education comprises of a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education, MBA, and Ph.D. in Business Administration with a focus in Management.

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