Xabier K. Fernao

365 Quotes of Wisdom

Shocking Statistics: An Average American Reads 1 Book a Year and 50% of those are Romance Novels…

Look! I do not know who you are but I am sure you are on this page right now because you are someone who wants more. You are someone who do not settle for average. You see, I totally understand the desire to want to learn and yet dread reading a long and thick book at the same time! That is why we created this book…

More about this book:

Would you rather learn a 30 years lesson from other people’s life or live 30 years to learn that lesson?

Think about it.

What I am essentially asking you is… Why not learn from other people’s failures, successes and life experiences?

It was Socrates, one of the greatest Greek philosopher who said that…

“True Wisdom Comes to Each of Us When We Realize How Little We Understand About Life, Ourselves and The World Around Us”

Isn’t it true that we do not need to read a huge chunk of book with so much jargons and technicalities to become wiser, more aware and more peaceful?

That is why this 365 Quotes of Wisdom book is so Important.

I do not know you personally. And that is the same for all of my readers. However, there is one thing which I know for sure. Every single quote will mean something different to everyone of us. Each quote will be significant in unique ways in accordance to our life’s contexts and experiences.

That is the Beauty of Quotes.

Short, simple and powerful.

I hope and believe you have enjoyed this really short introduction to this book. Read the quotes, use them, exploit them and make them your friends.

Act Now by Clicking the “Buy Now With 1-Click” Button at the Top of This Page Right Now!

P.S. Here’s another shocking statistic: “50% of American adults can’t read a book written at an eighth grade level.”

P.P.S. I absolutely know that these statistics aren’t you. Act Now by Clicking the “Buy Now With 1-Click” Button at the Top of This Page Right Now!
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