Tell The Truth
Not for the faint of heart, this book aims at forcing you to face yourself and your life in a way you’ve never done before. The author takes you on a journey through his own beliefs to demonstrate that there are other more unique ways of viewing various aspects of life that affect each of us personally. He only asks that you read with an open heart and mind to achieve your own unique truth. More
Everyone is different and therefore no two people will ever completely agree on everything. Yet, it seems that most people have been conditioned to share the same beliefs about things that are near and dear to them such as religion, sports, money, love and life in general, to name a few. Somewhere along the way, we’ve lost our individuality and we’ve become programmable robots who seem to function in a society that despises individuals and free thinkers.
Tony asks, “how can you be in control of your life if society is constantly conditioning you to be a model citizen?” He simply states that we have to break down the conditioning in order to find out what is really true to each one of us as individuals. Of course, this isn’t easy, so he has a unique approach to help you ease into the transition if you so choose to go ahead and take the plunge.
Instead of teaching you how to break free, Tony tells you what he believes to be true about many subjects that are divided into two groups; namely the inner world and the outer world. The inner world deals with subjects that affect us personally and the outer world deals with subjects that have an external impact on us. His only hope is that you might begin to interrogate your own beliefs and ask yourself where your beliefs came from in the first place. Did you come to your own conclusions or were you spoon fed by your family, friends and community?
Finally, Tony doesn’t want you to take on his beliefs because that would undermine all his efforts. If you agree with him to whatever extent, that’s fine. But that isn’t the point. The point of this book is to make you stop and question your own beliefs so that you might form your own individual opinions about the things that affect you the most in life. In essence, it’s about reclaiming your individuality through a process of self-interrogation which is as natural as breathing air. It’s just a great wonder that so few of us do it.
This book also comes with a warning! Many of the topics presented here are quite controversial and may offend some readers. Therefore, it is advised that you approach this book with an open mind and remember that this is just one man’s opinion. At the end of the day, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, no matter how much we may disagree.