The Book Of Lenity

Lenity by definition is gentle or kindness - to be lenient. A modern ideology where personal responsibility is of the highest importance it predicates that prayer or forms of worship do not provide a free pass for selfish action. The book is to the point & attempts to engage those who are still searching for a way of defining themselves spiritually. More

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About Ian-Anthony Finnimore

A former charity worker from England, Ian advocates the concept of Lenity - whereby personal responsibility is of the highest importance.

This is a philosophy of personal honesty

It cares not for the debate on ego or the notion of redemption.

God if it indeed insists, is logically indefinable by mankind - but goodness is not.

Noting that regular prayer, worship, doctorates or societal status do not therefore grant a free pass to bias or selfishness merely because it suits our "personal truth".

A person may well be a "good" christian for example but they often complete this process much like learning dance moves yet they often fail to stop judging others or even worse begin to dictate how they believe others should behave.

As student of Islam, Christianity, Taoism & Wicca he believes Lenity to be a vital component lacking in our daily lives regardless of core faith & values.

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