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The Three Conditions

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"Three Conditions" by Moshe Gersht is a thought-provoking exploration of human behavior and societal constructs. Gersht delves into the complexities of existence through the lens of three fundamental conditions: freedom, authenticity, and love. Drawing from philosophy, psychology, and personal anecdotes, he challenges readers to reconsider their perceptions of these conditions and their implications on individual lives and collective societies. Although rooted in Judaic beliefs you do not have to be jewish to get something from this work. With insightful analysis and engaging prose, Gersht encourages readers to reflect on their own experiences and beliefs, making this book a valuable addition to any philosophical or psychological library.

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I for one suffer from anxiety, but this book helped me to put things in perspective to know that worry and stress are a normal part of life and how we cope if the most important take away.

Among other things, the book puts forward the idea that worrying is something we can control. I think that is one of the biggest lessons of the book. We CANNOT control everything although as humans we feel like we can. That is the beginning of self sabatoging.

All in all, this is a really useful resource for anyone looking for help with such challenges. Definitely worth checking out and being able to apply to your own practice with dealing with others.

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The Three Conditions : How Intention, Joy, and Certainty Will Supercharge Your Life. I am sorry but cannot read this book on my tablet (kindle format). I keep getting a lot of colours and some mixed up letters. Please can you upload a copy that is kindle friendly and I will read it - many thanks

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