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Trispectivism

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Trispectivism

Being the consequence and the processed summary of thousands of inspiring conversations with hundreds of people in tens of countries, Trispectivism tries to present a new and innovative perspective to life. This introspective book examines the similar essence of different cultures, costumes and religions and deciphers the way we perceive ourselves as an entity and the world around us as a whole.

The fact is that books about self-awareness, self-help, and variations of these genres have existed for centuries. Ever since the ancient Greeks, wise thinkers, confused philosophers, and wealthy scholars have been preaching about pious and virtuous lives; from the Testaments to alchemists, the examples are endless. So what is so different about this perspective? Trispectivism (?) is a book about a concept that facilitates a constructive journey to the happiness and awareness of the known and familiar in all aspects of life (politics, daily life, art, sexuality, etc.); doing so through a pragmatic and practical triple perspective. The effectiveness of trispectivism is that you will say: “of course I knew that,” yet now you will learn how to use it. It is the window we have from our existence to a more complete awareness about the person we are and the interactions we experience in our daily lives.

Continue reading the book’s Prologue

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Strappado, historical novel

Strappado Cover
Strappado Cover

The book reflects on the identity of the person in a world in which intercultural communication was only through chauvinist hatred and fear of others. The historical novel narrates events that occurred during the fifteenth century, while expressing the search for the identity of a person captivated between cultural minority and social pressure. The search for knowledge is the one thing that can overcome conflicts generated by the struggle for cultural recognition and acceptance.

Resulting sometimes philosophical, and other perhaps too historical, there is an attempt to find a balance so that the book will not end up among the books of action and little more. I wanted to set the book so that required more involvement and active reflection by the reader. Sacrificing quality in the aspect of the argumentative power and creativity, I wanted to write a novel in which one could connect with events and contemporary issues and reflect on them, because, at its core, a man of that time is more similar to the man of today than we wish to imagine. In fact, the only thing that has changed is the particular historical and cultural context, which is the outer later, leaving the introspective person intact.

Spoiler alert… the book is in Hebrew!

To the book’s blog, click here

To the book in the editorial, click here

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