Temujin The Young Warrior: And 7 Other Chinese Wisdom Stories
This is the second of a series of wisdom books designed for advanced readers, or to be read to little ones by their parents. Each story aims to show children how to think creatively – “outside the box," and concludes with a “Treasure Chest” of ideas that are worth keeping. “If we build superior children, our children will build a better world”
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Wu and the Golden Stallion: And 7 Other Chinese Wisdom Stories
Wu and The Golden Stallion, the first of The Chinese Wisdom Treasure Chest Series, sets the stage for advanced readers to learn to think outside of the box! Though these Chinese stories are thousands of years old, it is the simplicity of the moral of each story that teaches children and families around the world, the power of the mind. Dr. Robert Lee began sharing this wisdom from China with his daughter at a very early age and brilliantly inspires us today with hands on, solution based philosophies that have a delightful universal appeal.
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The Enlightened Prince: And 7 Other Chinese Wisdom Stories
This is the third of a series of wisdom books designed for advanced readers, or to be read to little ones by their parents. This book contains eight classic wisdom stories from China. Each story aims to show children how to think creatively – “outside the box," and concludes with a “Treasure Chest” of ideas that are worth keeping. In this age of computers, I pads, I phones etc. Our children are conditioned to be reactive instead of being creative. These books train our children how to think. “If we build superior children, our children will build a better world” – Dr. Lee
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Build The Rainbow Of Your Success
Book Synopsis The central theme of this book is that we live in two worlds: the visible (physical), three-dimensional world and the invisible (spiritual), multidimensional world. The physical world is composed of what we experience with our five senses. The invisible (spiritual) world is composed of our knowledge, wisdom, character, integrity, faith, hope, love, fear, worry, greed, frustration, spirit, and soul. (One is temporal, the other eternal.) We design our success in the (invisible) spiritual world. We build it in the physical world. The question is: How? Our lives are constantly under construction. Success in life is a continuous, multidimensional achievement that can be represented by the seven different colors of the rainbow. These are: purpose (red), mission (blue), passion, (green), financial health (violet), physical health (orange), mental development (yellow), and creativity (indigo). I’ve devoted a chapter to each color to discuss them in more detail. Interestingly, all the colors come from white light. If we have a well-balanced rainbow, it recombines as white light. (See Chapter 8.) Our lives are gifts from God. What we do with our lives are our gifts to God. At the end of our lives, we’ll present our rainbows to the Almighty. Some rainbows will be bigger than others. Unfortunately, some will be a few colors short. My goal is to help you learn how to work smarter—not harder—and to develop an attitude and a core belief so you can enjoy the sunshine and learn to dance in the rain. For more information, go to: www.wisdomeastwest.com Dr. Robert C. K. Lee
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