Philosophy of Motivation

You Are the Master of Your Life.

by Leon Kabasele


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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/30/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781496985057

About the Book

I wrote Philosophy of Motivation for the reader to understand motivation and the importance of being self-motivated. Many authors have written books about philosophy, but few of them have written about practical philosophy. This book explains how philosophy of motivation can help somebody be self-motivated in real life. Being motivated does not show in one’s appearance; it is about helping each other and learning from each other. As long as we are thinking of our dreams, we can benefit other people and motivate ourselves as well. Everybody has the ability to help other people, and doing favours for others will make one feel better as well. Through my research, I discovered that when there are many philosophers, there will be many different ideas as well. So there will be as many philosophers as there are philosophies. In this book, I discuss many points that can help communities and entire countries be motivated in everything that they do. I encourage readers to be filled with motivation because dreams cannot be allowed to die, even when contrary philosophical concepts come to destroy them. I believe that every human being has a talent, for nobody was created by mistake. Somebody’s talent can be dependent on the environment where the person lives. I personally like this book because I felt motivated when writing it. I believe that being self-motivated is the key to success and achieving a good goal. The reader will understand that happiness does not mean winning a lottery but achieving one’s dream.


About the Author

Dr. Leon Kabasele was born in Zaire, which is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His entire family was Muslim, but at ten years old, he received the Lord Jesus Christ as his saviour. He has done a lot of theology research and written four books about God, including Christian Philosophy: Understanding Racial Oppression, which delves into the issue of human rights in Africa. He became interested in researching human rights and other legal issues because of his life experience with matters of justice and his belief that for one to understand theology, one must understand human rights and other matters of justice. He has attended many theology and human rights conferences, and he was selected to give a presentation at a conference in Bethlehem, where he discovered many new things. He regularly engages in conferencing about Christian debate, politics, and theology with people from around the world, including India, Pakistan, and Africa.