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Nasreddin the Psychologist


Nasreddin the Psychologist

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    Available in PDF Format | Nasreddin the Psychologist.pdf | English
    Tom Greening (Author)
This delightful, whimsical, and often profound book depicts the legendary wise fool Nasreddin as a modern psychologist dispensing astute and ludicrous advice to gullible seekers. The exquisite illustrations come from the hand of Idaho artist Linda Hawkins. Nasreddin Hoca or Nastradin Hoxha or Nastradini is a 13th Century historical figure of philosophy and humorous story telling. : He is claimed by many cultures and ethnic groups but he is especially associated with Turkey. : Each summer the 'International Nasreddin Hodja Festival' is held in Akş:ehir, Turkey. Nasreddin is a teacher, savant, clown, jester, Zen master, guru, fool. He could be a cousin of Alfred E. Newman, whom you can visit in Mad Magazine, and Mark Twain, who wrote light-hearted commentary on human foibles. Although Nasreddin (with his faithful donkey) first lived, taught, and made a fool of himself and others many years ago, his spirit lives today. : He has come back to us because he sees how badly we need his idiot wisdom. He has become a psychotherapist, an ominous threat to troubled seekers, an embarrassment to the profession, and perhaps a source of unexpected enlightenment.
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Book details

  • PDF | 72 pages
  • Tom Greening (Author)
  • Garden Wall Publishers (1 April 2014)
  • English
  • 3
  • Science Fiction Fantasy
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