|The Philosopher's Notebook
Dr. P.C. Simon, G.M.V.C., M.Sc., F.R.S.H.
(motivational and inspirational non-fiction e-book, 366 pages, illustrated, $15.00)
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Dr. Simon is a retired research microbiologist and
author of many scientific, motivational, inspirational,
and spiritual articles. He grew up in poverty on a
small farm in South India but did not allow poverty
and persecution to hamper his abilities to achieve
success in life.
He had a lengthy, interesting career serving the Indian,
Sri Lankan, and Canadian governments in the capacity
of Veterinarian in Charge of Livestock Development,
veterinary pathologist, and research scientist. He also
taught Animal Pathology at the University of British
Columbia and various motivational and life skill
courses for the Vancouver School Board.
In 1972, he founded the Hatfield Society, a non-profit
organization to rehabilitate parolees, and in 1995 he
began The Chacko and Lize Simon Scholarship
Fund which provides scholarships to children of the
very poor in his native state of Kerala, India, and to
students from low income families in British Columbia.
About the Book
The contents of the Philosopher’s Notebook reflect
the experiences and wisdom garnered along the
author's varied life’s journey from his beginning as the
son of an impoverished and persecuted widow in a
rural district in India to success as a research scientist
and philanthropist in Canada.
This thought-provoking book shows how we can
develop our mental abilities, overcome stress, and
assure success in life. It also explores spiritual issues
such as a study of the possibility of ultimate
knowledge and the purpose of creation, All these and
many more topics of daily interest are discussed.
The Philosopher’s Notebook will intrigue, challenge,
provoke and, most importantly, inspire and motivate
the reader to fulfill his/her life’s potential.
The language is simple, the content fascinating, the
advice practical. Everyone will benefit from reading
this wonderful, well researched book. The value to
be reaped is inestimable.
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Excerpt from the Book
I am a product of adversity. I lost my father when I
was one year old and grew up as the son of a
persecuted widow on the daily assassination list of her
in-laws. This brought the Ceylon Pentecostal people
to our assistance. I realized that they lived by faith.
That meant, without asking anybody or telling anyone
about their needs, their needs were being met. I
thought it was all a lie and impossible in actual life.
So, I went and lived with them and found that they
were telling the truth. I met my own needs during a
three month period, my needs to go and come back.
In the beginning, it was all religion but after a few
years, I realized that religion had nothing to do with it.
It was mind that created events suitable to our
constant thinking, desire, and expectation. Later on, it
becomes subconscious mind. That means even when
we are not thinking, it happens.
I realized mind is an infinitesimal part of God, which
has all the powers God has and this part is in us for
our use. Just like those who have money in the bank
can use it for their needs only if they know it is there,
only those who know it is within us can use this God-
Contents of The Philosopher's Notebook
Wonder of Wonders
Truth or Consequence
Passport to Success
Peace of Mind
Benefits of a Good Partnership
The Ego and the I
How to Become Rich
How to Overcome Stress
Making a Difference,
How to Set and Reach Goals
How to Live a Healthy Life
How to Multiply our Propensities
Is Sickness Beneficial
How to Remain Healthy
New Year's Resolution
The Cosmic Mind
Power of the Mind
How We Use Mind to Heal
Mind: Master or Servant
The Placebo Effect
The Nature of God
Is God in Your Genes
Did God Create Man in His Own Image
The Purpose of Creation
Is Jesus God
Once I was Blind
The One Energy
Life and Death
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I read your fantastic article, The Blessings of Adversity. It
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of Creation and very well done, too.
I have accidentally come across your Ultimate Knowledge
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occasion to express my profound respect for the creator of
this beautiful piece. I find your application of mathematic
logic and scientific reason in establishing morphic
resonance and between gravity and love fascinatingly
brilliant. Moreover, you are able to impart to the reader a
liberating sense of affinity with everything that is, ever has
been and ever will be.
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very well written.
All proceeds from the sale of The Philosopher's Notebook go to support the Chacko and Lize Simon Scholarship Fund
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