Bad Lies vs. Good Lies

Bad Lies vs. Good Lies : A Guide to Help Us with Illusions

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Author Marcelino Joseph Garcia defines, then compares and contrasts various forms of deceptions, and pinpoints how they access our systems at pivot points which change our perceptions of reality. Misperceptions in reality lead to corruption in our systems. This corruption is preventing us from acquiring information necessary to solve problems. His theory is that the Cosmos only allows access to it, if we and our systems are compatible with it. In-order to be compatible with the Cosmos, we need systems that produce the truth. Only then does the Cosmos let us access its data. Only then do we evolve with the Cosmos, only then does the Cosmos unite in creation with us. Bad Lies vs. Good Lies is the mathematical idea that lies are proportional relative to their damage. Marcelino uses this mathematical equation to demonstrate how illusions corrupt our systems which create imbalances. Imbalances prevent our systems from functioning at peak efficiency. They prevent our ability to progress and evolve. The Cosmos demands evolution, it demands that organisms adapt and adjust to the every changing environment to survive. This book challenges the human spirit to examine our current systems and determine which of our systems lead to life and which of our systems lead to extinction. Extinction does not have meaning for us - Creation with the Cosmos does.show more

Product details

  • Paperback
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.33mm | 190.51g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150857023X
  • 9781508570233

About Marcelino Joseph Garcia

Author Marcelino Joseph Garcia has a Bachelor's Degree in International Relations from Florida International University. He graduated in the top 15% of his class and was invited to join the Golden Key Honour Society. He is a world traveler whose education has had a great impact on his life. Traveling has enhanced his ability to see how different cultures function, and how different countries' political systems affect their populations. The youngest male in a family with 3 females, he has learned how to live in relative harmony with his siblings. Marcelino learned that for there to be relative harmony within the family unit, everyone should be able to express their independent voice and be responsible for their own actions. His Mother was a High School Counselor and his Father was a dedicated Social Worker. They instilled in their children a commitment to the community and to the family. Marcelino has always tried to extend the principles he learned from his family to his friends and to the community at large. He believes that just as his family operated in relative harmony, so can our communities, and the greater population at large. In his first book ever written, he uses the formula of Bad Lies vs. Good Lies to illustrate that clean systems lead to relative harmony and corrupt systems lead to relative chaos.show more