Tak Tse Profit Releases ‘Etiam Tu: Eradicating Hatred’
The Tak tse Profit provides the following press release on the the his newly published book Etiam Tu: Eradicating Hatred. The first book in a series that will define the Philosophy of Etiam Tu. This first title in the series addresses humanities most urgent need, the elimination of Hatred from the Human spirit. The book includes an introduction to entire series as a whole and this book itself.
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November 14, 2015 (FPRC) -- SPRINGFIELD, Ga. – Tak tse Profit admits to have given up on mankind’s chances of ever correcting its errant path towards obvious self destruction, on the whole. But his young son reminded him that he has no right to give up on mankind and that it is his responsibility to be his brother’s keeper. This realization prompted Profit to write “Etiam Tu: Eradicating Hatred” (published by Xlibris).
Profit believes that hatred is an ever present and continual threat to the continued existence of the human race. This book seeks to raise mankind’s awareness to the many manifestations of hatred and its influences on everyone’s life. It attempts to educate and inspire readers to embark on or join a movement within humanity to eliminate this threat once and for all.
“The dominance of the culture of hatred is obvious and the majority of the entire human population must want that to change,” Profit points out. “Our world is in obvious turmoil with war, aggression, violence and strife all around us. This book seeks to resolve these issues.”
Profit hopes that after reading “Etiam Tu: Eradicating Hatred,” everyone will seek peace, participate in the solution of worldly issues and eliminate the culture of hatred surrounding mankind.
“Etiam Tu: Eradicating Hatred”
By Tak tse Profit
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 818 pages | ISBN 9781503599499
E-Book | 818 pages | ISBN 9781503599482
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Tak tse Profit spent most of life observing conditions, circumstances and people. He spent most his adult life in service to people known and unknown. Considering and noting differing factors in life — both in himself and others. He accepted his commission to share the philosophy of Etiam Tu inspired by his young son's conviction of his heart for having given up on mankind.
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