The Story Behind Our Behavior
In this book, the Professor and Ace meet again through dreams. An important thing that the readers should remember is that its the year 22025 where the Professor is and the year 2011 where Ace is. The reason for this meeting is to deliver important information for the graduating class of people. These are the people who are almost done with their lifes tests and who are now ready to go back to their real home. The graduating class students must know the important information that will allow them to exit the accelerating life with ease and enter the real life without any danger to their minds.
The Story Behind our Behavior continues the authors previous books. To fully benefit from the Professor and Aces argument, one must read the first and the second book, to gain clarity on such a painful topic. As with his other works, this insightful sequel is filled with important lessons and revelations that will enlighten readers.
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