When the Shark Bites

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AuthorHouse, Aug 1, 2002 - Fiction - 348 pages
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            Linear thinking is the common way of thinking.  We focus and assume at the lack of knowledge.  We perceive the known.  We pursue the learned.  We believe in being and persuade others to believe, but the thinking lacks order and leads to the inability of making sense.

            A teacher, for example, thinks as teacher and meets social responsibilities.  They learn to construct sheets as the syllabus and examination sheets and become constructors while ignoring the intellect and violate the syntax of the English language. Their belief in being teacher allows them to construct the teaching.  They are prepared to play teaching and deliver the known, but focusing with intention to teach deceive the teacher who fails to recognize difference between theme, idea or issue, between principle and principal, between type, character or man and between The Confessions of Rousseau and the confessions of people in Oprah show on television, and the learning to teach is demonstrated.

            My greatest benefit of registering in the private university was learning how the expression American Dream was used to define a course on American literature.  The definition in the syllabus initiated a field for me to study, and I learn by finding the roots of the matter.  Interpreting conceives beliefs; then, we judge circumstances being below capacity.  The Hearing perceive by the ears, but gain no-knowledge without interest in learning.  The Focusing concentrate in the object of perception and fail to bring real information.       The intention of being professional reaches middleclass social level and is entitled to more money while ignoring human principles.

            We ought to meet our moral responsibilities in order to help our community and is my purpose of writing.  I like to teach what I had learned at home to those who want to learn more. 

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About the author (2002)

Azzolina has been the CEO of a hotel/casino company in Atlantic City, a bank president, and a financial consultant. He also spent 10 years as a reserve police officer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

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