Friday, June 14, 2013

UNTANGLED: CONTEMPLATION AND ENTANGLEMENT by Henry Sienkiewicz

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Right Click & Save Genre: Practical Philosophy/Self-help
Publisher: DogEar Publishing

In a social media-centric, Twitter-driven world we live, the complexity created by the entanglements Picturewww.virtualbooktourcafe.comhas caused an overload Called a Walden for the Internet Age, Untangled draws from the rich traditions of both Eastern and Western philosophy to tease apart the hyper-connected web of the modern world and challenges the reader to recognize and embrace contemplation as a way cope.

Through a highly approachable framework and the imagery of a journey through the heartland of Taiwan, Untangled provides the reader with the background of entanglement and contemplation, and identifies and discusses the three pillars of contemplation - silence, stillness and solitude. The book closes with a series of actions that allow anyone to untangled through active contemplation in daily life.

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Henry J. Sienkiewicz has served in multiple positions within the United States Federal Senior Executive Service since 2008. His previous commercial experience was as the founder and chief executive officer for Open Travel Software, an award-winning software developer focused on the global travel community, and in the chief information officer role at three technology companies. He or his companies have been the recipient of multiple awards for innovations or achievement in the technology industry. He retired as a United States Army Reserve lieutenant colonel in July 2008.

Henry holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Notre Dame and a master of science from Johns Hopkins University. He is also a graduate of the United States Army Command and General Staff College.

In 2006, he completed and published his first book, Centerlined, which dealt with interpersonal and organizational dynamics.

Henry resides in Alexandria, Virginia.

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