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Anyway: The Paradoxical Commandments

SYNOPSIS

In the 1960s, student leaders everywhere dreamed of changing the world via radical action. Kent Keith, then a student at Harvard, had another idea. He proposed that, while the world may sometimes seem crazy, individuals could still act well and create change for the better. He called his manifesto the 'Paradoxical Commandments.'

His manifesto was published in a handbook for students leaders in 1968. Over the years, these timeless principles have been appropriated, cited, and generally adopted as a modern credo for 'right action' by people from all walks of life, including Mother Teresa.

Now, in this inspiring book, Keith has illustrated his principles with moving stories from his own life, as well as classic examples from history. His conclusion: 'If you can find personal meaning without the world's applause, you are free. You are free to be who you really are.''

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AUTHOR

Kent M. Keith

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BOOK ID

SPIRIT03

TOTAL PAGE

117