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'Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature' by Efiong Etuk Ph.D. is a book the gives a lot of insights into human nature. It throws light into our innermost selves and it helps those who are looking to reach their full potential and give the world their best. The book is useful to people from all strata of society. It is like a motivational talk on how to rediscover our own selves and change our perception for the better. It speaks about the world we live in, the society and the attitude of people around us.
Creativity also deals with self discovery. It makes us ponder the purpose of our existence. Author Efiong Etuk speaks about man's creative powers and how in the current society we are faced with problems of being unable to keep ourselves occupied. Being idle mentally and physically is a major reason for a lot of psychological problems. Originality is another area the author touches on in the book. It tells us that we are all individuals and we need to create our own path and destination and work towards achieving it. The author has also drawn connections between mental and physical well-being.
'Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature' by Efiong Etuk is a compelling read. Its theme has a universal appeal. The insights are timeless and useful and it is helpful for many of us looking for that small change which can bring about a bigger change within ourselves. It is a book worth owning and can be passed down to the next generation. Creativity is an engaging, informative, and uplifting book.