To All That Speak

The Ultimate Guide To Building the Most Updated Existence Awareness

Non-Fiction - Self Help
40 Pages
Reviewed on 01/26/2023
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Author Biography

Brandon Wolfe is the author of the best-selling self-help adventure memoir "Cold Beer and a Hot Dart." In addition, his award-winning screenplay titled "Freedom's Basement" has garnered outstanding praise from prestigious screenwriting competitions worldwide. Brandon's writing is committed to thought-provoking content and sustainable self-help practices that will remain relevant to later generations. Aside from writing, Brandon is an avid culture-focused traveler, adventure enthusiast, and passionate entrepreneur.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Melanie Kennedy for Readers' Favorite

To All That Speak: The Ultimate Guide to Building the Most Updated Existence Awareness by Brandon Wolfe is a trailblazing look at the power words have over us as humans. Brandon has had an epiphany and believes that all words are made up. This simple, yet profound realization has changed his life forever and this book explores how it can change your life as well. Brandon breaks down all languages to their basic components of “hand scribbles” and “lung puffs.” He goes on to detail three ways that understanding these notions can improve us, the people around us, and society as a whole. If we can all grasp the concept of language as having been made up, then that would impact three key aspects unique to humans: our existence, religion, and politics. Brandon’s revolutionary idea is unparalleled but has at its core a fact that every one of us should be acquainted with.

Brandon Wolfe has used his command of words well and affirms that he is most particular about what he decides to write or talk about. That makes every word (hand scribble) all the more impactful. In To All That Speak, Brandon uses wit to make his revelation as enjoyable as it is significant. He has a real knack for seeing the comic side of an otherwise serious topic. Brandon has put a lot of effort into this work and hopes to touch many lives with his revelation. If everyone could grasp the important life lessons it teaches, the world would be a much better place.

Astrid Iustulin

Have you ever thought that words only make sense because of the meaning we attribute to them? What if I tell you that, instead, they are only made-up sounds? This consideration inspired Brandon Wolfe to write his book To All That Speak: The Ultimate Guide to Building the Most Updated Existence Awareness. Starting with these assumptions, the author offers us three Refurbished Mind Fragments in which he debunks all our ideas about our existence, religion, symbols, politics, patriotism, and nationalism. The goal is to reveal to us that we just are, that life just is, and that everything else is based on sounds and noises.

To All That Speak is an original book that I would only recommend to people with open minds. I am sure that it will enlighten those willing to consider what Brandon Wolfe has to say. He shows us how artificial our way of communicating is and reveals how everything beyond just being is fake. It struck me particularly when he demonstrated how some of the tragedies that can afflict us as human beings (abuse, war, murder, suicide, and the list goes on) originate from words. This made a strong impression on me, especially since Wolfe's way of reasoning leaves no room for contradiction. I am sure that this is a book we will hear about for a long time, but in the meantime, I recommend you read it immediately so that you can start reflecting on everything Wolfe has written. There is a lot to ponder on in there.

Philip Van Heusen

Brandon Wolfe has written a philosophical treatise on existence in which he believes that everything is made up. There are no absolutes, and reality is based on what we are taught to believe. In To All That Speak: The Ultimate Guide To Building the Most Updated Existence Awareness, Brandon asserts that all words are nothing more than made-up sounds. All humans start life with a blank slate and our belief system is based on what our mentors teach us. Everything was named and thought of based on faulty mental acrobatics. The only power sounds and symbols hold over us is what we allow them to have. Much of what Brandon says may be considered controversial, such as “for no god has ever existed outside of one’s imagination.” He believes that religion is a horrible abuse and should not be embraced by an enlightened soul. Brandon also believes that morals do not require religion. Brandon aims to restructure understanding so that it can be built on a strong foundation based on our comprehension of how belief is created.

Brandon Wolfe presents a complete volume examining how one understands perceived reality in To All That Speak. Even politics and religion are simply made-up by humans. Brandon attempts to show the difference between what is made up and what simply is. He tries to teach the reader how to discern between absolute truth and what is contrived. I found it interesting that someone who builds a philosophy based on everything being made up even mentions the need for absolute truth. He says absolute truth is a state where everything just is. He also seems to assume that some made-up ideas are acceptable. He concludes that patriotism is about loving your country, while nationalism is believing that your country is superior to all others. Read this book with an open mind and be willing to think through the ramifications.

Doreen Chombu

To All That Speak: The Ultimate Guide to Building the Most Updated Existence Awareness by Brandon Wolfe is a self-awareness book exposing the truth of what is real and what is made up concerning our human existence. Our speech and language have evolved differently in all parts of the world. The sounds we make with our mouths create what we call words. These made-up words are the basis for most of the things we know. We have created religion, politics, and morals that govern our lives centered on these words and the meanings we associate with them. These elements define who we are and what we believe. But we must ask ourselves how much of what we know is made up. This book aims to answer this question and to provide a clear distinction between what is true and what is made up. When we find the solution to these questions, it will be easy for us to resolve conflicts, and there will be no need for political, religious, ethnic, or regional disputes.

To learn something new and different from what you have been raised to believe, you need to have an open mind. To understand To All That Speak, a person should put aside all their beliefs and be prepared to process new information about their existence. Brandon Wolfe raises valid arguments about our speech, the meaning of words, and language. He connects his concepts to our beliefs and morals perfectly. This book is well written and organized. I appreciated how the author gradually built up his points and provided a well-constructed discussion. The chapters were flawlessly connected and yet specific to their topic. Read this work and rediscover the reason for mankind's existence.