Mesa, AZ – In a compelling call to action, Chet Shupe’s latest book, “Rediscovering the Wisdom of Human Nature,” challenges readers to confront the stark reality of our disconnection from Nature. Published in 2022, the book delves into the essence of what it means to be human and the critical need to realign with our natural instincts for the sake of our happiness and survival.
“Via the wisdom of human nature—our instincts, our spirits, our souls, whatever you prefer to call it—we are here to celebrate life by taking care of it,” states Shupe. His book is a profound exploration of how modern society’s reliance on manmade laws and systems has led us astray from truly celebrating and taking care of life.
Shupe’s work is a clarion call for readers to recognize the degradation of our lives and habitat resulting from our separation from Nature. He argues that our happiness and survival hinge on trusting our human spirit—our innate wisdom and emotional intelligence—over artificial systems of accountability, such as monetary and legal frameworks.
The book emphasizes the need for women to regain spiritual authority through sisterhoods, trusting in communal bonds rather than the promises of men or the institutions they have created. This, Shupe suggests, is essential for forming secure families and nurturing future generations.
“Rediscovering the Wisdom of Human Nature” is filled with thought-provoking quotes that resonate with the reader’s core:
– “Modern life is not fit for humans. Modern life, in fact, is a desert for the soul.”
– “In essence, it is our feelings that are the very stuff of consciousness.”
– “You can take human beings out of Nature, but you can’t take Nature out of human beings.”
Recognized by the Online Philosophy Club as the book of the month in March 2023, Shupe’s work is gaining attention for its philosophical depth and relevance to contemporary issues. The discussion can be followed on the Online Philosophy Club forum.
The book has garnered reviews from notable sources such as the Pacific Book Review and the US Review of Books, with additional insights available on the author’s website, SpiritualFreedomPress.com, and further discussions on the Online Book Club.
Target audiences for “Rediscovering the Wisdom of Human Nature” include those disillusioned with modern life, as well as individuals interested in evolutionary psychology, philosophy, psychology, theology, politics, history, and science.
About Chet Shupe:
Chet Shupe is an author residing in Mesa, Arizona, whose work explores the intersection of human nature and societal structures. His writings advocate for a return to the wisdom that has guided humans through the ages, proposing a shift in how we perceive and interact with the world.
For more information about “Rediscovering the Wisdom of Human Nature,” visit the website, https://www.spiritualfreedompress.com/.