Reuel-Azriel’s 1325 Ways to Be A Master Instead of A Free Slave

Now that the political Charades, are over, and collectively our at-fault drivers are in our rearview. Let’s
drive into 2021with a smart phone full of audiobooks or a hard back as our front seat passenger. This
brand new year is going to be preoccupied and possessed with thrilling, mysterious, an even self-help
worthy reads that will make you forget the current events of 2020. He’s not a big-name author he is
preparing to wow his readers; with this small glimpse it is my belief that he is already a
best-selling author of 2021. His debut is generating major buzz, too.

It seems right that a book of quotations should start with one. Especially one that reminds us of who we
are in times of uncertainty. The duality between slave and master has been present from creation. Our ages
have been a battle between political upheaval, racial injustice, and prejudices that pasteurizes an
intolerance for a progressive and diverse civilization. The book begins by discussing how to define one’s
self in life. To “Know Thy Self” is to have a unique confirmation of self and individualism in separation
from class, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, and age. Which inevitably creates an idealist of an archetype
of a maestro. This is a unique pilgrimage for finding your life’s destiny, and it illustrates the rationale of
the systematic ideas and methods of insuring the master/slave relationship for a lifetime. The book helps
excavate and perform an exorcism to the economic game of slavery, as a business, and the slave as a
victim of chattel. But also slavery as a debauchery, cross-breeding, inter-racial rape and mental
conditioning of a negroid race; considered to be sub-human. A free slave therefore is a pawn in the overall
system of slavery because he believes that he is free. The book helps rebuild self-esteem in a message
promoting, and aiming to become a master of one’s humanism.