Why does the number 8 symbolize “good fortune” and prosperity to billions of people in China, Japan, and all of Asia? Great for children and Adults alike, the reader will find fascinating facts about the number 8 in this book. Eight in Chinese sounds like “to generate wealth.” Did you know that a license plate in Hong Kong that contained the number 8 sold for over 2 million dollars because the number on the plate symbolizes “easy money?” Another fun fact- this book contains 8 chapters with 8 sentences in each chapter. Each sentence in this book contains exactly 8 words!
Ranging across cultures, it is amazing how often the number 8 appears prominently in scientific observation and religious literature. Is the omnipresence of eight’s power on the planet just a coincidence? The power of 8 envelopes the world everywhere.
Unlock the power of eight and harness the symbolism and science behind this phenomenal number to your advantage in education, business, and in life. Enjoy the infinite possibilities that this paramount number can bring to your classroom, boardroom, living room, and bedroom!
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David’s favorite hobbies include reading, hiking, writing, learning about different cultures and how they connect to each other. His passion for learning about new cultures started when David lived in Japan as a child in the 1980’s. Living in Haiti, Zambia, Switzerland, Morocco, France, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and the Philippines transformed his international experience into a passion for the Arts. It shaped his studies and career as a diplomat. His interest in world culture culminated into a writing career. The first of his published works, “Ending World Poverty: The Elusive Goal of The United Nations Development Program” was copyrighted by the National Library of Canada in 1997.
David J. Nelson earned his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Georgia and he also holds a M.A. in International and Comparative Politics from the University of Ottawa. He currently lives in Brazil with his wife Letty, his son Andre, and his dog Julie. The street address of their home is 8.
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