To Kill a Poacher: A Psychological Case Study in Empathic Health and Applied Spirituality Thomas C. Wallace

ISBN: 9780595475445

Published: October 7th 2008

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120 pages


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To Kill a Poacher: A Psychological Case Study in Empathic Health and Applied Spirituality  by  Thomas C. Wallace

To Kill a Poacher: A Psychological Case Study in Empathic Health and Applied Spirituality by Thomas C. Wallace
October 7th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 120 pages | ISBN: 9780595475445 | 6.79 Mb

Jake Morgan is a friendly and polite man of adequate intelligence when he is sober. Materially, he provides well for his wife and seven children. But he has a dark side so prevalent that the local law enforcement gives their best effort to captureMoreJake Morgan is a friendly and polite man of adequate intelligence when he is sober. Materially, he provides well for his wife and seven children. But he has a dark side so prevalent that the local law enforcement gives their best effort to capture him. In his small, rural community, the crime Jake commits is more serious than murder.

A lesson in empathy, To Kill A Poacher uses the case study of Jakes life to explain what empathy is and how it develops. Author Thomas C. Wallace provides stories from the Bible that help drive home the lessons that are a mix of psychology and spirituality. He introduces the systematic development of empathy and the three general principles from which such development arises: civility, compassion, and integrity. To illustrate the dynamic qualities of this study, Wallace skillfully feathers his research of Jake, an infamous poacher who lived and died violently in mountainous rural America.

Jake had numerous enemies who wanted to see him dead, especially law enforcement. Wallace tries to determine who was responsible for setting the stage in Jakes murder and what inhibited his safety. Birds have sanctuaries. Where was Jakes sanctuary?



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