The book describes two distinct systems: System One - this is an imaginary character representing the intuitive portion of the mind. System Two - this is an imaginary character representing the slow thinking processes of the mind. Despite the fact that these two systems have distinctive functions, they do work together to help people assess their surroundings and guide them during the decision-making process.
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Essentials of the Islamic Faith is a selection from some of the speeches M. Fethullah Gülen has given to large audiences over a life-time of dedicated service. In these speeches, he explains the principal elements of Islamic belief - belief in the existence and unity of God; in resurrection and the day of judgment; in divine scriptures and other familiar themes of Islamic discourse.
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The central theme of the work is the belief that everyone is able to handle the obstacles that come with life even though we can't necessarily control everything about life. While we may not be in charge of the circumstances, it is possible to always be in command of ourselves and how we choose to respond to the challenges presented. Living by the principles of Stoicism means individuals deliberately control themselves in the face of obstacles which in turn strengthens willpower and confidence.