Don’t worry — the Kesslers know that parents can’t possibly be perfect. But they do believe that imperfect parents can raise their children on the foundation of a perfect system: the laws of nature, in particular the principle of causality — that every action causes an equal and opposite reaction. The Kesslers show parents practical ways to teach their kids — from infancy to young adulthood — that negative actions cause negative results, and positive actions cause positive results, equipping them for happy and fulfilling lives at home and beyond. They also show parents how to avoid “the love ambush” — the “you don't love me anymore” line used by children — by letting their children know their role is not to receive love from them but to keep them safe.




Syd Kessler, Canada's top advertising guru, had it all - a loving wife and children, money, and power. From poor, working-class roots, he became president and CEO of Supercorp, a multi-million-dollar company controlling 68 percent of all advertising production in Canada. Kessler was invincible. Yet, after dealing with a serious illness and the death of his mother, this self-made, strong willed millionaire and business tycoon found himself crying one day at the wheel of his car. At that moment, Kessler began a journey to self-realization that took him to the very limits of human understanding and back.


He shares that journey with us in The Perfect System. By using scientific examples, from the original Big Bang theory to chaos theory and a principle called "restriction," Kessler shows readers how to apply the simple, unchanging laws of the universe to their own lives and in doing so find the fulfillment they are searching for. Supported by science but also informed by compassion, this is a radically new system for living well and achieving true and long-lasting fulfillment.

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