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Say Goodbye to Doomsday

Written by: Stephanie K. L. Lam

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Book Synopsis

Is it true that you're exhausted because you feel overwhelmed by the state of the world? Are you ready to break the downward spiral? Given that this is valid, then, this moment is the perfect open door to communicate goodbye to doomsday and embrace a really encouraging future time. This book offers an aide for how we can deal with the best troubles inside late memory and make a world that is doable, just, and sure. In "Say Goodbye to Doomsday," author Stephanie K.L. Lam offers a refreshing and optimistic perspective on the biggest challenges facing humanity today. From climate change to global pandemics, from inequality to political polarization, it's easy to become overwhelmed by the problems we face. But this book argues that there is reason for hope. Drawing on the latest research and cutting-edge innovations, the author shows how we can rise to the challenges of our time and create a brighter future for ourselves and future generations. From renewable energy to regenerative agriculture, from personalized medicine to space exploration, the book showcases the incredible progress that is being made in a wide range of fields. But this is not just a book about solutions; it's also about mindset. The author argues that we need to shift our perspective from one of fear and despair to one of curiosity and optimism. By doing so, we can tap into our innate resilience and creativity, and find new ways to tackle even the toughest problems. So if you're tired of the constant doom and gloom, if you're ready to embrace a brighter future, then this book is for you. It's time to say goodbye to doomsday and join the movement for a better world.

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Stephanie K.L. Lam has written and published a series of books, including the Get-a-job series Trilogy and English and Chinese Communication Models for Today's Executives, Learn English the Native Speaker Way, and The 21st Century New Millennials. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong with an honors degree and took her Post-graduate Certificate in Education there. She then studied a Post-secondary Certificate course in Fine Arts at the Hong Kong Baptist University where she received a scholarship for having secured first place. In 2011 she attained a Master’s degree in Language Studies specializing in Linguistics from the City University of Hong Kong. For many years, she has taken up writing in the Chinese and English languages as her full-time career, teaching English part-time. She was an English instructor at the Institute of Active Ageing, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where she taught English courses designed for today's needs. She was one of the translators for the English edition of the Encyclopedia of Buddhist Arts authorized by Venerable Master Hsing Yun, founder of Taiwan’s Fo Guang Shan (Buddha’s Light Mountain). This was the first-ever grand collection of Buddhist Arts globally. She has translated articles from Fo Guang Shan and Venerable Master Hsing Yun into English, the talk by Professor Emeritus Lewis Lancaster into Chinese, and descriptions of exhibitions at the Fo Guang Yuan Art Gallery, Hong Kong Fo Guang Vihara, into English. She has translated a book called ‘Under the Big Tree’, also commissioned by Fo Guang Shan, into English, and published as a bilingual book. Other translation work includes translating newsletters for Fo Guang Shan Toronto into English and scholarly articles for Fo Guang Shan Australia Nan Tien Temple and Nan Tien Institute’s academic journal Studies on Humanistic Buddhism. She has been one of the translators of the Hong Kong team of translators for translating Fo Guang Dictionary of Buddhism into English almost since the beginning of the project, which was about eight years ago.

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