About the Author

Mo ben Yakov (pseudonym)
Blurbarian Since December 2008
Name Mo ben Yakov (pseudonym)
Gender Male
My Occupation Analist
My Bio Changing an invective to a nickname.
As a teenager the author was often referred 2 as "the nose".
High sensitivity comes with about 20% of all humans.
Another effect of the Pareto Principle, which is not allway that pleasant.

Consider this: imagine you would sense with your eyes, nose, palate and ears about 3 times more than you do now.

Your brain might be trained to filter excess , but on the other hand this can be very wearisome. Especially when by male genes you have a tendency for lineair thinking (one thing at a time) , contrary to the more female "spherical way of thinking". Now perhaps you get an idea of the amount of noise someone can get.

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
I know my next book will be about small professors
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Karen Armstrong
Frank and Bom
Orson Scott Card
Peter Collett
Bryce Courtenay
John Denver
Tonke Dragt
Albert Einstein
Vijay Eswaran
Mohandas K.. Gandhi
Jan Guillou
Ursula K. Le Guin
Louise L. Hay
Robert A. Heinlein
Frank Herbert
Henk Kuijper
Konrad Lorenz
Mother Teresa
Talbot Mundi
Jerry and Mary Newport
Allan and Barbara Pease
Marshall B. Rosenberg
J.R.R. Tolkien
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
the great transformation
(Dupuis; "R agebol"-series
The book of Tells
The power of One
('read and listen his Lyrics please!'
'her grand oeuvre'
Subtle is the Lord - 'makes sense'
'about Silence'
'need to say no more'
Coq Rouge, ' Templer unmythed'
'her grand oeuvre'
Stranger in a Strange Land
Der Abbau des Menschlichen
'for showing the Rose'
Om - the secret of the Ahbor Valley
Mozart and the Whale
'about men and women'
nonviolent com