Michael Bassey Johnson
Michael Bassey Johnson (born April 20th 1994) is a progressive author, poet, dramatist, philosopher, nature enthusiast, and pioneer of the Kurious Observer movement. As a versatile and unconventional writer and thinker, Michael's writings are centered around nature, human psychology, motivation, success, art, dreams, and the collective human experience.
Books by Michael Bassey Johnson
Night of a Thousand Thoughts is a conglomeration of ideas, insights, and opinions on various subjects from different writers. In this book, independent authors, Michael Bassey Johnson, Bernadette Watkins, and John Joclebs Bassey embark on a journey within their hearts, to search for indelible truths, ranging from zen wisdom, life lessons, witty ramblings, to a friendly rendition of poems and thought-provoking philosophies.
Non Fiction > Inspirational
The Oneironaut’s Diary is a treatise on the dream traveler’s experience. It delves into parapsychological phenomena, such as out of body experience, lucid dreams, premonitory dreams and clairvoyance. It features notable dream travelers in history, such as Nostradamus, Nikola Tesla, Martin Luther King Jr., Alan Poe, The Wright Brothers, Harriet Tubman, Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash, etc., who were able to tap into and discover incredibly fascinating ideas, spiritual truths, and sacred knowledge from dreams.
Non Fiction > Religion and Spirituality
Why do people doubt their abilities? Is self-confidence pride? Why do most people think they are not good enough? Why do a majority of students hate school? Why is earning a degree such a big deal? Do students know why they are in school? Why are some schoolteachers hard to deal with?
Non Fiction > Inspirational
Song of a Nature Lover is an exquisite collection of inspired thoughts (short poems and esoteric musings) that presents the mysteriousness and intricacies of Mother Nature, and how we the Earthmen decode it. It captures the soul, the imagination and the senses, while at the same time reflect on the words and wisdom of the poet about the wealth and splendor of the flora and fauna.
Fiction > Poetry
In this short, witty, satirical, and humorous play, Michael takes his time to write about a great deal of things other writers would probably shy away from; from a randy African prophet with a voracious sexual appetite, to hookers in the red light district chattering on about labia elongation and their experiences in the sex industry.
Fiction > Humor
The infinity or the horizontally-flipped figure eight sign is a famous symbol that represents immortality, unboundedness and infinite potential. In ancient India and Tibet, it depicts perfection, and the unity and dualism between male and female just like Yin and Yang. It is also associated with the Ouroboros of ancient Egypt which symbolizes the cyclic and infinite nature of the universe.
Non Fiction > Love & Relationships