The original Thumos textbook (OTB) is the book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, written by Nickantony Quach and Mark Canny. Ri4C published it before Mark graduated from college in 2017. The hardcover edition is available at Barnes & Noble, whereas the paperback edition is available on Amazon.com.
 The book (pictured) features the first falsifiable definition of love. Watch the video [The First Falsifiable Definition of Love | NDBaker93 Thumoslang105 | S8E3](v=OSCNS21nGwQ). The original Thumos textbook does what most parents could not do. It objectively explains love and its elements and shows you how to appropriately discharge all elements of love.
 Chapter Six spells out how to properly discharge all the elements of love in coordination with the four steps of reciprocation. The falsifiable secret of love, unknown to humanity before 2017, gives rise to Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social life.
 According to Jonathan Kwee, the OTB has “very good content, but it is missing a heart, [as many technical textbooks are].” This book, Thumoslang on the Run (OTR), is the missing heart. Norman D. Baker ensured that the OTR brings up as much emotion as the OTB does logic. “Things make more sense with a good balance between logic and emotion,” Mark Canny would say.
 Refugees, students, and those still searching for a new life may get by with only one of the two books, but their sponsors–teachers, parents, and mentors–need to have this book and the original Thumos textbook.
 Chapter 40, The Shortest Nonfiction, already introduced the three concepts of adulthood, love, and collaboration. To turn a man into a human, you must be able to explain each concept, its elements, and how to discharge its power. The original Thumos textbook shows you how. Furthermore, it answers many consequential questions like; why could people not love those who did not understand and cross the threshold of unvarnished adulthood?