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Five Reading Series on Kindle Vella
Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev
- Order of Reading
- About the Contents
- First Batch of Releases
- Second Batch of Releases
- The First 33 Episodes
- Related Booklets
- Release Notes
Thumoslang is a formal language for efficient communication in complex collaboration. It can be used to change a person’s worldview with just a few sentences. Created in 2017 by Nickantony Quach, it is the new “technology” for speeding up the benefit of every conversation. With Thumoslang, members of any group can achieve the group’s mission faster, regardless of the group’s size.
If you want to become an expert in any field, you must first learn how to speak its nomenclature, a formal vocabulary in a single naming system. Chemists could not do their job without a vast understanding of the nomenclature for chemical elements. The nomenclature allows them to have a matching understanding of the names and basic information surrounding the elements. By having the same understanding of terms, you don’t waste time with linguistic ambiguity and can disclose information in a manner that isn’t subject to interpretation.
If you’re going to become an expert in Social Life, you must first master Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social life. Expertise in Thumoslang means matching understanding under challenging conversations and thus prevention of unwanted drama. Thumoslang is perfect for family repair, relationship mending, and life coaching.
The suffix -lang gives it away as a language; Thumoslang can help the life of anyone who uses it because, as a vocabulary, it is a philosophy with no rules, and therefore a philosophy that does not interfere with the way anyone chooses to live their life.
To facilitate more people becoming experts in this field than ever before, the Quach & Mustafayev Group, the operator of the YouTube channel Ri4CTV, produces five different reading series, known collectively as the Thumoslang Pentalogy, made available on Amazon’s Kindle Vella.
By mid to late July 2021, Thumoslang Pentalogy will be available to readers in the Kindle iOS app and Amazon.com. Included in the Kindle Vella Library are the following five Thumoslang reading series:
- Thumoslang Stories
- Practical Guide to Thumoslang
- Thumoslang at Work
- Thumoslang Philosophy
- Personal Startup Using Thumoslang
The first three episodes in each series are free of charge. Check them out on Amazon’s Kindle Vella.
Herein T3 is the abbreviation for Thumoslang; T3penta thus stands for Thumoslang Pentalogy. Included in the Kindle Vella Library are the following five Thumoslang reading series, produced by the Quach & Mustafayev Group (QMG).
- Thumoslang Stories (T3S1)
- Practical Guide to Thumoslang (T3S2)
- Thumoslang at Work (T3S3)
- Thumoslang Philosophy (T3S4)
- Personal Startup Using Thumoslang (T3S5)
Each series is an endless sequence of episodes. All episodes released within the same month make up a single batch of releases. QMG schedule them all before the month begins.
The first batch is available to readers in the Kindle iOS app and Amazon.com by mid to late July 2021.
You should read the five series in parallel. After reading a few episodes in one, switch to another series in the pentalogy. That is, read the entire batch of releases before moving on to the next one.
For those new to Thumoslang, it’s a philosophy with no rules. That’s why it does not tell you how to live your life. It is simply a collection of countless thumbnail definitions used to express your ideals so clearly that others know how to avoid interfering with your life and respect you fully. After all, they could not love you if they did not know how to respect you. Therefore, if you want others to love you effectively, express yourself using Thumoslang. The suffix -lang gives it away as a language, but technically it is a nomenclature whose mission is social clarity and whose objective is people having matching understanding.
If you want people around you to love you, teach them Thumoslang.
To get started, use the Thumoslang Pentalogy, which depicts a systematic yet comprehensive approach to discharging the power of one’s philosophy while preventing unwanted drama in life. With Thumoslang, the user thus utilizes the immense power that language holds to realize at the highest speed possible their ideals and, therefore, what they truly want to become. “Everything else is secondary,” said Steve Jobs.
The first series, Thumoslang Stories, typically consists of two people having a philosophical discussion. That is the best way to demonstrate Thumoslang. For example, it’s hard to internalize the definition of success before reading the first episode, An Important Walk.
In parallel, the second series, Practical Guide to Thumoslang, aims to take a deep dive and analyze social interactions using Thumoslang. Often, the interactions studied in this series are second looks at situations that occurred in Thumoslang Stories.
As the title implies, episodes of the third series, Thumoslang at Work, show the results of putting Thumoslang to use in your personal life. These episodes frequently demonstrate true stories of people improving their lives, from solving conflicts at work to resolving long-term drama in their families.
The fourth series, Thumoslang Philosophy, portrays Thumoslang in its most unfiltered form. For people more equipped with using Thumoslang, who would like to learn the more advanced aspects of it, or who would rather learn outside of the lens of a story or its analysis, this series is perfect.
Finally, the fifth series, Personal Startup Using Thumoslang, is what you’re looking for if you’re in a rush to figure out how to start improving your life using Thumoslang. Episodes of this series provide the reader with Thumoslang tasks to try in the real world to benefit their lives.
“Because of the tangible rules in other philosophies, they hold people back,” said Carlos, a high school student who plays the key role in the second episode of the Thumoslang Stories, A Fantasy on Mars.
“It does not help with the fact that these rules are judged by outsiders, by those who are not into those rules,” said Carlos. “When more and more people are exposed to Thumoslang, they’re going to realize how restrictive and controlling other philosophies are. When they realize the power of no rules from Thumoslang, they’re going to utilize it. People like to be free. They don’t like to be told what to do. A philosophy that allows them to be themselves; be the best self they can be, without following a direct set of rules, who doesn’t want that? I realize the potential of Thumoslang. I’m hoping that when more people get a hold of this, it will skyrocket.”
Remember, if you want people around you to love you, teach them Thumoslang.
Herein T3 is the abbreviation for Thumoslang. By the first of August 2021, the reader should have access to all Thumoslang episodes released in the previous month. The first batch of releases include the following:
- The first five (5) episodes in Thumoslang Stories (T3S1)
- The first four (4) episodes in Practical Guide to Thumoslang (T3S2)
- The first five (5) episodes in Thumoslang at Work (T3S4)
- The first five (5) episodes in Thumoslang Philosophy (T3S4)
- The first five (5) episodes in Personal Startup Using Thumoslang (T3S5)
Reading episodes in the first series of the Thumoslang Pentalogy are stories; second, guides; third, cases, as in use cases; fourth, blocks, as in building blocks; and fifth, courses, as in courses of a meal.
The five stories in T3S1 are (1) An Important Walk, (2) A Fantasy on Mars, (3) A New Subject in School, (4) A Foretaste of Love, (5) Business of the Self.
The four guides in T3S2 are (1) Your Superpower, (2) Discharging Your Power, (3) How to Match Understanding, and (4) The Big Picture First.
The five cases in T3S3 are (1) Your Ideals Matter, (2) A Family Repaired, (3) A New Friendship, (4) Black Mountain of Social Life, and (5) Deal With It.
The five blocks in T3S4 are (1) Matching Understanding, (2) Reputation After Death, (3) A New Nomenclature, (4) The Law of Love, and (5) Can Trust Be Trusted?
The five courses in T3S5 are (1) A Startup for Your Ideals, (2) Change Life in 20 Sentences, (3) Reciprocation Not Reciprocity, (4) Your Life Departments, and (5) Family by Design.
The first three episodes in each series are free of charge. Check them out on Amazon’s Kinddle Vella.
The Quach & Mustafayev Group (QMG) releases the following episodes for the Thumoslang Pentalogy in August 2021:
- At least three more stories for T3S1: (1) A Video Letter, (2) Ahead of History, and (3) A Child Empowered.
- At least three more guides for T3S2: (1) The Origin of Thumoslang, (2) What a Catch!, and (3) Relation Over Service.
- At least three more cases for T3S3: (1) Victory for Humanity, (2) Respect for Disrespect, and (3) First Encounter With Love.
The first batch of releases in July has 24 episodes. The second batch in August has at least nine (9) more. Together they make up the first 33 episodes in the pentalogy. They address questions such as those presented in the next section.
The following highlights the first 33 episodes in the Thumoslang Pentalogy. They are available on Amazon’s Kindle Vella at the latest by September 2021. They address questions such as those presented below.
Why do conversations often fail us? What’s the best way to avoid its pitfalls systematically? In the fifth series, Personal Startup Using Thumoslang (T3S5), the third episode, Reciprocation Not Reciprocity, addresses these questions. [Ref:11]
Why do many friends leave us after a few years? In Thumoslang at Work (T3S3), Black Mountain of Social Life answers the question. [Ref:12]
What’s the best way to create a group of friends lasting longer? A Startup for Your Ideals, the first episode in T3S5, offers an answer. [Ref:13]
What is a relationship? What are its components? The story A New Subject in School provides the answer. In the series Practical Guide to Thumoslang (T3S2), Relation Over Service explains further. [Ref: 14 & 15]
How could one use Thumoslang to do family repair or relationship mending within a few weeks? In T3S3, A Family Repaired provides the answer. In Thumoslang Stories, the episode A Video Letter explains further. [Ref: 15 & 16]
Why is a family necessary for a good life? How could one design a perfect family? In T3S5, Family by Design answers these questions. [Ref:17]
What is love? What is the result of loving? The story A Foretaste of Love answers these questions directly. [Ref:21]
How does love work? What is its fundamental prerequisite? In Thumoslang Philosophy (T3S4), The Law of Love answers these questions. Your Ideals Matter in T3S3 explains further. [Ref: 22 & 23]
How should one discharge the power of love systematically? What are the four elements of love? In T3S3, First Encounter With Love has the answer. Respect for Disrespect in T3S3 involves the first element of love in its presentation. [Ref: 24 & 25]
What is success? Why do most people know only its perceived meaning but not its objective meaning? The story An Important Walk offers an answer. [Ref:31]
What is leadership? Why do most people know only its perceived meaning but not its objective meaning? The story Ahead of History gives you a heads-up. In T3S2, What a Catch explains further. [Ref: 32 & 33]
What is life? What is existence? In Thumoslang Philosophy, Reputation After Death answers these questions directly. [Ref:41]
How does one know which project in life to focus on first? Both the story Business of the Self and the course Your Life Departments have the answer. [Ref: 42 & 43]
How to counterbalance self-serving bias? What is a second mind? Deal With It in T3S3 answers. [Ref:44]
What is power? How to use it? In T3S2, the first two episodes, Your Superpower and Discharging Your Power, have the complete answer. The fourth episode, The Big Picture First, explains further. [Ref: 51, 52 & 53]
How could one use Thumoslang to change another person’s worldview in a few sentences? In T3S5, Change Life in 20 Sentences has an answer. [Ref:61]
How could a child in third grade discharge the power of Thumoslang against his father? The story A Child Empowered explains in detail. [Ref:62]
What is a nomenclature? What makes it powerful? The story A Fantasy on Mars has an answer. A New Nomenclature in T3S4 explains further. [Ref: 71 & 72]
What is the objective of a nomenclature? How does it work? Matching Understanding in T3S4 and How to Match Understanding in T3S2 provide the answer. [Ref: 73 & 74]
How did Thumoslang come about? Who created or discovered it? In T3S2, The Origin of Thumoslang answers these questions. [Ref:92]
How is Thumoslang created? In T3S4, Can Trust Be Trusted? has an answer. [Ref:93]
Who are the first two full-time students of Thumoslang? A New Friendship in T3S3 introduces two. [Ref:94]
What’s the ultimate mission of Thumoslang? For the answer in T3S3, read the episode Victory for Humanity. [Ref:95]
Presented on this webpage is a single booklet introducing Thumoslang Pentalogy. The booklets listed below provide further information.
Revised at 8:14:32 AM on 7/6/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and, when appropriate, updated in print. Use the following link for the latest version of this document
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