"The cover of To All That Speak perfectly illustrates its entire idea. It's safe to say that the cover is an ideal pictorial representation of the idea that spoken or written word, or 'lung puff,' as the author prefers to call it, is king because all social constructs or conditioning emanate from it. I love the progression of the book. Brandon Wolfe starts off the concept that formed the discourse in this book from a generic perspective (the perspective of existence), and as the book progresses, he brilliantly narrows down the conversation to discuss particular facets of life, which include religion and politics. The ideas are not scattered all over the place; they flow sequentially. Also, the author provides a perfect model approach to engaging humans on issues regarding the origin of human existence, religion, and politics. It's a great model that will foster effective communication and build understanding. Brandon Wolfe succeeded in simplifying complex concepts in this book, and readers with an open mind will undoubtedly have a great time reading this information-packed book. Readers looking to explore a different viewpoint on the origin of human existence, the importance of words, and the purpose of life should pick up this book."
"To All That Speak is a trailblazing look at the power words have over us as humans. Brandon has had an epiphany and believes that all words are made up. This simple, yet profound realization has changed his life forever and this book explores how it can change your life as well. Brandon breaks down all languages to their basic components of "hand scribbles" and "lung puffs." He goes on to detail three ways that understanding these notions can improve us, the people around us, and society as a whole. If we can all grasp the concept of language as having been made up, then that would impact three key aspects unique to humans: our existence, religion, and politics. Brandon's revolutionary idea is unparalleled but has at its core a fact that every one of us should be acquainted with. Brandon uses wit to make his revelation as enjoyable as it is significant. He has a real knack for seeing the comic side of an otherwise serious topic. If everyone could grasp the important life lessons it teaches, the world would be a much better place."