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100 STEPS NECESSARY FOR SURVIVAL IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGEby: R.M. Soccolich
“An effort must be made to create a tough yet pliable skin.” This quote might indeed be called the motif of R.M. Soccolich’s “the 100 Steps Necessary for Survival In the Global Village.”
“An effort must be made to create a tough yet pliable skin.” This quote might indeed be called the motif of R.M. Soccolich’s “the 100 Steps Necessary for Survival In the Global Village.” This sassy, humorous and sometimes self- conscious work tackles the problems of an increasingly individualistic society.
Succolich warns that a society which is to succeed must heed the traditions of those of ancestrial times. Indeed, as the African proverb says, “it takes a village to raise a child,” Succolich is concerned about how a society can survive if it does not listen to all of the voices especially those of the children. He compels us to re-examine what is normal in a an inhumane society. He leads us to re-think those things which we take for granted; the dress code; the constrictions of adulthood, what we see on talk shows or even on the bathroom walls.
He talks about how unifying a global village means accepting every nation and race; he describes what it means to let go of the pseudo-power that we are given over others in our daily lives; how we can be like music which is both dissonant and harmonious; how “in ancient society the village facilitated as an extended family; he reminds us that “we are ancestry, we are lineage and we are family.” get this book.
Publisher: Seaburn Publishing Group
Publish Date: May 8, 2007
Page Count: 112 pages