To better understand the Hitchhiker's Guide and the agenda of Robert Clancy, one must first know and understand the concept of a soul hitch. This can occur during any interaction, of any size, whereupon your concepts of self, a particular event or of the world itself are changed. Powerful!
We understand the concept well. We had a lot of our own ideas changed when we viewed, "He Named Me Malala." There were a lot of soul hitches during that time!
The included stories are the one's that the author has experienced, via the people that Clancy has run across during his journey. However, he does give the reader the opportunity to be included in further publishing endeavors. These are very uplifting.
If you agree with the idea that the only way to truly live a meaningful life is to be kind to others, then, you will get this book. You will understand the contents and the chances to grow and evolve.
About Robert Clancy:
Robert Clancy is an entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, and author living in the heart of Tech Valley in upstate New York. He is co-founder and Managing Partner of Spiral Design Studio, one of the largest full-service graphic design and web development firms in the Northeast. As early as age six, Robert had immense compassion for humanity. He commits his life to assisting others, whether volunteering, helping them to succeed, or even just offering a friendly smile. Robert is a husband, father, and 4th Degree Master Black Belt Instructor of Tae Kwon Do. Robert Clancy is a dedicated volunteer who completely embodies the spirit of service—a selfless commitment to helping others make a positive difference in the world.
Author: Robert Clancy
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Mohawk Street Press (August 28, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 8 inches
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