Harmony and Contrast, the Female Impact (book I)
Peter Young, like any idealistic adolescent, is convinced that if everybody thinks and behaves like him, the world will be a lot better. Indeed, he admits that the right attitude to have should be to go to school and maintain an "A" average; to have a set of values to live or die for; to believe that society is a continuum, an amalgamation of intelligent beings communicating their endless experiences to one another, which should be the seeds of global hope and fellowship. Yet, he finds out that he rubs others the wrong way, who profess different beliefs claiming to be more down-to-earth. He meets along the way with animosity, violence, despair and hatred, until, by a stroke of luck, he stumbles on boundless love and generosity.
- Paperback | 462 pages
- 148.08 x 209.8 x 27.94mm | 730.28g
- 14 Dec 2012
- London, United Kingdom