Writing Sounding the Drum was a labour of love. They say you do not find your passion in life, that you find yourself and when you do, you can’t help but live your passion. For as long as I can remember I have been a community builder.
In Sounding the Drum, I do my best to define what is essentially undefinable. It’s like trying to define the word “home”. Most of our attempts to do so will result in a definition of a house. Rooms, roof, basement, and windows make up a house, not a home. Not every house is a home. A home is a spirit, something created organically by the people who dwell within.
Though we use the word “community” liberally today, not every group of people in a club, church, city, town or country is a community. They are all groups, yes, but whether or not they are or become a community is a whole other story.
It’s the story I wrote.
Sounding the Drum is more than a story, though. If we can’t define community adequately, we can describe it and this I do in great detail. How does it look, how do the people in a community interact, how does a group become a community, how can you build community? These topics and more are covered in Sounding the Drum.
Have you ever been a part of a group where you were welcomed, respected and loved to just because you were there? Have you ever had the desire to build such a place, a community? >>>>>Big smile.<<<< Then this book is for you.
There is little in life that is as much fun as the experience of being in a community. In fact, the only thing that is more fun than being in a community is being a part of a group evolving into community and you can guide this process when you know how. This book shows you how.
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