Sunday, February 26

A story about "Life Out of Context"

by Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley is a wonderful writer. His Easy Rawlins series has entertained me for years.

This little book (about 100pp) is a journal of sorts. Walter explores why he feels out of context, why the world seems to be out of context, and what we can do to get it back in context. He shows that even creative, talented people feel out of place and wonder what is wrong with them when things don’t seem to go right. As a creative person he also realizes that it’s not him who is out of context, it’s the world.

He explains that the older generation needs to show confidence in and support of the younger generation and the younger generations need to use the talents and experience of the older generation to really make a difference in the world and making a difference is possible.

Great read!

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