Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging

An excellent book that I guarantee you will read twice. When I first became aware of the evil permeating our government and the strong probability of a doomsday scenario occurring in my lifetime, I did what many people did: they formed or joined groups. After all, there is safety in numbers; especially with “like-minded” people. I interacted with many groups across the state and watched as they succumbed as time wore on. There were many reasons why the “group” concept fell apart but the real reason is that the concept is flawed.

This book outlines many important concepts and was not what I had expected. The key take away: tribe = community. Building a community takes a much larger effort than building a small group. One fact remains the same: whether your focus is group based or community based, you will face obstacles and attacks.

David DeGerolamo

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2 Responses to Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging

  1. Matt says:

    The local library actually has a copy of this book. I just placed a hold request to pick it up.

  2. Hermit Sister says:

    Just checked my library online, I always check there first, book is also available for Kindle and as an audiobook! Both are available now, got the audio version.

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