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Disappeared: How A People Who Once Lived In A Small Caribbean Village Vanished Without A Historical Trace To Humankind

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Disappeared: How A People Who Once Lived In A Small Caribbean Village Vanished Without A Historical Trace To Humankind

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How does a tiny village of ardent people in the Caribbean basin slowly disappear? It was near perfection. They valued all the essential virtues of humanity and human generosity, ideals, and kindness. Discover the importance of the dynamic contributions made by nearly all of the citizens. Operating solely to ameliorate society, they naturally incorporated the equality and tolerance necessary for a vibrant and free community. What made the village special was that the populace recognized and acknowledged that they were inseparable from nature, an element so essential for the village's prosperity. It was a place where culture, folklore, and heritage reigned. They understood the necessity for rules, ideals, mores, ethics, and even unwritten customs and used them effectively in their daily activities. This story explores the characters, the meanings and essences of their lives and the great loss for humanity that their disappearance caused. This is about the wholeness of their experiences rather than individual achievement. A remarkable village with an impeccable human value that is no longer in existence, it has simply disappeared.

ISBN: 9781088004807

ISBN-10: 9781088004807

Publisher: Martin Matthew

Publication Date: 12/17/2021 - 12:00am

On Sale: 12/17/2021 - 12:00am

Pages: 190

Language: English

Categories

Caribbean & West Indies - Cuba

Popular Culture

Cultural & Ethnic Studies - Caribbean & Latin American Studi