(PRWEB) April 25, 2016
Wallace Rushing, an IT professional, devoted writer and author, has completed his new book “Mason Dixon: A view from an office cube: Painful Insights on Race, Religion and Sex”: a gripping and potent book that details a story about race, equality, courage and acceptance.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Wallace Rushing’s emotional work portrays the beauty of life and self-worth.
Doug’s questioning on why things were the way they were would only lead to a journey of finding out that a majority of people are only byproducts of their own environments. Life changing events, professional setbacks and at times death of Family and loved ones led to this young man to realize that one gets out of life what they put in it. And once the dust is settled, race, politics, sex and religion, though these systems play major roles in the majority of the way most people interact with each other, can also handicap human beings in such a way that it can stifle the development of human beings. Doug’s interactions and lessons learned will prove to anyone that though we may have advanced technically and scientifically, social development has not changed much. The climate that most people are in today and how they interact with others in some cases are archaic. His early view of the world and people would be challenged to such a degree that this young man from the back roads of North Carolina was given no choice but to begin looking deeply at his self and his own negative convictions of people and other cultures. Cultures that were once alien, soon become somewhat clear and from them, he is able to make growth in his own self development and apply it in his everyday life.
At times there are some books that come along that can help establish dialogue across racial barriers in hopes that a group can really sit down and discuss their differences openly without conflict. Discussions on these subjects are still taboo to be discussed openly and regarded at times inappropriate in certain settings. One will find that “Mason Dixon” is a conversation piece that will spark that dialogue on these items, in hopes that people can look at themselves before judging others.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase“Mason Dixon: A view from an office cube: Painful Insights on Race, Religion and Sex” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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