In his book Dr. King has brought back some important relationship concepts that our society at present has ignored and is not willing to discuss. The concept that mentors not only help our youth grow, mentors are an important conduit for the passing of society's morals into the next generation. Dr. King also brings focus back to the mentors who grow as persons from the act of mentoring, and that mentoring is the cornerstone to a harmonious society.Anthony R. Williams, MBA, Criminal JusticeJust as seedlings obtain nourishment, strength, protection and thrive under the shade of the mighty oak; the gentle cub learns skills of survival under the vigilance of the mighty lion, our children inherit habits, build character, and are carved into upstanding citizens by studying man around them. Being a mentor has two requirements; at one time being a dedicated prot g and now the drive to be a respected mentor. Dr King epitomizes both these pre-requisites and reflects a new type of mentoring; by sharing his story. His book is a wonderful and refreshing take of a journey from prot g to mentor, and then to legend. Afzal Beemath, MD, Physician-Internal Medicine, Wayne State University; Eagle Team Medical Director Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care; Director Palliative Medicine Sinai Grace Hospital Dr. King transcends those who merely speak of helping our children. He is mentoring, teaching, and sharing with our youth by implementing educational and spiritual techniques for the current and future betterment of all. A must read for mentors and students. Joseph F. Dillard, J.D., Attorney at Law
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