The Human Mechanic is a view of the societal challenges which impact the lives of millions every day. Social inequities, within contemporary society, marginalize people daily. The Human Mechanic is intended to enlighten society about the value of formal education, how to use said education, and what potentially occurs without education. The author discusses the issue of obesity and the impact it has on modern culture, as well as the philosophies surrounding this concern. The book is intended to be provocative and assist people to use their intellect and ponder the very issues contained within these pages and then view their immediate environment, in order to make their own informed assessment. The ultimate focus is to allow people to see that all human beings can be agents of change. The intent of this book can be analogous to the fishing metaphor. If you feed someone a fish, they can eat for a day. However, if you teach someone how to fish, they can eat for a lifetime. This book is a meal for a lifetime.
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