1. Rochelle Carr Burns passionately illustrates that desire to contribute that underlies our collective humanness. She pulls from the guts, minds, and hearts of those who have brought their purposes to life and inspires the reader to act. Your Must is a timely call to the human race to follow that knowing little voice that screams, "I can make a difference!" This is a Must read for every human being. Kim Maynard, PhD, author of Healing Communities in Conflict, (sent from Afghanistan).
2. Rochelle Carr Burns has the enviable ability to turn scholarly research into everyday easy to read language. Her use of examples from everyday people and history makers makes this book personal, practical, and inspirational. Johanna H. Stuckey, PhD, Professor Emerita, author of Women's Spirituality
3. Rochelle Carr Burns' book encourages us to achieve our personal goals, our Must, in my case, to help those less fortunate than ourselves. The ideals of the Commonwealth, which my current work supports, could be described as its Must for its efforts to assist the disadvantaged people of developing countries achieve their true potential. Robert Newell LVO, Director-General, Royal Over-Seas League, London, UK.
4. Any book that helps awaken the soulful radical, that is, the earthy social and political roots of our lives, communities, our earth-nations, is a good book. This one provides one of those root thresholds. Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D. Author of audio series, The Dangerous Old Woman: Myths and Stories of the Wise Woman Archetype.
5. Dr. Rochelle Carr Burns has written beautifully about the very best of the human spirit as we seek our individual destiny. She uses compelling stories from the past and those along her own journey to leave you knowing you can make a difference in the lives of others. This is a Must Read for those interested in leadership, self-development, and service. President Roger H. Sublett, PhD, Union Institute & University.