Being Human Being

Book 1

Non-Fiction - Autobiography
268 Pages
Reviewed on 07/22/2023
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Reviewed by Foluso Falaye for Readers' Favorite

In Being Human Being, Book One, Ralph B. Bacchus shares his quest to understand who he is, the societies he lived in, and the true nature of the universe. We see Ralph growing up in a third-world village and exploring astronomy, astrology, science, religion, and everything he sees with a deeply inquisitive mind. Ralph also shares details about his different jobs in the USA as an adult. As a pilot instructor, he worked with several people from different backgrounds, learning about their emotions and the assistance they needed while flying. You see what being a pilot is about from Ralph's detailed narrative about his trips and work duties in the air. Ralph reveals he is who he is today due to the different experiences that shaped his being and enriched him mentally.

Ralph's experiences in different life stages are marked by clear indications that reveal him as a man who never strayed too far from his true self. Ralph was always involved in mutually beneficial relationships, adventures, experiments, and critical thinking in childhood and adulthood. Consequently, his life is packed with rich stories the audience can learn from and enjoy. He generously shares them with great attention to detail in the book, whether he's informing readers about the wood-burning stove made of mortar in his childhood village or what the National Transportation Safety Board is responsible for. You should read Being Human Being if you enjoy fun, adventure-filled, immersive, and exceptionally enlightening memoirs that awaken your will to live and be true to your heart's compass. It has inspired me never to stop asking important life questions.