It pays to be informed regardless of how important the knowledge seems. Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope by Fritznel Octave aims to provide readers with a thorough understanding of the country.
How much do you know about the history of Haiti?
Haiti often unjustly receives the shortest ends of people’s opinions and representation. The country’s characterized as this helpless and poverty-stricken nation without any initiative to learn deeper about its rich history and current treasury. Despite its proximity to the rest of America and the familiarity of its name, Haiti remains relatively shrouded in mystery.
You might not know this about the country, but it was once one of the wealthiest islands in the world. With its abundance of resources and the vitality of its people, labor was a significant factor contributing to Haiti’s triumph. But as time passed, unemployment increased, and the country experienced a downfall and is now one of the poorest countries in the world. This movement might seem irrelevant to others at first glance, but other governing bodies can find solutions to their problems by learning about it.
To understand this economic downfall, people must first learn about Haiti’s historical events.
But with the country’s vast and complex progression, where does one start?
A Book Covering Most of Haiti’s Complex History
August is a special month for the Haitians, marking the beginning of the country’s revolution. This month in 1791, the enslaved people of the French colony revolted against their circumstances, eventually leading to the abolishment of slavery and the creation of Haiti.
August to Haiti is what July is to the Americans. It serves as their independence day and marks their freedom from the shackles tying them down. Hence, it’s ReadersMagnet’s honor to feature a book that encompasses the country’s rich history and progression. Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope by Fritznel Octave provides a unique understanding of the country’s economic woes.
In discontentment with the fact that Haiti only becomes relevant when calamities hit, the book corrects every misconception surrounding its name. Fritznel Octave clarifies that there is more to the nation than these negative perceptions and tragedies. It reintroduces the Haitians as courageous, resilient, imaginative, and generous. It draws an image of the land ridden with unrealized opportunities and its people’s untapped potential. The book takes readers deeper into Haiti’s lands beyond the flashy news of violence and poverty.
Fritznel Octave ensures that the country will have been reborn at the end of his material, and its true worth will be realized.
What Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope Strives to Aim
As the nation is filled with unfinished business, Fritznel Octave pinpoints hope for Haiti’s future. Although the author mainly discusses the problems afflicting the country, he hasn’t failed to mention possible solutions that would revive it back to its glory. Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope isn’t simply a call for everyone to better appreciate and help Haiti. It’s also a wake-up call and inspiration for these hardworking Haitians to believe there will be a better tomorrow.
Fritznel Octave highlights the nation’s need for better governing power, educational opportunities, and infrastructure. Above all else, these improve their chances of redefining their place and correcting the image people paint around Haiti. Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope balances the country’s troublesome past and what they can do now to improve their future.
About the Author, Fritznel Octave
To help and fight for Haiti’s progress, Fritznel Octave embarked on a journey of literary revolution in his book. As an inspirational speaker with extensive experience developing leaders, Fritznel incorporates his usual coaching and speech content in his book. He hopes his knowledge about reforming and growing people’s mindset will help Haiti liberate itself from the past and realize what it can become.
Fritznel Octave is a veteran journalist, an inspirational speaker, and a teacher for people seeking growth in the insurance field. But above everything, he is a native of Haiti who wants to see his homeland progress again. Among his multiple advocacies and beliefs, Fritznel firmly believes that within everyone is a potential waiting to be unleashed, and the Haitians aren’t an exception.