STAY COOL: The Philosophy of Being Destitute Mark Pucci

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Published: November 14th 2007

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132 pages


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STAY COOL: The Philosophy of Being Destitute  by  Mark Pucci

STAY COOL: The Philosophy of Being Destitute by Mark Pucci
November 14th 2007 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 132 pages | ISBN: | 8.33 Mb

Stay Cool is perhaps a polemic. Better yet, it is the song of the underprivileged. Either way, here is a book that mixes both of these elements celebrating only those things which are vital to our happiness. Indolent and content, Mark PucciMoreStay Cool is perhaps a polemic. Better yet, it is the song of the underprivileged. Either way, here is a book that mixes both of these elements celebrating only those things which are vital to our happiness.

Indolent and content, Mark Pucci thoroughly enjoys a bohemian lifestyle. Elevating art above the superficiality of materialism, he leads a humble life filled with the wealth of poetry, music, family and friends. Yet all of this is threatened after a conversation with a wealthy eccentric who lives vicariously through Marks talent as a writer. Seduced by the prospect of making some extra money, unable to afford to fix a nagging toothache, Pucci is tempted by the prospects of fame.

From the recurrence of the shadowy young kid who reminds him to stay cool to the many episodic events that unfold throughout the story, he is constantly drawn inward. Perhaps the most surprising part comes at the end in Puccis efforts to bring love to two lonely individuals while in the wake of his own self-discovery. His achievement is the ability to focus beauty on the ordinary gifts we commonly take for granted all across America.



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