By Simone Augustus, Corporate Communications Officer
On Monday, January 15, 2024, Mrs. Carol Daniel, wife of Dr. Eugene Daniel, proudly presented her husband’s latest literary achievement to Dr. Colwick Wilson, President of the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC). The book titled, “Saturday’s Child Becoming: Where Life Meets Growth Learning Thought and Service,” promises readers a profound journey into the realms of personal growth, purpose, and the interconnectedness of life’s experiences.
Dr. Eugene Daniel, a distinguished figure who previously served as President of the Caribbean Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University of the Southern Caribbean, delves into the intricate tapestry of his own life and experiences.
As a septuagenarian, Dr. Daniel draws upon his extensive background as a director, administrator, pastor, and educator to illuminate the pages of his book with rich anecdotes and insights. Through the lens of Clement Silston’s mission, the author navigates the landscape of his personal evolution, inviting readers to reflect on the profound impact of freedom, responsibility, and the pursuit of purpose.
To ensure that the USC community can access this intellectual treasure, two copies of “Saturday’s Child Becoming” have found a home at the Forde Library. This thoughtful gesture ensures that students, faculty, and staff alike have the opportunity to delve into the profound insights shared by Dr. Eugene Daniel.
In conclusion, “Saturday’s Child Becoming” stands as a testament to a life well-lived and an exploration of the universal themes that connect us all. Dr. Eugene Daniel’s latest literary contribution adds another layer to the intellectual richness of the USC community, offering a timeless source of inspiration and reflection for those seeking meaning and purpose in their own journeys.