TKE Library: March 2018 Book Recommendation
In December of 1939, THE TEKE began running ads and articles centered around the Teke Library.
In keeping with this tradition, we have started a new tradition. About once per month, a member of the TKE Headquarters staff, Grand Council member, or the TKE Educational Foundation team will recommend a book. Books will vary from topic to topic and will be centered around helping you to become a Better Man for a Better World.
This month's recommendation comes from Frater Nick Kimble. Nick is an initiate of the Epsilon-Kappa chapter (Loyola University Chicago). He joined the staff in in 2017 and is currently an Expansion Coordinator.
“Since I first read the Greek poem in high school, I have been drawn to it because of the spirit surrounding the work. It is a story about a man facing both external and internal odds. It is because of Odysseus’ perseverance and determination that he eventually makes his way back home and through it discovers much about himself and his own limits.”