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They say that the fastest way to get to one point to another is on a straight line. In the real world however, on this round world, that fastest path is along a curve which forms part of a circle;
Or an arc.
Welcome to Noah’s Arc.
Where you will hear reflections on Noah Rattler’s journey from one point to another on this place we call Earth.
About Noah Rattler:
Noah is a native of the Crestmont Park Subdivision in Houston TX, as the child of Freddy and Cherria Rattler and the second oldest of three brothers and a sister. While growing up his parents showed him how to care for other human beings in need. They helped him develop a strong sense
community responsibility along with the desire to help make the world a better place.
After graduating with honors from Ross S. Sterling High School in the Aviation Science Program, he went on to obtain Bachelors of Science
Degrees in both Mechanical Engineering and Physics from Prairie View A & M University. While finishing his formal education Noah decided to dedicate his time to his community. In 2005, he started volunteered with the homeless at Houston’s SEARCH Project in an effort to understand the complex nature of the interaction between all of the forces that contribute to the homeless situation as it is today.
In 2007, as part of an effort to raise awareness for the homeless situation in the United States, he went on a 1,800 mile walk from Houston, TX to the Pacific Ocean at Santa Monica, CA with the help of Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee. In 2008, as a follow up to the Walk, he initiated SleepOut Saturday, an event that gives participants a behind the scenes look at homelessness from several perspectives.
Most recently, Noah endeavors to spend the majority of his time speaking to children about the concepts of Friendship, Scholarship, Citizenship, building capacity around his recently self-published children’s book Noah’s Walk, co-authored with Nekisha Pickney
, and helping others find ways to participate in real solutions for real problems.
If you want to contact Noah, about either of these initiatives, you can connect with him on twitter @NoahRattler, or on facebook at facebook.com/NoahRattler
, or visit 2squarefeet.blogspot.com
for a deeper look into the mind behind the method. For bookong inquiries, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.