LaVerne’s current metaphorical writing of “The World’s Luckiest
Journal” has taken her message of dedication and belief in
oneself a step further. She believes, and urges her readers,
to not only rely on ‘luck’ as a matter of destiny or human
phenomenon, but she also considers luck as a starting point
in an individual’s pursuit of his or life success and happiness
in life by making efforts to reshape his or her experiential
realities of life.
Thus, the principles of individual, community, and organizational social responsibility are relevant in understanding LaVerne’s publication of “The World’s Luckiest Journal”—a metaphorical piece relevant in our contemporary society. In other words, our luck is not just our God-given talent, but also our luck to find those around us who are willing to guide and also guard us, advise us, and play some role in order to see us work toward achieving our goals in life. Here lies the meaning of humanism, social responsibility, and happiness which LaVerne attempts to impress upon us and our sensitivities as human beings. I recommend LaVerne’s publication to all and sundry.