Updated: Mar 12
Now more than ever, your health is of prime importance. Your physical is tangible with the main pointers of eating healthy, exercising regularly, and sleeping on time habitually. Your socio-emotional health is maintained by good relationships with your inner self and the people around you. But, when was the last time you considered your mental and spiritual well-being? How has your inner self been hustling? Frank Daversa can help you with that.
After 14 years of working for corporate entities, author of “Politics in America: A Guide to the Two-Party System,” “Young Adolf: An Alternate History,” and “Spirituality in the 21st Century”, Frank Daversa has finally decided to focus on writing for himself and others back in 2007. Since then, the author has trodden on the same path so that while others may lead fast-paced lives, his books can give them food for thought every time they are chosen to be read by the inquisitive audience.
Frank Daversa’s first two books are brain candies for cultivating minds. “Politics in America: A Guide to the Two-Party System'' reels in readers for a comprehensive view on what and how the two-party system in America works. It details the history of how the two parties came about, how they persist in American society, and what they mean for people of diverse ethnicities both in and out of the United States. Mr. Daversa’s “Young Adolf: An Alternate History” re-introduces the Nazi leader in his youth before he became the infamous Furer. The book ignites readers’ critical thinking on the many turning points of young Hitler’s life. Could he have been destined to be the Furer all along, or could he have averted that? These and many more are entailed in Mr. Daversa’s careful writing.
With Mr. Daversa’s latest book, “Spirituality in the 21st Century”, readers are illuminated with the five principles of enlightenment, renewed with the three spiritual lessons, and imbued with wisdom to understand how default spiritual paths work. All of these lead you to the “oneness” of every existing thing humankind needs to know in the 21st century. Mr. Daversa advises a no huts, no but’s, and no coconuts way of spiritual living. His sage advice comprises how people can grow spiritually while juggling living constraints in the current century. He doesn’t also force people into learning these things. As people progress into reading the book, there will be a lot of eureka moments. This sensation makes the readers realize whether or not spiritual living is real and feasible or, at the slightest, possible.
If you like to learn a way to live spiritually and embrace new wisdom, give this book a spot on your reading list. If you want to learn more about the author Frank Daversa and his journey, you can head to his website: www.FrankDaversa.biz.
Don’t just show your grit at the outset. Give your inner-self a much-needed hustling, too!