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“The Apathetical Man” by Gregory Martin McLeod will be featured at the LA Times Festival of Books

Gregory gives hope to the readers using his amazing spiritual book.

San Diego, CA, USA – WEBWIRE

“May The Creator of All Breath Keep You.” -Gregory M. McLeod.

“The Apathetical Man” by Gregory Martin McLeod will be displayed at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on April 23-24, 2022, at the University of Southern California campus, Los Angeles, CA. This book is all about people’s purpose in life and how normal it is to have failures and mistakes.

The book tells readers that without a doubt, mankind now requires hope. They require hope in something other than the government, teachers, doctors, and other professionals. Despite the fact that they are beneficial to individuals, they are occasionally lacking in a grasp of objective reality. People usually lack motivation, especially those who are alone.

With the help of “The Apathetical Man” by Gregory Martin McLeod, people can now have greater faith in something bigger than most people can fathom. Simply look to the skies and imagine that everything the eyes can see, the ears can hear, and the fingers can touch will one day vanish like a mist. It’s not a question of “if,” but rather of “when.”

If one’s life in this magnificent world is all he/she has hope in, he/she will be the most wretched person that man has ever known. People must have a great deal of hope. This hope is spiritual, and George is delighted to be able to share it with the readers through this book. Day by day, this optimism gives him a new life. George may now live a regular life and look forward to the future.

Curious to know more? If so, grab a copy of “The Apathetical Man” by Gregory Martin McLeod available at ReadersMagnet LLC, and consider visiting the upcoming Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2022.
The Apathetical Man
Author | Gregory Martin McLeod
Genre | Spiritual
Publisher | ReadersMagnet., LLC
Published date | February 23, 2019
Gregory Martin McLeod was born on December 25 on Christmas day. He was very shy when he was a young kid. Everyone would always tell him that he was special. He doesn’t remember many disciplines when he was a kid until later around 10 or 14 years of age. Before Gregory was diagnosed with the disease (bipolar) he was into drugs, alcohol, sex, and rock and roll music. Those things ruled my life. He was sent off to a psychiatric hospital when he was just 16.  ended back at a drug rehab center. He had already spent 6 times by now at rehab centers with no luck. Gregory finally accepted the bipolar disease and went back on meds. This went on for many years until he finally knew what he really was. He had a hole in his heart as big as a black hole in the universe. He had to fill it and he did. He found some hope. He started going to church and was getting much better. He could handle his meds and work too, but that would soon stop again. After the 10th time in a rehab center, Gregory had a doctor ask him two questions. The questions were this: “What do you want us to do for you here and what do you want to get out of your stay here.” He didn’t know what to say. He finally admitted that he didn’t know. And that is when he knew it was spiritual and not all physical. Gregory needed his first Love back and he was Jesus Christ.

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