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Gregory Martin McLeod's The Apathetical Man addresses the great questions of life that often weigh heavily on readers' minds: Is this life real? Am I who I really think I am, or not? Could there be something greater beyond my imagination to this life, much more than I really understand? He illuminates the suffering that comes from failing to have a true understanding of Life's Purpose, Confidence in Life, and how to appreciate life in its "completeness" and "trueness." McLeod's writing style is intimate, encouraging a relationship of friendship between the author and the reader, addressing readers "Listen closely my friend," and sharing his own path to understanding; "if I thought that this physical life on this earth was all there was to Life, then I would be a man most miserable." His faith in God and the profound affect of His presence in McLeod's life turns the reader from apathy to understanding, ultimately finding deeper meaning in life. It is this friendship that he establishes that renders his words moving and evocative, preaching not from the pulpit, but speaking directly to us as fellow humans on the journey to self-discovery that he once took himself. McLeod chronicles his evolution from what he calls "a bruised reed that has been beaten and tossed about in this life for many years," to Ordained Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He offers us a great gift through his work, leaving us with the redemptive message that we all have "another chance at life," urging readers to "Give your Life Away to Jesus Christ 100% and he will give you much more than 100% back with Love unconditional." The Apathetical Man is packed with wisdom, clarity, faith, and relevant scripture to guide us through our trials on the path to understanding, meaning, and fulfillment. McLeod's work will irrevocably change your life and your manner of approaching and understanding the world. The author truly desires to prudently nourish the souls of his readers--his friends.
omg,, lots of drama, happiness, and sadness,,like you dont want to put it down and it s true stories,, very inspirational