Author Carmelo Borg’s New Book “The Power of Choice” Discusses Free Will and Faith

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Recent release “The Power of Choice” from Page Publishing author Carmelo Borg considers the interplay of ego and spirituality in our everyday decision making.

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Carmelo Borg, who worked at the San Francisco Recreational Center for the Handicapped for a number of years, has completed his new book “The Power of Choice”: an exploration of what fuels our actions, and how they impact our lives.

Carmelo sums up the inspiration for his work in these three questions: “How do we develop faith? How can we make the right choices for ourselves? How can we progress on our spiritual paths?”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Carmelo Borg poses the argument that in order to ensure that one’s decisions are pure and will lead us to the greatest outcome, one must allow the spiritual self, rather than the ego, be at the center of choices.

“In my forty-five years of friendship with Carmelo Borg, his exuberant love of life took him in many directions, but common to all was a heartfelt quest to know God,” Amalia Weinberg, PhD, and a published author herself, said of Carmelo Borg. “I saw it in the joy and understanding he brought to his work with severely challenged children and adults at the San Francisco Recreation Center for the Handicapped. I saw it in his love and generosity with friends and family. Above all, I saw it in the way he faced challenges in his own life with deep humility and gratitude.”

Readers who wish to evaluate their own decision making process can purchase “The Power of Choice” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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