MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) November 21, 2019
Readers will learn answers to major questions about life in the new book “Unity in Diversity: a new dawn”” which intends to “Turn On the Lights and Turn Up the Love” as stated on the cover, the meaning of which is explained in the book (published by Balboa Press AU) by Rodolfo León.
“Unity in Diversity: a new dawn” contains a simple, reasonable, satisfying explanation about the meaning of life starting with an explanation about the difference between consciousness and being that is directly related to people’s connection to God. However, it does not define God in a religious manner. The book aims to appeal to one’s common sense as opposed to appealing to a religious sense of God and the meaning of life. Moreover, the book centers on the theme that consciousness divides and separates while being/being-ness is all-inclusive. All of the specific topics of this book, like human diversity, evil, and death, relate back to that primary theme.
“I want readers to take away from my writing the feeling that life, and specifically the meaning of life, finally makes sense,” León says. “I want them to be able to see life through new lenses of understanding upon having read my book.”
The book is available for purchase on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Unity-Diversity-dawn-Rodolfo-Le%C3%B3n/dp/150528788X.
“Unity in Diversity: a new dawn”
By Rodolfo León
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 128 pages | ISBN 9781982231132
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 128 pages | ISBN 9781982231149
E-Book | 128 pages | ISBN 9781982231293
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Since he was a child, Rodolfo León has been interested in the meaning of life. In college, he took many courses in philosophy and anthropology and graduated with a degree in linguistics. After graduating college, he rode his bicycle across the United States three different times, and lived and taught English in many different countries. He had wanted to write about the things he had learned regarding the meaning of life, but he was so distracted with doing what he needed to do to “survive” that he could never fully dedicate himself to writing about what he had learned. Then, in his mid-30s, he had a bicycle accident that left him disabled. Becoming disabled gave him the free time to organize his thoughts related to everything he had learned from years of study and reading, and allowed him to focus on forming sensible, reasonable answers to big questions that still haunted him.
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