Francesco Sardina's New Book 'Stop! Humanity's Roots Live' is an Interesting Perspective About the Underlying Cause of Unhappiness and Unchanged Human Nature
Recent release "Stop! Humanity's Roots Live" from Covenant Books author Francesco Sardina is a brilliant discovery from one man as he traces history in an attempt to find the reason for mankind's unhappiness in this age.
NEW YORK, May 21, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Francesco Sardina, a septuagenarian who has been married to his wife for 55 years and lives a life of semi-reclusiveness, has completed his new book, “Stop! Humanity’s Roots Live”: a compelling read about the unchanging human nature that was prompted by the unhappiness that is evident in all of humanity.
Francesco writes, “For nearly eight decades of life, I have not witnessed a single change in the nature of humans but recognize that all humans possess the same cognitive ‘traits and characteristics’ differentiated only by scale or degree. Environment and opportunity influence these (not nature). Briefly, this book was prompted by what I would refer to as the audacity of modernity. That is that is that somehow, modern conveniences including technology has rewarded the current generation superior to all that came before. In this writing, we will see that changing one’s circumstances without a change of heart is a fool’s errand.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Francesco Sardina’s new book is an insightful creation developed from one man’s empirical witness and experiential ‘conscience of beliefs’. With this work, the author tries to prove that humanity’s nature remains the same.
Readers can purchase “Stop! Humanity’s Roots Live” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Covenant Books