Michael J. Onoroto's New Book "Just Don't Seize the Day, Seize the Moment" is a Brilliant Work Created to Help Change the World, and Motivate Others to Do the Same.
New York, NY, April 5, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Michael J. Onoroto, a disabled veteran and proud father, has completed his most recent book “Just Don't Seize the Day, Seize the Moment”: is a wonderful and compelling work that is one part memoir of a broken man who realizes the need to understand others, and one part motivational pep talk to take a stand and find peace amongst other citizens of the world before it’s too late.
Michael wanted to see if he could write his own book and once he started writing he wasn't able to set his pen down until five years later when he finished his book. He says, “Remember—persistence will get you where you need to be in your life, and remember to be persistent and never give up on your dream, no matter how big or how small your dream is!!”
Published by Fulton Books, Michael J. Onoroto’s book takes the time to share the author’s life, which he describes as great, however he was no stranger to the other side of the fence. After traveling rough roads, Michael came to the realization that he was partially to blame for his own mistakes, and he had to dig deep within his soul to be delivered from his problems.
The main goal of this work is to help change the world for the better. Remember: money isn't everything. It can pay the bills, but will it help to find true happiness? It is imperative for all to have empathy for their fellow man and woman and to have the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. As a society, people must believe in love towards themselves, family and friends, and soulmates. But most of all, we must find peace amongst each other or there won’t be a world left to love or even to hate.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Just Don't Seize the Day, Seize the Moment” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books