The Covid-19 could awaken man’s spiritual impulses and inspire him to return to his ‘birthright,’ which is to follow the Christian mandate to love God, neighbor, and self. It carries the unambiguous message that life is both short and precarious and that we should spend whatever days we have allotted to us by living authentically, that is, in accord with our spiritual impulses. If this were to eventuate, the current pandemic would have engendered a positive and critically needed result. Let us pray that that will be the case.
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Tell us more about yourself, who is Donald T. DeMarco?
My wife, Mary, and I are American citizens living in Canada. We have 5 children and 12 grandchildren. I have a great love for writing, although my greater passion is for music. I am very much concerned about the current state of affairs in which the world finds itself.
Your latest book "Moral Compass" is intended for those who are lost in life, what is the message you want to convey to the readers?
Do not fail to appreciate the value of moral virtues. They can be personally invigorating as well a mentally illuminating. Also, do not fail to appreciate the importance of religion and the existence of a benevolent God who superintends this earthly abode.
What is the best piece of advice for people nowadays?
Do not give up hope. Intelligence can be of great practical help. Philosophy can be an important ally in our troubled times.
Describe Generis Publishing in a few words.
Courteous, cooperative, and caring. I very much appreciate its speedy communications and keeping me up-to-date on what is developing.
What would be your word of encouragement for a new author?
Don’t try to impress anyone. Focus intently on your subject and try to make it as clear as possible. Keep in mind that you are writing for others and develop a certain sympathy for them. Good writing is a gift for others.