LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- In his new nonfiction book, "Plant a New Seed" (published by Trafford Publishing), author Sonny Fishback presents social and spiritual solutions to the race problem, bridging the gap between people of European and African decent, all of whom desire the same peace and happiness on God's green Earth.
With a stern yet sympathetic look at American culture, Fishback captures the divinity and inspiration of the desire for peace. His newfound insights into science, history, the Holy Scriptures, the tragedy of slavery and the development of the African-American community in modern-day society all create a foundation of unity and understanding. Now, his fellow brothers along with anyone else who desires to follow his message of God's new beginning can rise above violence, drug abuse, poverty and discrimination and shed the shackles of a history tainted in bloodshed and unmerciful enslavement.
Fishback's message is undoubtedly comprehensive, but it depends on the strength of his faith as well as his own desire to live in a better world. As he writes in his chapter "Revelations":
The Savior's rule is, whatever was planted, accepted by the ground, believed, and watered, (which only means trained or practiced), then that is what has to grow and grow and grow and grow, until it dies. The only way it will ever stop growing is if you stop watering it. Which means training it or practicing it? And God is the only one who can make things grow! And He will allow things to grow when you water them. It's our choice.
Not since Thoreau's "Walden" has a book been so enlightening to readers, urging social and spiritual change. Learn how author Fishback rallies for development and long-lasting peace by laying out connections to anthropology, sociology and even the human spirit in his most telling, honest book to date, "Plant a New Seed."
About the Author
Fishback is a singer, actor, composer, screenplay writer, and author of the books "Plant a New Seed" and "King of the Gang." Born in Nashville, Tenn., and raised in Louisville, Ky., he has since lived in New York City, where he was a struggling musician for more than 25 years under labels that included Duke Peacock, Out-of-Sight, Tou Sea, and ABKO. Falsely accused of drug trafficking and spending eight years in prison, Fishback discovered his passion for African-American rights and the deliverance of his brothers from past oppression. He recently moved back to Louisville, and he is currently filming his new movie called "Plant a New Seed."
"Plant a New Seed"
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