The law of attraction illustrates that what we think about, we bring about
This theme extends throughout Robert Vacca's new novel, "Resist Not Evil," a classic love story with a basketball motif, a metaphysical quest, and a revolutionary approach to war and peace. The timeline extends from the Vietnam War to the present day and beyond.
Michael Mercurio attracts Seeka Maria, who embodies the liberated soul of women. As Michael experiences a world consumed with evil appearances, Seeka Maria encourages him to reconcile these distressing manifestations with the law of attraction and the Jesus principle of "resist not evil."
“My book illustrates and proves, through the law of attraction, that there are no victims, there is not injustice and there is no assertion possible without mutual consent,” Vacca said. “This message is proactive because it demonstrates that we absolutely own the absolute power to totally focus on what we want and to attract exactly that. There’s not a shred of evidence to the contrary in the entire universe.”
"Resist Not Evil" explores hot-button issues, such as interracial relationships, hate crimes, war, child abuse, the healing power of music, as well as a tasteful depiction of source energy sexuality and its purpose, which is freedom, love and joy.