Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Bobby Sky, Author of God's Secret: the Cry of the Millennials Fast your Way to Spiritual Truth and Freedom

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Today we are interviewing Bobby Sky about the non-fiction / new age / Christian meditation book, titled “God's Secret: the Cry of the Millennials Fast your Way to Spiritual Truth and Freedom.”

Tell us a bit about you.
I'm lovely! Haha! Really I've always been a curious person by nature, especially when it comes to spiritual things. Even as a child my parents would relay stories back to me about how I would surprise them in some way. My dad (God bless him) was a brilliant man and knew how to raise money for business ventures. One day when I was 2 or 3 years old, he introduced me to one of his best friends and business partner named Randy. According to dad, I stared at Randy up and down for 5-10 seconds with an intense look on my face, kicked Randy in the shin, and ran away. One week later, Randy shorted dad about $20,000 in a business deal gone sour. My father and I joked about it years later and he said "Son, it was like you knew something was wrong and you were trying to warn me about something I couldn't see. I should have listened!" I'm 29 years old now and I would say that I haven't changed much since then. The only difference now is I don't go around kicking folks in the shin! Haha!

Tell us about your book in a few sentences.
God's secret is about experiencing the tangible presence of God. It's about the personal journey & different avenues that I went through to find spiritual truth. It's about the pains, struggles, strongholds, lies of the world, and the opiate epidemic in our society. It's about the inner cries of an individual's heart that humanity is too afraid to talk about. It's about millennials who are trapped into a certain way of thinking.

Who do you think would most appreciate this book?
Any person that has struggled with any type of addiction like drugs, alcohol, sex, pornography, food, shopping, video games, etc. Also, anyone who has been an orphan, raped, homeless, suicidal, depressed, broke, abused, or rejected. Lastly this book would benefit any person who practices new age, yoga, witchcraft, wicca, reiki, chakra meditation, astral projection, quija boards, or buddhism. 

What inspired you to write the Book?
God inspired me to write a book for this millennial generation.

Millennials are misunderstood, what inspired you to write a book about millennials?
I know the struggles that millennials face because I am one. I have a heart for them because the world tells them what to believe about God or the universe. I've been through the new age doctrines & I offer a new perspective & challenge for all millennials with this one question: Is it possible you are believing a lie that someone else told you?

What do you think are some challenges millennials face?
Social media is a major obstacle for millennials. It's really sad to see but there are a lot of backbiting frenzies on Facebook or selfie marathons going around. Music is another hindrance. Thoughts and words have power and when you sing and think about a song, it will manifest into your life. I had a girlfriend once that liked this particular song on the radio and the lyrics were about always being broke and getting drunk. Guess what? She was always broke and getting drunk! Thoughts and words have power. Self help gurus like Tony Robbins will teach that and even touch on concepts like faith, grace, and divine appointments. Millennials don't even realize what they're teaching! It's bible baby! Haha. 

How do you think the millennials relationship with spirituality differs from other generations?
The human finger print is unique to every person. No one past, present, or future will ever have the same finger print as another person. You are unique! God made you different! Yet, we have millennials taking the same duck selfie photos, wearing the same clothes, listening to the same music, and watching the same movies. Older generations had more individuality and unique thought. The Millennials struggle because they are just doing what everyone else is to fit in the crowd. I call it collective thinking or having collective thought. You are who you hang out with kind of thing, monkey see monkey do, etc. There's not much originality anymore. Millenials think Johnny Depp is cool. I strongly disagree. Jesus walked on water, if that's not cool I don't know what is. Sorry cap'n jack but your "Rum is gone"

In the U.S., we’re in the midst of an opiate epidemic. Your books touches a bit on this. It’s a complicated topic, but in your opinion, why do you feel there is an epidemic? What are some steps that can be taken to address this epidemic?
According to drugabuse.gov more than 130 people die everyday after overdosing on opioids. The "economic burden" in the United states is 78.5 billion a year for healthcare, addiction treatment, criminal justice, etc. So not only are people losing thier loved ones, but its costing americans billions of tax dollars. The solution? Is God and his presence! I'm living proof of that! I've been sober 2 years now and I take zero credit for it. I'm not talking about religion, I'm talking about personal one on one relationship with Jesus. People who are addicts (like I was) must ask Jesus into their heart and be born again. That is the only way to overcome this epidemic. God met me one night at an abandoned baseball field that completely transformed my life.

Did writing the book take you to unexpected places or reveal things you hadn't thought about before?
Most definitely! Writing the book drew me closer to God as well as his love, peace, and character. I used to think he was this evil dictator with egotistical and sadistic issues. Oh, how wrong I was! God says "if you want me, chase me". He doesn't force himself on you, that's called rape, not relationship.

Can you tell us a bit about your writing process?
I always pray first and ask Jesus for the things to write about. Then, I'm usually at a park, coffee shop, or somewhere quiet where I can focus on writing without distractions. Sometimes I'll listen to music with headphones on for inspiration. 

What was the most challenging aspect of writing the book?
Editing! I'm not a grammar nazi!

What do you hope readers will gain from reading your book?
My biggest hope is that the readers will meet God and experience his presence for themselves.

How have readers responded to your book so far?
It's been amazing! The people who have read the book have complimented on it and share how it has blessed them individually. I'm very grateful and honored for all of my readers.

Are there any authors who have influenced your writing style? 
JK Rowling, Rhonda byrne, Suzanne Collins, C.S Lewis, and the prophets from the bible. 

What do you have in mind for your next writing project?
I'm going to do a series of 3 books altogether. Currently, I am working on the second book !

Is there anything else you'd like potential readers to know about your book?
I want readers to know that God is a perfect gentleman, not a rapist. All he will do is knock on your door. The choice is yours if you open the door or not. My question is Will you let him in?

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Check out the NBC press release for the book. 
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