If you imprison my soul, I will break free through my heart. Photo & written by Hadel S. Ma’ayeh, ©Copyright 2016, All rights reserved.
For oneself, I have learned in life to reach the highest peak, you must fall first to the lowest ground. This way, in order to triumph, whether personal, business or spiritual, you come through this in humbleness, gratitude and with great affection. Most of all, hardships or lack thereof, aids in attaining wisdom and patience … Continue reading Dr. Brian Kiczek, Catholic Teacher, Chiropractor and Writer
Through lush green valleys and red brick roads Look onwards toward strawberry horizon sky One step at a time to unburden excess loads Spread long arms apart and wide so to easily fly. Clear salty tears fill the elongated murky rivers Taunted masses huddled by a stateless campfire A swaddled baby giggles at the roars … Continue reading Outcasts
As an ardent reader or viewer whether reading a good book, streaming for an exceptional movie or series or an old-fashioned viewing at a nearby movie theater, you merely observe a common theme these days mixed with sci-fi, supernatural, romance, history and maybe a religious subject wrapped-up in one plot. It does seem a number … Continue reading Marie Ann Dean, American Novelist, Melitensia Writer and Poet
Adversities are conquered by strength and courage to weather the storm and triumph, by means of oneself, family, friends and local community; however, most of all, spiritual faith, that grows stronger with every pain and joy in life. James A. Toups is such a man who has shown such resilience and great faith in times … Continue reading James A. Toups – Author, Business Thought Leader, and Speaker
Pumpkin spice scent drifting through corridors Frost is felt within morning brisk breeze Yellow and auburn leaves twirl over red tile floor A puff of burning amber fills air without seize. Caramel green apples sprinkled with crushed peanuts Halloween attire and seasonal orange bags bought with glee Set to eat buttered sugar cookies garnished with … Continue reading Home For Autumn
Since the recorded history of the Christian faith, poems have been written to articulate devotion and love of God, in such works from the New Testament, Gospel of Luke, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis; and also Biblical poems are noted throughout the psalms from the Hebrew Bible. In the 20th century, many modern and contemporary Christian … Continue reading Christopher Villiers, Author, Poet and Theologian
Love is never far when you move your heart closer. Saying and image by Hadel S. Ma'ayeh ©Copyright 2016, All rights reserved.
On a individual note, as a child I have listened to stories by my parents about family and life growing up in Jordan or in the Middle East in general especially during wartime. Discovering another individual who is inspired by his surroundings and family stories is a rare find and to use a cliché, a … Continue reading Rupert Grech, Author, Writer and Musician
When you admire and appreciate the art world from painters to musicians and singers to ballet dancers you take in language that is universal to mankind. I am fortunate enough to meet such a young & lovely talented artist and singer, Nicky Hari. She is an inspiration for the Asian youth who too, inspire to … Continue reading Nicky Hari, Artist & Singer