The royal blue ocean asked the gray somber sky: “Where is the sun to shine upon my waves so I may glimmer and light the way for voyagers?” The royal blue ocean asked the radiant stars: “Where do you hide your sparkles so I may steal them away from you and use them in place … Continue reading Glimmer of Hope
Wide chestnut eyes glimmer more than a moon beam A morning ray of sunshine in a delicate smile so deep A brisk wind blows around an oval face with esteem Delicate small hands under cheek while fast asleep. Tender innocence fills an empty heart Soul lifted by a gentle warmth of love Feeds life fully … Continue reading Mother and Child
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
A personal interview about my Orthodox Christian faith and how God is part of my daily life & works with Hope and Life Press. Same article is posted on NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, Miami Herald, The Denver Post, LA Daily News, Star Tribune and many other news sites. For Google list click here ... To … Continue reading “Hope and Life Press Presents Larisa Dmitrieva Micallef, Ph.D., and Hadel Ma’ayeh”
Face adversity Triumph pain Ignore absurdity Release detain Except tolerance Prevent hate Abhor deviance Clench fate Solitary voices Outcry afar Explicit noises Agonizing scar Yearn benevolence Plead change Give reverence Hearts exchange. Photos & written by Hadel S. Ma’ayeh, ©Copyright 2016, All rights reserved.
A haze afloat on a lengthy and narrow path White rose petals flurry over red tile road Dimness ascends after an ill-fated aftermath Quietness among unassuming abode Harshness and stillness amid fragrant mist A faint stature gradually comes into sight Mystified wide eyes ignore and resist A Pulsating pearly bright daylight In salutation … Continue reading Hodos
If you love & believe in God in the name of your religion then why can’t you love & believe in humanity in the name of God? Photos & written by Hadel S. Ma’ayeh, ©Copyright 2016, All rights reserved.
My grandfather was a sturdy and tall man with broad shoulders. In fact he was 6’2’ with a long angular face and the brightest smile that made my whole world shine. Looking back with fond memories as I tell a small part of my life to the world; in Arabic “Grandfather” is “Jiddo” or spelled … Continue reading REMEMBERING JIDDO