Unconditional love makes oneness; it knows no boundary, no age, no enemy, no separation, no depression, and no politics. From What Really Matters? written by Anita Torabi
“Come, let´s be kind to each other; Before we suddenly lose each other, Because you would kiss my grave when I die; Come on kiss my face now, I am dead for you, ” Translation of Rumi´s poems from Divane-e-Shams in Persian. “Rumi reminds us… Continue reading Let us be kind to each other
In less than two hours(1pm- PT) Hay House radio will air a Balboa Press segment called Life is a journey, not a destination. This episode includes several interviews with the writers who recently published their books with Balboa. My interview with Hay House is also included in this episode. It is easy and for free… Continue reading My interview with Hay House Radio on What really matters
Life is so delicate- do not force it. Let your life lead you before it teaches you. A quote from Anita Torabi at the opening of her book, WHAT REALLY MATTERS.
The light train was passing by the shopping center on the way to the city and I again noticed the flower shop by the front door of the center. This shop is usually full of customers every day, although there is no big sign outside to attract people. Surprisingly, there are other shops’ signs with very large… Continue reading Relations and appearance