The Persian Empire
The Persian Empire stood for over 200 years. The Persian Empire shows a variety of events in history. It offers insight to the different languages and cultures to build the mighty Persian Empire.
The words of Rumi are known for expressing the ecstasies and mysteries of love through poetry, as an artist I learn something new each time I read Rumi!
“This book examines the role of the mind in man’s existence.” It is the mind, the story shows, that is the root of all human knowledge and values — and its absence is the root of all evil. It is a book that you go back and read pages over again just to ponder.
Resurrection By Leo Tolstoy
This book has a powerful message, it was the last book written by Leo Tolstoy. The backdrop is Russian social life at the end of the 19th century. This is a story about sin and spiritual regeneration. Tolstoy takes readers on a journey through Russia’s corrupt courts and foul prisons that culminates in a ruthless march to Siberia. A powerful depiction of the injustices of the legal system, the novel assails the vices of petty officialdom and the hypocrisy of organized religion.
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
It is a novel written by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. The story is set in a Soviet labor camp in the 1950s and describes a single day in the life of ordinary prisoner, Ivan Denisovich Shukhov.
Civil Disobedience By Henry David Thoreau
I like this book because, over 150 years ago Henry David Thoreau issues a warning about the size of government, and the responsibility of citizens. Thoreau believed that change in government can occur through polite, orderly disobedience.
The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
One of the most beloved spiritual classics of our time, Gibran’s masterpiece. The Prophet contains powerful words of wisdom on such essential subjects as marriage, children, friendship, work, and pleasure—words that readers from around the world have found inspirational and life-changing.
Pastries from France
George Bernard Shaw wrote, “There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” Food is essential, it’s vital to survive, so it’s primal. Food is more than essential to sustain life, it’s an experience. I have fond memories of food and times to be with family. What makes food unique; Food is maximally multisensory. Food piques all five senses. Food is comfort, and ice cream brings me comfort! Things to do in Paris visit the Eiffel tower, The Louver, The Arc de Triomphe and try a French pastry!
New York Pizza
What is there to say about New York Pizza?! There are plenty of theories as to why to is so good … Some say it’s the water, others the oven and the dough. I will add I just love Pizza!
Who can resist a bowl of texas chili?!!
I can eat Tahdig all day long, as breakfast, lunch and dinner!! I mean, is there anything else that can give the satisfaction of that crispy rice with some walnut pomegranate stew?!! I don’t think so ….