Personal Experiences

The Hidden Truth
By January 25, 2013 1 Comments Read More →

The Hidden Truth

When I was young I was fascinated with the subject of the paranormal.  Perhaps it was due to the fact that I had personally experienced different phenomena first hand and because I possess an inquisitive mind anyway, I felt I needed to learn as much as I could about the subject. I was boarding at […]

Angels…
By December 1, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Angels…

It was many years ago when I first glimpsed your shadow You were a light, so bright in the dead of night… I remember your words, soothing and sweet, a voice I heard and a graceful message I can never ignore I learnt on that day the significance and value of service, the privilege and […]

See No Evil
By October 26, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

See No Evil

This is a true story and all the parties in this story are related to my family in friendship and business. A member of staff at my father’s company has a daughter who was suffering from a defective retina disorder that was deteriorating and seriously impairing her vision.  At thirteen her vision had become so […]

Writer’s block, again…
By October 23, 2012 1 Comments Read More →

Writer’s block, again…

I hate it when it happens, when I get writers’ block I just stop writing for no reason and it usually happens just as when the story is about to become interesting.  I am in the process of writing part two of the ‘Desert Falcon’ and I am agonizing through every sentence and paragraph.  Sometimes, […]

Healing At The Heath
By September 15, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Healing At The Heath

I watched the elderly lady in the photo sitting at the edge of the pond at  Hampstead Heath.  Her thoughts skimming the surface of the still waters and fading into the distance.  It was time for silent contemplation and to allow nature to do its magic.  Who knows what thoughts crossed through her mind as […]

No More Bets, Thank you…

No More Bets, Thank you…

Once upon a time, I was a gambler; a gambler in the literal sense as in a person who went to the casino every day to gamble to win. I was probably 22 at the time, at college and carefree.  Money came from my parents and I lived in a beautiful apartment with my gorgeous […]

Thou Shalt Not Judge

Thou Shalt Not Judge

One of my hardest challenges is to rid myself of ignorance and to be less judgmental about people.  I am not embarrassed to openly address my blemishes, they are a part of me that I was born with and have been with me since my childhood.   Some of the traits I may have picked up […]

The Old Man And The Grapes

The Old Man And The Grapes

Every summer, my mother used to take us to Syria to spend the summer holidays at the beach in Latakia. We used to stay at the ‘Cote D’Azur’ of Latakia otherwise know as the ‘Blue Shore’. The resort was heavenly;  a stretch of white sandy beach with crystal clear waters and frequented by international tourists. […]

Beacons of Light

Beacons of Light

I was probably eleven years old when both my younger brother and I were sent to St. Joseph’s School – Cornet Chahwan in Lebanon.  My parents enrolled us there out of necessity as there were no schools in Qatar offering the curriculum desired for us. During the weekdays we boarded at the school and on […]

Beyond The Birdcage

Beyond The Birdcage

Many years ago, I wrote a book.  It is a collection of short stories, suitable for readers of all ages. I decided to make my book available to download for free in PDF file format.  You may download your copy by following this link <DOWNLOAD> I sincerely hope you enjoy it…