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The Words of My Soul - cover

The Words of My Soul

Ilona Lakatos

Publisher: Ilona Art-Hungary

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Summary

Dear Reader!
 
The human soul can be very bleak, but it is also diverse and rich.
 
Our soul also determines our actions, because we can share, we can give from what is in our heart, in our soul.
 
If we notice the little, even the simple, we see not only the surface of the world, because in this way we recognize the beauty and joy around us, but also the pain and sadness.
 
Many times a beautiful moment, an old memory, light stealth through the foliage of the trees and words break out of our souls are enough.
 
In my volume you can read poems and short stories that can give comfort, reinforcement and guidance.
 
But also a smile, a serenity as a tear can flow out of our eyes.
 
I illustrated the book with my paintings and pictures.
 
They are received with as much love as I wrote.

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