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Full Mood

Lailah Saafir

Publisher: Soma Publishing

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Summary

Full Mood is about the myriad moods we face in life. We are not the same but we are closer alike than far apart. The work I present speaks of anguish, pain, hope, love, sensuality, nature and God. My deepest wish is for the reader to take to heart the calm voice of Self. It gently reminds our Spirit: we are never alone.
Available since: 04/15/2018.

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