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"I will call you Hafsah bint`Umar now," he countered. "… because you are like a lioness, like the daughter of a lion." He chuckled at his own humour. Hafsah bint`Umar had been one of the wives of the Prophet Mohammad. She, alongside two other co-wives, had memorised the Qur'an by heart. She had even safeguarded the first collection of Qur’anic verses till the third Caliph had them placed in their present form, eliminating all... Show more

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Nice, nice writing!

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In “On Being Ill” (1926), Virginia Woolf notes how strange it is that illness should feature so little in fiction. Her explanation for why this might be applies equally to fatness and female sexual desire because both are species of physical experience, and literature, for the most part, does its best to maintain that its concern is with the mind, that the body is a sheet of plain glass through which the soul looks straight... Show more

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After having studied German Literature and History I began to travel, submerging myself into different cultures across the globe, in the quest for a common denominator between the peoples and their religions. I tramped through India, crossed China from Hong Kong to the Karakorum Highway along the old Silk Route, lived in Morocco for several years and criss-crossed the Andes of Latin America.

It has been a long journey and I... Show more

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