Regman's Saving the World From Self: Or Should I Say Selfishness is a an invitation to intimately converse about the many-colored shades of human nature. Unnoticing, the reader will share a vision focused from a collective self that blurs nonessential differences and rises to a transcending good, to equality in God's love. This touching dialogue permutes the very terrestrial and colloquial with the heavenly. In all honesty, Regman sits on the edge of eternity and fuses with its flow while offering the reader a thoughtful poetic meditation that tells of a very personal renewal. Saving the World From the Self... is also distinctive because it reveals the plasticity of language in a very special way; in verses that are notorious for their internal cadence, the hidden hues of words lie bare under Regman's fresh light.
|Publisher:||Hidden Brook Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.28(d)|