Faces of God – Poems about Love & God
This book is about all relationships with God
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Anthony Strano was a lover of God. He wrote these verses in the silent mornings, which he treasured, in the Brahma Kumaris centre in Athens, Greece where he lived and served for 33 years.
In reading these exquisite poems there is no doubt that Anthony knew intimately the One with whom he shared all relationships; a whispered dialogue between the soul and God.
This selection of 28 poems were among the last things Anthony wrote before he left this life suddenly – like an angel called from an assignment from the future.
About the author Anthony Strano
Anthony was the director of activities for the Brahma Kumaris in Greece and Turkey. Born in Australia in 1951, he graduated from Macquarie University in Sydney with a BA and a Diploma of Education. A spiritual seeker all his life, Anthony became a student of the Brahma Kumaris in 1977. Having passed away in 2014, he was one of the Spiritual University’s most dedicated and experienced teachers. He travelled widely, shared the knowledge he had gathered and run seminars and workshops throughout Europe, Australia and parts of South America and Africa on positive thinking and stress-free living, education and values as well as science and spirituality – in fact, on all areas of human development.
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