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"The Jasmine Tree, love in the time of revolutions"

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In a time of turmoil and change, two strangers meet in the ancient city of Cairo, an Arabian girl from noble origins and complicated past and a dashingly handsome, idealist and daring American journalist. They fall in love while both of them are looking for something lost hoping to find it in the city of eternity.

Yet life, is never simple, nor love....

From Cairo to Beirut
Kindle Edition, 110 pages
Published February 3rd 2014
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Maha Khalid is the author of "When Love Speaks: An Unusual Conversation with Love", “The Jasmine Tree: Love in The Time of Revolutions” and "The Book of Love: On Knowing Love, Finding Love and Keeping Love".

Maha is an avid researcher in the subject of divine love. She has an interest in love as a spiritual pursuit.

Maha an Arabian American was born in Saudi Arabia in Riyadh in a time of transition
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“I lost and found but I have not lost anything nor found what I lost
If love is to have all that your heart desires of whom you love, then it is not love
Love is to burn and turn into ashes and still love
Love is to accept the fate of separation and still love
Love is to hurt and endure pain yet smile and still love
Love is to know that there is no way to go and no road through and still love
Love is to wish him peace and happiness in the loneliness shivered coldness of your nights and days and still love
Love is when a simple passing embrace turns into a wonderful completion, into a gift of unexpected kindness and warmth in the cold of years that will accumulate without him and you still love
Love, is to love and love and love
Until night becomes day and your eyes close and you drift into coldness and still

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