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272 pages, Paperback
Published April 10, 2016
He sat, smiling from ear to ear, on the sand, with a sand dollar in his hands. The image was captured on their first visit to Mayaro beach when he was two years old.
His happiness seemed to jump out of the picture and infect anyone who looked at it.
“For Father Khalid, religion rules were purely contextual; their literal implications were often insignificant compared to the bigger means behind them, and religion on the whole was void without compassion, love, respect and intrinsic tolerance towards every human being. He valued the Golden Rule and found himself replying on it when in doubt.…It wasn’t overt; but innate, intuited.” – The Yard pg. 188