PAKISTAN (PRWEB) April 03, 2014
A heartwarming and thought-provoking collection of poems, Aurangzeb Zainulabdin’s “Without Me” enlightens the hearts and minds of the readers and spiritually motivates them to become better humans — who continue to work with passion and aggression toward the betterment of society, their country, and the world.
Adapting to change in a positive way is the primary message of this collection of poems. “Without Me” is a spiritual motivation that seeks to awaken each and every reader’s desire to move and contribute to a better, brighter future for humanity. With the author’s knack for writing and his great aspiration to influence through his soulful words, he invites readers to submerge themselves to a world of awakening found within his poems.
Opening up hearts through its lyrically soulful words, this treasure trove of insights conveys its message in true spirits. A complete collection of gems, this book mirrors the author’s belief that “change always starts when something touches your hearts.”
Irrefutably inspiring, “Without Me’s” each and every poem contains the message that “Better humans can make a better society and a better world.”
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About the Author
Aurangzeb Zainulabdin is a passionate and diverse author committed to make a difference through his soulful poetry. “Without Me” is his collection of heart touching gems that defines change and feelings in more depth and with more conviction. Born in Pakistan, Aurangzeb holds a degree in Electronics Engineering with MBA in Project Management and working professionally to fulfill energy requirements for the city of Karachi. Aurangzeb has a love for creativity and constantly surprises his readers with his versatility throughout the book.
Without Me * by Aurangzeb Zainulabdin
Publication Date: January 14, 2014
Trade Paperback; AU$19.99; 70 pages; 9781493132393
Trade Hardback; AU$39.99; 70 pages; 9781493132409
e-book; AU$3.99; 9781493132386
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