Philadelphia (PRWEB) March 29, 2014
John F. Kennedy who is considered one of America’s greatest presidents once said “Don’t ask what your country can do for you but ask what you can do for your country” and throughout the years these words have inspired a multitude of people to rise above their own limitations and do their part. Sadly though this concept has been somewhat eschewed in recent years, by corrupt politicians who use their power to further their own ends. In “Parallel Lines” author Nader Rizk shares a truly eye-opening book on this matter.
“Parallel Lines” is written by the author out of love for his country, the United States of America. This book deals with the present situation and the state the country is in these days. It shows how someone has to point out what is wrong and how to correct the mistakes that were made. Politicians are blind or act dumb for a reason or another. One must liberate oneself from personal desires and look for the common good of the nation. Once the country reaches this stage, everything will run smoothly, everybody will be happy, and heaven will give its blessing.
This highly engrossing book shows readers the dangers of corruption within the government and the importance of adhering to the greater good of the people. “Parallel Lines” is an inspiring read for everyone.
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About the Author
Nader Rizk was born and raised in Egypt, and graduated from Ain Shams University majoring in Physics and Mathematics. He had grown up under the rule of Nasser the dictator president of Egypt. During this time the author tried to escape from the oppressive regime, but was only able to get out of the country after the peace treaty with Israel was signed. After working as a Math and Physics teacher n various oil rich countires, he immigrated to the USA and lived in New Jersey where he earned a teaching degree. After teaching for a couple of years he moved to Pennsylvania and earned a teaching certificate in Physics and Math. The author was deeply affected by the events of September 11, and has endeavored to show the many wrongdoings perpetrated by politicians, wherein they ued the power given to them by the people to further their own ends.
Parallel Lines* by Nader Rizk
Publication Date: January 31, 2014
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