Hallow Reed the Master Within

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AuthorHouse, Jun 8, 2009 - Religion - 112 pages
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Like a candle in the darkness, Ryan Daniel's new spiritual inspirational Poetry Book "Hallow Reed - The Master Within", illumines that exquisite journey toward our destiny that we, as humans, are traveling. With gentle words and heartfelt emotion, Ryan shares with us God's message of love, joy and lightness. He celebrates as we make our transition from seed to bloom, from child to adult, from apprentice to craftsman. Preview more here: www.ryandaniels.net You will enjoy poems that are short and direct to the essence, poetry that is contemplative yet easy to comprehend, uplifting and inspiring every time you choose to pick up his book.

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I found Ryan's poetry to be very uplifting, and full of optimism. I love the way that he references nature in many of his works, and paints beautiful images with his words. Many of his poems are spiritual in nature, without being overly or overtly religious, so that people of any/every faith can find inspiration in them. It takes a skilled writer to eloquently express feeling and emotion, and Ryan does an amazing job in just a few short lines, every time. I can say with certainty that anyone reading these books will gain something positive or inspiring from most, if not every individual poem. Emery 

About the author (2009)

Ryan Daniels is a dedicated Baha'i who loves the teachings of Baha'u'llah to prosper in this magical world of creation, to focus on the development of self and thoughts which changes this world into a rose garden from the pure blessings of his Master's teachings.


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Author of "Treasured Portraits Visual Poetry Of Infinite Possibilites" won honorable reviews from laymen, artists and scholars that Ryan Daniels writes inspired peices of poetry that "nurishes and uplifts your spirits" likened to a romantic poet who "sings of humanity's essential nobility and goodness."


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