Daily Doses & Vital Verses

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WONG LI MING, Apr 5, 2010 - Philosophy - 45 pages
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 A book with two portions, celebrating wisdom and the art of verse weaving. One serving of reflection for every day of the year. Short thoughts to ponder, ruminate and cultivate. Followed by eloquent verses that move the spirit.


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About Dominae Primus

The author’s commercial releases are mainly action comedy, ranging from mock fairy tales to heavier doses of intensity which tread a fine balance of humour, imagination and engaging action.

For the future, Dominae Primus stories are expected to include more imaginative elements fusing with a backdrop of spirituality and constant doses of humour. The author believes that there is more towards understanding this life than the external realities perceived by the senses. The author also expects to release from time to time updated works of one’s own philosophical reflections.

 Prior to release of commercial material, the author previously had work featured at BBC’s Write Stuff webpages. Full-length non-commercial literary releases are listed at the digital library of Project Gutenberg. The works were appraised by the founders prior to listing at the Project Gutenberg database and digital libraries in affiliated universities around the world. 

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