The illuminating poetry book “The Beauty of Being Human” by Nirander Safaya, Ph.D., will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The book festival will occur on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.
The 200 poems in “The Beauty of Being Human” explore themes of life, love, light, and consciousness. These poems, taken as a whole, lead readers on an insightful journey into the depths of human aspirations and behavior. Humans are distinguished by their emotional investment in life, their need to love and be loved, their eagerness to learn, and their awareness of their own existence. Dr. Nirander Safaya's poetry captures the wonder and challenge of these universal human traits.
Humans have advanced greatly and are blessed with both reason and feelings. They are filled with a wide range of sentiments and motivations. Also, people have various levels of intelligence, reasoning capacity, logic, and memory. Nonetheless, individuals frequently miss the mark of perfect love, tranquility, or spiritual fulfillment, probably because they do not use the appropriate behavioral approach or lack a better understanding of their inner selves. The poems, written in a neo-classical style, present these enigmas and dilemmas of life in a moving and skillful way.
Readers of Nirander Safaya's poetry will find themselves delving into profound questions and quandaries of life, love, truth, beauty, joy, disappointment, mortality, and other universal themes.
Acquire a newfound knowledge about human condition and dignity. Get a copy of “The Beauty of Being Human” by Nirander Safaya, Ph.D. Copies are available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Visit the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth #225 at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books to check out the book's display.
The Beauty of Being Human
Author | Nirander Safaya, Ph.D.
Genre | Poetry
Publisher | Xlibris
Published date | October 30, 2020
Dr. Nirander Safaya was born in Kashmir and received his higher education in India, Australia, and the United States. He taught and conducted research in nutrient physiology and the restoration of disturbed ecosystems at various universities in India and the United States.
Then he served as the environmental sciences administrator for land reclamation in North Dakota until his retirement. He has authored many scientific papers and book chapters and received awards for professional excellence. His first poetry book, “Reflections on Being Human,” was published in 2016.
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