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About Claudiu Murgan
Inspiration resurfaced within Claudiu after nineteen years of a creative drought. The result of that blessing from God was "The Decadence of Our Souls", a Fantasy novel touching on spirituality. The journey that culminated with the book mentioned above taught Claudiu that Love, Gratitude and Compassion are necessary life companions that should open one's sensibilities to the Divine Creator.
Writing "Water Entanglement" was a blissful joy that transported Claudiu into the fascinating world of water and crystals. This new book is the author's way of making people aware about the importance of water in our daily lives.
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When will we understand that water has memory, water is alive and the time for her to awaken is NOW?
What will humanity do if the scarcity of water becomes a reality and not just a subject for movies? Why can’t we comprehend that we are made of structured water and that by disrespecting the water, we disrespect ourselves?
Since the creation of earth, water and crystals have weaved their paths into a billion-year-long tapestry that has captured the cycles of nature’s evolution. It has observed the appearance of humans and their troubled, but fascinating development, and the energies and vibrations of everything that is part of this amazing eco-system.
In 2055 water activists are fighting against irresponsible corporations that pillage the earth. Hayyin, the hidden identity of Cheery Mortinger, a limnologist, is leading the movement. Will she be able to prove that water has memory and is alive and that we could awaken to the possibility of facing a fierce battle against the primordial element that gave us life: WATER?
Although many are not willing to accept that water has memory and is alive, this book awakens us to the possibility of fighting a fierce battle against the primordial element that gave us life: WATER
After the initial shock of the world's water awakening, humanity comes together to put measures in place to ease adverse climate changes. The oceans are dying and the fresh water resources are being harvested too fast to allow replenishment.
Cherry Mortinger, the limnologist behind Hayyin's enigmatic identity, works on creating a universal language for water, while Ilanda Mazandir, the neurosurgeon that successfully healed a comatose patient using crystal implants in the eyes, fights to protect her technology from being misused.
Unknown to the masses, but attracted by its novelty, the crystal implants open up unexplored areas of the brain, bordering on telepathy and increased consciousness. A crystal cloud network is the next step in connecting the world in a much more considerate and empathic way.
Crystal Cloud, the sequel to Water Entanglement, is a work of eco-fiction bringing to the forefront water's ability to heal us when treated with reverence and hurt us when treated with ignorance and disrespect so prevalent in our society.
Connected by one of the world's most multicultural cities, emerging and published authors - members of the Immigrant Writers Association (IWA) - were asked to share stories and viewpoints on how immigrants build bridges: between cultures, inner and outer worlds, past and future...
Each chapter of this engaging anthology - written in their preferred style (poetry, non-fiction, fiction) - portrays different aspects of the vast array of immigrants' experiences. All spiced up with cultural "flavours" of thirteen countries besides Canada: Romania, India, France, Senegal, Argentina, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Cameroon, Lebanon, Germany, USA, and Iran.
Similar to IWA's mission, this book is also an attempt to build bridges between people - immigrants or not - connecting them through universal themes like belonging, finding your voice and purpose, desire, spirituality, ancestry and more.
- A Blessing in Disguise, by Gabriela Casineanu
- The Bridge Within and Without, by Claudiu Murgan
- Everything Was Fine Until Friday, by Oscar Cecena
- Take Me Home, by Shruti Dargan
- Words in Exile, by Bänoo Zan
- The Abyssinian Rose, by Guillaume Lorin
- Humanity's Treasure Lies in Its Diversity, by Mareme Diongue
- I Let My Soul Speak, by Fouad El-Khabbaz
- Bridging Talent and Opportunities, by Liliana Nakamura
- A Journey of Bridging, by Malika Mounir
- Discover Your Identity, by Alice Fomen
- "Don't Slam the Door Behind You", by Gabriela Covaci
- Our Father's Fathers, by Carol Donohue
- The Hero's Journey in Story and Life, by Nina Munteanu
Readers who have experienced moving to a new country will nod with empathy on each page.
No immigration experience? The richness of the stories and viewpoints portrayed in this anthology might surprise you!
This book is a must-read for anyone studying or working in the immigration field, to truly understand the experience of being a newcomer (no matter at what age).
Dive into this gripping anthology with international flavour and universally human truths.
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"We need more of such stories to come out and reflect on the experiences of those that immigrated and started a new life. Great accomplishment, Immigrant Writers Association!" ~ Felicia T.
"I was pleasantly surprised by the satire approach to the immigrant journey. It made me relate and laugh at the same time." ~ TB
"A great idea to put together different creative points of view on immigration in Canada." ~ Nicolas Schnizer
"Very relatable stories, especially to all of us who have moved to a new country and tried to find our way into the culture." ~ MC
"I enjoyed the stories, original and different in style but very imaginative and well written." ~ François P.
"So far, I liked all the short stories and essays I read. Well done!" ~ Mark S.