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  • Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Gratitude By Amy Newmark
  • The Toddler Brain: Nurture the Skills Today By Laura A. Jana, M.D.
  • Your Inner Mammal: How to Meet Your Real Emotional Needs and Become Stronger By Ron Neff, Ph.D
  • Every Day Thankful: 365 Blessings, Graces and Gratitudes By Becca Anderson
  • Imagine Africa By Lazarus Takawira
  • Priceless Thoughts on Knowledge By Folorunsho Mejabi
  • Love Your Body, Love Your Life: 28 days to a More Beautiful You By Katie Austin
  • Everyone's a Genius: Simple Tips to Boost Your Brilliance Now By Jen Fraser
  • The Artist's Way for Retirement by Julia Cameron
  • From the Outside Looking In: A Boomer's Memoir By R. Winston Carroll
  • Beyond Me: Unleashing Technopreneurship Potential By Alfred Boediman
  • Character Creatures By Dan Devine
  • Acing the Quarter-life: How to Make the Most of Your Quarter-life and Come out Ahead of the Curve By Rohit Sethi
  • Digital Cultures - Age of Intellect By Dr. Ganesh Shermon
  •  Expecting Sunshine: A Journey of Grief, Healing, and Pregnancy after Loss By Alexis Marie Chute
  • Dream Mechanics: A Practical Guide to Creating Your Reality By John Moreschi Jr. 
  • It's Never Too Late to Begin Again By Julia Cameron

Academic Journals



"The most dangerous people in the world are not the tiny minority instigating evil acts, but those who do the acts for them. For example, when the British invaded India, many Indians accepted to work for the British to kill off Indians who resisted their occupation. So in other words, many Indians were hired to kill other Indians on behalf of the enemy for a paycheck. Today, we have mercenaries in Africa, corporate armies from the western world, and unemployed men throughout the Middle East killing their own people - and people of other nations - for a paycheck. To act without a conscience, but for a paycheck, makes anyone a dangerous animal. The devil would be powerless if he couldn't entice people to do his work. So as long as money continues to seduce the hungry, the hopeless, the broken, the greedy, and the needy, there will always be war between brothers."
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"The internet has become a carefully controlled and heavily monitored illusion. It has turned into both a circus and battleground. Popularity is rigged and can be bought. Censorship is in full effect. Popular opinion is fabricated, and the perception of a viewpoint's popularity is typically orchestrated and manipulated by legions of paid trolls. If you want to know the truth about somebody's true popularity and influence, look to the streets. If you want to know if a person is really guilty or innocent, study the facts yourself. Never judge anybody based on what you see or read on the internet. Information can easily be manipulated by the push of a few buttons.”
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You can control the visibility of my name and writings, but you cannot control the frequency at which people are quoting me around the world.  
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The Writings of Suzy Kassem

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  • ISBN-13: 9780615388861

  • Publisher: Awakened Press

  • Publication date: 6/26/2010 (Dubai), 12/10/2010 (Egypt), 5/2011 (United States)

  • Pages: 264 (US)  422 (Middle East)

  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)


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* I do not use Twitter, Linkedin, Soundcloud, Instagram, Google+ or Myspace. The authorities wiped out my Myspace account in 2008. My book reviews, Youtube views, and Facebook pages have all been frozen since 2010. At about this same time, my words started becoming separated from my name. Due to the overwhelming censorship I had experienced during this period, I left Los Angeles and moved to Egypt at the end of 2008.

*I spend most of my time in Boston, Los Angeles, Phoenix, New York, Goa, and Alexandria. I have a home on the beach north of Boston, one in Phoenix, one in Heliopolis in Cairo, and another by the sea in Alexandria, Egypt. I am a world traveler and spend most of my time exploring other cultures. I do not spend money on the latest tech gadgetry, but on travel.

 * I was born and raised in America. Toledo, Ohio to be exact. I am a product of the Midwest. Both my parents were born and raised in Cairo, but my father became a business professor and married my mother in Paris. After living there for a few years and teaching at INSEAD in Fontainbleau, he moved to America where he taught at NYU, Amherst and the University of Chicago under Drucker and Friedman. He later transplanted to Ohio because he felt it was a safe place to raise a family. My siblings and I acquired our Egyptian citizenship only in the past few years to secure family property.

* This blog highlights my personal and spiritual evolution. My interests change all the time. So do my ideas, perspectives and areas of focus. Most of the pictures you see here cover a span of 16 years (no order). I've grown up a lot and have become more private and conservative with age. Yet I will always be a creative person because I believe music, dance and art are a celebration of life. Creativity is supreme love amplified.

* My only religion is LOVE. I am a world citizen and humanist. I love all people and am driven to make a positive contribution to humanity so that we can collectively evolve. My only hope is that in the short frame of my existence, I will be able to help cultivate a global village of peace and love for future generations.

*I do not write for profit. I only write to help improve the current human condition, and to share the wisdom and knowledge I've gained from my personal experiences to help others live out their dreams, become better people, and overcome suffering of any sort. I lost my older sister when I was in college. We were only a year apart and she was my best friend. Her loss has greatly shaped me into who I have become today. A pacifist. From her death, I have seen how the death of just one person can deeply affect the happiness and future of all those who loved them. Many souls wilt and are never the same. I do not wish to see any sister, brother, mother, father, or lover suffer the death of someone they love -- especially if the death was premature or could have been avoided. Perhaps now, you will understand why I am opposed to war and injustices of any kind. The end result typically brings more grief than happiness. There is more for mankind to gain from love than hate. When we continue to hate, we continue to lose.

 * I I have a lawyer, but I do not have a publicist or marketing team. I do not do book tours or join popularity contests. I never cared for the rat race, and was voted the biggest nonconformist of my senior class in high school. I just like to write without deadlines or fan clubs. I do not write for profit, your vote, or to sustain a living. I write because it is my passion. Everything found in my book was already online years before it went to print. No need to buy it.

* It's important for me to do things that are spiritually rewarding because that wealth is what makes me feel alive.

* I answer to nobody but the Creator. Truth is my only leader.

* And lastly, though I am not perfect and have already made some mistakes in my short lifetime, I work hard every day to be good. If I had to choose two women I admired in my youth, I would have to say Lady Diana and Audrey Hepburn. I really miss those days. I may be a rebel of sorts, but I lean hard towards the light. I only pray that one day your child will only know peace...and that I may be graciously reconnected with my sister.

  Suzy Kassem