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"after all it's not easy...

Banging your heart against some mad bugger's wall. "


some time

In a world of more and more fake poets, fake feelers and fake prophets, where human race races towards its own decay, hyper speed, where innocents are the raw material for cynical and fake kings and people are drawn into darkness by false beliefs

we can escape blindness and still think with our own thoughts, ignoring the brain implants, find hope in the real eyes of beautiful people still around us, uncave ourselves and realize

you can't always get what you want
you can't always get what you want
you can't always get what you want
But. If you try, sometimes
you might find

some time. (Liviu Balint)



wor(l)d is sick, but we still have the music

”Well, Bob Marley had this idea. Kind of a virologist idea. He believed that you can cure racism and hate; literally cure it, by injecting music and love into people's lives. When he was scheduled to perform at a peace rally, a gun man came to his house and shot him down. Two days later he walked on stage and sang.
Somebody asked him, 'Why?'
He said, 'The people who are trying to make the world worse are not taking a day off. How can I? Light Up The Darkness!'


sometimes everything starts with a line

“L'un des rôles du roman, c'est de réinventer le monde, et notre monde d'aujourd'hui a drôlement besoin d'être réinventé.” - Amin Maalouf


This book dwells on a love story which undergoes great difficulty. It is a love story which defies dogmas and interdictions and abolishes preconceived ideas.
Delicately woven like a filigree miniature picture, the legend of the Persian king and the Jewish queen, cited in the Old Testament, is not only revisited and purged of prejudice, but it also acknowledges the fact that love can overcome all obstacles and preconceptions, no matter how deeply rooted they may be.
Esther and Xerxes is the moving story of the encounter between a Jewish young woman and an Iranian young man who defy the restrictive social norms and prejudices which confine our freedom and in which we are held captive.

Cet ouvrage conte une histoire d'amour à l'épreuve de tout. Un amour qui défie les dogmes, qui abolit les préjugés, qui brave les interdits. Présente en filigrane, la légende du roi perse et de la reine juive, citée dans l'Ancien Testament, est revisitée sous une forme épurée et vient confirmer que l'amour va bien au-delà des obstacles de tout ordre, si contraignants et ancrés soient-ils.

Esther et Xerxès retrace la rencontre émouvante entre une jeune fille juive et un jeune homme iranien faisant fi des pensées dans lesquelles la société risque de nous enfermer.