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2008 – Short Stories

Follow Me

“And Jesus said to him: “Go sell everything you have and give it to the poor, and you will have treasures in heaven. Then come, follow me.” (Mark 10:21)

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Do You Mind?

Loneliness is tough, but sometimes there is nothing like it – it calms the nerves, comforts the heart and heals the wounds.

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Wrong Conclusion

Inspired by the film noir cinema and the detective stories, especially by Roman Polanski’s masterpiece China Town.

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Dead End

It’s funny how we sometime insist on things even though we know they’ll yield no results. I guess it’s hard to get of a dead end road.

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Puzzled

There is really only one puzzle worth solving – life!

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Beirut

I wrote this song thinking of all the oppressed humanity, victims of pointless conflicts, wars, cruelty and injustice. When will the wheel of pain stop turning? For how long shall the righteous weep and the wicked rejoice?

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In the Line for Bread

In 1994 the Serbian army threw a grenade at a line of people waiting to buy bread in Sarajevo. I still remember the images of bodies – scattered; of people dead or dying, of people begging for help…

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