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Leap of Faith Conflicts Create Masterpieces

Author Name: Shilp Smita | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

To write of the conflict within, to be wronged by life and still feel blessed to be living. To know that wrong was just a part of bigger plan of right. This collection essays a reflection into touching a realm, a dimension, we only feel deep within, and are too scared to talk about. This work is a belief in goodness even in the worst of souls, and a belief of filling unimaginable abyss of chaos grief and darkness in human beings, with love light and faith.

It is for all the people who have been at the turning points of their lives and have sensed a lower band in all they fail to do and an upper hand which comes to their rescue. It’s for everyone out there who understands that love and pain are inseparable, that angels and devils do exist and we all have a part of both in us. It’s all about which one we love more, the devil to kiss him and make him go the sleep or the angel to challenge and make him go much higher.

This short collection is a trial at both communication and silence, because that’s where our innermost or the supreme, as we call it, resides.

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Shilp Smita

The author was born and brought up in Dhanbad, Jharkhand, with Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (Travel and Tourism) from IITTM, Ministry of Tourism, Govt.of India, Gwalior. Having lived in five states of India with varied cultural exposure, currently serving as Manager at an esteemed Public Sector Bank in Delhi, after being selected by eight nationalised banks. An Advance Diploma Holder in Bharatnatyam and with a Degree (equivalent) in Painting, the author has immense respect towards all art forms but primarily invested into English and Hindi Poetry which she feels is the most evolved form of communication to explain the inexplicable.A seeker of higher realms of consciousness.

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