There are some Hungarian recipes as well as some from a couple of other countries in this book, some with an individual twist of our own - Grandpa's favourites! By request from our offsprings, some... More > friends and some relatives. If you are adventurous and enjoy tasty food, maybe you should try some of these delicious dishes and cakes!< Less
Mental health and spirituality in contemporary society are some of the topics illustrated by the author's personal experiences as he goes through life with its trials and joys exploring its... More > mysteries. It is a personal quest of becoming one's true self - while attempting to serve humanity beset by the swiftly changing values and needs of our present world.< Less
Finding a meaning from a seemingly meaningless life to spiritual fulfilment, though loss and loneliness: moments of grief, peace and gladness.
My story, like that of others is a saga of a human being... More > from frustration to contentment: Through suffering and joy, from sadness to happiness in an increasingly turbulent world, beset by changes, catastrophes and undreamt of achievements. I feel luckier than most for having found a meaning of my life. My tribute to Charles Dickens for the thought: I feel, that I've become the hero of my own life, rather than its victim.< Less
A new collection of poems by this author, some old and some very recently written on topics such as freedom, friends and the battle between outmoded, old ideas and the coming of a new, spiritually... More > mature world.
In the not too far distance, the glimmering a new dawn of civilisation is seems to be appearing based on the oneness of humankind with itself, living in harmony with all created things of the Universe!< Less
These poems were created not only from my own experiences but also from those I've met and from others I observed from afar. I tried to feel with the hearts of others their joy and their pain,... More > without judging them, wanting to focus only on what is good. I wanted to be attracted the resplendence of Light: hope rather than the darkness and desolation, and wanted to share with others my moments of feeling close to the Great Being of the Universe. Lets keep well and be happy!< Less
These poems were created not only from my own experiences but also from those I've met and from others I observed from afar. I tried to feel with the hearts of others their joy and their pain,... More > without judging them, wanting to focus only on what is good. I wanted to be attracted the resplendence of light: hope rather than the darkness and desolation, and wanted to share with others my moments of feeling close to the Great Being of the Universe. Let's keep well and be happy!< Less
Building bridges of thought between the material and spiritual existence: an intuitive exploration of the essence of eternal life while being aware of the belief systems of great religions of the... More > past. present and future.
An attempt to describe the undefinable, through a personal quest, to find a greater measure of truth beyond the myths and mysteries of a cynical age.< Less
A collection of poems with the theme of oneness with all existence and acceptance of all people, treasuring differences of culture and empathy for the suffering of humanity during a time of radical... More > changes and immense challenges.< Less
Poems for the Planet: A collection of poems written in the1980-s and 1990-s, previously published by Minerva Press of London in 1994. They are based on the belief that there is "One Planet One... More > People", there is one race, the human race. There is a need to live in harmony with each other and to be of service to all living beings as well to our home in the Universe, the Earth itselft.< Less
An account of the author's personal experiences on his spiritual journey as he is trying to find a straight road to paradise of certainty and towards the discovery of a meaning of life that is truly... More > universal and practical and leads to the a selfless service of all humanity. He feels that there is a crying need to remove the barriers of prejudice and of self-deluding hypocrisy obscuring the path to the Water of Eternal Life.< Less