Saytue Saye is not your average child. With a deep mind and soul, growing up too fast was the last thing her parents could imagine. With a misunderstood behavior, this young African girl has been... More > through low self-esteem, lust, love, sexual abuse, mental abuse, hate, and murder of her older sister. Will she be able to gain sanity and her respect?
This autobiography poetic book is raw, deep,lovable, and cut throat. Everything in this book is as is. You never know what Saytue Saye has on her mind and is going through. This poetic book will inspire, heal, and open up your eyes to reality.< Less
The beginning of a tragedy soon turns to bliss, when a girl learns to love herself for self and not others. The mistreatment from men to sex glows her images when the death of a loved one takes her... More > strengths to a higher degree.< Less
The subject of “Say”, based on the research topics conducted by Fernand D'Amico and Jacques Wisman, is proposed in this book as a themed walk through the passages of Scripture from the... More > Old and New Testament. The biblical text (KJV) is presented deliberately devoid of additional comments to offer an immediate and direct perception of the selected track.
The thematic reading of the biblical text opens to the reader as a fascinating experience that allows him to benefit in a short time, a surprising and rich picture of content.
By saying something, the words become vehicles of content. Forms of speech are the moments of greatest vitality of the biblical text. All that is said is not only words but also logos, soul, nature. The divine message pervades the human dimension through a variety of content that are transmitted in direct and indirect discourse of the biblical text.< Less