IFLAC is a voluntary Association that strives for peace by building bridges of understanding and peace through culture, literature and communication. IFLAC is founded and directed by Egyptian-born Israeli writer Ada Aharoni (Ph.D), since 1999.
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Ada Aharoni, IFLAC Founder and President: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also visit: Ada Aharoni’s Homepage
My name is Stephen Bachicha. I am a composer from the US (Houston, TX). I’ve corresponded with you before about letting me compose a new piece from/with your poem “To a Soldier”. I’ve previously sent you the music score to that piece, and I’ve recently been able to have that piece performed and recorded. I want to share that recording with you. Would you please send me an email so I can forward the recording to you. For some reason, the email I’ve been using has been bouncing the email back to me saying it’s undeliverable.
Thank you so much,
The Song of Jerusalem
I hear the melody of Your heart
the stones full of sacred prayers
the walls free as birds
the prophets sing a song of life
the air is a breath of infinity
in the labirynth of the past
I find the light
Madum,Hope you remember me..whom I met you at Prague..
Dr Perugu Ramakrishna
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