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About meChristos Rodoulla Tsiailis was born in Nicosia, Cyprus, in 1974. He is the author of 'Throwing Dice on a Chessboard' and of the poetry collection 'The Green Divorce'. He has obtained a B.A degree in English Literature and Linguistics and also participated in many writing workshops and writers’ retreats, either for acquiring new writing techniques, or as an organizer. He is also involved in script writing. He has written several collections of poetry and theatrical plays, both in English and Greek, many of which have been uploaded on internet literary websites or published in newspapers and literary magazines. He is the owner of a Tutorial Centre, where he teaches English. Always on the bulk, he is also a devoted Marathon and Triathlon athlete, having completed numerous Marathon and Triathlon races internationally. He currently lives in Nicosia, Cyprus. You may contact him and read some more of his work, both in English and in Greek, in his blog or in many literature websites where he uploads work as an active member.



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i have added my new book, 'The Green Divorce' in my library, but i don't see it in my author page. i am the author of the book. My name is registered here as Christos Rodoulla Tsiailis, or c.R.Tsiailis. The book isbn is 978-1477243138. Can I please request for your help?
same here! keep up the good work
Change Your Dream

What is the dream
going on inside your head?
the young girl said.
Where does it take you?
Does it serve you well?
The man was surprised.
Intently engaged in moving upward
for so many years,
he never questioned his mind.
He just did what it told him,
without asking why.
Now he saw for the first time
with open eyes
that his high-flying world
was filled with emptiness
and bereft of real meaning.
His heart had been cold as ice
or raging like a fire
to destroy whatever stood in his way.

Gently picking up the little girl
and holding her at arm’s length
to look into her eyes, he said,
"Tell me, what can I do?
How can I change?"
"Change your dream," she said,
gazing into his soul.
"Make a dream that serves others
as well as yourself.
Stop sacrificing everything
for money and hard power.
Listen to your love
instead of your fear,
and watch a garden grow
in what used to be a barren heart.
Become human,
and fulfill the promise you made.
You don’t remember it now
but you will,
as you look into the eyes
that look at you."
And she was gone.

But he felt her memory
in the eyes of every child,
every woman,
every man
and every living creature
to whom he showed his kindness.
For that was the promise:
to be humankind.

- by Alexandra Innes (born 1952) U.K./Canadian author, poet
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