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Saleh's story begins with a remarkable father and his coffee grinder dispensing hospitality. The aromatic beverage sweetened the bitterness of war, was offered to strangers and friends alike, and even saved his family from a certain death. Saleh delivers insight into life and living and attempts to build a bridge between people, whether Middle Eastern or those living in his American small town. He inquires, "Who is God, what is His nature and where is His home?"
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Saleh was born in Lebanon to a Christian Palestinian who was a man without a home. His father lived as an Arabic prince in poverty yet possessing personal, spiritual and moral wealth which he passed on to his son Saleh through the practice of hospitality. The lessons of hospitality are shared by Saleh through many stories while he himself endured the clash of culture in a world that has become increasingly hostile to foreigners. Saleh lives in simplicity, satisfied with all that has come his way, and sweetened by a gracious spirit learned from his father's generous approach to the world.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1453707751