Friday, December 16, 2011

World of Writing


 -- World of Writing, Interview --

It is time for another World of Writing interview - this time we have the Egyptian writer who writes in English, Wael El-Manzalawy. He has published 6 e books; his latest being: 150 Quotes About Success And Life
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Q: Where are you from?

Wael: I’m from Egypt. Egypt is a wonderful country, but we suffered from the ruling of the tyrants for many years. The Egyptian Revolution is the best event in my life. But, we have to do our best to get rid of the remains of the tyrants.


Q: What is your profession and educational backgrounds?

Wael: I’m graduated from the English Department of the Faculty of Arts. I have a diploma from the Faculty of Education. I’m graduated from an institute for preparing Islamic scholars.


Q: What is your mission?

Wael: My mission is the New Islamic Civilization. Many previous Islamic politicians won their popularity through clash with the west. But my project is the New Islamic Civilization based on the spiritual Islamic principles and the scientific Western Civilization. The earlier Islamic Civilization respected the scientific Greek, Roman, Persian and Indian Civilizations and I respect the scientific Western Civilization. But I believe that the spiritual Islamic principles are the only way to true happiness and internal peace. 


Q: What was your path to publication?

Wael: I started publishing my articles by submitting them to some websites. Fortunately, many other websites republished them. The readers of my articles are about 250,000 – 300,000. Another important step was publishing my e-books. The readers of my e-books in less than two years are about 40,000.


Q: What is the wisest thing anyone has said to you?

Wael:You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.” –Margaret Thatcher 
...and:
Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” –Thomas Edison


Q: What is the important role that writers play in today’s world?

Wael: All the achievements of the world of reality start in the world of imagination. So, writers and thinkers are essential for changing the world. Many persons deal with the present only. But the writers and thinkers deal with the past and the present in order to imagine the future. But certainly, the thinkers need many persons to convert their imagination to truth.



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