People love music. The melody alone can change the way you feel, the lyrics can have an emotional tie that lasts our entire lifetime and depending on the season of the year, the setting that the song pertains to can transport us back into time. Continue reading “Much More Than a Song”
Palmyra, Sryia, during the reign of Solomon, was primarily Jewish but was heavily populated with Greeks as well. In my research, I found an early writing of the area that speaks of a story of Solomon solving a theft incident in the city Palmyra itself. This was said to be one of the rare times that Solomon left the palace in Jerusalem to judge a case on the site of the incident. I will not give the story away…it will be in my next book, but it was an intriguing example that Solomon was part detective as well as judge. Stay tuned for more. In the meantime, pick up your copy of “The Bloodline of Wisdom, The Awakening of a Modern Solutionary” at Amazon or a local Barnes & Noble.