"The works of Leonard Oprea are within the sphere of philosophical thinking represented by S. Kierkegaard, V. Soloviov or Teilhard de Chardin. Though similar, his works are not inspired, nor influenced by the writings of these Christian philosophers. The special importance and the crystal-clear beauty of Leonard Oprea's meditations are revealed by his diamond ideal of humankind's Salvation through Faith. "Hello, God", the third volume of Trilogy of Theophil Magus, is an unique book worldwide. It inspires and thrills the reader making him ready for a sincere and responsible meditation on the human condition, now, at the dawn of the third millennium." (Vladimir Tismaneanu - philosopher, essayist and author)
"Leonard Oprea's dominant perspective is one of cold objectivity, relying little on easy emotions, with the exception of hidden, profound feelings and questions. Themes are his life's purpose - the ultimate springs of human actions... Intelligence, laconic sarcasm, humor, right targeting. How could we not be indebted to the author? He put his talent of storytelling to serve as exhortation which is a healthy response in the presence of the morbid, the simplistic in the face of artificial, the man-loving of light against darkness and evil." (Nicolae Steinhardt - philosopher, essayist and author)
"Leonard Oprea has no choice but to offer up his thoughts, his philosophies and experiences - his breathings - in these pages. In doing so, he reveals his being and the very nature of his soul. This is not an easy or simple process because words often fail. But fi nding just the right combination of nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs is a reward in itself because it elevates the mundane to higher, more ethereal levels... levels where one may fi nally develop the nerve to come and out say, "Hello, God." (Jeff Howe - poet, author, essayist)
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by on October 24, 2016
- Xlibris US, October 2013
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