Small Miracles: The Story of the Princess Alia Foundation

Co-authored by HRH Princess Alia, the eldest daughter of the late King Hussein of Jordan, and Sharifa Sarra GhaziSmall Miracles, the Story of the Princess Alia Foundation is the account of an extraordinary charitable endeavour. When it was established in 2009, the authors little knew how the Foundation would fundamentally change their lives, as well as the lives of countless others – animal and human.

Written with passion and humour and gloriously illustrated, this book should be compulsory reading in every part of the world, to reawaken the seeds of compassion that live in all mankind but all too often lie dormant through ignorance or social conditioning, to remind us that we share this planet and our destiny with all living things, and to promote the balance, harmony and respect of all creation.

In hardback

When Lyn White, an animal cruelty investigator, mooted the idea of an organisation to alleviate and prevent the appaling abuse of animals she was daily witness to, Princess Alia immediately embraced it and saw in it the opportunity to help humans in need as well as animals. Tireless in her charitable work and a woman of limitless compassion, Her Royal Highness nonetheless needed support to get the idea off the ground, and the obvious choice was Sherifa Sarra Ghazi, someone already committed to animal welfare and education, and highly organised and motivated besides. The Foundation is now well established. Although staffed entirely by volunteers and dependent on finance and support from kindly individuals and organisations within Jordan and around the world, its reputation and reach continue to grow. The New Hope Treatment Centre was launched in 2010 to provide medical care for animals, and Growing Together (Equine Therapy) initiated early in 2012 is already showing remarkable results with troubled and autistic children. The story of the Princess Alia Foundation, its triumphs and tragedies, hopes and dreams, and the small miracles that take place each day, is told here – at times harrowing and heart-breaking, at times joyful and uplifting. Above all, it is indisputable evidence of the humbling and transformative power of kindness. Written with passion and humour and gloriously illustrated, this book should be compulsory reading in every part of the world, to reawaken the seeds of compassion that live in all mankind but all too often lie dormant through ignorance or social conditioning, to remind us that we share this planet and our destiny with all living things, and to promote the balance, harmony and respect of all creation.

Dimensions 21.8 x 21 cm
Format

Hardback

ISBN

9780956417084

Publication

24th May 2014 (Middle East)

26th June 2014 (Worldwide)

Author

HRH Princess Alia Al Hussein,

Sharifa Sarra Ghazi

Publisher

Medina Publishing

2 reviews for Small Miracles: The Story of the Princess Alia Foundation

  1. LIFE IN BALANCE

    ‘AN INSPIRATION TO ACT’ – LIFE IN BALANCE review Small Miracles
    9 May 2014

    The title is a classic example of understatement in that the story tells of nothing short of an abundance of miraculous events, interventions, intricate collaborations and the dogged action of a group of people, spearheaded by Princess Alia of Jordan and her cousin Sharifa Sarra Ghazi, determined to alleviate suffering and neglect …’
    ‘The authors and their Foundation have succeeded in rescuing many animals and given them a haven at Lionsrock in South Africa. They and their compatriots represent those people who see beyond political boundaries and the lines drawn in faith, they hear the cry of those who have no words and act with selfless compassion. The story is riveting, heartbreaking, uplifting and awe inspiring…’
    – See more at: https://medinapublishing.com/category/latest-news/#sthash.Hb6cGedh.dpuf

  2. Nafisa Altai

    From Nafisa Altai
    This is great work. Good luck and so proud of your amazing work.. If only the world would stop and take notice and care!!

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