Ewelina Maria Bugajska-Javorka poetess, philosopher and Ambassador.
Her literature has followers around the world. Ewelina Maria through her poetry tells what is important in life calls for peace, she loves humanity and connects people from each corner of the world. Her words have reached many hearts around the globe.
She was born in Poland and now lives permanently in Denmark. She attended the secondary school of economics and the university of philosophy. Author of the books „The Crumbs of Amber” in Polish (original title „Okruchy bursztynu” ), “Poesy: My life” in English, and “Essence Of Soul And Mind” in English. Co-author a collection of poems by two poets: Ewelina Maria Bugajska-Javorka and Felipe de Jesús A. Hernández from Mexico “Aroma in Breeze”. The book will contain poems by both poets in three languages: English, Polish, and Spanish.
Ewelina Maria is the International Goodwill Ambassador for Minorities at The Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities – FAAVM Canada and International Ambassador of The Brahmand Evolution Council, the Universal Mission for Peace, Justice, and Humanity as well as a member of International Forum to support the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
Ambassador of Literature granted by Motivational Strips.
Awarded by Government of The Republic Peru ‚WORLD AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE LITERATURE 2019- 2020’. She also received the „Global Doves Of Peace” award. Awarded as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. She is a fifth prize winner: International Cultural Festival „TRA LE PAROLE E L’INFINITO”. – Italy. Winner of the Prestigious World Literary Award, „WORLD POETIC STAR”, granted by NWNU – Union of Writers of the World Kazakhstan. She also received Festival Award is awarded granted by the international jury and the Organizing Committee of the X International Literary Festival „Chekhov Autumn-2019” in Yalta, Writers’ Union of the Republic of Crimea. She is also an awarder of Dr. Hanan Awwad Peace Award 2019 granted by The Palestine Centre of International Pen, Palestine as well as the winner of the „Golden Pen” award granted by World National Writers’ Union Kazakhstan. Ewelina Maria was also awarded by Cav. Nicola Paone – Honorary Ambassador for Culture in Europe – International Organization for Diplomatic Relations Rome – „GRAND AWARD TO EXCELLENCE” 2020 Italy for her literary carer. She received International Award „Paragon of Hope”, granted by Hera Foundation and Tony TV, New York, USA, and Kishwer & Tony Peace Foundation, Radio/TV, Canada as well as Award on creating Global Standard Literature by Sahitya Academy Gujrat, India and Motivational Strips, Oman and Naji Naaman Literary Prize for creativity from Naji Naaman Foundation, Lebanon. She received a Certificate of Appreciation from Prince Tareq Sultan Al-Zureigi, President International Federation of Arab Intellectuals, Sanaa, Yemen.
Ewelina Maria is also a laureate of many awards at national literary competitions and recitation competitions in her homeland in Poland. She is a member of the NWNU – Union of Writers of the World as well as an Honorary member of MNAC, Naji Naaman’s Foundation, Lebanon. Ewelina Maria is the President of the Spanish-World Writers’ Union – UNIÓN HISPANOMUNDIAL DE ESCRITORES (UHE), branch in Denmark. The Chief Administrator in Motivational Strips and approving editor Bharath Vision, the web magazine of Motivational Strips in which she periodically interviews famous figures from the world of literature from the whole world, „LETS TALK ABOUT YOU” is gaining more and more popularity.
She is literary consultant of the FORUM POETRY INDIA भारत कवित कविता मंच ഭാരതീയ കാവ്യ വേദികൾ and WHORLED WIDE WRITERS व्यापक चक्र लेखक ുക ുക ലോകോത്തര എഴുത്തുകാർ
Poetry has been with her since she was a child. As a nine-year-old girl, she reached for the poetry of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, a German poet from the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, fascinated by his works, she started writing poetry herself, and when she was 17 years old she published her own poetry book „Crumbs of amber” in Polish. During her high school years, she divided her world between strict economy and artistic life. She founded the cabaret „I Don’t Know – I Know”, which was popular in her hometown. She also tried her forces on the board Groteska Theatre in Krakow. After graduating from high school, she started studying philosophy at the Jagiellonian University, and at the same time, she began working at the „Gazeta Krakowska” in Krakow as a journalist. Her poetry has been translated into many languages from around the world, including Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Albanian, Romanian, Bengali, Urdu, Nepali, Malayalam, Hindi, Gujarati, Arabic, Kurdish, and many more.
Ewelina Maria’s poetry was published in the Galaktica Poetike literary magazine „ATUNIS”. Her poems were published in the Bengali literary magazine „SAHITTO” as well as in the international cultural magazines „Cultural Reverence”, „POETRY POEM”, “The Prelude” and „ARTISTI SELEZIONATI” and many more..
Ewelina Maria married a Slovak artist painter, Vorden Art, and she left her homeland to live in Slovakia in her husband’s hometown. After two years, together they decided to go out into the world in search of their own paradise on earth and they left for Cyprus. They spent two years there and then turned the sunny island into a cool and rainy Scandinavia. They moved to Denmark, where they live until now. They combined their forces, painting, and poetry. Ewelina Maria writes poems that appear on the back of the canvas of the oil paintings by her husband, their joint works have been published in various art catalogs including the Italian catalog „Artisti Selezionati”.
They combined their forces, painting, and poetry. Ewelina Maria writes poems that appear on the back of the canvas of the oil paintings by her husband, their joint works have been published in various art catalogs including the Italian catalog „Artisti Selezionati”. Her poetry is sincere and tells about relationships and love, about life in such a way as to keep the reader attentive for a while.
Thank you Ewelina for sharing your story with us.