In the Relaunch of his Book, Within Oneself, Author and Entrepreneur Athanasios (Chris) Karamesines Provokes Thoughts and Inspires Souls.


By design, Within Oneself is a fast but rich read: a well-thought-out book that has the power to change the thinking of everyone who takes the time to read and comprehend its contents.


Karamesines provided a thought-provoking masterpiece by amalgamating current challenges and practical lessons that will help the reader manage life and its dimensions. He is able to skillfully combine literal and scriptural pearls of wisdom to deliver liberating truths. Throughout the book, there are notable excerpts that will resonate with readers. Lines such as, “People are placed into this world not as a finality—but as a possibility.”, “To see life as you might make it, you must go alone into the mountains of spiritual thought as Christ went alone into the Garden, leaving the world to get the strength to live in the world.” and, “Dreams can be compelling. You can have them come true exactly as you dream, and they can be good. But the realization is rarely as good as the dream itself.”


Karamesines’ creativity is laudable, and he conveyed his point in a non-condescending manner. Rather, he keeps a positive tone throughout the book and compels the reader to absorb and ponder the message he imparts.


At the pinnacle of success, Karamesines earnestly lives by the same principles he transcribed in the book. He is the epitome and the reflection of his own work.


Renew the mind, heart, and soul. Get your copy.


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Within Oneself

Author: Athanasios (Chris) Karamesines

Publisher: Your Online Publicist

Published Date: October 2021

Book Genre: Self-help


About the Author:

Athanasios (Chris) Karamesines was born in Chicago, and from an early age he developed an innate sense of understanding the human spirit. Chris is self-taught in almost everything he has accomplished, and has traveled extensively throughout the world.

Food & Art Tours Relaunch on Atlanta BeltLine

ATLANTAMay 26, 2021PRLog — BiteLines has relaunched its food and art tours on the Atlanta BeltLine, a top destination in Atlanta. The tour starts at Krog Street Market, named “one of the world’s best food halls” by Travel & Leisure, and winds its way through the heart of the trendy Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, stopping to sample food from some of Atlanta’s most popular restaurants, such as Nina & Rafi and Guac y Margys.

Along the way, tour participants can see why the Atlanta BeltLine is called the “South’s largest temporary outdoor art exhbition,” discovering murals, sculptures and street art and learning about artists through exclusive video interviews and interactive experiences. The tour explores murals in progress by local artists Jenevieve713 and arrrtaddict, sponsored by Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, as well as street art by emerging and renowned artists such as Tiny Doors ATL artist Karen Anderson Singer; Atlanta artists Greg Mike and H Dawg; and Mexican artist Hola Lou.

The Atlanta BeltLine is an urban renewal project that is adapting a former railroad corridor into a pedestrian trail. Eventually forming a 22-mile loop around Atlanta, it draws an estimated 2 million visitors a year and has spurred at least $6 billion in economic growth. It is a top tourist destination.

“Atlanta is reinventing itself, and the Atlanta BeltLine is ground zero,” said Nicole Gustin, Founder & CEO. “With two food halls and an explosion of new restaurants, a walk down the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail is a food lover’s dream.”

The BiteLines tour includes a history and overview of the BeltLine, as well as plans for upcoming restaurants and businesses. Beginning June 5, the Krog Street Market tour will be held on Saturdays at 11 a.m., with additional tours added later. BiteLines is targeted to both tourists and local residents, and offers custom tours for celebrations, special occasions and corporate events.

BiteLines is owned and operated by Nicole Gustin, a former journalist and longtime marketing professional. An Atlanta native who lives in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, Gustin has dined her way around the globe, and walked more than 1,000 miles on the Atlanta BeltLine.

“There are metro Atlanta residents and tourists who have heard of the BeltLine but don’t know how to get there or where to park. They might be intimidated by trying new restaurants for fear they will have a bad meal. We do all the work for them, and all they have to do is show up and have fun,” Gustin said.

BiteLines had just launched when the pandemic shut down most businesses in spring 2020. The tours are returning with COVID precautions in place, keeping to small groups and asking participants to wear masks at restaurants when not seated.

“We feel this is a good time to relaunch,” Gustin said. “People are ready to dine out again, and ready to explore.”

To book a tour, go to (