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by Mark KolodzeijPeople are made in the image of God. What does this mean? In order to understand why we were created we need to understand who God is. Once we understand who God is we need to identify how we fit into this picture of creation and who we are. Finally we need to know how we relate to others, the purpose of various institutions including marriage, government, the justice system, education and work. When we integrate Who God is, Who am I, and who are we, we can understand our purpose in life and how... more
by Joab RussoIs there any trauma or lack in your life? Recurring and undesired challenges you just can’t seem to be able to solve? Perhaps you lost someone close to you, and find it difficult to recover, accept and move on. Maybe you are trying so hard to find that special someone, or that coveted job or career, or even just some genuine meaning in your daily routine, yet achieve little to no success or fulfillment in doing so? Does everyone else around you seem to have some or all of it figured out, while y... more
by Michele SammonsIf this little book has made its way into your life, you can trust that it wasn't by accident. This happy coincidence is a nudge from the Universe to remind you that you are awesome. Each chapter is filled with tiny bursts of insight to nourish your heart, warm your Soul, and help you to remember your true-self. If you find yourself asking big, deep life questions like, "What's my purpose?" and "Why am I here?" then you'll want to curl up with The Little Book of Big Knowing. Inside you'... more
by Said Hasyim
Harness your subconsciousness to improve all aspects of your life, from financial security to satisfying living.
Do you feel unhappy despite all your achievements? Does stress consume your life? Are you struggling for happiness while living a meaningless life?
Discover the fundamental lessons of self-mastery that will enable you to shape your destiny:
- Quick ways to exploit the power of your subconscious mind that makes world's greatest achievers ... more
by Jerry Windley-DaoustIf you have a nagging sense that you should be praying with your kids but don't know where to begin, this book is for you. 77 Ways to Pray with Your Kids offers short, practical explanations of the many ways Catholics pray. While not all the prayer styles will become a permanent part of your family's prayer life, trying different types of prayer is a great way to introduce your kids to the wealth of prayer practices available. Along the way, a handful of these might become part of your family's ... more
by TerenceBless you O Lord for your infinite wisdom and Divine Mercy -Salvation- only through non-retaliation
by Mercedes Kirkel
In this true story, a former priest asks Yeshua and Mary Magdalene his unresolved questions about the Bible, the Church, and New Age spirituality. Yeshua and Mary’s profound answers—channeled by Mercedes Kirkel—lead the former priest on a transformational journey to love. Experience Yeshua and Mary Magdalene showing the way, just as they did 2000 years ago!
by Tyler Warne
The Black UU Survival Guide: How to Survive as a Black Unitarian Universalist and How Allies Can Keep It 100by Xolani Kacela
Unitarian Universalist (UU) colleagues and members dedicated to racial justice and reconciliation in congregational life will greatly benefit from reading The Black UU Survival Guide. You will gain a new understanding of the steps essential for bridging the racial and cultural gaps between Black UUs and UU allies.
The Black UU Survival Guide provides new insights about African Americans seeking right relationship with majority white UU congregations. It accompli... more
by Chaim BezalelThe year of the pandemic was the strangest and most productive year ever. I belong to a group that discusses the weekly portion of the Torah. When in Israel, I also belong to a ceramics workshop held in the community center. Inspired by these two activities, I wrote a book which combines poems and images of sculptures called "The Bible is not for Children." It deals with the difficult parts, which most people pass over. For example, the poem on the book of Numbers begins: "Numbers is a diminishi... more
Angel in the Kitchen 2: A Second Helping of Wit & Wisdom Inspired by Food, Cooking, Kitchen Tools and Appliances!by Tom English and Wilma Espaillat EnglishTOM & WILMA’S FAMILY OF ECCENTRIC KITCHEN ANGELS IS BACK! Meet Garbo, our tough-guy garbage pail, the crusty and outspoken Signor Panini, and Mr. Freeze, star of “The Big Thaw.” Learn why Katie the kettle frequently shrieks, and discover the curious link between pineapples and hospitality. These are just a few of the “kitchen angels” eagerly waiting to greet you within.Grab a cup of tea, find a comfy chair, and indulge in a second helping of witty and wise articles inspired by food, cooking, and... more
by J.S. WolfeAfter meeting my first psychopath, I had to know where his humanity went. But after meeting many more over 20 years, while working as an acting and meditation coach, the worlds of Buddhism and Psychopathy converged. Another pattern emerged, and that was the fast decline in empathy in general. Whether we wanted to be detached or callously indifferent, the end result was the same. Our emotional illiteracy had blocked our understanding, and without understanding, there is no empathy. Take a journey... more
by Sophia Elizabeth LambertCrisis, disappointment, uncertainties, and hardships are characteristics of every life. While some of these issues can easily be overcome, there are others that threaten to suffocate the life out of us. But why are they happening? Why has our world turn upside down ? In the darkest of night when hope seems elusive, or its permanently gone, instead of being deferred.... even as you try to see the silver lining, life's difficulties insist on holding you by the throat as you're trying to make se... more
by Sophia Elizabeth LambertHow would you like to change our future history today? Would like to make an indelible impact on your society? Rise Up is a call to stand up to the challenge of mentoring our boys to young men to prevent history's repetition in demonizing our youths. In these times, we have to be intentional in preparing our younger generations for the future. This book was written so we can help our young men make wise choices, encourage them to endure the discipline of becoming men of integrity and receive... more
by Christopher Adam RiceThis is only the beginning for “BEAUTIFUL SOULS”. We are focused on creating positive directions in our lives and the lives of others around us. All photos in this book were taken by “BEAUTIFUL SOULS” members. Come join us and be part of something beautiful!!!
by Greg MillsBackground and historical context The Apostle Paul warned the Church at Philippi: they should all understand their claim to salvation, …work out your own salvation with fear and trembling, Philippians 2:12b This book is to help Christians understand God’s plan for salvation. We carefully examine the letter to the Hebrews, verse by verse. For those who question our faith, we should have a ready answer. We can’t explain it to others until we fully understand it ourselves. First some ... more