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  • Heaven's Doors . . . Wider Than You Ever Believed!

    by George W. Sarris
    Exposing a 1,500-Year-Old Myth about Hell! What happens to us after we die? For the first 500 years after Christ, most Christians believed that God would ultimately redeem all of his creation. Hell was real, but it had a positive purpose, and it didn’t last forever. Then beliefs changed. For the past 1,500 years we’ve been told that most of the billions of people who have lived on this earth will remain separated from the love and mercy of God for all eternity. The moms and dads, grand... more
  • The Tao of Sudoku: Yoga for the Brain

    by Cristina Smith

    Both a profound philosophy and fun puzzle book, The Tao of Sudoku is yoga for the brain that stretches your mind, nourishes your soul and touches your heart. It dishes up fascinating facts, enlightening insights and some surprising benefits of this popular puzzle, providing tasty food for thought. The 100 easy to intermediate puzzles come with an inspiring quote, making every page both a challenge to be solved and a meditation for self-realization.

    This book can help you:

  • The Word Search Oracle: Yoga for the Brain

    by Cristina Smith

    Both a profound philosophy and fun puzzle book, The Word Search Oracle is yoga for the brain™ that stretches your mind, nourishes your soul and touches your heart.

    Featuring Darity Wesley's inspirational Oracle messages, these 60 easy to advanced puzzles make every page both a challenge to be solved and a meditation for self-realization.

    It gets even better. Once all words are found, a hidden message is revealed; a powerful mantra to affirm the Oracle reading. ... more

  • A Tea Garden in Tivoli - American Garden Design Inspired by the Japanese Way of Tea

    by Bettina Mueller
    A Tea Garden in Tivoli - American Garden Design Inspired by the Japanese Way of Tea is a guide to garden design and flower arranging woven around the story of a unique garden in the Hudson Valley of New York. This is an intriguing and accessible introduction to the Japanese garden aesthetic for the backyard gardener by veteran Zen and Tea student Bettina Mueller. Drawing from her decades long study of the Japanese Tea tradition where great - even legendary - gardens are small by necessit... more
  • Essay Writing Guide From Professionals

    by Elizabeth Grim

    The following essay writing guide focuses on all of the basics and some of the advanced techniques that academics can employ to produce the perfect paper, regardless of the topic or the academic level. Essay writing doesn’t come naturally to all people, which is why many rely on essay writing services. Opting for a high-quality essay writing guide, however, can give people the skills needed to complete the task on their own.

    The guide takes a look at different types of essays and ... more

  • Digital Capability

    by Pearl Zhu

    We are experiencing the major societal TRANSFORMATION from the industrial machine age to the information/knowledge /insight/ digital era. Digitalization implies the full-scale changes in the way business is conducted so that it’s multi-dimensional planning and orchestration. Although living in the digital sea, you have to change with the "tide," you also have to follow the well-defined principles which would guide you in decisions and how you relate to others, with which speed... more

  • Chinese, English, and French Words in Use

    by Hua Zhang
    Knowledge of English and French vocabulary is becoming increasingly important for Chinese students of foreign languages. However, many of the dictionaries, workbooks, and textbooks available for assisting learners with the standards outlined in the Common European Framework for Reference for Language (CEFR) feature English-Chinese or French-Chinese arrangements, and so they can be less accessible to Chinese-speaking learners. In order to specifically help Chinese-speaking learners approach both ... more
  • Great Objectives

    by Robert Finch
    In his book Utilitarianism, John Stuart Mill refers to the great objects of human life. We may assume that that what Mill calls an object is the same as an objective in modern parlance. The examples of great objectives that Mill cites include power, fame, and money. One wonders how seriously Mill was actually endorsing such aims to be the overarching objectives of living or whether he was simply expressing his finding that many people actually do take such aims as these for life. The contention ... more
  • Prophets in Our Midst

    by David T. Johnston, Ph.D.
    This book begins with a chapter about Sri Aurobindo and the prophetic nature of his opus magnum, Savitri, using references from Carl Jung. I then examine Jung?s creation myth, using comparative material form Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. I end with a note on heart-Self centered transformation and one involving spiritual transfiguration. I follow with a discussion on the work of J. R. R. Tolkien from the perspective of the mythical psyche, using comparative material from Jung. I subsequently disc... more
  • Eccentricity: Society's Secret Sauce: The Value of Being Eccentric

    by Brett Sinclair
    Where would the world be in the 21st century without eccentrics, people filled with a nonconformist idealism who changed the world? The author takes us beyond the realm of psychological theory into the historical and present day reality of the value of being eccentric.
  • Angelicals Reviewed

    by Izak Botha

    Do you have a soul? Is the soul a gift from God? Or is it something else? Does the soul guarantee life after death? Or is its purpose yet to be discovered? In Angelicals Reviewed, researcher of metaphysics, Izak Botha, challenges conventional thinking around the nature of soul and presents a startling new hypothesis.

    In a groundbreaking study covering multiple disciplines, Izak shares his knowledge regarding the soul. In these pages you will discover:

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  • Peanut of Blind Faith Farm

    by Jim Thompson
    Meet Peanut, a tiny lamb born on a farm one summer. The farmers, Jim and Laura, soon noticed that Peanut was different than other lambs. She stayed close to her mother and and showed no interest in playing with the other lambs. She bobbed her head and appeared to be listening to even the smallest of noises. That's when Jim and Laura realized: Peanut had been born blind. How would she survive? This is the joyful and true account about how a lamb overcame a lot of hard challenges to become a... more
  • Boundless Mind (Greek Edition)

    by Jenny Gkotsi
    This is the Greek Edition of the book "Boundless Mind" by Jenny Gkotsi
  • Nothing (Greek Edition)

    by Jenny Gkotsi
    This is the Greek Edition of the book "Nothing" by Jenny Gkotsi
  • Nothing

    by Jenny Gkotsi
    Maybe someone feels this way, after a noteworthy time, when he overcomes the barriers and is guided to self-actualization. Perhaps, however, that emptiness inside should never be filled with anything and without reason. Maybe there should always be emptiness inside us that moves us to fulfillment and forces us to have conversations.
  • The Matrix of Western Culture: Perspectives on History, the Arts and Ideas

    by Arthur Wenk
    Art, music, literature, philosophy & theology, science & mathematics, history & social sciences: how do they all fit together? For readers interested in seeing the “big pic-ture,” I commend to your attention The Matrix of Western Culture: Perspectives on History, the Arts and Ideas, organized around a grid with those six cultural categories on one axis and time, marked in centuries, on the other. The interior of the matrix comprises a representative repertoire described in a series of brief,... more

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