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  • The Uncommon Priest

    by Feroz Fernandes
    A diverting, eye-opening, but uneven look at the real lives of priests. The vignettes deal with whimsical, humorous details of priestly life.
  • The Silent Path: Awaken to Your Highest Possibility

    by Avi
    “The Silent Path” is an invitation to dive into the deep mysteries of life. It is an invitation to take an adventurous journey into the depths of your inner being. Every insight and understanding in this writing comes from the innermost recesses of a human heart that went in search of the ultimate Truth. This book is a reflection of an Awakened mind; a mind that transcended the confines of all known boundaries of human conception. Some of the questions this book attempts to answer are: What ... more
  • Love, Death and the Afterlife: Reflections of a Christian Mystic

    by Barbara Patton Unger
    Until her mother died, author Barbara Patton Unger never thought very much about death and never discussed it. However, when her mother passed away after spending her final two years in bed unable to walk or talk with a feeding tube in her stomach, Unger’s curiosity was aroused. Although a believer in Heaven, she wondered, where was Mom now? This motivated Unger to dive into what our religious doctrines had to say, become a student of Quantum Physics, listen to what those who had Near Death E... more
  • Cold Coffee, Lukewarm Bathwater, & Warm Hugs

    by Angel Enfinger Crain
    Life gets hectic. Bills pile up. Illness strikes. But through it all, there are lessons. Life is a series of lessons and obstacles, funny moments and tragic loss. Finding a reason to smile, even on the darkest days, can have a majorly positive impact. In this compilation of short stories, musings, and "Mom" moments, it is this author's desire to lift your spirits, to offer encouragement, and to inspire all who thumb through these pages. Your coffee may grow cold. There may not be any hot water w... more
  • COR PERFECTUM: What You Don't Know About Your Heart May Be Killing Your Life

    by Jewa Lea
    Heart disease is the number one killer in the western world. It does not discriminate based on race, gender, class or status. Despite billions spent on healthcare solutions - medical, surgical and pharmaceutical - it remains number one. Traditional understanding of the heart is limited and marginal, at best. - The heart as a pump is an antiquated idea that does not stand up to basic physics. The heart and its role in our daily living is like an enormous iceberg, substantial yet its vital asp... more
  • Whose Apple is it, Anyway! The Journal

    by Dr. Linda F. Williams, DSW
    Without fail, from her mother to strangers, readers of the book were deeply changed. They say the book brings up deep seated issues they had not faced and that they will tell us about it later. It was evident that debriefing was necessary as individuals progressed through the book. Whose Apple is it, Anyway! The Journal, was created to document your journey and to share those things you need to talk about in "the moment." The point of revelation or enlightenment. That "Ah-HA" moment at which ... more
  • Sunny Finds her Shine

    by Pina Tripodi
    Sunny Finds her Shine is a story about a sunflower who searches far and wide for a place to fit in. She ultimately learns to shine bright as her true self. This book incorporates yoga poses and positive affirmations throughout the story, making it an interactive experience for children.
  • How to Be a Legendary Teacher

    by Adam Prociv
    Adam Prociv learned quickly that the energy he exuded in the classroom had a huge impact on the young children he was teaching. In How to be a Legendary Teacher, he explores how educators can inspire students and help them learn, starting with the way they approach each day. As a teacher, your primary role is to create good energy, which can be as simple as your body language. Ask yourself if you are a teacher you’d enjoy being taught by—and if the answer is no—then do some soul searching. Th... more
  • Our Magnificent Afterlife: Beyond Our Fondest Dreams

    by C. David Lundberg

    A groundbreaking, thorough overview of the afterlife. Excerpts from dozens of sources that include many from souls who live there (via telepathic reports). Its 55 chapters include what souls do with their time; how souls initially arrive, the incredible beauty in the various environments, judgment, mindpower and telepathy, our spiritual bodies, cities, government, recreation, the logic of it all, the scope of Heaven, Summerland, Purgatory, the buildings, soul groups, religion, the encompassin... more

  • Life: The Paths and Choices We Make

    by Larry Reinheardt
    As we travel through life we are faced with many paths and choices. Sometime the path will divide and we have to make a choice as to which one we will follow. We will sometime pray, roll the dice, or flip a coin to make that choice. Most of these options are not the best way to make that choice. However we make the choice we have to live with the results. We can so easily lose our way if we are not careful. I have live with the paths and choices I have made in life. Some were okay some not so... more
  • Moving Forward Through His Love and Grace

    by Joan Gettry
    Life on its own cannot live without other exchanges. Take the trees for example, they give us and all living creatures sustenance to life and we in exchange, give them our unsustainable portions that's vital to them. Moving Forward is life's journey that's laced with setbacks and regrets that encourages our giving up. Remember, within us, lies the indomitable forces of faith, hope and perseverance. Let them work and glow together and success is possible.
  • On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation

    by Carl Moyler
    This book is dedicated to all those heroes and heroines who have seen and will see life as a daring adventure to be given in the name of service to humanity, to justice and to freedom. We know a few of them, but many others are lost among the nameless crowd. Albert Camus and Martin Luther King Jr are two first class role models who lived out their passions for justice and freedom. Today, they are among the heroes who are well remembered around the world. The following words seem appropriate to r... more
  • Disease Is an Expiation of the Sins

    by Mira Bajirova
    Disease is an expiation of the sins. Every sin is a disobedience to God. The sins involve the evil jinn (demons). When a person commits the sin, a black spot appears on his heart. If he repents, asks for the forgiveness, gives up with the sins, restores the people's rights and honor, who were wronged, and follows the Qur'an and Sunnah, Almighty Allah will purify his heart. But, if a person continues with the sins, his heart will become black and he will be doomed. “…Indeed, there is in the body ... more
  • 55 Reflections of a Searching Skeptic: Scanning the Depths of Spirituality and Mental Health

    by Rich Melcher
    Peppered with personalized poetic commentary that embellishes a wide variety of readings, Melcher integrates spirituality, mental health, and self-enrichment with honest and poignant memoir. Enjoy the eclectic offerings of hope and enlivenment in 55 Reflections of a Searching Skeptic and experience many moments of stunning openness and helpful insight.
  • Three Proofs That God Exists

    by Walt Runkis
    Three Proofs That God Exists is a distillation of over 60-years’ experience. Part of it chronicles Walt’s spiritual and professional journey, but it's not really about him. It is about adventures he experienced during his life and the non-ordinary events he calls “cracks in the laws of physics,” which accompanied them. He had his first “brush with the Cosmos” in 1967, during a near-death experience, when he strolled in a celestial garden and communed with a formless Being of masculine voice. The... more