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By Maik Sulmaya Pehrsson
In our modern world technological world, many western people are finding new meaning in ancient eastern traditions. But many people are not aware of the shear philosophical immensity and unfathomable antiquity of these traditions, the roots of which challenge our current view of the world and its history. Coming from a bygone age and evolving over thousands of years, the 'dharma' – spiritual teachings on the way things are – has come down to the present in an unbroken lineage of practical philosophy. This is a lineage in spiritual logic which has been producing scientific teachings on the true nature of the world, our place in it and, ultimately, the solutions to the universal problem of suffering. This book summarises the history of dharma through the Vedic and Buddhist traditions, builds a bridge to the western theology of St. Thomas Aquinas, investigates the core principles of their teachings and highlights the similarities and differences. Enter the mysticological field of merit where Vedanta, Yoga, Madhyamaka and Tantric Thomism meet...
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By Nathanael Tanko Noah
The Black Woman of Africa is a gamut of well crafted poetry. It shares the human experiences of love, hate, friendship, romance, death, violence, nostalgic feelings, hope, loneliness, adoration. The poem from which the title of the book derives, particularly celebrates the virtues of hard work, resilience and motherly love of the African woman.
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By Enrico Bedini
A collection of Roman and Greek classical statues, busts, water features, columns, vases and urns to bring elegance and sophistication to any setting. Each carved Bedini Art Piece will create an aura of tranquil beauty. Whether sited in the home or garden, and will provide you with an endless source of pleasure. We make hand carved marble fireplaces of all periods to any sizes and specifications you may wish.
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By Valerie Napier
Truth Hurts is a novel about family secrets. When some of these skeletons in the cupboard are revealed, they have devastating impacts on the individuals concerned. The two main characters, David Meredith and Bethan Rees have known each other from their schooldays. The story follows their relationship over forty years showing how the age in which they grew up, and its restrictions, coloured their lives forever.
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By Elizabeth May Winters
FairyLand is a collection of short stories and a small book of poems written about Grandma’s farm. The stories are set in and around FairyLand. This is a particular part of Grandma’s farm which tells about the harsh conditions experienced by her which was caused by the longest drought. These stories depict the spirit, life, and antics of some of the little people who live there. It shows the love between particular individuals and conveys the level of cooperation between different cultures to keep the landscape looking beautiful. Also, that kindness is rewarded for good deeds done. The poems are Grandma’s experiences with her granddaughter and autistic grandson, the friendship she acquires from the girls who attend the Coffee Group, and the animals on her farm.
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By Cheryl Van Hoorn
‘One of the things that I remember most about my mother aside from spitting her false teeth out of the bus window while trying to jettison some gum, was her constant chatter.’ In the metronome of the daily walks my mother told me stories. She was a brilliant woman, strong, beautiful and smart. Unfortunately for her while loving the man she rebelled against the patriarchy of the society she was born into with the blame of all ills landing squarely in the lap of the not so humble penis. I spent my life trying to balance her teachings while chasing down the male race and producing two boys from the perspective I learned at her feet with often hilarious results.
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By Md. Gias Uddin Miah
Religion, liberation, and oppression—of course desire for and horning-blows pave own ways in while discussing importance and probabilities of water resources in a monsoon dominating river full land. The mother soil earth is ours and full of graces, where we have to make life together merrily, and enchant streaming joyously. The religious and moral values suppose assist human being go loyal to the cause of causes the truth and beauty, quite often keep in shoving overwhelming mass get into fighting almost for nothing to tell the truth, instead of helping us pass through the path of peace. Some conjecture the earth can support 100 billion people if proper uses of natural resources go on replacing misuses. Not any lack of natural graces, but it is imprudence that lead people in Bangladesh drown and drench every year. Inherent enmity some from abroad foster on different ground is not also less responsible for the bad luck all here drag on. As Islamic fundamentalism runs a curse now a day so it is detrimental for the poor how the super powers act on.
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By Zuhour Al Mandil
‘Confession’ is the title of the whole volume of verse, and is a title of one poem whose medial position is symbolic and expressive of the heart and core of the book. It is a moment of pouring her heart and a vent of her long-pent-up emotions, a rare and very brave moment in the female viewpoint in her society. It is certainly a feather in Ms Al Mandil’s cap to be Qabbani’s counterpart in addressing the male side, the same way Qabbani had addressed the female side.
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By Lynne Pickering

WHERE IS MY MOTHER? The little barn owl squawked.

This is a story about; overcoming fear, friendship, caring, responsibility, forgiving, compassion, and being proud of who you are! It is an amusing tale about an owl chick called Hiccups who has a hiccup problem. He has unlikely foster parents; a pair of vultures. They are kind but not very helpful in teaching Hiccups how to hunt. They are different because they are scavengers and their food often makes Hiccups sick. Hiccups is reluctant to leave the nest because of his hiccups and wobbly flying. When his foster parents leave him abruptly, he realizes he is without survival skills. Good fortune comes Hiccups' way, when a farmer cares for him after Hiccups crashes into a barn. Butch the dog, Smiley the cat, and the chickens are also part of the story. He is a barn owl and barn owls belong on a farm.


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By Bernard Thorogood
After 60 years in Christian ministry, Bernard Thorogood reports on significant meetings, travels, and issues met along the way. Beginning his ministry in the islands of the South Pacific at the end of the colonial period, he describes Polynesia before the tourist rush as a paradise with deep scars. Called to take responsibility for the world work of the mission society, he needed to meet other parts of the world church in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean. Here Bernard Thorogood faces some key issues for Christian mission today. The third part of his ministry was in the United Reformed Church in Britain, involving much ecumenical activity, as the movement for unity shifted from the central organs of the churches to the congregations. Thorogood also tells of personal joys and heartaches. From Sussex to Polynesia, from London to Sydney, this is a spiritual as well as a global journey.
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By Jeleah Crawford
Becka is young, beautiful, foreign, and the key for invincibility to any supernatural being who drinks her dry. She is aware of the dangers that lurk during the night and that’s how she meets Azrael—dark, mysterious, handsome, and dangerous. He becomes attracted her to blood, like any vampire would, but he soon feels protective and possessive of her. Becka and Azrael go through more than they could imagine in keeping her and her blood safe, but not everyone has a happy ending and not everything will go as planned. They fight their way through demons and vampires with the help of newfound friends, Daniel and Nikkita.
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By Gianluca Boschi
This book has been on my mind all through my life, as a young child (age of four) I asked myself deep questions. Why we really are here and what’s our purpose in life! What’s our destiny & destination! Not knowing the answer I looked for it, sure in my heart that I was following a script already written! A little voice would lead me always sure even in my uncertainty that I was on the right path! I decided to share it with you, hope you enjoy it!
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By Zuhour Al Mandil
‘Confession’ is the title of the whole volume of verse, and is a title of one poem whose medial position is symbolic and expressive of the heart and core of the book. It is a moment of pouring her heart and a vent of her long-pent-up emotions, a rare and very brave moment in the female viewpoint in her society. It is certainly a feather in Ms Al Mandil’s cap to be Qabbani’s counterpart in addressing the male side, the same way Qabbani had addressed the female side.
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By Richard Brewis
The diaryof Arnold Snoad was written as a daily chronicle of the adventures of Mr. Snoad. Together with his wife Elizabeth and his trusty canine companion Ranger, Arnold embarks on an adventure through London's dubious criminal underworld. Entirely unfased by the mishaps he encounters on the streets and in the clubs, Arnold's stoic character and unflinching wit carry him through the darkest of situations. How will he save the life of freedom he wants for himself and his wife? What risks will he need to endure, to escape to freedom? Will he avoid the inevitable fate of organised crime? Action packed and fast paced, the chronicles of Arnold Snoad are sure to set you on the edge of your seat. In this crime thriller, all rules are barred and anything goes... .
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By Michelle Anne Noonan
This book is about a love that stood the test of time. A love story between a soldier and a young lady. One that fulfilled them and gave them both great strength. Through the good and the bad, at hard times, during struggles and time apart, they both stood tall. Their love—it endured beyond everything else. It was the only thing that mattered. Nature has a beautiful way of guiding people to their ultimate goals.
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