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by Annemarie Schimmel
by Lorna Byrne
"Angels In My Hair is the autobiography of a modern day mystic, an Irish woman with powers of the saints of old. When she was a child, people thought Lorna was retarded because she did not seem to be focusing on the world around her, instead ...
by Julian Baldick
How the Jews Adapted Roman Culture to Create Judaism As We Know It
by Burton L. Visotzky
Hard to believe but true: - The Passover Seder is a Greco-Roman symposium banquet - The Talmud rabbis presented themselves as Stoic philosophers - Synagogue buildings were Roman basilicas - Hellenistic rhetoric professors educated sons of ...
by JOHN HENRY NEWMAN
A highly influential figure in the Church of England, John Henry Newman stunned the Anglican community in 1843, when he left his position as vicar of St. Mary's, Oxford, to join the Roman Catholic church. Perhaps no one took greater offense than
by Robert A Bowie
by LEVI DOWLING
This visionary text professes to tell the complete story of Jesus' life, including the ""lost"" years, during which he traveled and studied in Tibet, Egypt, India, Persia, and Greece. First published in 1908, this mystical work is the ...
by Thich Nhat Hanh
"Despite all of our best intentions, communication is still a challenge for most of us. How do we say what we mean in a way that the other person can really hear? How can we learn to listen with compassion and understanding? Why do people ...
by Eckhart Tolle
Is it possible that the simple act of being is not actually that simple? That to really be here now requires practice, like any other skill worth learning? On "The Art of Presence, " Eckhart Tolle invites you to a six-session audio retreat to ...Audio Book
by John Bridges
On any given day, a man is faced with situations that demand a response. He runs into a friend who was recently fired . . . His date can't seem to pry herself away from a texting conversation during dinner . . . Someone at his gym routinely ...
by Cheryl Shade
So much depends on being a lady. A true one knows that the question, “How are you today” isn't an invitation for her to unload the day's ordeals. She knows that her unsolicited opinion of a friend's fuzzy lime green sweater dress ...
by ST. JOHN OF THE CROSS
He was called ""the greatest of all mystical theologians"" by spiritual teacher Thomas Merton. And when St. John of the Cross was proclaimed to be a Doctor of the Church, Pope Pius XI praised his work as ""a guide and handbook for the man of ...
by Rae Orion
Learn how to get your precise horoscope, decipher astrological symbols, and benefit from the phases of the moon with A<i>strology for Dummies, Second Edition.</i> You?ll learn how to construct your birth chart, interpret its component parts, and
365 meditations for dog-lovers
by Stephen J. Poxon
A year’s worth of illustrated reflections and meditations on dogs known and loved. ...
by Randal Rauser
The question of God is simply too important-and too interesting-to leave to angry polemicists. That is the premise of this friendly, straightforward, and rigorous dialogue between Christian theologian Randal Rauser and atheist Justin Schieber. ...
by Joan Konner
"All thinking men are atheists", Ernest Hemingway famously wrote. True? Here are quips, quotes and questions from a distinguished assortment of geniuses and jokers, giving readers a chance to decide for themselves. . .<br>Includes comments from-
by Jon D. Mikalson
by THERESE OF LISIEUX
""Our Lord does not look so much at the greatness of our actions, nor even at their difficulty, but at the love with which we do them."" - Saint Therese of LisieuxOne of the greatest spiritual classics ever written, this influential ...
Deeksha and the Evolution of Consciousness
by Arjuna Ardagh
A fascinating discovery in southern India has caught the attention of spiritual teachers from every tradition, leaders from around the world, and millions more. It is the phenomenon called the Oneness Blessing (also known as deeksha in the ...
Wilderness Hiking as Spiritual Practice
by Belden C. Lane