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First In The Morning

Author : Osho
ISBN : 9780880506199
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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First in the Morning: Every morning you probably begin your day by looking at the news and checking your emails – and you will probably agree that this is not the most inspirational start to the day. First in the Morning is Osho talking on a variety of subjects specially selected for the morning. It gives you a different option for your morning routine, a taste of meditation that can carry you through the day. Simply begin each morning by finding a moment to sit quietly, be with yourself, and read the suggested passage. The extracts here, and in the companion volume Last in the Evening, are taken from intimate one-on-one talks with Osho, and he suggested this compilation of his insights on a variety of subjects that include the nature of bliss, joy, and meditation. Whether you are familiar with meditation or a newcomer to the inner world, these two invaluable books, separately or together, can make a real difference to how you approach each day, and your life.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Like The First Morning

Author : Michael J. Ortiz
ISBN : 9781594715921
Genre : Religion
File Size : 40.98 MB
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In Like the First Morning, acclaimed author and teacher Michael J. Ortiz presents both a literary and a deeply personal approach to the Morning Offering, a popular form of daily prayer practiced by millions of Catholics worldwide. The book reveals the depth of this simple devotion, showing how a daily offering up of prayers, works, joys, and sufferings renews every aspect of life, and inspires the reader to live each day with greater intentionality and joy. Like the First Morning reflects upon the Morning Offering, a popular and beloved Catholic devotion prayed at the start of each day to consecrate the day to Christ. Michael Ortiz, a religion and English teacher and author of Swan Town, draws from theologians, popes, poets, novelists, philosophers, mystics, and saints to help readers to become more fully aware of the beauty of God’s creation and be more open to his grace. This unique book of Catholic spirituality consists of fourteen short, lyrical chapters, each centered on a key phrase of the prayer. The fresh approach to this ancient practice will appeal to those who seek inspiration to continue this form of daily prayer, as well as those who are unfamiliar with the devotion who want to deepen their prayer life.
Category: Religion

Everything A Woman Wants To Hear First Thing In The Morning

Author : Mar L
ISBN : 9781483622828
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 73.39 MB
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Mar L embarks upon a new form of romantic fiction and entertainment with this daily devotional. This small treasure will be a perfect addition to all of your coffee table readers, and will be just what you need to spice up that weekend house party with friends and loved ones. Read it as a true daily devotional, pick it up alongside a nightcap, or take it with you on the plane. In every case you'll laugh, sigh, smile often, and might even shed a tear occasionally in between stanzas. Whether it is read first thing in the morning or late at night, this little red book is guaranteed to be "Everything a Woman Wants to Hear "
Category: Self-Help

First In

Author : Gary Schroen
ISBN : 9780345484598
Genre : History
File Size : 28.21 MB
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While America held its breath in the days immediately following 9/11, a small but determined group of CIA agents covertly began to change history. This is the riveting first-person account of the treacherous top-secret mission inside Afghanistan to set the stage for the defeat of the Taliban and launch the war on terror. As thrilling as any novel, First In is a uniquely intimate look at a mission that began the U.S. retaliation against terrorism–and reclaimed the country of Afghanistan for its people.
Category: History

Morning And Evening Meditations From The Word Of God

Author : Michael J. Akers
ISBN : 9781490829180
Genre : Religion
File Size : 54.7 MB
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There are many devotional books available containing brief, daily inspirations that benefit all who read them. This book is different in two respects. The first is obvious: it contains two readings per day—732 in all. The second, more important difference is that the author wanted to do more than offer inspiration; this would make this book no different than so many others. The messages in the book are study sketches in that the content is not only inspirational, but also educational, challenging, and encouraging. Most of these writings were based on author Michael J. Akers’s teaching of adult Bible studies for more than thirty years and learning what really brought adults to want to deepen their knowledge and application of the Word of God.
Category: Religion

First Morning Star And Other Tales

Author : Peter Metevelis
ISBN : 9780595290239
Genre : Fiction
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This collection of fantasy, science fiction, ghost stories, and amazing tales provides the reader with variety. In "First Morning Star" an archaeologist goes to the ends of the world seeking the origin of civilization. He finds it--in spades. In "Fake Sleeper," a youth finds a creative way to win a drag race with a pooped out jalopy. Many stories flutter between worlds of the living and worlds of the dead. Their spectral cast haunts unsuspecting mortals, often from a recurring cemetery called Sarah's Lot. In "Rob the Horrible," the undead protagonist wanders the world perplexed by effects his ghastly appearance have on the mortals he encounters. In "The Beckoning," a ghost who first frightens a 1960s office lady turns out to be full of tenderness. Through his stark language, haunting imagery, and humor, author Peter Metevelis crosses culture and time with an unaffected easiness, spinning yarns that collectively offer a single experience across cultures. Even while crossing boundaries of time and culture, Prof. Metevelis continues to explore the riddle of mortality.
Category: Fiction