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Being True To Life

Author : David Richo
ISBN : 0834821737
Genre : Self-Help
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Psychotherapist David Richo offers a fresh and inspiring approach to personal growth: we can use the process of writing and reading poetry to move toward greater self-understanding and emotional healing. Even if you’ve never written a poem before, you can learn to use poetry to explore your feelings, your relationships, your childhood, your dreams, and more. Richo explains how the creative, intuitive process of making poetry can help us gain access to our deepest truths, leading us to make connections and explore experiences in a new way, beyond the constraints of everyday language. This book offers a range of practical exercises for getting started, as well as guidance on how to read poetry in a way that can be personally transformative. Being True to Life shows us that poetry is not reserved for a few specially talented individuals but is a deeply human activity that anyone can tap into for greater clarity and insight into life’s struggles, beauty, and mysteries.
Category: Self-Help

Albert Schweitzer Reverence For Life The Adventure Of Being True To Yourself

Author : Walt Martin
ISBN : 9781387097364
Genre : Religion
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Acclaim for this book His Holiness The Dalai Lama .".". exceptionally important... (Dr. Albert Schweitzer's philosophy) focusing on reverence for life and campaign against nuclear weapons that naturally flows from it remain sources of great inspiration today."" Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, founder Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace ""Turn to this beautiful book for inspiration, for hope, for renewed faith in your own ability to make a difference for people, animals and the human community. I can't think of a better way to spend time than this wonderful book."" Mikhail Gorbachev .".". The book Albert Schweitzer: Reverence for Life... can not be more timely. It is not just a tribute to one of mankind's Giants of Human Spirit, it is also a tocsin that appeals to our conscience.""
Category: Religion

Be True To Your School

Author : Bob Greene
ISBN : UOM:39015014390671
Genre : History
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The author recaptures his high school years, revealing the hopes and fears of a teenager growing up in 1964
Category: History

Let God Be True And Live

Author : Zelma High'money
ISBN : 9781449760205
Genre : Religion
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As Zelma was lying in her bed about three o’clock in the morning, meditating on the Lord and on her ministry, the anointing of the Holy Spirit came over her and took control of her mouth. As she cried out to God, the words she said were so unusual and the answer that she got from God was totally out of the ordinary, she said in a loud voice, “God! what is my calling and show me how to use it.” The answer that she got was unacceptable, and she could not believe it because that was not what she had been taught in the church. Therefore Zelma rebuked it in the name of Jesus, and she said, “If that’s the way he’s going to talk, I’m not going to ask him nothing else.” God told her what her calling was, however he didn’t tell her how to use it, and she wasn’t about to ask him how to use it. She was offended at his answer. But five years later, God showed her how to use her calling, and it was awesome. It was revelation knowledge that only God would know how to tell you.
Category: Religion

Too Good To Be True

Author : Mark Royden Winchell
ISBN : 0826262775
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Dare To Be True

Author : Mark D. Roberts
ISBN : 9780307552815
Genre : Religion
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Our souls long for an elusive freedom–the freedom of truth. And our world desperately needs it, now more than ever. Dare to Be True doesn’t downplay the difficulty of living honestly in today’s world, but it doesn’t throw in the towel, either. In this challenging but encouraging book, Mark Roberts introduces a bold plan to practice complete honesty in every area of our lives–in what we say, in how we live, and in who we are. Combining biblical truth with real-life stories and plenty of practical applications, Roberts helps us experience the rewards of truthfulness–personal wholeness, healthy relationships, and deeper intimacy with God. Set out today on the adventure of truthful living, if you dare!
Category: Religion

Religion And Human Purpose

Author : W. Horosz
ISBN : 9789400934832
Genre : Philosophy
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The cross-disciplinary studies in this volume are of special interest because they link human purpose to the present debate between religion and the process of secularization. If that debate is to be a creative one, the notion of the 'human orderer' must be related significantly both to the sacred and secular realms. In fact, if man were not a purposive being, he would have neither religious nor secular problems. Questions about origins and destiny, divine purposiveness and the order of human development, would not arise as topics of human concern. It would appear, then, that few would deny the fact of man's purposiveness in existence, that the pursuit of these purposes constitutes the dramas of history and culture. Yet the case is otherwise. For, concerning 'purposes' itself, widely divergent, even antithetical, views have been held. The common man has mistrusted its guidance for purpose, much too often, 'changes its mind'. Its fluctuations and whimsical nature are too much even for common sense. The sciences have identified purpose with the personal life and viewed it as a function of the subject self. Consequently they had no need for it in scientific method and objective knowledge. The religions of the world have used purpose in its holistic sense, for purposes of establishing grandious systems of religious totality and for stating the ultimate goals in man's destiny.
Category: Philosophy

Stories That Could Be True

Author : William Stafford
ISBN : UOM:39015004713080
Genre : Local author
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Be True To Yourself

Author : Irene S. Roth
ISBN : 9781973672760
Genre : Religion
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Being true to yourself is a lifetime project. It can’t be done all at once but slowly. Just as life doesn’t come with an instructor’s manual, neither does how we treat ourselves and others. We tend to make it up as we go, and there is nothing wrong with that. That’s how we learn about ourselves. However, to live an authentic life, we must be true to yourselves and please delete the last sentence of the first paragraph as it is now. How we create our life is a work of art. Each day, we have a chance to create it anew by choosing to do certain things and not others, by surrounding ourselves with wholesome people and things we love. We get a chance to adopt a philosophy, appreciate insightful books, and engage with the world in an authentic manner. We are the artist of our experience in the world. We decide how to perceive things and how to understand it based on who we genuinely are. Further, each of us is unique. We should live our lives as only we can by autonomously developing who we are and becoming aware of what your authentic stamp on the world will be. There is no other person like you. So, be sure to celebrate who you are every day.
Category: Religion

Holistic Success How To Dance Through Life With The Abandon Of A Child And The Skill Of A Master

Author : Dr. Robert Puff
ISBN : 9781456620028
Genre : Self-Help
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Sometimes it feels like we have two left feet. In one area of life or many, we stumble, get off-beat, and possibly even trip the "dancers" around us. In this book, we want to help you trade those two, tired, clumsy, left feet for the skilled, smooth movements of an expert dancer AND the carefree, spontaneity of a dancing child. Here's how: * Covering each of the main areas needed for holistic success in life, including the mind, body, heart, relationships, work and finances; * Explaining the 3 most critical tips for success in each area; * Providing actual exercises for application and practice. As two clinical psychologists who have lived, taught, and walked others through these places, we're ready to help you dance toward true holistic success and happiness today!
Category: Self-Help

Choose The Life You Want

Author : Tal Ben-Shahar
ISBN : 9781615191635
Genre : Self-Help
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What kind of life do you want for yourself? What choices will create this kind of life? In his New York Times bestseller Happier, positive psychology expert Tal Ben-Shahar taught us how to become happier through simple exercises. Now, in Choose the Life You Want, he has a new, life-changing lesson to share: Drawing on the latest psychological research, Ben-Shahar shows how making the right choices—not the big, once-in-a-lifetime choices, but the countless small choices we make every day almost without noticing—has a direct, long-lasting impact on our happiness. Every single moment is an opportunity to make a conscious choice for a happy and fulfilled life. Choose the Life You Want covers 101 such choices, complete with real-life stories, to help you identify and act on opportunities large and small.
Category: Self-Help

Freedom Living Your True Life

Author : Sotiria Klironomos
ISBN : 9781469123240
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

System And Story

Author : Gale Heide
ISBN : 9781630877972
Genre : Religion
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System and Story is intended to develop a means for bridging the gap between critics of system and those who may find value in doing systematics from a Biblically oriented context. Narrative theologians have rightly identified and critiqued the development of system in academic theology. Unfortunately, they have not identified the ways in which systematic elements have always played a role in theological knowledge. This study demonstrates the inherent systematic tendencies that still exist in narrative approaches to theology, while at the same time acknowledging the appropriateness of aspects of the narrative critique of system. The reaction against Enlightenment modernism is examined from the perspective of the heightened role of system in religious epistemology. The work of Stanley Hauerwas serves to carry much of the conversation regarding the critique of system and a narrative alternative as it is discovered in communal formation. After summarizing Hauerwas' theology, if such a thing is possible, the final chapters explore the ecclesiological concerns of narrative theologians according to a more systematic rendering of pneumatology. A Biblical rendering of pneumatology from the perspective of the Spirit's role in ecclesiology allows for a modest (i.e., pre-modern) systematic presentation commensurate with narrative communal formation. Thus, the narrative attempt to once again do theology for the church is seen as compatible with a Scriptural (i.e., modestly systematic) theology of the Spirit.
Category: Religion