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The Burning Soul

Author : John Connolly
ISBN : 9781439165287
Genre : Fiction
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While investigating sinister threats against a man hiding a criminal past, detective Charlie Parker stumbles into a web of corruption and deceit involving the FBI, a doomed mobster, and a missing teenage girl.
Category: Fiction

Notebook

Author : BurningdZ Notebook
ISBN : 1711354171
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College Ruled Color Paperback. Size: 6 inches x 9 inches. 55 sheets (110 pages for writing). The Burning Soul. 157459238011
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Light For The Burning Soul

Author : Lois Funk
ISBN : 0692363823
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"The Spirit of God speaks in a whisper and is heard only by those who listen with their hearts." Few things in life are as rewarding, yet humbling, as being inspired by God to write about Him and for Him. The light verse and heartwarming anecdotes in Light for the Burning Soul - Sparks, Flames, and Embers are but a small measure of how He has blessed the author's personal walk with Him, including years of teaching, and learning from, kindergarten-aged children. Its pages offer sparks of encouragement for those about to take their first steps with God; flames of excitement and joy for those who are already experiencing the walk; and embers of reassurance for all - lingering reminders that God is in control; that He always has been; and that He always will be. With no more than one poem (or portion of a poem) per page, the paperback version of Light for the Burning Soul offers sufficient white space to allow and encourage readers to jot down their own thoughts on the spot, should they be inspired to do so.
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Aching Heart Burning Soul

Author : Virginia A. Ward
ISBN : 1410712796
Genre : Fiction
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In story and essay Virginia A. Ward paints vivid pictures of the impact of growing up Catholic and goes on to document the obscure origins of the dogma, ritual and practice embedded in the stories she tells. She discusses the divinity of Jesus, and the virginity of Mary. She examines the issues of clerical sexual abuse of children, Catholic education, the crisis in vocations, and the politicizing of sainthood. She traces the development of the Irish character of the American Church, and documents the hierarchy's obsession with sexual issues, as well as its ongoing bigotry. Infallibility, its origins and how the fear of loss of authority has affected the Church's stance on a wide range of issues including birth control, married priests, and the place of women in the Church are chronicled. The Church's use of its status in the United Nations to forward its secular agenda is explored. Those who seek knowledge, who have endured guilt and fear, will identify with the author's experiences and her back to basics approach. They will confirm that they are not alone and have a basis for further study.
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Confessions Of A Burning Soul

Author : Joanne Bugeja
ISBN : 1788300238
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Confessions of A Burning Soul is a collection of poems depicting the author's fascination with true love, tragedy and death. Recounts of intoxicating late nights of passions, laments of an unrequited love, an unconventional love triangle, a contemporary fairy tale narrating the adventures of the protagonist's craving for epic love and the perils encountered throughout his journey. The author draws on her own life experiences to describe moments of self-doubt and painful episodes of betrayal from the unlikeliest of sources. The writer invites the reader into her idealistic world, revealing her most intimate desires and everlasting hope for the future, despite countless setbacks. Her wild imagination allows her to dream herself into a better tomorrow.
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Chandala

Author : Vasile Munteanu
ISBN : 9781457508394
Genre : Fiction
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A chandala, who is a member of the lowest echelon of the Indian caste system, also known as an untouchable, wonders why he was dealt this particular fate. Was it unfair or his own fault? In his trek to find out why he ended up in his current unwanted predicament, he experiences kindness from others, anger against himself, lust, greed, loneliness and perhaps, most importantly, forbidden love.
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Soul Of The Blood Woman

Author : Ashish Anand
ISBN : 1515158993
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This collection of 20 poems is a meditation on the burning soul and the power and love it evokes in the world. It's a journey into the soul of the Blood Woman.
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To Light A Fire

Author : Terry Blackhawk
ISBN : 9780814341186
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The InsideOut Literary Arts Project (iO) began in 1995 in five Detroit high schools, with weekly classroom visits by a writer-in-residence, the publication of a literary journal for each school, and the mission of encouraging students to use poetry to “think broadly, create bravely, and share their voices with the wider world.” Twenty years later, the program serves some five thousand K–12 students per year, has received national exposure and accolades (including a recent visit to the White House), and has seen numerous student writers recognized for their creativity and performance. In To Light a Fire: 20 Years with the InsideOut Literary Arts Project, founding director Terry Blackhawk and senior writer Peter Markus collect the experiences of writers who have participated in InsideOut over the years to give readers an inside look at the urban classroom and the creative spark of Detroit’s students. In short and insightful essays, contributors discuss how iO’s creative magic happened during the course of their work in Detroit schools. Poets such as Jamaal May, John Rybicki, Robert Fanning, and francine j. harris describe the many ways that poetry can be used as a tool to reach others, and how poetic work shaped them as teachers in return. Contributors describe nurturing a love of language, guiding excursions into imagination, and helping students find their own voices. They also describe the difficulties of getting through to kids, the challenges of oversized classrooms, and of working with children who seem to have been forgotten. Despite their own frequent angst and personal uncertainties about doing the right thing, they describe the joys and rewards that come from believing in students and supporting the risks that they take as writers. To Light a Fire captures the story—one poet, poem, and poetic moment at a time—of helping students to discover they can imagine, dream, and speak in a way that will make people listen. Fellow educators, poets, and creative writers will be moved and inspired by this collection.
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Ante Nicene Christian Library

Author : Sir James Donaldson
ISBN : NLI:2476556-50
Genre : Christian literature, Early
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Christian Mystics Of The Middle Ages

Author : Paul de Jaegher
ISBN : 9780486145563
Genre : Religion
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Inspirational compilation of classic essays includes meditations by the author of The Cloud of Unknowing, Catherine of Siena, Walter Hilton, St. Teresa, St. John of the Cross, St. Francis de Sales, and others.
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A Soul Burned

Author : R. J. Curtis
ISBN : 1788231880
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On 14th February, 1945, the Allies fire-bombed Dresden, killing tens of thousands and starting a political row and propaganda war that lasted years. James Dalton leads the Pathfinder group that pinpoints the target with flares and ensures that maximum destruction is done. The raid is proclaimed a success or an atrocity, depending on which side of the propaganda machine you are on.In a subsequent mission, Dalton crashes and is horribly burnt himself. Just rewards perhaps, for having choreographed the burning of Dresden. In the ensuing decade, Dalton struggles with his disfigurement and a tormented soul that holds him accountable for a war crime.In Dresden, a young boy survives the bombs and fire and escapes to England.Years later, they meet, and Dalton emerges from alcoholism and PTSD to find spiritual healing and love through a gift that he unwittingly gave the young boy in Dresden in 1945.
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Love Burning In The Soul

Author : James Harpur
ISBN : 9781590301128
Genre : Religion
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Presents the stories of some of the most influential Christian mystics from the past two thousand years, including Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Siena, George Fox, Meister Eckhart, and Julian of Norwich.
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Choosing A Sustainable Future

Author : Liz Walker
ISBN : 9781550924640
Genre : Political Science
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A small city's big vision that can help transform your own community. We all want a sustainable future, but what does it look like, and how do we get there? In Ithaca, NY a new culture is blossoming-one that values cooperation, local production, environmental stewardship, social justice andcreativity. Ithaca is showing the way to meet the challenges of the day with a wide variety of practical, real-world solutions. Filled with inspiring examples, Choosing a Sustainable Future provides readers with a remarkable sense of possibility. Explore Ithaca's: bustling, vibrant farmers markets, overflowing with fresh, local produce award-winning community credit union that triples the savings of low-income people flagship college sustainability programs pioneering alternative transportation programs, such as Ithaca Carshare innovative efforts by coalitions of local business, university, government and activists to create transformation in areas as diverse as green building, city planning, health and wellness, and honoring cultural diversity. Taken together, these examples of citizen engagement are a taste of what life could be like in a sustainable city of the future. In a time of overwhelming economic, social and environmental crises, Choosing aSustainable Future provides a quiet, authoritative voice of hope.
Category: Political Science

The Hungry Hottie Cookbook

Author : Cynthia Pasquella
ISBN : 0988681900
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Plant-based cookbook featuring over 110 recipes that use less than 10 ingredients and are on the table in 30 minutes or less!
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The Burning Bush

Author : Edward Reaugh Smith
ISBN : 0880104473
Genre : Religion
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Even more significant for Christianity in the long run than the twentieth-century Dead Sea and Nag Hammadi discoveries is the growing North American awareness of Rudolf Steiner's works. Virtually unavailable until the end of the twentieth century, English translations from the German archives are gradually coming into print. Both Steiner and his works have thus far been virtually unknown in traditional theological circles. No Bible commentary has yet reflected the remarkable spiritual insights of Anthroposophy. Now, ten years after first encountering a written comment about Rudolf Steiner, Ed Smith combines his own extensive traditional biblical knowledge with his years of concentrated study and reflection on hundreds of assembled works by Steiner. The result is the first Bible commentary in the light of anthroposophic insight. This is the first volume of a series of Bible commentary by the author. It is based on the "anthroposophic" understanding given to humanity by Rudolf Steiner during the first quarter of the twentieth century. Bible commentaries have always reflected the general line of thinking of their authors. However, the dramatic newness of anthroposophic thought means that perhaps the usual method of using a Bible commentary is not appropriate here. A large part of The Burning Bush is necessarily devoted to laying an anthroposophic, or spiritual-scientific, groundwork. A major assumption indulged in most Bible commentaries--that one can go directly to portions dealing with given passages of scripture and understand what is being said about them--does not fit.
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The British Flag

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ISBN : OXFORD:590118839
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain