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Truthful Living

Author : Michael Casey
ISBN : 0852445032
Genre : Humility
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Today many have come to find in the Rule of St Benedict an inspiring guide for spiritual development. In this they share the vision of countless monks and nuns who have, for centuries, found in the Rule a timeless wisdom on which to base their daily lives. Michael Casey invites us to join with him in reflecting on St Benedict's teaching on humility (Chapter Seven of the Rule). Readable and fresh, primarily pastoral in its approach, this book presents not popular psychology, but full engagement with the hardest sayings of a great spiritual master. Here is a book for anyone who hungers for the truth that sets a person free. Michael Casey is a monk of Tarrawarra Abbey in Victoria, Australia. He is well known as a retreat master and lecturer on monastic spirituality.
Category: Humility

Living Truth And Truthful Living

Author : Winifred Wing Han Lamb
ISBN : 1920691219
Genre : Religion
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The author maintains that suspciion can open up sapces for dialogue in apologetical encounter since both suspicion and biblical faith are concerned (in principle at least) with ruthfulness. She argues that suspicion is a 'scalpel' to faith because it can carry challenge and discomfort as well as insight and healing.
Category: Religion

Truthful Living

Author : Jeffrey Gitomer
ISBN : 1503942015
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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New York Times bestselling author Jeffrey Gitomer brings you the very foundation of Napoleon Hill's self-help legacy: his long-lost original notes, letters, and lectures--now compiled, edited, and annotated for the modern reader. Twenty years before the publication of his magnum opus Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill was an instructor, philosopher, and writer at the George Washington Institute in Chicago, where he taught courses in advertising and sales. These rare, never-before-seen lectures were thought to be lost to history. Until now. Given exclusive access to the archives of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, Jeffrey Gitomer has unearthed Hill's original course notes containing the fundamental beliefs in hard work and personal development that established Hill as a global leader of success and positive attitude. In Truthful Living, Gitomer has captured Hill's foundational wisdom for the twenty-first century. These easy-to-implement real-world strategies for life, family, business, and the bottom line prove as energizing and inspiring today as they were nearly one hundred years ago.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Truthful Living

Author : Boyd Luter
ISBN : 0801056926
Genre : Religion
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Some Christian leaders have embraced the recovery movement, while others have shunned it. But what does the Bible say? In a refreshingly balanced approach, Truthful Living mines the Bible's wealth of guidance for healing emotional compulsions, showing which aspects of recovery are rooted in scripture and which are not.
Category: Religion

Truth Is Higher Than Any And Every Thing In The Universe

Author : Wimal Kalubowila
ISBN : 9781479770205
Genre : Religion
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At present the world is full of non-Aryans and they all are living with following four negative visions. 1. Selfish or greedy thoughts. 2. Writhe or angry thoughts. 3. Living with Ignorance of universal Truths or facts. 4. Miserly or collecting thoughts always. All above negative visions are harmful to the self as well as the Nature. Due to this negative visions always tempt to think, talk, and act negative way. Those negative activities generate negative synergies automatically and store in the unconscious mind located out side of the body. Finally those negative synergies will create problems and Suffers in both lives of the individuals. In short it is the cause = effect reality or the law of nature in the universe forever. Since there is no mind for the four matters those will not suffer at all. But all 33 kinds of beings are suffering due to above natural changing eternally. The mind has eternal life unless it segregated in to six parts. It is totally a paranormal or psychical process. The non diminishing positive synergy will provide the necessary power to this process completely. Once segregated the mind there would not be re-birth or death again. So this is the one and only strategy found by all 28 Buddhas born in this present world. That is the only way/path for complete eradication of all suffers and problems of self. All non-Aryans due to their ignorance of facts applying scientific and technological knowledge for mentally created problems and suffers. So it is irrelevant completely. Those artificial solutions are against the nature and not sustainable at all. Since those are against the nature the nature always tries to destroy and impose punishments on those individuals in both lives. All Gods, Brhammas, Buddhas also subjected to this Law of nature totally. So no one can mitigate or pardon any of those punishments at all. So it is useless for praying, making Pujas, Transferring merits, etc. All religions and philosophies in the world are bluffing and misleading totally for their negative living. Only the non-Aryans believe these false stories. All Aryans are totally rejecting those myths. I have tried to explain the real Truth with natural proof in this Book. I hope if you have the will and effort you could realized the Truth very easily. If not you could read my other Books also for more information.
Category: Religion

Virtue Ethics And Moral Knowledge

Author : R. Scott Smith
ISBN : 9781351875684
Genre : Philosophy
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We live in a time of moral confusion: many believe there are no overarching moral norms, and we have lost an accepted body of moral knowledge. Alasdair MacIntyre addresses this problem in his much-heralded restatement of Aristotelian and Thomistic virtue ethics; Stanley Hauerwas does so through his highly influential work in Christian ethics. Both recast virtue ethics in light of their interpretations of the later Wittgenstein's views of language. This book systematically assesses the underlying presuppositions of MacIntyre and Hauerwas, finding that their attempts to secure moral knowledge and restate virtue ethics, both philosophical and theological, fail. Scott Smith proposes alternative indications as to how we can secure moral knowledge, and how we should proceed in virtue ethics.
Category: Philosophy

Time For Truth

Author : Os Guinness
ISBN : 0801064031
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In postmodern society, truth no longer exists in any objective or absolute sense. At best, truth is considered relative. At worst, it's a matter of human convention. But, as Os Guinness points out in this book, truth is a vital requirement for freedom and a good life. Time for Truth urges readers to seek the truth, speak the truth, and live the truth. Guinness shows that becoming free and truthful people is the deepest secret of integrity and the highest form of taking responsibility for ourselves and our lives. Now in paperback, this engaging book will interest Os Guinness fans, thoughtful readers, and those concerned with moral, political, and cultural issues.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Living Holiness

Author : Michael Thomson
ISBN : 9780334048848
Genre : Religion
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Stanley Hauerwas, was declared by "Time Magazine" in 2001 to be 'America's best theologian'. This book explores his work on the Church as a community living holiness. It offers an accessible introduction to Hauerwas' understanding of the ethics, character, narrative, practices and politics of the Church in late modern societies. Hauerwas has lots of imaginative, challenging and creative things to say. This book seeks to make them more available to the wider Church and its clergy at ground level. Section I introduces Hauerwas' work on the Church. It critically explores the importance he places on the church, its story and its politics as witness to the reign of God in the world. Section II demonstrates how Hauerwas' thinking can illuminate congregational life, discipleship, Scripture, mission, theology and witness in fresh and encouraging ways.
Category: Religion