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Universal Love

Author : Phoenix
ISBN : 9780595348817
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Scared of lonely sadness Grief was personal; Shared of many intimacy Pleasure was sensual; Care of inner cultivation Power is spiritual; Aware of global sufferings Love is universal This is not just an ordinary collection of poems; this is an extraordinary journey of my life full of up and down experiences where it is laid with my passion to love and compassion for humanity; and it all happened in cyber world. Inside the tiny computer screen, I have been connected to many living souls from all over the world. Some I have met, some might forever remain mystery to me but each of them has painted different colors on my life chart. Because of the diversity, it has deeply influenced my spiritual path and life philosophy today. Most my emotions and thoughts are expressed in regular or irregular poetic tones according to my heartbeats in free style verses. -Phoenix, author of Universal Love
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Universal Love

Author : Alexander Weinstein
ISBN : 9781250144348
Genre : Fiction
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A hypnotic collection of speculative fiction about compassion, love, and human resilience in the technological hyper-age, from Alexander Weinstein, author of Children of the New World. Universal Love welcomes readers to a near-future world where our everyday technologies have fundamentally altered the possibilities and limits of how we love one another. In these gripping stories, a young boy tries to understand what keeps his father tethered to the drowned city they call home. A daughter gets to know her dead mother's hologram better than she ever knew her living mother. And, at a time when unpleasant memories can be erased, a man undergoes electronic surgery to have his depression, and his past, forever removed. In an age when technology offers the easiest cures for loneliness, the characters within these stories must wrestle with what it means to stay human in an increasingly cybernetic future, and how love can endure even the most alluring upgrades. In the vein of Weinstein’s critically-acclaimed first collection, Universal Love is a visionary book, written with one foot in the real world and one stepping bravely into the future.
Category: Fiction

Universal Love

Author : Lama Yeshe
ISBN : 9781891868399
Genre : Religion
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This is truly a book for everyone, and probably one of the most important to have among your Buddhist book collection. By pulling together some of Lama Yeshe’s introductory teachings on Buddhism, meditation, compassion and emptiness, and combining them with the definitive explanation of tantra, this one valuable volume will inspire students to go more deeply into the Yoga Method of Buddha Maitreya–a tantric practice. Lama helps us to understand all the ways we can use meditation to develop transformation and gain transcendent experiences. It’s still important to find a fully-qualified teacher like Lama or seek out a group deity yoga retreat, but this new offering from the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive is a very good explanation of Universal Love. Highly recommended. - Mandala Magazine This book is made possible by kind supporters of the Archive who, like you, appreciate how we make these teachings freely available in so many ways, including in our website for instant reading, listening or downloading, and as printed and electronic books. Our website offers immediate access to thousands of pages of teachings and hundreds of audio recordings by some of the greatest lamas of our time. Our photo gallery and our ever-popular books are also freely accessible there. Please help us increase our efforts to spread the Dharma for the happiness and benefit of all beings. You can find out more about becoming a supporter of the Archive and see all we have to offer by visiting us online! Thank you so much, and please enjoy this ebook.
Category: Religion

The Universal Love Within

Author : Seteye
ISBN : 1462815103
Genre : Poetry
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Category: Poetry

Jesus As I Have Come To Know And To Deeply Love Him

Author : Larry V. Murphy
ISBN : 9781312254145
Genre : Religion
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This book is very much about The Gospel of Thomas - that much-too-little-understood "alternative" gospel which the early Christian church condemned and banished into virtual obscurity for nearly 2000 years. But mostly, the book is about Jesus. Thomas's gospel acts as our guide as we go through the book delving into what the author feels Jesus is trying to convey to us. So much of that is about Awareness - Consciousness - of God's Kingdom as ever-presence NOW, the author contends. Above all, this book is about precisely that which the author wished to convey in the book's title: Jesus As I Have Come To Know And To Deeply Love Him. The author has come to know a very approachable and human Jesus, as well as a courageous spiritual and social rebel who faced-up to both Rome's Empire and the Jewish aristocracy without blinking. The universal love of Jesus was increasingly experienced by the author as the book progressed, deepening the author's own love for Jesus.
Category: Religion

Universal Justice

Author : Albert A. Anderson
ISBN : 9042002492
Genre : Philosophy
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The modern era was dominated by conflicts between claims to certainty about justice and denials that certainty is warranted. The purpose of this book is to develop a postmodern alternative to both philosophies, one which is universal without being absolutist. The approach is dialectical in Plato's sense of that term. Dialectic is both necessary and sufficient for the theoretical and the practical aspects of living. The primary symbol in this book is the Athenian Socrates who spent his days in the Agora and his evenings in the houses of his friends, the active professionals of the world's first democracy. His questions were unabashedly philosophical, concerned with the most urgent matters. What is worth living for? What is worth dying for? Who is best suited to rule in the state? How should young people be educated? The nature of justice is closely connected with other questions of value, so the discussion freely moves from that central focus to related matters with the primary goal of developing a dialectical philosophy that is both applicable to life and open to all. Universal Justice is concerned with how to think about justice rather than what to think about justice.
Category: Philosophy

The Messiah Seed

Author : Story Waters
ISBN : 9780976506201
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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By empowering readers to release the limiting beliefs in which they have become caged, this powerful handbook reveals the self as being "that which chooses"--a unique, unlimited, self-determining expression.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


Author : Nel Noddings
ISBN : 0520930142
Genre : Philosophy
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What is at the basis of moral action? An altruism acquired by the application of rule and principle? Or, as Noddings asserts, caring and the memory of being cared for? With numerous examples to supplement her rich theoretical discussion, Noddings builds a compelling philosophical argument for an ethics based on natural caring, as in the care of a mother for her child. The ethical behavior that grows out of natural caring, and has as its core care-filled receptivity to those involved in any moral situation, leaves behind the rigidity of rule and principle to focus on what is particular and unique in human relations. Noddings's discussion is wide-ranging, as she considers whether organizations, which operate at a remove from the caring relationship, can truly be called ethical. She discusses the extent to which we may truly care for plants, animals, or ideas. Finally, she proposes a realignment of education to encourage and reward not just rationality and trained intelligence, but also enhanced sensitivity in moral matters.
Category: Philosophy

Hegel S Philosophy Of Universal Reconciliation

Author : Stephen Theron
ISBN : 9781443850216
Genre : Philosophy
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This book is the final one in a series of four on Hegel as theologian, first presented as such in New Hegelian Essays (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012). In From Narrative to Necessity (2012) we then set forth the essential theme of Hegel’s theology as the transcendence of “picture-thinking”. In a third volume, Reason’s Developing Self-Revelation (2013), we specified this same theme as humanity’s accomplished future (ultimate end of life, the Idea). Here, finally, we discover the reconciliation of Mind with itself as the nerve of Hegel’s thought. Hence, this book is subtitled “Logic as Form of the World”, picking up on Gottlob Frege’s rhetorical question, “What is the world without the reason?” The first chapter recapitulates that intimate union of God and man the Christian confessional movement would manifest, set forth here philosophically. This leads naturally to an identification of faith, the virtue, with the habit of rationality. Religious apologetic is found to fall short of philosophy, which forms a system (chapter 15). In “Logic and the World” (chapter18) we further specify such logical knowledge as issuing in rational will, called love in J. M. E. McTaggart’s Hegelian writings. Man himself, herself, is finally identified with Mind as both the uniquely determining “form” (the Idea) of our self-transcending nature, universalising the individual, individualising the universal, and, equally, form of “the world”. Here the thrust of Hegel’s metaphysics confirms those of Aristotle on this point. Last, after some historical and practical reflections (medieval thought, the clergy, Marxism), we end where we began, with the transforming effect of Hegel’s thought as developing the doctrine of a divine creation in particular, while also developing the doctrine of this development itself, in anticipatory development, therefore, of J. H. Newman’s classic essay of 1845 on The Development of Christian Doctrine.
Category: Philosophy

The Subject Of Liberation

Author : Charles Wells
ISBN : 9781623564988
Genre : Political Science
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The book shares Žižek's central problem of how to revitalize the radical political left through theory. It initially follows the argument developed in The Ticklish Subject that contemporary leftist thought is divided by antagonism between a Marxist revolutionary politics founded on Enlightenment philosophy and a politics of identity founded on post-modern post-structuralism. How Žižek used Lacan's theory of character structures is examined here to describe this theoretical deadlock and explain how the dominant contemporary ideologies of liberal tolerant multiculturalism and reactionary "pseudo-fundamentalism" compete to mobilize the individual subject's unconscious drive to enjoyment. The book thus emphasizes the moments in which Žižek hints that Lacanian theory may describe a practice that facilitates the resolution of antagonisms that placate radical leftist politics. It challenges prevalent interpretations of Lacanian ends of analysis, to ultimately connect the psychoanalytic cure to the leftist project of social and political liberation. The Subject of Liberation argues that if Lacan is to be useful to leftist politics, then the left has to develop its own definitions of the post-analytic subject, and proposes one such definition developed out of Lacanian and Žižekian theory.
Category: Political Science

Universal Love

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Shelley On Love

Author : Percy Bysshe Shelley
ISBN : 0520043227
Genre : Poetry
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"This anthology brings together for the first time Shelley's almost unknown prose writings on the subject of love. Drawn from his notebooks, his essays, his reviews, his fictional fragments, his translations, and his continuous stream of private philosophical speculations, it does not merely give a Romantic poet's view of romantic passion, but treats of love at large, in all its forms and manifestations: childhood and parental; adolescent and idealized; heterosexual and homosexual; domestic and poetic; communal and monogamous; pagan and Christian; earthly and ideal. It selects three extracts from the lesser-read longer poems, which serve to crystallize his attitudes to love at three critical moments in his personal life: from Alastor (1816), from Julian and Maddalo (1818), and from his verse autobiography, Epipsychidion (1821 )"--Preface.
Category: Poetry

Divine Aporia

Author : John Charles Hawley
ISBN : 083875449X
Genre : Philosophy
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The essays in this book bring together postmodern theory, philosophy, psychoanalysis, anthropology, literature, cultural studies, and women's studies to show how a persistent and classical theme in western theological studies (the alterity of the divine reality) has become creatively transcribed and theorized within the postmodern landscape.
Category: Philosophy

Ethical Questions

Author : Bina Gupta
ISBN : 0742513130
Genre : Philosophy
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Eastern Philosophy represents one of the most ancient intellectual traditions of human culture, yet it is generally ignored by Western philosophers. Today more than ever, the need for understanding in a global community should be stressed as the scope, scale, and complexity of social changes increase. Bina Gupta strives to obtain a harmonious balance between the two traditions in her book Ethical Questions: East and West. Both ancient and modern sources such as the Buddha, Aristotle, the Upanishads, Simone de Beauvoir, Kant, and Alasdair MacIntyre are used to illustrate the varying traditions.
Category: Philosophy