Acerrima proximorum odia —The hatred of those most closely connected with us is the bitterest. Acerrimus ex omnibus nostris sensibus est sensus videndi —The keenest of all our senses is the sense of sight. A certain degree of soul is indispensable to 55 save us the expense of salt. Ben Jonson. A certain tendency to insanity has always attended the opening of the religious sense in men, as if they had been "blasted with excess of light. A chill air surrounds those who are down in 5 the world.
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George Eliot. A circulating library in a town is an ever-green tree of diabolical knowledge. A circumnavigator of the globe is less influenced by all the nations he has seen than by his nurse. Jean Paul. A cock aye craws crousest boldest on his ain 15 midden-head. A' complain o' want o' siller; nane o' want o' 20 sense. A constant fidelity in small things is a great 25 and heroic virtue. Acqua lontana non spegne fuoco vicino —Water afar won't quench a fire at hand. A creation of importance can be produced only 35 when its author isolates himself; it is ever a child of solitude.
Acribus initiis, incurioso fine —Full of ardour at the beginning, careless at the end. A critic should be a pair of snuffers. He is often an extinguisher, and not seldom a thief. Acta exteriora indicant interiora secreta —Outward acts betray the secret intention. Act always so that the immediate motive of 45 thy will may become a universal rule for all intelligent beings. Actus Dei nemini facit injuriam —The act of 55 God does wrong to no man. Actus legis nulli facit injuriam —The act of the law does wrong to no man. Actus me invito factus, non est meus actus —An act I do against my will is not my act.
Actus non facit reum, nisi mens sit rea —The act does not make a man guilty, unless the mind be guilty. A cuspide corona —From the spear a crown, i. Adam muss eine Eve haben, die er zeiht was er gethan —Adam must have an Eve, to blame for what he has done. Adaptiveness is the peculiarity of human 65 nature. Ad avizandum —Into consideration. Scots Law. A day of grace Gunst is as a day in harvest; one must be diligent as soon as it is ripe. Ad calamitatem quilibet rumor valet —When a disaster happens, every report confirming it obtains ready credence.
Addere legi justitiam decus —It is to one's honour 5 to combine justice with law. A democracy is a state in which the government rests directly with the majority of the citizens. Adeo in teneris consuescere multum est —So 10 much depends on habit in the tender years of youth. Ad eundem —To the same degree. Said of a graduate passing from one university to another. Adhibenda est in jocando moderatio —Moderation should be used in joking.
Adhuc tua messis in herba est —Your crop is 20 still in grass. Adieu la voiture, adieu la boutique —Adieu to the carriage, adieu to the shop, i. Adieu, paniers! A Dio spiacente ed a' nemici sui —Hateful to God and the enemies of God. A Dios rogando y con el mazo dando —Praying to God and smiting with the hammer. Ad ogni santo la sua torcia —To every saint his own torch, i. A dog winna yowl if you fell him wi' a bane. A downright contradiction is equally mysterious 45 to wise men as to fools.
Ad perditam securim manubrium adjicere —To throw the helve after the hatchet, i. Ad populum phaleras, ego te intus et in cute novi —To the vulgar herd with your trappings; for me, I know you both inside and out. A drop of honey catches more flies than a 55 hogshead of vinegar. A drop of water has all the properties of water, but it cannot exhibit a storm.
Adstrictus necessitate —Bound by necessity. Ad tristem partem strenua est suspicio —One is quick to suspect where one has suffered harm before. Adversity is a great schoolmistress, as many 70 a poor fellow knows that has whimpered over his lesson before her awful chair. Adversus solem ne loquitor —Speak not against the sun, i. Ad vitam aut culpam —Till some misconduct be proved lit. A dwarf sees farther than the giant when he 75 has the giant's shoulders to mount on. Ae half o' the world doesna ken how the ither 5 half lives.
Ae man may tak' a horse to the water, but twenty winna gar make him drink. Aendern und bessern sind zwei —To change, and 10 to change for the better, are two different things. A fact is a great thing: a sentence printed, 25 if not by God, then at least by the Devil. A fact in our lives is valuable, not so far as it is true, but as it is significant.
A facto ad jus non datur consequentia —Inference from the fact to the law is not legitimate. A faithful friend is a true image of the Deity. A favour does not consist in the service done, but in the spirit of the man who confers it. A fellow who speculates is like an animal on a barren heath, driven round and round by an evil spirit, while there extends on all sides of him a beautiful green meadow-pasture.
Emerson, from Wordsworth. Afflavit Deus et dissipantur —God sent forth his breath, and they are scattered. Inscription on medal struck to commemorate the destruction of the Spanish Armada. A fine quotation is a diamond on the finger of a man of wit, and a pebble in the hand of a fool. A fool always accuses other people; a partially wise man, himself; a wholly wise man, neither himself nor others.
A fool always finds a greater fool to admire 55 him. A fool is often as dangerous to deal with as a knave, and always more incorrigible. A fool knows more in his own house than a 60 wise man in another's. A fool resents good counsel, but a wise man 65 lays it to heart. A fool when he is silent is counted wise. A fool who has a flash of wit creates astonishment and scandal, like a hack-horse setting out to gallop. A force de mal aller tout ira bien —By dint of going wrong all will go right. A friend's eye is a good looking-glass. A friendship will be young at the end of a century, a passion old at the end of three months.
After life's fitful fever he sleeps well. After the spirit of discernment, the next rarest things in the world are diamonds and pearls.
Age does not make us childish, as people say; it only finds us still true children. A genius is one who is endowed with an excess 25 of nervous energy and sensibility. A gentleman that will speak more in a minute than he will stand to in a month. Age quod agis —Attend to lit. Agere considerate pluris est quam cogitare prudenter —It is of more consequence to act considerately than to think sagely. A God speaks softly in our breast; softly, yet distinctly, shows us what to hold by and what to shun. A good book is the precious life-blood of a 40 master-spirit, embalmed and treasured up on purpose to a life beyond life.
A good inclination is only the first rude draught of virtue, but the finishing strokes are from the will. A good law is one that holds, whether you recognise it or not; a bad law is one that cannot, however much you ordain it. A good man in his dark striving is, I should say, conscious of the right way. A good rider on a good horse is as much above himself and others as the world can make him. Lord Herbert of Cherbury. A government for protecting business and 60 bread only is but a carcase, and soon falls by its own corruption to decay.
A government may not waver; once it has chosen its course, it must, without looking to right or left, thenceforth go forward. A great anguish may do the work of years, and we may come out from that baptism of fire with a soul full of new awe and new pity. A great deal may and must be done which we 65 dare not acknowledge in words. A great genius takes shape by contact with another great genius, but less by assimilation than by friction.
A great man is he who can call together the most select company when it pleases him. A great man living for high ends is the 70 divinest thing that can be seen on earth. A great man quotes bravely, and will not draw on his invention when his memory serves him with a word as good. A great master always appropriates what is good in his predecessors, and it is this which makes him great. A great reputation is a great noise; the more there is made, the farther off it is heard.
A great revolution is never the fault of the 5 people, but of the government. A great spirit errs as well as a little one, the former because it knows no bounds, the latter because it confounds its own horizon with that of the universe. A great thing can only be done by a great man, and he does it without effort. A great thing is a great book, but greater than all is the talk of a great man. A great writer does not reveal himself here 10 and there, but everywhere.
A grey eye is a sly eye; a brown one indicates a roguish humour; a blue eye expresses fidelity; while the sparkling of a dark eye is, like the ways of Providence, always a riddle. Agues come on horseback and go away on 15 foot. Ah me! A horse! Ainsi que son esprit, tout peuple a son langage —Every 35 nation has its own language as well as its own temperament. A jest loses its point when he who makes it 40 is the first to laugh.
Love's L. Lost , v. A judge who cannot punish, associates himself in the end with the criminal. A la bonne heure —Well-timed; very well. A la presse vont les fous —Fools go in crowds. A last judgment is not for making bad men better, but for hindering them from oppressing the good. A lazy man is necessarily a bad man; an 65 idle, is necessarily a demoralised population. Album calculum addere —To give a white stone, i. A leaden sword in an ivory scabbard. Al enemigo, si vuelve la espalda, la puente de plata —Make a bridge of silver for the flying enemy.
Al fin se canta la Gloria —Not till the end is the 5 Gloria chanted. Alia res sceptrum, alia plectrum —Ruling men is one thing, fiddling to them another. Aliena nobis, nostra plus aliis placent —That which belongs to others pleases us most; that which belongs to us pleases others more. Aliena optimum frui insania —It is best to profit by the madness of other people. Aliena vitia in oculis habemus; a tergo nostra sunt —We keep the faults of others before our eyes; our own behind our backs. Alieni appetens, sui profusus —Covetous of other men's property, prodigal of his own.
Alieno in loco haud stabile regnum est —Sovereignty 25 over a foreign land is insecure. Alieno more vivendum est mihi —I must live according to another's humour. Alienos agros irrigas tuis sitientibus —You water the fields of others, while your own are parched. A life that is worth writing at all is worth 30 writing minutely. A l'impossible nul n'est tenu —No one can be held bound to do what is impossible.
Aliorum medicus, ipse ulceribus scates —A physician to others, while you yourself are full of ulcers. Aliquis non debet esse judex in propria causa —No one may sit as judge in his own case. Alis volat propriis —He flies with his own wings. A little philosophy inclineth a man's mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men's minds about to religion. Alitur vitium vivitque tegendo —Evil is nourished 50 and grows by concealment. Aliud est celare, aliud tacere —To conceal is one thing, to say nothing is another. Aliud legunt pueri, aliud viri, aliud senes —Boys read books one way, men another, old men another.
Allegans contraria non est audiendus —No one is to be heard whose evidence is contradictory. Aller Anfang ist heiter; die Schwelle ist der Platz der Erwartung —Every beginning is cheerful; the threshold is the place of expectation. Aller Anfang ist schwer, sprach der Dieb, und 60 stahl zuerst einen Amboss —Every beginning is difficult, said the thief, when he began by stealing an anvil. Alles Gescheidte ist schon gedacht worden; man muss nur versuchen, es noch einmal zu denken —Everything wise has already been thought; one can only try and think it once more.
Alles wanket, wo der Glaube fehlt —All is unsteady lit. Alles zu retten, muss alles gewagt werden —To save all, we must risk all. All advantages are attended with disadvantages. All art is great, and good, and true, only so far as it is distinctively the work of manhood in its entire and highest sense. All balloons give up their gas in the pressure of things, and collapse in a sufficiently wretched manner erelong. All beginnings are easy; it is the ulterior 15 steps that are of most difficult ascent and most rarely taken. All censure of a man's self is oblique praise; it is in order to show how much he can spare.
All deep joy has something of awful in it. Lost , i. All destruction, by violent revolution or howsoever it be, is but new creation on a wider scale. All evil is as a nightmare; the instant you 25 begin to stir under it, the evil is gone. All flesh consorteth according to its kind, and 30 a man will cleave to his like.
All forms of government are good, so far as the wise and kind in them govern the unwise and unkind. All good colour is in some degree pensive, and the purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love colour the most. All great art is the expression of man's delight in God's work, not in his own. All great discoveries are made by men whose feelings run ahead of their thinkings.
All immortal writers speak out of their hearts. All measures of reformation are effective in proportion to their timeliness. All men are bores except when we want them. All men honour love, because it looks up, and 65 not down. All men, if they work not as in the great taskmaster's eye, will work wrong. All men that are ruined are ruined on the side of their natural propensities. All men think all men mortal but themselves. All men who know not where to look for truth, save in the narrow well of self, will find their own image at the bottom and mistake it for what they are seeking.
All nature is but art unknown to thee. All objects are as windows through which the philosophic eye looks into infinitude. All our evils are imaginary, except pain of body and remorse of conscience. All passions exaggerate; and they are passions 15 only because they do exaggerate. All that is best in the great poets of all countries 30 is not what is national in them, but what is universal. All that is noble is in itself of a quiet nature, and appears to sleep until it is aroused and summoned forth by contrast.
All that man does and brings to pass is the vesture of a thought. Sartor Resartus. All that mankind has done, thought, gained, 35 or been, it is all lying in magic preservation in the pages of books. All that tread the globe are but a handful to the tribes that slumber in its bosom. All the armed prophets have conquered, all the unarmed have perished.
All the arts affecting culture i. All the difference between the wise man and the fool is, that the wise man keeps his counsel, and the fool reveals it. All the diseases of mind, leading to fatalest 40 ruin, are due to the concentration of man upon himself, whether his heavenly interests or his worldly interests, matters not. All the faults of the man I can pardon in the player; no fault of the player can I pardon in the man.
All the makers of dictionaries, all the compilers 45 of opinions already printed, we may term plagiarists, but honest plagiarists, who arrogate not the merit of invention. All the pursuits of men are the pursuits of women also, and in all of them a woman is only a weaker man. All the thinking in the world does not bring us to thought; we must be right by nature, so that good thoughts may come. All the wit in the world is thrown away upon 50 the man who has none. As You Like It , ii. All things are double, one against another. Good is set against evil, and life against death. All things are for the sake of the good, and it is the cause of everything beautiful.
All things are symbolical, and what we call 55 results are beginnings. All this in the daily press does not concern one in the least; one is neither the wiser nor the better for knowing what the day brings forth. All true men are soldiers in the same army, 60 to do battle against the same enemy—the empire of darkness and wrong. All truth is not to be told at all times. All wise men are of the same religion, and 5 keep it to themselves.
Lord Shaftesbury. Allzustraff gespannt, zerspringt der Bogen —If the bow is overstrained, it breaks. Allzuviel ist nicht genug —Too much is not 10 enough. Alma mater —A benign mother; applied to one's university, also to the "all-nourishing" earth. Almost all our sorrows spring out of our relations with other people. A los bobos se les aperece la Madre de Dios —The 20 mother of God appears to fools.
Altera manu fert lapidem, altera panem ostentat —He carries a stone in one hand, and shows bread in the other. Altera manu scabunt, altera feriunt —They tickle with one hand and smite with the other. Alterius non sit qui suus esse potest —Let no man be slave of another who can be his own master. Alter remus aquas, alter mihi radat arenas —Let me skim the water with one oar, and with the other touch the sands, i.
Although men are accused of not knowing their weakness, yet perhaps as few know their strength. Alt ist das Wort, doch bleibet hoch und wahr der Sinn —Old is the Word, yet does the meaning abide as high and true as ever. Altro diletto che' mparar, non provo —Learning 35 is my sole delight. Always strive for the whole; and if thou canst not become a whole thyself, connect thyself with a whole as a ministering member. Always to distrust is an error, as well as always 40 to trust.
Always win fools first; they talk much, and what they have once uttered they will stick to. A machine is not a man or a work of art; it is destructive of humanity and art. Ama l'amico tuo con il diffetto suo —Love your friend with all his faults. A man, be the heavens praised, is sufficient 50 for himself; yet were ten men, united in love, capable of being and doing what ten thousand singly would fail in. A man can keep another's secret better than his own; a woman, her own better than another's.
A man can never be too much on his guard 55 when he writes to the public, and never too easy towards those with whom he converses. A man cannot be in the seventeenth century and the nineteenth at one and the same moment. Carlyle's experience while editing Cromwell's Letters. A man does not represent a fraction, but a whole number; he is complete in himself. A man in debt is so far a slave. A man in the right, with God on his side, is in the majority, though he be alone. A man is always nearest to his good when at home, and farthest from it when away.
A man is never happy till his vague striving has itself marked out its proper limitation. A man is not born the second time, any more than the first, without travail. A man is not strong who takes convulsion fits, though six men cannot hold him; only he that can walk under the heaviest weight without staggering. A man is only a relative and a representative 10 nature. A man lives by believing something; not by debating and arguing about many things. A man may be proud of his house, and not ride on the rigging ridge of it.
A man must be well off who is irritated by trifles, for in misfortune trifles are not felt. A man must seek his happiness and inward 25 peace from objects which cannot be taken away from him. A man must verify or expel his doubts, and convert them into certainty of Yes or No. A man never feels the want of what it never 30 occurs to him to ask for. A man never rises so high as when he knows not whither he is going. Oliver Cromwell. A man of maxims only is like a Cyclops with one eye, and that eye in the back of his head.
A man often pays dear for a small frugality. A man of wit would often be much embarrassed without the company of fools. A man protesting against error is on the way 40 towards uniting himself with all men that believe in truth. A man who cannot gird himself into harness will take no weight along these highways. A man who claps his Pegasus into a harness, 45 and urges on his muse with the whip, will have to pay to Nature the penalty of this trespass. A man who feels that his religion is a slavery has not began to comprehend the real nature of it. A man who reads much becomes arrogant and 50 pedantic; one who sees much becomes wise, sociable, and helpful.
A man will love or hate solitude—that is, his own society—according as he is himself worthy or worthless. A man with half a volition goes backwards and forwards, and makes no way on the smoothest road. A man with knowledge but without energy, is a house furnished but not inhabited; a man with energy but no knowledge, a house dwelt in but unfurnished. John Sterling. A man's friends belong no more to him than 60 he to them. A man's happiness consists infinitely more in admiration of the faculties of others than in confidence in his own. A man's power is hooped in by a necessity, which, by many experiments, he touches on every side until he learns its arc.
A man's task is always light if his heart is 65 light. Lew Wallace. A man's virtue is to be measured not by his extraordinary efforts, but his everyday conduct. A man who cannot mind his own business is not to be trusted with the king's. Amare et sapere vix deo conceditur —To be in love and act wisely is scarcely in the power of a god. Ambiguas in vulgum spargere voces —To scatter ambiguous reports among the people. A merry heart doeth good like a medicine; but a broken spirit drieth the bones.
Margaret in "Faust. Amici, diem perdidi —Friends, I have lost a day. Titus at the close of a day on which he had done good to no one. Amici vitium ni feras, prodis tuum —Unless you bear with the faults of a friend, you betray your own. Amico d'ognuno, amico di nessuno —Everybody's 30 friend is nobody's friend. Amicum ita habeas posse ut fieri hunc inimicum scias —Be on such terms with your friend as if you knew he may one day become your enemy. Amicum perdere est damnorum maximum —To lose a friend is the greatest of losses.
Amicus certus in re incerta cernitur —A true 35 friend is seen when fortune wavers. Amicus est unus animus in duobus corporibus —A friend is one soul in two bodies. Amicus Plato, sed magis amica veritas —Plato is my friend, but truth is my divinity lit. Amicus usque ad aras —A friend to the very 40 altar, i. A millstone and a man's heart are kept constantly revolving; where they have nothing to grind, they grind and fray away their own substance. A miser is as furious about a halfpenny as the man of ambition about the conquest of a kingdom.
Adam Smith. Amittit famam qui se indignis comparat —He loses repute who compares himself with unworthy people. Amittit merito proprium, qui alienum appetit —He who covets what is another's, deservedly loses what is his own. Moral of the fable of the dog and the shadow. A mob is a body voluntarily bereaving itself 50 of reason and traversing its work. A modest confession of ignorance is the ripest and last attainment of philosophy. A monarchy is apt to fall by tyranny; an aristocracy, by ambition; a democracy, by tumults.
Amor al cor gentil ratto s' apprende. Amor a nullo amato amar perdona —Love spares no loved one from loving. Amor bleibt ein Schalk, und wer ihm vertraut, ist betrogen —Cupid is ever a rogue, and whoever trusts him is deceived. Amor et melle et felle est fecundissimus —Love is most fruitful both of honey and gall. Amor tutti eguaglia —Love makes all equal. Amour fait moult, argent fait tout —Love can do much, but money can do everything.
A mouse never trusts its life to one hole only. Amt ohne Geld macht Diebe —Office without 10 pay makes thieves. An acre of performance is worth a whole world 15 of promise. Analysis is not the business of the poet. His office is to portray, not to dissect. Analysis kills spontaneity, just as grain, once it is ground into flour, no longer springs and germinates. An ambassador is an honest man sent to lie abroad for the commonwealth.
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Sir H. A name is no despicable matter. Napoleon, 20 for the sake of a great name, broke in pieces almost half a world. An arc in the movement of a large intellect does not differ sensibly from a straight line. An army, like a serpent, goes on its belly. An artist is a person who has submitted to a law which it is painful to obey, that he may bestow a delight which it is gracious to bestow. An artist is only then truly praised by us when we forget him in his work. An artist must have his measuring tools, not in the hand, but in the eye.
Michael Angelo. An artist should be fit for the best society, and 30 should keep out of it. A nation which labours, and takes care of the fruits of labour, would be rich and happy, though there were no gold in the universe. Anch' io sono pittore —I too am a painter. Correggio 35 before a picture of Raphael's. Anche la rana morderebbe se avesse denti —Even the frog would bite if it had teeth. Ancient art corporealises the spiritual; modern spiritualises the corporeal. King John , iv.
And this our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything. A needle's eye is wide enough for two friends; the whole world is too narrow for two foes. A nemico che fugge, fa un ponte d'oro —Make 55 a bridge of gold for an enemy who is flying from you. An epigram often flashes light into regions where reason shines but dimly. An error is the more dangerous in proportion to the degree of truth which it contains.
A new life begins when a man once sees with his own eyes all that before he has but partially read or heard of. An eye like Mars, to threaten or command. Anfang heiss, Mittel lau, Ende kalt —The beginning hot, the middle lukewarm, the end cold. Anger, when it is long in coming, is the stronger when it comes, and the longer kept. An honest citizen who maintains himself industriously has everywhere as much freedom as he wants. Animal implume bipes —A two-legged animal without feathers. Plato's definition of man. Animals can enjoy, but only men can be cheerful. Animum pictura pascit inani —He feeds his soul 30 on the unreal picture.
Animum rege, qui nisi paret imperat —Rule your spirit well, for if it is not subject to you, it will lord it over you. Animus homini, quicquid sibi imperat, obtinet —The mind of man can accomplish whatever it resolves on. Animus hominis semper appetit agere aliquid —The 35 mind of man is always longing to do something. An individual man is a fruit which it cost all 40 the foregoing ages to form and ripen.
An infinitude of tenderness is the chief gift and inheritance of all truly great men. An irreverent knowledge is no knowledge; 45 it may be a development of the logical or other handicraft faculty, but is no culture of the soul of a man. An nescis longas regibus esse manus? An nescis, quantilla prudentia mundus regatur or regatur orbis? Axel Oxenstjerna to his son. A noble man cannot be indebted for his culture to a narrow circle. The world and his native land must act on him. A nod for a wise man, and a rod for a fool. A band of ten shooters and looters bulldoze their way inside the Compumercobras facility, hammering down thunder on the entire security guard staff via fists, knives, grenades, and a trigger-happy outpouring of full-auto lead slinging.
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The race has a long way to go before it can be on parity with its white counterparts. However, it seems that some aspects are improving. White Americans are now reaching out to assist their fellow black Americans. And with the recent inauguration of a black president, there is hope that our nation is coming of age in terms of racial and social perspective. There are persistent issues such as lack of training, high unemployment, and non-acceptance of black immigrants by some elements in Black America that must be addressed.
And so The Rising of Black America with the Assistance of White America offers motivation to those lagging behind in terms of education, training, and accepting their black counterparts. A collection of poetic stories about how children learn through carefree play. A boy finds his great grandfather's trunk in the attic.
The contents help the boy figure out who his great-grandfather was. Valerio Tullus arrives in Judea in AD 22, disowned and despairing, but finds hope as his life becomes entangled with those of children Simon and Anna, and their aunt, Leah, a young Jewish woman whose struggles to survive and serve God inspire him. When a new teacher from Tanzania arrives at Salsa International School, he brings with him a strict demeanor and a demanding curriculum that both challenges and infuriates the students he teaches.
In his attempt to discipline the fifth graders, he inadvertently reunites Amy and Nontanda, whose friendship had dissolved the year before. Soon, the two girls form a new, stronger friendship, becoming protective of each other, while remaining intellectually competitive.
In this time of growth, the eleven year olds share an array of new social and cultural experiences, from the innocence of first crush to vying for their teachers' affection, all on the way to becoming best friends all over again. After graduating from university, she was employed as an educator at a tertiary institution. It was her experience during this time of her life that inspired her first novel.
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A woman falls in love with a werewolf. She then joins in with him in fighting against the rival vampires. Own Truth is a novel that uses a shark as a metaphor for corporate greed. Story of a Canadian woman who was once a nun and became a mother of five and her related family and their trials and tribulations. Part One: After an industrial accident and a profound Near Death Experience in , in which he went through the whole process of dying and where he spoke to Jesus Yeshua , Dr. He returned to life with the conviction that there was something wrong with the Gospels in the Bible and that he had returned to life to discover what the problem was.
He discontinued his theological studies and started on a spiritual quest which took him from Canada to England and around the world, where he did research in Commonwealth Literature and the history of religion. He received his PhD from the University of Leeds in England and completed a successful career as a university professor in Canada. Part One explores the process of discovering the gospel and the implications of the discovery. Part Two:The second part of the book is a gospel, told from the point of view of the Judas Thomas, who is considered in several early Christian writings to be the twin brother of Jesus.
This section follows the canonical gospels fairly closely and includes many new teachings by Jesus Yeshua as well as an account of the relationship between Judas Thomas and his twin brother which sheds new light on the mission and teachings of Jesus. Many people have found this part of the book has moved them deeply and the Rev. A boy runs away from home and is suddenly transported to a time in the future. The village he is in is surprisingly primitive. Four children dealing with life's problems in their own unique ways when suddenly their lives converge in one moment.
When Al Qaeda and Chechen rebels join forces to explode a dirty bomb the UK security forces are in a race against time to stop it. This is the cruel but comic story of a well-intentioned amateur who trips over the official system of professional mental health care. Alan Main retires as a science teacher and volunteers in a mental health day centre in a small town in Warwickshire. A retired Indian doctor travels the world and experiences different cultures and belief systems and the common features of them all.
This book Explores questions about the purpose of life, human mortality, spirituality, God, and life beyond the grave. Fourteen-year-old Mara is like any other teenage girl; she dreams about her future and wonders what adventures lie ahead. A mother points out the yoga poses her daughter does throughout the day.
Meet Fenrick, a sixteen-year-old antisocial supplies dealer in Al Khuwayr, a small village in Saudi Arabia that protects the struggling remnants of society after a nuclear world war has destroyed nearly everything. When Fenrick is recruited into the militia that guards the village, he embarks on a mission to the ruins of Riyadh in search of Project 7, hidden somewhere in Riyadh's military base. As Fenrick travels beyond his village for the first time in eleven years, he discovers warped monstrosities that were once people and animals. Getting closer to their destination, Fenrick forms a mutual bond with his allies, beginning to feel for the first time since his father died that he need not face the world on his own.
Fenrick's curiosity about the true cause of the war continues to grow, as does his determination to complete the mission. Will he learn more about the disease that twisted the animals and people? Will he find Project 7? Could there be other remnants of society somewhere? The book provides advice to committed couples on how to bring back the initial feelings of passion they felt toward each other. Policy wonk explains the deficiencies of a government sponsored healthcare system and offers a much cheaper alternative.
Woman writes about the real impact her relationship with God has in her life. If you have ever wondered why American Catholics and American Protestants in the mainline denominations in believe and worship in very similar ways; why Democrats and Republicans accept the necessity of governmental intervention to secure the "safety net" of services citizens may need to access at various times in their lives; and why average American workers in their pivotal role as producers and consumers of goods and services "own" the nation's economy; Three Essays and Three Revolutions is the book for you.
Author Francis Goskowski argues that Martin Luther, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Karl Marx, three "Founding Fathers" of the modern world, are responsible for the "big ideas" that have shaped current thinking in religion, politics, and economics.
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By closely examining one important work of each thinker, the author shows how the revolutionary concepts Luther, Rousseau, and Marx advanced, provoked fierce opposition within the prevailing order, but ultimately gained acceptance in all circles, evidenced by the fundamental agreement on religious liberty, civic equality, and economic justice apparent throughout the Western world today.
This eloquently written, thought-provoking, and sensibly priced collection of essays Three Essays and Three Revolutions is the sort of wonderful book of which any aspiring writer might wish to claim authorship. I am sure that it will be wisely read, thoughtfully debated, and much treasured in the years ahead. Shehan and retired Cardinal William H. Keeler, 12th and 14th Archbishops of Baltimore respectively. Real life stories describing what it's like to managing a hotel.
A behind the scenes look at the hospitality industry. International terrorism and the development of weapons of mass destruction have given war an unlimited capability that can cause total destruction of all living things as well as the world in which we reside. Although human beings realize that this catastrophic outcome is possible, they continue to engage in wars.
What forces drive them to do so? Sounds: A Pathway to World Peace attempts to answer that question by examining the survival and socializing forces that govern human interactions, identifying the behaviors these forces initiate, and reviewing the circumstances that strengthen the influence of one force over the other. This information is used to develop The Behavior Set Theory. This theory is used to explain why wars exist and to provide approaches combatants can take to stop the Arab-Israeli conflict, the war in Iraq, international terrorism, and conditions existing in the United States, where many public policies strengthen survival forces rather than socializing ones.
At the tender age of thirteen, Darcy Preyer begins to question her belief system and the conventional bible-believing adults who instilled it. Trapped in an abusive home where she is silenced and neglected, Darcy? She is thrust into hell on earth as she realizes the adults around her are blinded from the truth.
Confused, Darcy retreats into a world where she is occupied by serious questions. Afraid of losing her inner voice, she embraces new ways of coping to avoid her contradictory reality. Will Darcy find the answers she is desperately searching for, and what will be her destiny? In Through Eyes That See you will accompany Darcy on her fascinating journey, with surprising and thought-provoking results. The writer learns how to take the concepts found in Fengshui and apply it to her personal life.
Kassi is a single, innocent Christian woman who dreams of owning a horse ranch, finding romance, and having a family of her own. She has been hurt by relationships in the past. A handsome cowboy named Landin helps her learn about horses, and the two develop a deep friendship. When Kassi is diagnosed with a serious illness, their friendship dissolves. Years later, Kassi buys her dream ranch and looks for help to run it. The help comes in the form of Landin.
Kassi has a hard time trusting him and they struggle to once again become friends. When Kassi is attacked, she is saved by God and Landin. This forces Landin to finally get up the nerve to tell Kassi that he loves her. Their romance grows, but Kassi still has trust issues. Can they work out their problems? Perhaps a romantic Christmas hayride is just the setting they need to settle their differences. Three interlaced stories filled with music, murder, fire and fraud - erratically controlled by a narrator - comprise Scrundle: A Historical Novel.
In , as the Black Death spreads in Europe, musicians, who play a massive instrument called the Scrundle, are caught between two feuding barons. One captures them and the other burns the instrument on the advice of a peasant, who believes it to be a symbol of pestilence and religious corruption. Two musicians escape to tell the tale in a manuscript, or MS. One baron is banished for the destruction, while the other? In , Joshua Mayne, descendent of the banished baron and a Fellow of the College, plans to translate the MS, and recreate the instrument.
Ejected for heretical beliefs, he murders the College librarian, steals the MS, and covers his tracks by setting fire to the College. He escapes to his family home, where his unpolished translation remains in the family library. By , the last of the Mayne family has refounded the College and intends to bequeath the family library to it.
A musicology Fellow steals the Scrundle MS and other valuable items prior to cataloguing. Meanwhile, a television archaeological team has been invited to excavate the College foundations.
It arrives when the library is finally delivered, unearths the bones of the murdered librarian, and tries to explain the original fire, even as another is about to ignite. An Israeli secret service agent works to foil a plot for a coordinated terrorist attack on the cities of New York and London. The energy of the human spirit is analyzed and how attitude can affect its effectiveness. A little girl makes friends with a cute tree frog. Later they are separated and try to find each other again. Approaching thirty-five and facing a defining moment in a less than illustrious career, Isaac Preston sits alone at his desk eating a brown bag lunch.
As he tries to ward off the demons that haunt him, he reminds himself that his current taste for bag lunches wasn? There was a time when the world was his oyster. Seventeen years earlier during the spring of , his wizardry at basketball was the talk of Los Angeles. On the verge of receiving a basketball scholarship, all hell broke loose. In the midst of the O.
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Eddie tries to learn how to play several different instruments, but is unsuccessful. Eddie is also a resourceful elephant and he never gives up. Through his determination, he finally discovers an instrument that is just right for him! This extraordinary book was inspired by a true story about a little boy with a hearing impairment, who was also determined to play a musical instrument. Because of his determination and passion for music, the little boy is also able to play an instrument just like other children.
Sparks fly when an ex-rock and roll junkie and a stuffy accountant rendezvous at a local resort, but neither are prepared for the emotional entanglements, family complications, and threat from the past that unexpectedly resurfaces. Set in the s, this story brings two opposing forces together in a clash of romance and danger, while its musical undertones highlight the theme that God can turn anything into beautiful music.
Jade literally runs into Josh after five years apart. The two ex-lovers are not quite sure where their futures will take them. During their years apart, Jade has been an undercover agent for the government. Recently surviving a disastrous mission in Colombia, she returns home to Colorado to heal. Josh treats Jade as a wounded creature, taking her home with him and providing a safe place for her to recuperate.
But Jade is still in the habit of running away from her emotions, and is afraid of repeating the heartbreak of five years earlier. In her work, she plays the seductress to gain information. When her past rears its ugly head and Jade is kidnapped, Josh follows and rescues her. Jade and Josh both keep too many secrets from each other. Amid the dangerous side of their work, Jade is too afraid to make a new go at their relationship, and Josh is not sure he wants to wait any longer. In , after 20 years of working for an Australian State Government Schools Teaching Service, author Kevin Munro suffered a severe bipolar nervous breakdown.
To keep up his literary skills, he began to write. The mystique of mining has always fascinated people. Cry of the Rocks is a novel about the issues and dangers of deep rock mining. It describes life at Nkuti, a modern deep-rock platinum mine in post-apartheid South Africa, and takes the reader into the depths of the earth, to the grueling work-face as well as to the harsh reality of life above ground. But Cry of the Rocks is also a thriller, which includes kidnapping, a murder and an international conspiracy.
With its modern multi-racial mix of characters, the story probes deeply into the lives of the people of Nkuti, where a mysterious man threatens the miners into sabotaging the mine while also carrying out two kidnappings. Then a series of rock bursts trap dozens of miners below ground. Can the miners be saved? The novel gives good insight into mining, as shift upon shift of thousands of hard men descend into the bowels of the earth to pick and blast their way through tons of rock in conditions of heat, humidity, lack of air and light. Tyler Fox, from Goessel, Kansas, is a sophomore at St. Tyler is an up-and-coming golfer who will hopefully lead the St.
Alfanus team to a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship. One day as he is practicing prior to the start of fall semester, the editor of the St. Charlie convinces Tyler, who is an English major, to come work for The Clarion. Days before the fall semester is to begin, Tyler takes an evening jog through the golf course. He comes across the 14th green, where a man is wailing as he holds a bloody woman in his arms. The woman who was murdered, Alison Alcott, was the daughter of the college president.
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