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Deliver Me From Negative Self Talk Expanded Edition

Author : Lynn Davis
ISBN : 9780768407686
Genre : Religion
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Change Your Words, Change Your World! Admit it, you talk to yourself. Whether you speak the words out loud or think them in your mind, you are always talking to yourself… about yourself. The important question: what are you saying? Much of what we say is negative, hurtful and damaging, setting us up for failure. If you want to live the victorious, abundant life God has for you, start by changing what you say to yourself. This has the power to radically transform everything! In her relatable, down-to-earth style, Lynn Davis offers scriptural self care for the soul in need of encouragement. Learn how changing your self talk will help you: • Experience victory over fear, bad habits and addictions • Overcome negative emotions • Think God’s thoughts about yourself by changing your meditation • Receive healing from sickness • Increase your self-esteem • Make declarations that strengthen your faith Get delivered from negative self talk today and begin speaking powerful, faith-filled words that unleash God’s purpose, joy, and healing in your life!

The Story Of My Experiments With Truth

Author : M. Gandhi
ISBN : 1511955090
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Gandhi: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Translation by Mahadev Desai. As the spiritual leader of humanity called "Father of the Nation" Mahatma Gandhi wrote his autobiography 'The Story of My Experiments with Truth' in order to give all people the truth (satya), which he considers the essence of the soul! Anyone in one way or another touched the spiritual possessions of this eminent man is endowed with tremendous happiness. His life provides difficulties, love, teaching, and he tells it in his autobiography that, the content is structured and filled with poetry that makes reading a fascinating and friendly. Describing his childhood, then marriage - made by his parents when he was only thirteen years old and lasted for 62 years - Gandhi immerses us in the world of Indian culture, and we conquered with their struggle for equality, and concludes that this book should be read, to take us into the world of truth and achieve perfect inner spiritual peace. At the end of the book, in the last chapter "Separation" Gandhi offers us another maxim of his life: "There is no God but the truth! "But the truth is hard as stone, and delicate like a flower - he says. Here it is poetic design - Stone and Flower. Between these two poles run poetic power in "The story of my experiments with truth" Autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi reveals his dedication reveals our soul, revealing the path of truth, which is followed, and that truth has dedicated his life. And it "Mahatma", which means great soul! And are not they great people the true rulers of the truth that we all seek and for which we are fighting, and that pushes us in the right direction? Mahatma Gandhi fought for the truth, and a little effort on our part, take time to read his book, would direct us to our own fight!

High School English Gram Composition

Author : H Martin
ISBN : 8121900093
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This is an attempy to cater the needs of Indian learners who belong to the disadvantaged regions where English learning becomes obstacle. The book incorporates the basic principle of English Grammar and their usage

Time

Author : Diane Owen Hughes
ISBN : 0472065793
Genre : Social Science
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One Hundred Poems Of Tukaram

Author : Mhatre Chandrakant
ISBN : 9781483549392
Genre : Poetry
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Tukaram was a sixteenth century Indian poet who challenged the norms of the day, whether literary, social or religious in his poems that not only energized a decaying society but also influenced the centuries to come. Tukaram's poetry hold its rejuvenating powers even in the turbulent times of our own twenty-first century. One Hundred Poems of Tukaram is a translation of selected poems of this visionary poet who makes his reader see every aspect of life in a new light, enabling them to rethink the whole world in more positive terms. Tukaram’s reputation as one of the greatest poets born in India resides on his four thousand or so extant poems which he composed in Marathi, his mother tongue. Unlike most of the poets of the seventeenth century, Tukaram did not write in highly Sanskitised Marathi, instead he chose the colloquial language spoken by the common-most people of his times. This has given a distinct vigour to his compositions which appeal straight to the heart of his readers. By temperament, Tukaram is as candid and as forthright as imaginable and does not hesitate to write about anything under the sun nor does he consider anything too holy to be left untouched. This makes his poems penetratingly consistent in taking aim at the very core of the questions grappling human existence. Though he wrote almost four hundred years ago, in a very different social milieu than today’s globalised and digitized world, somehow he seems to be dealing with and overcoming exactly the same dilemmas faced by the human populace in the twenty first century the world over. This continuum of human condition is what drew me more and more to the poems of Tukaram. Despite the fact that Tukaram was a widely revered saint, arguably the greatest of his times, his poetry is not conventionally devotional. Of course, the predominant theme in his poems is that of spirituality. Yet, even at a cursory reading, one understands Tukaram’s poems to be markedly different from other devotional/spiritual poems. The reason is Tukaram’s honesty when it comes to self-expression. He does not only harp upon his ‘oneness’ with the Lord or the bliss attained thereof or the knowledge obtained thereby, but he goes on to expressing in his poems his entire spiritual and worldly journey with all its dramatic ups and downs - with ‘downs’ seemingly outnumbering ‘ups’. Resultantly, in his poems we do not come across some spiritually enlightened ‘being’ talking down to us from his high pedestal but someone from amongst us who has started from the bottom and knows exactly how steep the climb is. Therefore, while reading Tukaram, one cannot help but feel that it is not just the poet’s journey that is unfolding; it is the journey of each one of us. As if Tukaram holds our hand and takes us on that path leading to the ultimate goal of human life. Thus Tukaram’s poetry does not remain the expression of one individual but of the entire humanity existent in all places at all times! While reading Tukaram, one gets an eerie feeling that Tukaram is a contemporary poet, that the content of his poems is of the present times, that he writes for the current generations. Thus we come across in his poems all that angst that we today experience on seeing innocent people suffering at the hands of the terrorists, when he exclaims: “Eyes cannot bear to see Such is the devastation Pains of others grieve My heart” It hardly matters that Tukaram is writing in this poem about the horrific droughts of his times that wiped out an entire generation; this becomes an expression of my heart writhing in pain seeing the images of the thousands of Nigerians killed in the Boko Haram attack. It hardly matters that Tukaram is talking about a nature-inflicted calamity, while our miseries today are self-inflicted. Tukaram’s words catch hold of our aching nerve like no contemporary of ours can.

The Collected Works Of Mahatma Gandhi

Author : Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
ISBN : 8123001509
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United In Hate

Author : Jamie Glazov
ISBN : 9781935071600
Genre : Political Science
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United in Hate analyzes the Left's contemporary romance with militant Islam as a continuation of the Left's love affair with communist totalitarianism in the twentieth century. Just as the Left was drawn to the communist killing machines of Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot and Castro, so too it is now attracted to radical Islam. Both the radical Left and radical Islam possess a profound hatred for Western culture, for a capitalist economic structure that recognizes individual achievement and for the Judeo-Christian heritage of the United States. Both seek to establish a new world order: leftists in the form of a classless communist society and Islamists in the form of a caliphate ruled by Sharia law. To achieve these goals, both are willing to wipe the slate clean by means of limitless carnage, with the ultimate goal of erecting their utopia upon the ruins of the system they have destroyed.

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