From Passion to Peace Annotated with Biography about James Allen

Filename: from-passion-to-peace-annotated-with-biography-about-james-allen.pdf
ISBN: 9781610426572
Release Date: 2013-11-20
Number of pages: 60
Author: James Allen
Publisher: Golgotha Press

Download and read online From Passion to Peace Annotated with Biography about James Allen in PDF and EPUB The first three parts of this book, "Passion, Aspiration, and Temptation," represent the common human life, with its passion, pathos, and tragedy. The last three parts, Transcendence, Beatitude, and Peace, represents the Divine Life—calm, wise and beautiful—of the sage and Savior. The middle part, Transmutation, is the transitional stage between the two; it is the alchemic process linking the divine with the human life. Discipline, denial, and renunciation do not constitute the Divine State; they are only the means by which it is attained. The Divine Life is established in that Perfect Knowledge which bestows Perfect Peace. This version of the classic book includes a biography about the life and times of James Allen.


From Passion to Peace

Filename: from-passion-to-peace.pdf
ISBN: 9781602061811
Release Date: 2007-03-01
Number of pages: 68
Author: James Allen
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

Download and read online From Passion to Peace in PDF and EPUB James Allen saw the darkness of the world and believed he had an answer... and millions of readers agreed with him. One of the most popular writers in the fields of inspiration and spirituality at the turn of the 20th century, Allen, in this 1910 book, diffuses the darker side of human nature with his calming thoughts on transcending the temptations that lead to grief and suffering, pain and sorrow. Allen's words continue to motivate readers today to take the reins of their own happiness and be the guide of their own lives. British author and pop philosopher JAMES ALLEN (1864-1912) retired from the business world to pursue a life of writing and contemplation. Best known for As a Man Thinketh, he authored many other books about the power of thought including The Path to Prosperity, The Mastery of Destiny, and Entering the Kingdom.


From Passion to Peace Or the Pathway of the Pure Classic Reprint

Filename: from-passion-to-peace-or-the-pathway-of-the-pure-classic-reprint.pdf
ISBN: 1330523989
Release Date: 2015-06-30
Number of pages: 66
Author: Associate Professor of Philosophy James Allen
Publisher:

Download and read online From Passion to Peace Or the Pathway of the Pure Classic Reprint in PDF and EPUB Excerpt from From Passion to Peace or the Pathway of the Pure The first three parts of this book, Passion, Aspiration, and Temptation, represent the common human life, with its passion, pathos, and tragedy; the last three parts, Transcendence, Beatitude, and Peace, present the Divine Life - calm, wise, and beautiful - of the sage and Saviour. The middle part, Transmutation, is the transitional stage between the two; it is the alchemic process linking the divine with the human life. Discipline, denial, and renunciation do not constitute the Divine State; they are only the means by which it is attained. The Divine Life is established in that Perfect Knowledge which bestows Perfect Peace. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


From Passion to Peace

Filename: from-passion-to-peace.pdf
ISBN: 9781625587312
Release Date: 2013-03-12
Number of pages: 33
Author: James Allen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online From Passion to Peace in PDF and EPUB The Pathway of the Saints and sages, the road of the wise and the pure; the highway along which the Saviors have trod, and which all Saviors to come will also walk-such is the subject of this book; such is the high and holy theme which the author briefly expounds in these pages. --James Allen


Life Unstuck

Filename: life-unstuck.pdf
ISBN: 9781441227966
Release Date: 2015-03-10
Number of pages: 256
Author: Pat Layton
Publisher: Revell

Download and read online Life Unstuck in PDF and EPUB Everyone has felt stuck at some point in life. Our inertia is gone, momentum is wiped out, and life trudges on devoid of passion. But God has so much more than this planned for his daughters. With passion and enthusiasm, Pat Layton invites women to imagine their world unstuck--a place where they feel at peace with the past, find purpose in the present, and revel in the possibilities that the future holds. With her rousing Unstuck Manifesto, she delves deep into the areas readers get stuck in the most--relationships, finances, ministry, career, and more--and, with the Scriptures as her guide, unveils the path to positive forward movement.


Passion for Peace

Filename: passion-for-peace.pdf
ISBN: 086840750X
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 304
Author: Stuart Rees
Publisher: UNSW Press

Download and read online Passion for Peace in PDF and EPUB In a dark and pessimistic time, A Passion for Peace is a timely and uplifting work. Written in an engaging and optimistic style, combining poetry and prose, this book is both practical and philosophical, showing how a creative use of power can contribute to peace with justice in any context or country.


The Surrendered Wife

Filename: the-surrendered-wife.pdf
ISBN: 0743211502
Release Date: 2001-02-28
Number of pages: 288
Author: Laura Doyle
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Surrendered Wife in PDF and EPUB A New York Times bestseller, this controversial guide to improving your marriage has transformed thousands of relationships, bringing women romance, harmony, and the intimacy they crave. Like millions of women, Laura Doyle wanted her marriage to be better. But when she tried to get her husband to be more romantic, helpful, and ambitious, he withdrew—and she was lonely and exhausted from controlling everything. Desperate to be in love with her man again, she decided to stop telling him what to do and how to do it. When Doyle surrendered control, something magical happened. The union she had always dreamed of appeared. The man who had wooed her was back. The underlying principle of The Surrendered Wife is simple: The control women wield at work and with children must be left at the front door of any marriage. Laura Doyle’s model for matrimony shows women how they can both express their needs and have them met while also respecting their husband’s choices. When they do, they revitalize intimacy. Compassionate and practical, The Surrendered Wife is a step-by-step guide that teaches women how to: · Give up unnecessary control and responsibility · Resist the temptation to criticize, belittle, or dismiss their husbands · Trust their husbands in every aspect of marriage—from sexual to financial · And more. The Surrendered Wife will show you how to transform a lonely marriage into a passionate union.


The Wisdom of James Allen III

Filename: the-wisdom-of-james-allen-iii.pdf
ISBN: 1889606081
Release Date: 2003-04-01
Number of pages: 361
Author: James Allen
Publisher: Laurel Creek Press

Download and read online The Wisdom of James Allen III in PDF and EPUB The wisdom of James Allen III is book three in the wisdom of James Allen series. It contains the following four classic works from the author of as a Man Thinketh. Out from the heart by ways of blessedness from passion to peace the heavenly life.


Counterfeit Comforts

Filename: counterfeit-comforts.pdf
ISBN: 9781441230393
Release Date: 2016-09-06
Number of pages: 208
Author: Robia Scott
Publisher: Baker Books

Download and read online Counterfeit Comforts in PDF and EPUB How do we overcome what we are being overcome by--whether depression, anxiety, overeating, a negative view of ourselves or any other stronghold--in order to experience the freedom that is available to us in Christ? When the pressures of life become overwhelming, we often find ourselves turning to food, shopping, alcohol, television or whatever our "counterfeit" might be in search of the relief, release and peace we are longing for. These choices are not necessarily bad, but the satisfaction is merely temporary. Before we know it, we can find ourselves enslaved by addictive and destructive behaviors, but there is a way out. With grace and warmth, author Robia Scott shows how true healing and lasting satisfaction can be found only as we learn to transfer our dependence from counterfeit comforts onto our one true Comforter: the Holy Spirit. Drawing from the experience of battling her own counterfeits--primarily her tumultuous relationship with food and obsession with dieting, weight and body image--Robia leads you step by step through the process of transformation. It is through learning how to experience and connect with the Person, the presence and the power of God that we discover who we truly are, and acquire freedom to live the life of purpose that we were created for.


Waging Heavy Peace Deluxe

Filename: waging-heavy-peace-deluxe.pdf
ISBN: 9781101616833
Release Date: 2012-09-25
Number of pages: 512
Author: Neil Young
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Waging Heavy Peace Deluxe in PDF and EPUB The deluxe eBook edition of Waging Heavy Peace includes excerpts of more than fifteen Neil Young songs (personally selected by Young himself) such as “After the Gold Rush,” “Like a Hurricane,” and “The Needle and the Damage Done,” providing a soundtrack to his stories. Interspersed throughout the text are ten rare Young videos from his own archives, offering an uncommon behind the scenes glimpse of the man behind this memoir. In addition, a complete discography guarantees that diehard devotees and new fans alike enjoy the ultimate Neil Young experience. For the first time, legendary singer, songwriter, and guitarist Neil Young offers a kaleidoscopic view of his personal life and musical creativity. He tells of his childhood in Ontario, where his father instilled in him a love for the written word; his first brush with mortality when he contracted polio at the age of five; struggling to pay rent during his early days with the Squires; traveling the Canadian prairies in Mort, his 1948 Buick hearse; performing in a remote town as a polar bear prowled beneath the floorboards; leaving Canada on a whim in 1966 to pursue his musical dreams in the pot-filled boulevards and communal canyons of Los Angeles; the brief but influential life of Buffalo Springfield, which formed almost immediately after his arrival in California. He recounts their rapid rise to fame and ultimate break-up; going solo and overcoming his fear of singing alone; forming Crazy Horse and writing “Cinnamon Girl,” “Cowgirl in the Sand,” and “Down by the River” in one day while sick with the flu; joining Crosby, Stills & Nash, recording the landmark CSNY album, Déjà vu, and writing the song, “Ohio;” life at his secluded ranch in the redwoods of Northern California and the pot-filled jam sessions there; falling in love with his wife, Pegi, and the birth of his three children; and finally, finding the contemplative paradise of Hawaii. Astoundingly candid, witty, and as uncompromising and true as his music, Waging Heavy Peace is Neil Young’s journey as only he can tell it.


Nationalist Passions

Filename: nationalist-passions.pdf
ISBN: 9781501701320
Release Date: 2015-09-30
Number of pages: 320
Author: Stuart J. Kaufman
Publisher: Cornell University Press

Download and read online Nationalist Passions in PDF and EPUB Nationalist and ethnic conflict can take many forms, from genocidal violence and civil war to protest movements and peaceful squabbles in democracies. Nationalist Passions poses a stark challenge to extreme rationalist understandings of political conflict. Stuart J. Kaufman elaborates a compelling theory of ethnic politics to explain why ethnic violence erupts in some contexts and how peace is maintained in others. At the core of Kaufman's theory is an assertion that conflicts are initiated due to popular "symbolic predispositions"—biases of all kinds—and perceptions of threat. Kaufman puts his theory to the test in a range of conflicts. He examines some highly violent episodes, among them the Muslim rebellion in the southern Philippines beginning in the 1970s; the civil war in southern Sudan that began in the 1980s; and the Rwanda genocide of 1994. Kaufman also analyzes other situations in which leaders attempted to tame the violence that nationalist passions can generate. In India, Mahatma Gandhi mobilized an overtly nonviolent movement but failed in his efforts to prevent the rise of Muslim-Hindu communal violence. In South Africa, Nelson Mandela and F. W. de Klerk ended apartheid, but not without terrible cost—more than fifteen thousand people died while the negotiations were under way. In Tanzania, however, Julius Nyerere led one of the few ethnically diverse countries in the world with almost no ethnic violence. Nationalist Passions is essential reading for policymakers, international aid workers, and all others who seek to find the best possible outcomes for future internal and interstate clashes.


The Crossroads of Should and Must

Filename: the-crossroads-of-should-and-must.pdf
ISBN: 9780761184201
Release Date: 2015-04-07
Number of pages: 176
Author: Elle Luna
Publisher: Workman Publishing

Download and read online The Crossroads of Should and Must in PDF and EPUB Who hasn’t asked the question “How can I find and follow my true calling?” Elle Luna frames this moment as “standing at the crossroads of Should and Must.” “Should” is what we feel we ought to be doing, or what is expected of us. “Must” is the thing we dream of doing, our heart’s desire. And it was her own personal journey that inspired Elle Luna to write a brief online manifesto that, in a few short months, has touched hundreds of thousands of people who’ve read it or heard Elle speak on the topic. Now Ms. Luna expands her ideas into an inspirational, highly visual gift book for every recent graduate, every artist, every seeker, every career changer. The Crossroads of Should and Must has a universal message—we get to choose the path between Should and Must. And it gives every reader permission to embrace this message. It’s about the difference between jobs, careers, and callings. The difference between going to work and becoming one with your work. Why knowing what you want is often the hardest part. It gives eye-opening techniques for reconnecting with one’s inner voice, like writing your own obituary (talk about putting life in perspective). It talks about the most common fears of choosing Must over Should—money, time, space, and the ultimate fear: total vulnerability—and shores up our hesitation with inspiring stories of and quotes from the artists and writers and thinkers who’ve faced their own crossroads of Should and Must and taken the leap. It explains the importance of mistakes, of “unlearning,” of solitude, of keeping moving, of following a soul path. Presented in four chapters—The Crossroads, The Origin of Should, Must, and The Return—inspired by the hero’s journey outlined by Joseph Campbell, The Crossroads of Should and Must guides us from the small moment, discovering our Must, to the big moment—actually doing something about it, and returning to share our new gifts with the world.


Baghdad

Filename: baghdad.pdf
ISBN: 9780141948041
Release Date: 2014-05-29
Number of pages: 320
Author: Justin Marozzi
Publisher: Penguin UK

Download and read online Baghdad in PDF and EPUB In Baghdad: City of Peace, City of Blood, celebrated young travelwriter-historian Justin Marozzi gives us a many-layered history of one of the world's truly great cities - both its spectacular golden ages and its terrible disasters 'Justin Marozzi is the most brilliant of the new generation of travelwriter-historians' - Sunday Telegraph Over thirteen centuries, Baghdad has enjoyed both cultural and commercial pre-eminence, boasting artistic and intellectual sophistication and an economy once the envy of the world. It was here, in the time of the Caliphs, that the Thousand and One Nights were set. Yet it has also been a city of great hardships, beset by epidemics, famines, floods, and numerous foreign invasions which have brought terrible bloodshed. This is the history of its storytellers and its tyrants, of its philosophers and conquerors. Here, in the first new history of Baghdad in nearly 80 years, Justin Marozzi brings to life the whole tumultuous history of what was once the greatest capital on earth. Justin Marozzi is a Councillor of the Royal Geographic Society and a Senior Research Fellow at Buckingham University. He has broadcast for BBC Radio Four, and regularly contributes to a wide range of publications, including the Financial Times, for which he has worked in Iraq, Afghanistan and Darfur. His previous books include the bestselling Tamerlane: Sword of Islam, a Sunday Telegraph Book of the Year (2004), and The Man Who Invented History: Travels with Herodotus.


Peace Love Barbecue

Filename: peace-love-barbecue.pdf
ISBN: 9781594861093
Release Date: 2005-05-20
Number of pages: 312
Author: Mike Mills
Publisher: Rodale

Download and read online Peace Love Barbecue in PDF and EPUB An entertaining cookbook, memoir, and travelogue presents a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the barbecue contest circuit, with one hundred prize-winning recipes, as well as the author's own treasured family dishes and contributions from friends, that encompass all kinds of meat, fish, poultry, sauces and dry rubs, soups, side dishes, and tasty sweets. Original. 75,000 first printing.


Passion for Peace

Filename: passion-for-peace.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015031736112
Release Date: 1995-01
Number of pages: 338
Author: Thomas Merton
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company

Download and read online Passion for Peace in PDF and EPUB This comprehensive volume contains Thomas Merton's principal writings on non-violence, war and racism. Much of what he wrote between 1961 and 1968 is prophetic and speaks penetratingly to our time. He is speaking to us--reminding us of the essential oneness that roots the equal dignity of all peoples.