From Passion to Peace

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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

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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

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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


From Passion to Peace Annotated with Biography about James Allen

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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.


Passion to Protect

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ISBN: 9780373277995
Release Date: 2012-10-16
Number of pages: 224
Author: Colleen Thompson
Publisher: Harlequin

Download and read online Passion to Protect in PDF and EPUB She loved him once-can he be trusted now? Hotshot wilderness firefighter Jake Whitaker had been lucky to escape a massive blaze with his life. Now, with a body as scarred as his heart, the last thing he needs-much less wants-is to see his first love walk back into his life. With her abusive marriage behind her, Liane Mason brought her children home to Wolf River Lodge in a search for peace...a peace she can maintain only by keeping a cool distance from Jake. But when her children become hostages in a murderous plan, Jake is the only one she can turn to. And while love may never die, a passionate hatred can kill. In a battle of love versus vengeance, which side will win?


Life Unstuck

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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.


The Wisdom of James Allen III

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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.


Hiking Through

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ISBN: 9780984076055
Release Date: 2010-04-01
Number of pages: 309
Author: Paul V. Stutzman
Publisher: BookPros, LLC

Download and read online Hiking Through in PDF and EPUB The author discusses his decision to quit his job following the death of his wife and embark on thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, and describes his experiences and the revelations that came to him while on the nearly five-month-long trek.


Never Come to Peace Again

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ISBN: 0806136561
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 353
Author: David Dixon
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

Download and read online Never Come to Peace Again in PDF and EPUB Prior to the American Revolution, the Ohio River Valley was a cauldron of competing interests: Indian, colonial, and imperial. The conflict known as Pontiac’s Uprising, which lasted from 1763 until 1766, erupted out of this volatile atmosphere. Never Come to Peace Again, the first complete account of Pontiac’s Uprising to appear in nearly fifty years, is a richly detailed account of the causes, conduct, and consequences of events that proved pivotal in American colonial history. When the Seven Years’ War ended in 1760, French forts across the wilderness passed into British possession. Recognizing that they were just exchanging one master for another, Native tribes of the Ohio valley were angered by this development. Led by an Ottawa chief named Pontiac, a confederation of tribes, including the Delaware, Seneca, Chippewa, Miami, Potawatomie, and Huron, rose up against the British. Ultimately unsuccessful, the prolonged and widespread rebellion nevertheless took a heavy toll on British forces. Even more devastating to the British was the rise in revolutionary sentiment among colonists in response to the rebellion. For Dixon, Pontiac’s Uprising was far more than a bloody interlude between Great Britain’s two wars of the eighteenth century. It was the bridge that linked the Seven Years’ War with the American Revolution.


Making Peace with Herpes

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ISBN: 9780978078010
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 146
Author: Christopher Scipio
Publisher: Green Sun Press

Download and read online Making Peace with Herpes in PDF and EPUB Making Peace with Herpes is the most thought-provoking and original book ever written on the subject of herpes. Christopher Scipio started off as a victim of the virus and transformed himself into one of the most experienced holistic practitioners who treats herpes in North America. He is an outspoken advocate of treatment without drug therapy." While it is a subject that many people would rather avoid, Scipio points out that 60% of the sexually active population in North America has either herpes simplex 1 or 2. "70% of the people who have it either don't know they have it, won't admit they have it or are not treating it," Scipio explains "For some people having herpes can make you feel like a leper. There are no public fundraisers or celebrity spokespersons championing the cause of herpes. In fact you would be hard-pressed to get anyone to admit in public that they have 'the gift.' " "The good news and the ironic news is that herpes is one of the easiest diseases to manage naturally. There is absolutely no need for drug-therapy for herpes. This book isn't just about how to have fewer outbreaks or how to stop having outbreaks; just doing that isn't enough to be healthy. This book is about holistically healing your herpes and living a healthy, happy and balanced life. Holistic health is about much more than making symptoms go away." Making Peace with Herpes is a must read for everyone. Whether you have herpes, are in a relationship with someone with herpes or you just want to educate yourself on the worlds fastest growing pandemic; it's a self-empowerment guide of the first order.


The James Allen Companion

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ISBN: 9781682993576
Release Date: 2016-02-01
Number of pages: 2800
Author: James Allen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The James Allen Companion in PDF and EPUB James Allen was a British philosophical writer known for his inspirational books and poetry and as a pioneer of the self-help movement. His best known work, 'As a Man Thinketh,' has been a source of inspiration to motivational and self-help authors. This omnibus edition features 18 of his best-loved works, including 'From Poverty to Power,' 'All These Things Added,' 'As a Man Thinketh,' 'Byways of Blessedness,' 'Out from the Heart,' 'Poems of Peace,' 'The Life Triumphant,' 'Morning and Evening Thoughts,' 'The Mastery of Destiny,' 'Above Life's Turmoil,' 'From Passion to Peace,' 'Eight Pillars of Prosperity,' 'Man: King of Mind, Body, and Circumstance,' 'Light on Life's Difficulties,' 'Foundation Stones to Happiness and Success,' 'Meditations for Every Day in the Year,' 'Men and Systems,' and 'The Shining Gateway.'


Counterfeit Comforts

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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.


The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace

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ISBN: 9781476731926
Release Date: 2014-09-23
Number of pages: 416
Author: Jeff Hobbs
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace in PDF and EPUB An instant New York Times bestseller, named a best book of the year by The New York Times Book Review, Amazon, and Entertainment Weekly, among others, this celebrated account of a young African-American man who escaped Newark, NJ, to attend Yale, but still faced the dangers of the streets when he returned is, “nuanced and shattering” (People) and “mesmeric” (The New York Times Book Review). When author Jeff Hobbs arrived at Yale University, he became fast friends with the man who would be his college roommate for four years, Robert Peace. Robert’s life was rough from the beginning in the crime-ridden streets of Newark in the 1980s, with his father in jail and his mother earning less than $15,000 a year. But Robert was a brilliant student, and it was supposed to get easier when he was accepted to Yale, where he studied molecular biochemistry and biophysics. But it didn’t get easier. Robert carried with him the difficult dual nature of his existence, trying to fit in at Yale, and at home on breaks. A compelling and honest portrait of Robert’s relationships—with his struggling mother, with his incarcerated father, with his teachers and friends—The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace encompasses the most enduring conflicts in America: race, class, drugs, community, imprisonment, education, family, friendship, and love. It’s about the collision of two fiercely insular worlds—the ivy-covered campus of Yale University and the slums of Newark, New Jersey, and the difficulty of going from one to the other and then back again. It’s about trying to live a decent life in America. But most all this “fresh, compelling” (The Washington Post) story is about the tragic life of one singular brilliant young man. His end, a violent one, is heartbreaking and powerful and “a haunting American tragedy for our times” (Entertainment Weekly).


Yoga for Life

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ISBN: 9781476776804
Release Date: 2015-06-02
Number of pages: 272
Author: Colleen Saidman Yee
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Yoga for Life in PDF and EPUB From a rebellious young woman with a dangerous heroin habit to a globe-trotting fashion model to “First Lady of Yoga” (The New York Times), Colleen Saidman Yee tells the remarkable story of how she found herself through the healing power of yoga—and then inspired others to do the same. I’ve learned how to extract the beauty of an ordinary day. I’ve learned that the best high exists in the joy—or the sadness—of the present moment. Yoga allows me to surf the ripples and sit with the mud, while catching glimpses of the clarity of my home at the bottom of the lake: my true self. The very first time Saidman Yee took a yoga class, she left feeling inexplicably different—something inside had shifted. She felt alive—so alive that yoga became the center of her life, helping her come to terms with her insecurities and find her true identity and voice. From learning to cope with a frightening seizure disorder to navigating marriages and divorces to becoming a mother, finding the right life partner, and grieving a beloved parent, Saidman Yee has been through it all—and has found that yoga holds the answers to life’s greatest challenges. Approachable, sympathetic, funny, and candid, Saidman Yee shares personal anecdotes along with her compassionate insights and practical instructions for applying yoga to everyday issues and anxieties. Specific yoga sequences accompany each chapter and address everything from hormonal mood swings to detoxing, depression, stress, and increased confidence and energy. Step-by-step instructions and photographs demonstrate her signature flow of poses so you can follow them effortlessly. Yoga for Life offers techniques to bring awareness to every part of your physical and spiritual being, allowing you to feel truly alive and to embody the peace of the present moment.


An Undisturbed Peace

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ISBN: 9781504018319
Release Date: 2016-02-02
Number of pages: 378
Author: Mary Glickman
Publisher: Open Road Media

Download and read online An Undisturbed Peace in PDF and EPUB Hailed as “the finest depiction of the infamous Trail of Tears,” this unflinching novel sheds light on a tragic history (Pat Conroy). As the tribes of the South make the grueling journey across the Mississippi River, a trio of disparate characters is united by a “far-reaching story of love, courage, and honor” (Booklist). Greensborough, North Carolina, 1828. Abrahan Bento Sassaporta Naggar has traveled to America from the filthy streets of East London in search of a better life. But Abe’s visions of a privileged apprenticeship in the Sassaporta Brothers’ empire are soon replaced with the grim reality of indentured servitude. Some fifty miles west, Dark Water of the Mountains, the daughter of a powerful Cherokee chief, leads a life of irreverent solitude. Twenty years ago, she renounced her family’s plans for her to marry a wealthy white man—a decision that soon proves fateful. And in Georgia, a black slave named Jacob has resigned himself to a life of loss and injustice in a Cherokee city of refuge for criminals. From the author of Marching to Zion and One More River comes a sweeping novel of American history. As their stories converge in the shameful machinations of history, three outsiders will bear witness to the horrors known as Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Act—just as they also discover the possibility for hope. See why Library Journal raves, “This absorbing and vivid portrait of 19th-century America will attract serious historical fiction fans.”