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Author by : Karen Connelly Languange Used : en Release Date : 1992 Publisher by : Seal Press (CA) ISBN : 158005062X File Size : 53,7 Mb Total Download : 658
A Canadian poet describes her year-long sojourn in Denchai, a small farming community in northern Thailand, describing the jungles, the hedonistic high-life of Bangkok, the influence of Buddhism, and more. Original.
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Your dreams hold the key to a better, fuller life. There is a reason we dream at night. It's not random nonsense. When we are dreaming, we are thinking on a much deeper, more insightful level than when we're awake. When we're dreaming, we're actually problem solving...it's just in a different language. Our minds are speaking to us in codes: warning, helping, and guiding us through our constantly evolving situations in life. The mind, through dreams, is trying to alert us to problems it wants fixed. The truth is, our best thinking isn't done in the shower, it's done while we dream. In fact, whe
Author by : Julia Scheeres Languange Used : en Release Date : 2011-10-11 Publisher by : Simon and Schuster ISBN : 9781451628968 File Size : 50,5 Mb Total Download : 752
In 1954, a pastor named Jim Jones opened a church in Indianapolis called Peoples Temple Full Gospel Church. He was a charismatic preacher with idealistic beliefs, and he quickly filled his pews with an audience eager to hear his sermons on social justice. As Jones’s behavior became erratic and his message more ominous, his followers leaned on each other to recapture the sense of equality that had drawn them to his church. But even as the congregation thrived, Jones made it increasingly difficult for members to leave. By the time Jones moved his congregation to a remote jungle in Guyana and t