Books tagged: social order

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Invisible Hands - A Novel
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 49,390. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
"Invisible Hands" is a contemporary history cloaked in a story about music which culminates in the performance of a "Requiem" and an "Oratorio". The theme, subtly present throughout, is "death and rebirth" as it applies to all organic life including cultures and man-made institutions; spring follows winter. It is both a simple narrative and a complex allegorical novel.
How to Build Wise Hierarchies
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 5,450. Language: English. Published: March 14, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / Success
Most of society's institutions such as medicine, school, academia, athletics, and the legal system violate God's laws. Given this, we can easily feel depressed, but we have hope. If we resist these institutions and build better institutions in their place, we can create a world that rocks.
Teach the Children Well - Our spiritual investment
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 70,900. Language: English. Published: January 24, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Teaching, Nonfiction » Parenting » Childhood development
Are you interested in children? Are you interested in humanity's future and the role education can play? True education has a critical mission to play on the planet. This book illustrates some the potential pitfalls of state and religious education systems, and offers ideas to support the liberation of the individual human spirit. Parents, teachers + politicians should read this insightful book.
Dans l'asile de nuit, suivi de 'Lettres de ma prison'
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 22,210. Language: French. Published: December 9, 2010 by Editions de L'Herne. Categories: Essay » Political, Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Social services
Rosa Luxemburg répugnait à la tiédeur. S'emparant d'un fait divers (l'empoisonnement mortel d'une centaine de miséreux par de la nourriture avariée), elle dénonce la logique d'un système qui assure dans le même temps la prospérité indécente d'une poignée de privilégiés et jette dans la misère noire une frange croissante du peuple. Un texte d'une actualité brûlante.