A book of poetry about self discovery, love, family, nature, heartbreak. All these are told in an inspirational voice. Finding peace, acceptance and forgiveness is the core theme of 'The Writer's Pen'.
Understanding how to live a life of non violence is not as simple as it seems. Seekers leading a spiritual life may wonder what ahimsa (non violence) is, and they may be inspired to practice it. In the book “Non-Violence,” Gnani Purush Dada Bhagwan offers key understanding on how to become non-violent in today’s era and live in peace.
To 'live green' is to live lightly and sustainably on the planet. Deep green living means also to be fully, deeply aware of your aliveness in every moment and know yourself as part of something greater: just one small, interconnected, interdependent cell in the body of the great living organism we call Earth. It's a lifestyle that brings a sense of permanent and eternal belonging and abiding joy.
Out of the Depths relates stories of individuals in search of something more out of life. As they travel further from home, their paths collide and they must confront the questions that have nagged them about their place in the Universe, forcing them to face the connection they share.
Residing within each one of us as our inherent divine potential is the same power to overcome the challenges of the world that Jesus drew upon. Learn how we have enrolled in earth-school to triumph over all forms of limitation in mind, body and affairs and demonstrate spiritual mastery over all material conditions.
Most of our suffering is caused by the thoughts in our heads and the concepts in this book are best understood for an advanced student of spiritual principles. These can assist in unraveling some of the mental blocks keeping us from a more lasting peace.
Any genuine man or woman of God who argues, talks and converses with demons as Mr. Temitope Joshua does during his "deliverance" sessions as shown on television is him/herself a demonic agent. Our Lord Jesus Christ told us to cast evil spirits out as He did and not by initiating conversations with demons. Demons like to talk; they also love to put up shows and Mr. T.B. Joshua relishes such talks.
Published: December 15, 2015.
Essay » Literature
This little book is a short meander through Zen thought and practice intertwined with a discussion of the novella by James Hilton about an eccentric Oxford don titled "Goodbye, Mr. Chips," interwoven with a discussion of James Hilton's short but remarkable life and the durability of the "Chips" book in its various stage and screen incarnations. Hopefully it will inspire readers to find out more.