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World Library Foundation Newsletter : Volume August 2018, Volume 2...

By: World Library Foundation Newsletter Dept.

Keeping our patrons informed with the ongoing changes, we created the World Library Foundation Newsletter. The newsletter includes news and information about our various portals and the wonderful books, articles, encyclopedias, photographs, and research documents that may be found here. For our Volume 2, 8th Issue, August 2018, we would like to share with you some stories about the books you will find on our shelves. We hope the newsletter will lead readers to discove...

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Tony on the Moon's Cartoon Series - One Million Years BC : Level 5...

By: Tony J Moon

This series is arranged in levels of reading difficulty ranging from 1 to 6. The easiest is level 1, the hardest level 6. All these books are royalty free and can be copied used printed and distributed, scrawled on walls, acted out in plays and told (very slowly) to your pet dog.

"No one ever said anything about a roof when we started this job.!"

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Rouge mémoire

By: Huguette Bertrand

Recueil de poésie comportant 51 pages.

Extrait : Entre les couleurs terre de Sienne / et noir d'encre / le jour marathonien s'essouffle / nous ravive entre deux néants / nous colle au coeur / puis disparaît / dans la bouche de la nuit / silence on tourne en rond

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Two Essays by Kleist : On the Marionette Theatre and On the Assemb...

By: Andrew Thomas Jansen, Translator; Heinrich von Kleist

In these two essays, the German playwright Heinrich von Kleist explores how humanity's mental world fits into its physical one. On the Marionette Theatre weighs the role mental awareness plays in physical actions. On the Assembly of Thoughts while Talking searches for the extent that physical stimuli determine thoughts and ideas.

We see that in matter, in the organic world, as reflection becomes darker and weaker, grace always emerges brighter and stronger. —But, like how the intersection of two lines at the same side of a point, after a passage through the infinite, suddenly appears again at the other side, or like how the image in a concave mirror stretches endlessly away until it suddenly greets us again: so it stands, when knowledge has gone through infinity, it comes to grace again; so that ...

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Service Dogs : The Rescue and Training of Heroes: The Rescue and T...

By: Tom Coleman; Julie L. Coleman

How unwanted dogs are rescued and then trained as service dogs to help people with disabilities. WINNER--2016 Midwest Book Award. All proceeds will go to the 501(c)(3) charity, Pawsitivity Service Dogs.

This book is for three kinds of people: 1. Professional dog trainers who want to train service dogs. 100% of this book will be helpful to you. 2 People who work for non-dog-related nonprofits. If you wish to learn how we started our charity, kept it running, and made it work, then over half of this book will be helpful to you. Just ignore the part about dogs! 3. People who love service dogs. This book is NOT about how to train your own service dog.

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Forgotten Love of Yesterday : The Rain of a Lonesome Heart: The Ra...

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

The book is intended for healing after facing devastating losses in life. It is also a guiding light to self-help.

The Defining Loss The loss that glistens as waters in the eyes, those which gather and fall, each one commemorating something that is lost—Hope, Faith, Joy, Beauty. Years may be gone, and you will still find yourself reaching for them, to feel them in your arms. Gone—says the World, Gone—sa...

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Forgotten Love of Yesterday : The Rain of a Lonesome Heart: The Ra...

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

It is a book in self help and healing from loss and death of the loved ones. No loss can ever truly go away from our lives, until we give words to it and create something meaningful out of that devastating loss.

The Loss that stares …. The loss that has come to engulf you, the loss that has come to absorb you, in the worst way possible. With this spreading loss in our hearts, what dies is-- what was living inside us, what was breathing in life, in hope—in the blink of an eye, all is gone. A staring emptiness that you feel in your mouth that runs you dry. And somehow, you find those welling tears in your heart to travel to your eyes, and you give out a long, aching cry. And the w...

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Transcendental Ethics: Hyperintensional Foundations of Value Theory

By: Hasen Joseph Khudairi

This book concerns the modal and hyperintensional foundations of ethics. The book provides three metaphysical frameworks in which to examine the nature of ethical value, obligation, cognition, consciousness, and divinity. The first framework is an algebraic semantics, and provides support for the claim that truths about modality are metaphysically fundamental. The second framework is a multi-dimensional hyperintensional semantics, and is shown to provide a natural settin...

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Forms of Luminosity: Epistemic Modality, Mind, and Mathematics

By: Hasen Joseph Khudairi

This book concerns the foundations of epistemic modality. I examine the nature of epistemic modality, when the modal operator is interpreted as concerning both apriority and conceivability, as well as states of knowledge and belief. The book demonstrates how phenomenal consciousness and gradational possible-worlds models in Bayesian perceptual psychology relate to epistemic modal space. The book demonstrates, then, how epistemic modality relates to the computational theo...

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Historia de Oh

By: Raúl Rodríguez Del Río

-"Fue entonces y la tierra despertó arrojando temblorosos ríos de polilla." Pero por fortuna yo ya poseía una nueva posición desde la que retratar el horror y ofrecer una salvación. -¿Cuál es el rescate frente al sufrimiento? ¿Sangre de polilla? -Pulverum est et in pulverum reverteris. -Entonces una bayeta, un plumero, una mopa, en manos de una hermosa criada.

El poeta se sienta a observar lo que otros hacen, no se siente a gusto pero tampoco ayuda a cambiar una rueda. Es mejor que encuentre un lugar en que no sean necesarias su impaciencia e indecisión para dirigirse hacia ninguna parte

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The Revolution of Everyday Life

By: Raoul Vaneigem

RaoulVaneigem TheRevolutionofEverydayLife 1963–1965 RetrievedonMay14,2009fromlibrary.nothingness.org theanarchistlibrary.org

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The Cockatiel Confessions and Other Collected Short Stories

By: Ms. Lavanya Srinivasan

The hilarious exploits of a domesticated cockatiel and an oft-forgotten yet faintly remembered celestial journey. A young woman trades away her life credits while a mother elsewhere gently chides her young son. What could possibly happen when a tribal chieftain meets a time traveler? What on earth is a wribulizer and why is the moon actually blue! How does an up-and-coming writer deal with the terror of murderous thugs ransacking her home while her scientist...

" I don’t remember when I was born or how many times I was transported before I first saw “Chirp”, my human and her mate “Chirp-chirp”. I have heard it said before by Fuff-fuff, the resident sage of my first non tree nest (a yellow-red mishmash of colours and an upturned beak) that first impressions are often the truest but I have to admit, my first peek at Chirp and Chirp-Chirp was not positive." ***********************************************************************...

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Liberation is Attained Through Total Surrender at the Feet of the ...

By: Dada Bhagwan

The Vitaraag Lords have said, “There is nothing at all that needs to be done for moksha. Just seek the One who has become free Himself; the One who has crossed the ocean of worldly life Himself, and He has the power to help countless others attain the same. Seek such a liberated Gnani Purush and follow his footsteps without any fear. If you want to attain moksha, then you will never be able to do so without the presence of a living Gnani, without having surrendered total...

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Liberation is Attained Through Total Surrender at the Feet of the ...

By: Dada Bhagwan

The Vitaraag Lords have said, “There is nothing at all that needs to be done for moksha. Just seek the One who has become free Himself; the One who has crossed the ocean of worldly life Himself, and He has the power to help countless others attain the same. Seek such a liberated Gnani Purush and follow his footsteps without any fear. If you want to attain moksha, then you will never be able to do so without the presence of a living Gnani, without having surrendered total...

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Liberation is Attained Through Total Surrender at the Feet of the ...

By: Dada Bhagwan

The Vitaraag Lords have said, “There is nothing at all that needs to be done for moksha. Just seek the One who has become free Himself; the One who has crossed the ocean of worldly life Himself, and He has the power to help countless others attain the same. Seek such a liberated Gnani Purush and follow his footsteps without any fear. If you want to attain moksha, then you will never be able to do so without the presence of a living Gnani, without having surrendered total...

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Zoë : or, The Clockwork Spheres of Paradise: Saint-Étienne

By: Sean Fraser

Saint-Étienne is the sixth of 17 chapters published in serial form wherein Zoë went in the département Loire where it was discussed the six spheres—la Terre, l’Enfer, le Purgatoire, le Paradis and les Limbes—that, if one believes la Terre is in the liminality—confluence—of Spheres, Plurality exists; and, all things during those days were done while grand clockworks were begun after Plan XVII was adopted by the French Conseil Supérieur de la Guerre.

Indigenus: France, 1913 — Autochthones and Wights - les Citoyens immortels - in the Three Kingdoms of l’Ancien Régime sought the evanescence of Past returning as Belle Époque wanes with presentiment of the events that would come as Man exults Progress.

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World Library Foundation Newsletter : July 2018, Volume 2, Issue 7

By: World Library Foundation Newsletter Dept.

Keeping our patrons informed with the ongoing changes, we created the World Library Foundation Newsletter. The newsletter includes news and information about our various portals and the wonderful books, articles, encyclopedias, photographs, and research documents that may be found here. For our Volume 2, 7th Issue, July 2018, we would like to share with you some stories about the books you will find on our shelves. We hope the newsletter will lead readers to discover ...

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Circa 1900 Cambridge King James Bible : Key Words & Phrases Accent...

By: Rex Frost, Editor

CIRCA 1900 CAMBRIDGE (C9C) KING JAMES BIBLE, ALSO KNOWN AS THE PURE CAMBRIDGE EDITION (PCE): The present Josiah ben David (JbD) offering introduces the accentuation of key words & phrases for improved navigation & periodic overview reading. The presentation is a retro 1611 concept, using modern fonts. Further, the text has been digitally compared with the circa 2013 Authorized King James Version (AKJV) maintained by BibleGateway.com. Visit RexFrost.com for a complete lis...

[TABLE OF CONTENTS:] The 66 Books of the Old & New Covenants: Showing the Basic Parallel Between the Two Covenants & Suggesting an Expositional Program that Alternates Between the Two Covenants.

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Light of Consciousness : : Revelation of divine essence

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

This book describes the revealing of our inner light, how it reveals itself as we walk through the times, the moments, the lessons, the blessings that come along our way. They add such a myriad of colors to our path, some in softness, some others in stronger shades of vibrancy. Yet they do add wholeness to our lives, in which we find our way back to the inner sanctuary and eventually glimpse the light that is burning steadily inside.

Break open the heart in the light of universal compassion and let the waters flow. Let them mingle with the vastness of the ocean laden with mercy for all that is in a longing for it. Compassion when mingles with life becomes heavenly graceful, divinely blissful. We just have to behold the beauty of that showering, the blessings of that merciful rain. Fall in love with the ultimate divine, and existence will open its doors for you, unfolding all its mysteries. That...

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Sacred Sanctuary :: A flow of spiritual ecstasy

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

Sacred sanctuary brings us closer to ourselves. Relentlessly, we are running to seek the gem of gems, the treasure of treasures, but the treasure lies so very much inside the sanctuary. Our soul is the very shrine, the shrine that we search elsewhere. In the meditative silence, do we glimpse that truth, do we taste that joy, flowing from the chalice of divine.

Let the constellation of our feelings and thoughts that surface with wonder and questions from the depths of our souls guide us to a path that awakens our ancient beliefs. Let the ears of our soul listen compassionately and with a sense of creation so as to shape and mold our beliefs into the ones which can reveal purity hued with every emotion, every aspect of our finer feelings. It can bring about a new meaning, a new vision, a new enlightened ground where all ca...

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Song of Eternity :: From time to timeless, from age to ageless...

By: Jayita Bhattacharjee

Often we regret looking back at the times, the seasons that have left us, as they brought something meaningful to our lives. While we wish we could get them back, rarely do we realize, they are never truly lost in the rolling of time. The times came with their blessings and lessons, but each was a treasure of light, released as pearls of unending wisdom, as life goes on rolling. Those blessings, and lessons are embedded in the shells, hidden in the sands of life, if only...

How did it happen that—joy and pain, their lips came together? See the way, the night makes a way for the sun to light the sky. Everything is held in that breathtaking moment, When sorrow departs, and joy arrives to kiss our souls, That is the moment, when the sadness leaves and happiness comes to rest, Such is the timing when the two meet each other, Knowing it is time to greet in the wake of a new beauty, As every cycle of life has its own phase, The moment—whe...

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"I'm Not a Racist, But..." Planning and Delivering Anti-Racist Tra...

By: Carol Young, Co-Author; Guðrún Pétursdóttir, Co-Author

This handbook is designed for trainers who design and deliver anti-racism, anti-discrimination or anti-prejudice training. Its aim is to support trainers to make their work as effective as possible, including by influencing resistant learners with approaches which have been shown to change attitudes. It has a focus on everyday racism, which provides a practical and relatable way of communicating the impacts of racism and the importance of challenging it.

Organisations have many different motivations for ensuring that their staff receive anti-racism training. Morally and ethically, it’s the right thing to do. Research has shown that workers’ experience of racism is associated with a range of health problems, both mental and physical. However, there are also business benefits. From avoiding legal risks to minimising conflict in the workplace, organisations have an expectation that training will solve any potential problem...

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Sous le Masque des Heures

By: Huguette Bertrand

Recueil de poésie, 57 pages

(extrait) Entre les pierres / la vie l’aventure / qu’une brise passagère / est venu raccorder / aux désirs répandus / sur les rêves les plus fous

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Achieving Atonement

By: Derek Philip Thomoson

At the heart of Christianity is the atonement, God at one with his creation. But how is this being achieved? Numerous theories have been proposed but none generally accepted. The historic church councils were too busy with the trinity to turn their attention to the atonement. Consequently the church is divided by different views of what happened on the cross. Critics from outside the church are quick to point out the problems, such as questionable ethics applied to God, ...

Atonement is not a course of action, but an end, the goal God is seeking to achieve. God’s ways are often said to be a mystery beyond human comprehension. I. H. Marshall (2008, p. 63) said, “It is true that the concept of God the Son suffering and dying is paradoxical and incomprehensible.” Although God’s inner nature is a mystery, his actions in creation are open to investigation. Human nature pursues understanding. Some Christians object to the questioning of their pre...

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Two Times at the Same Place : The Time that Land Forgot

By: Leslie John Allan

This story deals with the idea that time is composed of layers of probability and causality laid one upon the other, and a slight nudge between two layers of equal probability could shift a person sideways, and put them into two times at the same place.

“I need to go home , Gentlemen. I’m not from here. I’m a traveller from the future. I don’t know how I ended up here, but I know I can’t stay here.” He stopped, and continued wearily, “ I just want to go home.”

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