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The Counselor . . . as if Soul and Spirit Matter   Inspirations from Anthroposophy   by William Bento, Edmund Knighton and Roberta Nelson Edited by David Tresemer   Paperback $35.00 Published by Steiner Books, March 2015 ISBN 978-1-62148-127-0 369 pages http://www.amazon.com/Counselor-Soul-Spirit-Matter-Anthroposophy/dp/1621481271   Psychology continually awakens to new dimensions of mental health; this book explains […]

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 at 17:24 | 0 comments
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By Mark Haberstroh A Christmas Special, From Lessons Along The Way, Mark Haberstroh, 2012 Reverie There ought to be a mathematical relation between every breath we take and an increased measure of gratefulness. Perhaps it can be quantified by writing B²=2G, where G, with few exceptions, is ever greater than B. However, having made the […]

Sunday, December 7th, 2014 at 12:26 | 0 comments
Categories: Non-fiction, Religion

By Allis Radosh and Ronald Radosh Published by Harper Collins Publishers, New York, NY, 2009 Buy this Book! The authors, both associated with the City University of New York, Allis as teacher and Ronald a professor emeritus of history, have written a thorough history of the founding of the nation of Israel, from its early […]

Thursday, August 7th, 2014 at 15:24 | 0 comments

By Dr Eben Alexander, M.D. published by Simon and Schuster 2012. Buy this Book! While this book is an account of Dr Eben Alexander surviving a serious life-threatening illness, it is also a revelation of human consciousness. In the book, we find an account of a neurosurgeon’s experience of the kind of disease he himself […]

Saturday, June 7th, 2014 at 11:15 | 0 comments

By Gerald Posner A Doubleday Anchor Book, 1994, originally published by Random House in 1993 Buy this Book! Case Closed is a significant work in twentieth-century history that persuasively argues for the “case” of Lee Harvey Oswald (1939 – 1963) as “the lone assassin” of President John F. Kennedy (1917 – 1963) in Dallas, Texas, […]

Thursday, April 17th, 2014 at 14:47 | 0 comments