Accidental Truth

Accidental Truth

This is Aurora's last life, and it needs to count. Her mission, tied to the brilliant scientist Nikola Tesla, is to awaken humanity to a New Earth free from corruption and control.

Author: Nikool McIndoe

Publisher: Sacred Stories Publishing

ISBN: 1945026685

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Page: 432

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What if you discovered the clues to your past could save your future? Aurora Knightley thought she had it all, with a burgeoning art career and the ideal fiancé. Until a fateful night sent it all crashing down. Aurora is a woman with a past-many pasts, in fact. But in all of her past lives she has been killed because of a truth buried deep within her. After a horrific car accident leaves her with a traumatic brain injury, she encounters a swirling rainbow vortex-a wormhole-bringing her face to face with her past lives, and a chance to follow their clues to save the world from imminent darkness. This is Aurora's last life, and it needs to count. Her mission, tied to the brilliant scientist Nikola Tesla, is to awaken humanity to a New Earth free from corruption and control. The knowledge locked inside her holds the keys to creating a free and fair utopian society, making her a prime target of the CIA. With fate driving her, she delves back in time through the vortex over thousands of years, piecing together exhilarating and sometimes frightening clues. Along the way she meets an elderly soothsayer, travels to the forgotten sunken city of Atlantis, makes a crucial discovery at the pyramids in Egypt, and shares experiences with extra-terrestrials from higher dimensions. Who really is Aurora Knightley? Enter the vortex and experience a mind-blowing ride to find the truth. A thrilling time-travel adventure perfect for fans of Kate Atkinson, Catherine Taylor, Kevin Kuhn, and Rysa Walker.
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The Accidental Truth

The Accidental Truth

Accidental. Truth. “Facing the truth can be painful—but Lauri Taylor's story proves that not knowing is often worse. This is a moving, deeply felt tale.

Author: Lauri Taylor

Publisher: SelectBooks, Inc.

ISBN: 9781590792742

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

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Lauri Taylor was just your average suburban PTA mom and marketing exec. Then tragedy struck. When her mother is found dead in Mexico, Lauri finds herself embarking on a journey to uncover the identity of her mother’s murderer—but what she finds isn’t what she was expecting. With the help of famed FBI profiler Candice DeLong, Lauri works to unearth the secrets buried in her mother’s death. Key evidence comes to light—and a shocking revelation unfolds. Lauri Taylor’s memoir The Accidental Truth: What My Mother’s Murder Investigation Taught Me About Life is a profound narrative of true crime, family bonds, and the grief of sudden death. Achingly intimate, The Accidental Truth chronicles Lauri’s personal journey as she empowers herself with truth, finds the courage and compassion to forgive herself and her mother, and eventually learns to let go.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Accidental Creative

The Accidental Creative

I give quite a bit of latitude to certain people in my life to speak truth to me. Sometimes it stings, but the temporary sting of unwanted truth is much ...

Author: Todd Henry

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101516973

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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Have better ideas, faster, without the stress and burnout. It isn't enough to just do your job anymore. In order to thrive in today's marketplace, all of us-even the accountants-have to be ready to generate brilliant ideas on demand. Business creativity expert Todd Henry explains how to establish effective practices that unleash your creative potential. Born out of his consultancy and his popular podcast, Henry has created a practical method for discovering your personal creative rhythm. He focuses on five key elements: •Focus: Begin with your end goal in mind. •Relationships: Build stimulating relationships and ideas will follow. •Energy: Manage it as your most valuable resource. • Stimuli: Structure the right "inputs" to maximize creative output. •Hours: Focus on effectiveness, not efficiency. This is a guide for staying inspired and experiencing greater creative productivity than you ever imagined possible.
Categories: Business & Economics

Essays in scientific philosophy

Essays in scientific philosophy

mate truth , and such conviction provides a powerful motivation , but the lesson of
history indicates how improbable this is . One can only hope to ... Accidental truth
is better than accidental error , but it falls short of knowledge . For knowledge ...

Author: Paul Weingartner

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105040896255

Category: Knowledge, Theory of

Page: 470

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Categories: Knowledge, Theory of

An Accidental Guru

An Accidental Guru

We never want to when we live with our truth because we accept everyone as they are. They are living in their world, having their experience.

Author: Jake Tyson

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781504315111

Category: Self-Help

Page: 158

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Jake Tyson was on top of a cliff ready to do the unthinkable when it happened. All at once, he was talking to someone—or something—that was talking him off the cliff and back to life. That night, he went from wanting to jump off a cliff to wanting and understanding life. The experience he had, and continues to have, has altered the way he thinks, lives life, and looks at the world. After the experience, he made a deal with the universe to share what he was given with anyone who wanted to know. What he was shown has the potential to change your life in a profound way. In this account, he shares how he overcame a horrific motorbike accident at age twenty-one, how thought energy transformed his life, how he changed his thoughts, how he learned from his mistakes, and more. Join an accidental guru on a practical, funny, and honest trip that reveals how to find happiness and live the life you want to live.
Categories: Self-Help

The Ultimate Accidental Housewife

The Ultimate Accidental Housewife

And that, my accidental house wifely environmentalist, is a convenient truth! The Bathroom There are lots of simple things you can do in this toxic though ...

Author: Julie Edelman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781401395797

Category: House & Home

Page: 304

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Bestselling author Julie Edelman returns with an essential guide about how to get your house clean -- or, even better, just clean enough! Accessible, easy to read, and entertaining, The Ultimate Accidental Housewife(tm) gives you fun, simple solutions to all kinds of common household problems, from scrubbing the stove to spotting those stubborn laundry stains. With plenty of useful tips and tricks for cleaning your house just enough, this accidentally domestic diva offers practical advice you'll use every day -- without ever spoiling your manicure. Find out how to: Limit your daily workload with defensive cleaning and organizingHandle "toxic zones" like the bathroom and kitchen"Fix" problems until the repairman comesRemove aggressive stains This must-have little volume splits housekeeping into two categories: Toxic Zones include the bathrooms and kitchen, since they have the greatest chance of housing living organisms that multiply or smell. Not So Toxic Zones include the bedrooms, living room, and family rooms, where dust bunnies are your biggest foe. In addition, helpful sections like I Never Knew You Could Do That! include myriad uses for ordinary household products, and The United Stains Across America, an Accidental favorite, is the most patriotic stain guide you'll ever see. With Julie's trademark inventiveness and good humor, The Ultimate Accidental Housewife is a sanity-saver for overextended women everywhere.
Categories: House & Home

The Accidental Immigrant

The Accidental Immigrant

Truth. About. Lies. Many years ago, I had the urge to go into politics. My father persuaded me not to do it. 'You're such a rotten liar," he said.

Author: David Bouchier

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 059532312X

Category: Humor

Page: 340

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Transatlantic humorist David Bouchier brings wit, wisdom and a touch of philosophy to the everyday dramas of American suburban life. This book brings together more than a hundred essays, originally broadcast on National Public Radio, or published in his Out of Order column in the Sunday New York Times. When work and marriage brought David Bouchier to Long Island in 1986 the endless suburbs seemed mysterious and exotic to him. He was inspired to begin writing essays and newspaper columns about his life there - a personal and public diary of the Resident Alien experience. In 1992 a weekly public radio essay was added to the newspaper columns, and thousands of listeners still enjoy David's weekly radio broadcasts. These are the affectionate and sometimes acerbic observations of an Accidental Immigrant, who still finds life in America endlessly stimulating and wonderfully strange. David Bouchier's thoughts about love, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in the suburbs will make you smile, and make you think. Boring suburban rituals like lawn care mall shopping, wedding rehearsals, and barbecues will never seem the same again.
Categories: Humor

The Atlas of Reality

The Atlas of Reality

Hence, the mere existence of the nexus is sufficient to ground the truth of ... the truth that Pinstantiates U. However, if it is only an accidental truth ...

Author: Robert C. Koons

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119116097

Category: Philosophy

Page: 699

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The Atlas of Reality: A Comprehensive Guide to Metaphysics presents an extensive examination of the key topics, concepts, and guiding principles of metaphysics. Represents the most comprehensive guide to metaphysics available today Offers authoritative coverage of the full range of topics that comprise the field of metaphysics in an accessible manner while considering competing views Explores key concepts such as space, time, powers, universals, and composition with clarity and depth Articulates coherent packages of metaphysical theses that include neo-Aristotelian, Quinean, Armstrongian, and neo-Humean Carefully tracks the use of common assumptions and methodological principles in metaphysics
Categories: Philosophy

An Accidental Statistician

An Accidental Statistician

I said, and it sounds pretentious now as I repeat it, ''There is a kind of truth in good design.'' And that was it. I'd given the password.

Author: George E. P. Box

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118400883

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

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Celebrating the life of an admired pioneer in statistics In this captivating and inspiring memoir, world-renowned statistician George E. P. Box offers a firsthand account of his life and statistical work. Writing in an engaging, charming style, Dr. Box reveals the unlikely events that led him to a career in statistics, beginning with his job as a chemist conducting experiments for the British army during World War II. At this turning point in his life and career, Dr. Box taught himself the statistical methods necessary to analyze his own findings when there were no statisticians available to check his work. Throughout his autobiography, Dr. Box expertly weaves a personal and professional narrative to illustrate the effects his work had on his life and vice-versa. Interwoven between his research with time series analysis, experimental design, and the quality movement, Dr. Box recounts coming to the United States, his family life, and stories of the people who mean the most to him. This fascinating account balances the influence of both personal and professional relationships to demonstrate the extraordinary life of one of the greatest and most influential statisticians of our time. An Accidental Statistician also features: • Two forewords written by Dr. Box’s former colleagues and closest confidants • Personal insights from more than a dozen statisticians on how Dr. Box has influenced and continues to touch their careers and lives • Numerous, previously unpublished photos from the author’s personal collection An Accidental Statistician is a compelling read for statisticians in education or industry, mathematicians, engineers, and anyone interested in the life story of an influential intellectual who altered the world of modern statistics.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Accidental Siren

The Accidental Siren

My parents, I hoped, were in their bed, unaware of the faction of kids preparing for a game of Truth or Dare in the castle walls.

Author: Jake Vander Ark

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781105838897

Category: Fiction

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James had his summer all planned out. He would enjoy the carefree days in the woods behind his castle home, avoid the maniacal Danny Bompensaro (and the worm-like scar on the back of his head), and shoot an epic movie with his best friend Whit. But when he meets a mysterious girl trapped by her aunt in a normal suburban home, his summer collapses into a beautiful nightmare that he'll never forget. The Accidental Siren is a twisted fairytale about young love, growing up, and the frightening potential of infinite beauty.
Categories: Fiction

Emily Dickinson Accidental Buddhist

Emily Dickinson  Accidental Buddhist

Always say the truth. It's just natural. Everyone needs Buddha mind. Tsung Tsai, Buddhist monk. (Tricycle, Spring, 2000, 98) ...

Author: Rc Allen

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781425103989

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 271

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Emily Dickinson, at an early age, became enlightened. Ego-transcendence awakened her to the Higher Self, unleashing a torrent of creative energy that sustained her for 35 years, producing hundreds of poems dealing with the phenomena of cosmic awareness. This also made her a heretic, for she (like the Buddhists) recognizes no creator god, much less a deathless ego-self in the form of a soul; hence the secrecy of her poetic enterprise. Over the years she made booklets of her poems and stashed them away, to be discovered posthumously. Dickinson's worldview was first described by the Buddha, and has been examined at length in countless Buddhist commentaries, which makes the dharma accessible to rational understanding. This provides the cognitive framework of Emily Dickinson: Accidental Buddhist. It consists of lucid close readings demystifying man of Dickinson's most "enigmatic" poems. The author, RC Allen, is a retired humanities professor, and a veteran student of the Spanish transcendentalist poets. His experience and familiarity with archetypal discourse are now devoted to the Dickinson oeuvre. His previous book, Solitary Prowess: The Transcendentalist Poetry of Emily Dickinson (Saru Press International), appeared in 2005.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Accidental Assassin

Accidental Assassin

though you know what you did, it operates against you somehow, brainwashes you, that you are weak in what you want to tell the truth about and what you want ...

Author: Maurice Carroll

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781479763184

Category: Fiction

Page: 112

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Rumors of a conspiracy started as soon as Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John F. Kennedy and were re-doubled when Jack Ruby murdered Oswald in the heavily guarded basement of Dallas police headquarters. This is a story by a reporter who was in that headquarters basement and then worked on Ruby's murder trial and the investigation by the Warren Commission.
Categories: Fiction

Accidental Saints

Accidental Saints

truth. It's a common thing people do. We make lame excuses to get out of commitments, or we blame other people for the fact that we can't show up.

Author: Nadia Bolz-Weber

Publisher: Canterbury Press

ISBN: 9781848258235

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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What if the annoying person you try to avoid is actually seconds away from becoming an accidental saint in your life? What if, even in our persistent failings, holy moments are waiting to happen? In Accidental Saints, Nadia Bolz-Weber takes us inside the House for All Sinners and Saints, her congregation in Denver. Tattooed, angry, profane - an altogether unlikely cleric - this former standup comic stubbornly, sometimes hilariously, resists the God she feels called to serve. Yet in her doubts and disasters she keeps "stumbling into holy moments” that break through her resistance; holy moments that are also waiting for each of us. In a time where many have become disillusioned with Christianity, Accidental Saints demonstrates what happens when ordinary people meet to share bread and wine, struggle with scripture, and tell the truth about their real lives. Their faltering steps towards wholeness will ring true for believer and sceptic alike.
Categories: Religion

The Message of the Accidental Mystic

The Message of the Accidental Mystic

But I noticed that I could not speak the truth. It was as though there was a ... If I did not tell the truth, on the smallest matter, I would go back.

Author: Imma Andkaer

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781491713242

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 210

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A long time ago, back in the 1960s, a close friend asked me to go along with him to a book signing in Sausalito, California. I was introduced to the author. He was a recognizable and quite famous old man. As a portrait artist, I looked closely at the bright blue eyes of a once-handsome man. He said, "Will you come and visit me in San Francisco sometime?" "Yes, I will," I replied and didn't think much about it. But within a few weeks my friend was asked by the old author to visit, and I was asked to go along. We arrived that morning to a sunny, tiny apartment. We greeted the old man, and he ushered us in. His apartment walls were covered with newspaper clippings, neatly framed. There was not a bare spot among all the signed photos of famous movie stars of days gone by. Evidently he had been very well known in the movie world too. He sat us down for a cup of tea. Then he turned to me and said, "Can I tell you things of your life? Experiences you've had and didn't have and your destiny. I will record it and put it on reel to reel for you." "Of course," I said, as I was very curious of what he might know about me. And so he talked about me and was very accurate. Then he took my hand and moved closer to me, close to my face. He said, "You have something to tell the world, the entire world. I don't know what it is, but it is the entire world." But all was forgotten for more than fifty years. A few weeks ago, Michael and I were talking about the old man. What if this was all destined--Michael's gift of seeing in the spirit as Kirilian afterimage? My search for healing and search for God? Were we destined to be together? So we decided to ask! "Was the old man right? Was I destined to write this book and tell what has been revealed?" Michael touched my head and the touch revealed, YES. I asked out loud, "Who is the book for?" The touch revealed, THOSE WHO SEEK AND LOVE GOD, THE LOST WHO NEED HELP. "Is Michael a prophet?" we asked. NO. "What is Michael? What is this ability he has?" we asked. The touch revealed, UNIQUE. And so each day, as I study scripture, I ask the questions, some about the future. There are some unanswered questions. The Lord Jesus gave these statements without my questioning: HEALING OF THE WOUNDED SPIRIT. SEVERE NUCLEAR ACCIDENT INDIA. LEARN SEED PROPAGATION. PREPARE. MY RETURN. REJOICE. The material from the touch is growing into the next book. The next book will probably be easier to write.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Accidental Pope

The Accidental Pope

... all those years ago, suddenly as bright as new, tightly in his right hand and mustered all the sincerity, emotion, and inner truth he could command.

Author: Ray Flynn

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 9781250090287

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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The former US Ambassador to the Vatican and the bestselling author of The French Connection join forces to write an unforgettable, compelling novel about a humble fisherman who is elected as the next Pope. Locked in a stalemate after days of voting, the College of Cardinals struggles through the arduous process of electing a new pope after the death of Pope John Paul II. In an effort to break the impasse at the conclave, Brian Comiskey, Cardinal Primate of All Ireland, in a stunning surprise development, withdraws from the race. Explaining his decision, he offers an anecdote about being among a boat load of clerics who were caught in an unexpected storm, then miraculously rescued by his friend Bill Kelly, a former priest and now a Cape Cod fisherman. The next day at the Sistine Chapel, still undecided about who they should vote for, the Cardinals smile to themselves as they cast what they think are throw-away symbolic votes for Bill Kelly--but no one is laughing when he is elected Pope. Meanwhile, in Massachusetts, Bill Kelly is on his boat at sea when he has a very clear and disturbing revelation: God is once again calling him to serve his Church. Thus begins the reign of the first American Pope. Written with the style of bestselling novelist Robin Moore and the political brilliance and authority of former U. S. Ambassador Raymond Flynn, The Accidental Pope is not a religious book about politics, nor a political book about religion, but a story that gives insight into the Vatican and the role of the Holy See in world events. The Accidental Pope is a globetrotting tale full of suspense, drama, and humor.
Categories: Fiction

An Accidental Athlete

An Accidental Athlete

There's a lot of truth in that. I tried therapy but found that the answers I was searching for were easier to find on a run. As I continued to run, ...

Author: John "The Penguin" Bingham

Publisher: VeloPress

ISBN: 9781937716004

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 216

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Known by fans as "The Penguin" for his back-of-the-pack speed, John Bingham is the unlikely hero of the modern running boom. In his new book, the best-selling author and magazine columnist recalls his childhood dreams of athletic glory, sedentary years of unhealthy excess, and a life-changing transformation from couch potato to "adult-onset athlete." Overweight, uninspired, and saddled with a pack-and-a-half-a-day smoking habit, Bingham found himself firmly wedged into a middle-age slump. Then two frightening trips to the emergency room and a conversation with a happy piano tuner led him to discover running--and changed his life for the better. Inspiring, poignant, hilarious, and heartbreaking, An Accidental Athlete is a warm and engaging book for the everyday athlete. Bingham tells stories of the joys of running--the pride of the finisher's medal, a bureau-busting t-shirt collection, intense back-of-the-pack strategizing. An Accidental Athlete is about one man's discovery that middle age was not the finish line after all, but only the beginning.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

On the Truth of the Catholic Faith

On the Truth of the Catholic Faith

good has a cause , other than the first good in which there is no evil , as has been
shown in Book One.3 Therefore , every evil has a cause , in regard to which it is
an accidental result . Chapter 14 THAT EVIL IS AN ACCIDENTAL CAUSE [ 1 ] It ...

Author: Saint Thomas (Aquinas)

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Hanover House [1955-57]

ISBN: UOM:39015011320788

Category: Apologetics

Page: 304

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Categories: Apologetics

Accidental Migrations

Accidental Migrations

... questions whether " following " a " rule of truth " ( veritatui conservet reaulam ) ( Jordanes 1915 , IV.29 ) that binds truth ( as did the Ionian ...

Author: Edward H. Jacobs

Publisher: Bucknell University Press

ISBN: 0838754295

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 295

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Rethinking and adapting the theoretical framework and critical methods of Michael Foucault's archaeology of knowledge and arguments about power relations, Edward Jacobs's Accidental Migrations offers a new consideration of the nature of the Gothic.".
Categories: Literary Criticism

Report

Report

One of the most satisfying experiences of the intellectual and moral life is the
discovery of the importance of great and simple principles , and the comparative
unimportance of accidental truth . Every branch of human knowledge seems to ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015012888825

Category: Indians of North America

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Categories: Indians of North America

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting

One of the most satisfying experiences of the intellectual and moral life is the
discovery of the importance of great and simple principles , and the comparative
unimportance of accidental truth . Every branch of human knowledge seems to ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3728477

Category: Indians of North America

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Categories: Indians of North America