If You Could See What I See

The Tenets of Novus Spiritus

Author: Sylvia Browne

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1458724700

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Page: 316

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This enlightening work by renowned psychic Sylvia Browne contains the Gnostic tenets of her church, the Society of Novus Spiritus, and is a map of our charts - regardless of what spiritual path we follow. It has taken many years of research to put together these seemingly simple tenets, but as we go deeper, we can see that this book carries within it the very heart of humankinds search for our own spirituality. Sylvia has also included many details from her own personal journey, which she feels is comparable to the quest that each of us follows to find our own God-center. As we travel on this road, we can realize that long-forgotten yet inherent goal of viewing our life on Earth as our path to God. This is a valuable book that provides long-awaited answers to some of humankinds most persistent questions . . . done in the way only Sylvia can.
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See What I See

Author: Craig E. Whitsey

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 1634173902

Category: Self-Help

Page: 72

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Being blessed to have traveled extensively around the world, I have had the pleasure to truly see the differences and the similarities of all humans upon this earth. It is not an easy thing to see people suffering in their lives and not be moved to some kind of action or at the least speak openly about it. Bringing attention to things that can be changed, that often is ignored, because no one wants to be responsible for speaking out against wrong. Seeing that if a situation isn't directly affecting a person, then it seems to not be important to help change it. I am compelled to often write about the common things in life that effects every human, yet for some reason or another, no one wants to address. Life is about growth, not living in denial about what can be made right. Everyone in this life deserves a chance to have joy, peace and happiness, without others pressing their ways upon them. I believe that, we are our worst enemies and until we come to the realization that most of our suffering in life comes from ourselves, and we have the power within ourselves to change that. Then and only then will this world be the place it was intended to be. I encourage all who read this book, to be encouraged, and know that there is nothing in this world you can't overcome. Just believe in yourself, and never give up.
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What I See

Author: Holly Keller

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780152048143

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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Illustrations and simple rhyming text describe what a child sees around the house and garden.
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See What I See

Author: Sharon M. Maben

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 144154951X

Category: Poetry

Page: 62

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Poetry has been used as means of expression. Embedded are hidden or even straight-forward messages held deep within one's mind, heart, and soul. "See What I See" is a collection of artistry made to expose people to small glimpses of one's journey. Many of these poems and short stories will leave you happy, sad, angry, united or rather speechless. Some poems will even leave you feeling at peace. This written collection will have you pondering thoughts and appreciating the smaller things in life.
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What I See

A New Prescription for Thought

Author: Don Smith

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 1608600165

Category: Self-Help

Page: 108

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What I See: A New Prescription for Thought is a series of thought-provoking essays on critical issues facing America with a special focus on black America. Using penetrating logic and detailed analysis, author Don Smith hit on such issues as Hip-Hop, reparations, the value of black women, critical thinking, and many others. Written with the intellect of WEB DuBois, the love of MLK Jr., and the intensity of Malcolm X, What I See: A New Prescription for Thought should be read by young and old, black and white, and all those serious about engaging in critical thinking to bring about change. Dr. William Clifton, a Social Justice Educator for University of Wisconsin-Madison says, Mr. Smith has written a very powerful and personal series of essays premised upon the need for Critical Consciousness within and specifically for the African-American community. Embodying what he espouses, Mr. Smith provides a rich array of ideas for readers interested in a deeper, more personal understanding of the historical and on going impact of White Privilege on Race and Gender and Education in the United States.
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What I See

Author: Renne Brown

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479711438

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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View the world from the perspective of two brothers, Joshua age 7 and Sammy age 5, as they use their imaginations to take a fabulous journey through the clouds and their own neighborhood. Boys will be boys, and Josh and Sammy reveal that planes can be birds and houses can be teeth? Explore the wonder of the world around you through a child's eyes.
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Can You See What I See?

Animals

Author: Walter Wick

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0439862272

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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An easy reader with picture clue riddles and search-and-find challenges in which the reader is asked to find various animals in the photographs.
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See What I See

Author: Susie McCray

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1434372006

Category: Poetry

Page: 60

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Quite literally when I arrived at the rooms of recovery I had a little tote bag and hardly nothing in it. Though, that is what it took for me to become willing. The difference between when I was made to go into recovery and when I wanted to go were like night and day. When I went in for all the wrong reasons it was just a show. When I actually dragged myself in the door genuinely, it was totally different. As, I was willing to do anything to be sober as I was working on dying. However, after all the bottoms I had and the bottom fell out, I found out there was an alternative.
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