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By: Alan Steinle
This book offers reflections on A Course in Miracles in the form of essays and poems. The pieces in this book can be read as an introduction to the Course, or they can be read for their unique perspective on the Course.
These essays and poems represent the author’s understanding of A Course in Miracles. Of course, if one person completely understood and practiced what the Course teaches, the...
By: Kenneth Francis Dewey
Onyamarks was published in 1972. There are some 150 hardcover editions left. It is a testament that reflects an artist's view of America in the 1960's. It is a 71-page sketch pad, a footnote to a time of passion and rebellion, to a time that is now buried, as the lost book was buried and passed--without eulogy or recognition; a work of realization, of poetry, of art unrealized. Download now.
By: Warren Griffiths
A collection of poems from the author's early attempts at writing. They mostly depict the negative side of life. Some works depict suicide and loss. Others are more self reflective. Three poems, Waiting for Death, Father & The River are from an unfinished work titled 'The House'.
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