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Hey!

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I found this book thanks to the review at https://phdessay.com/free-essays-on/entertainment/ of this educational site. The book is good, I liked it, in general, I advise you to read it. And if you are looking for something like that, then I advise you to read the article on the site, it may be useful.

Great reminder and as good as a similar book

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We need to be more connected to trees. Enjoyed this one and also If Trees Could Talk by Holly Worton because it has a workbook to learn to connect yourself

bilingual edition

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yes, the text is fully bilingual with the french original on the facing page.

michael g (staff)

translation?

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does it show the original French text?

About the French translation

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In the 80's I went to see Jacques Weiss, the French translator in Paris as I had quite a few questions about the book.  He immediately switched me to another book, 'La cosmogonie d'Urantia' his French title for the Urantia book.  Now in 2020 I understand why in a sense it answered all my questions about Spalding's book.  Still a few details might need clarification.  But in terms of deeper understanding, it fullfilled everything 100%.

Hi Roy

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Re: your review of January 17,
may I ask which chapters did you like most?

small typo

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it shoule read 'illumination'

paper 12

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Urantia book paper 15

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I recently spent time on reading paper 15 of the Urantia Book.
It is about astrophysics and the universe which is observed by the astronomers.
Its title is: "the seven superuniverses" because it is the way the inhabited creation is segmented
in the Urantia Book.  What is absolutely staggering information is the number of inhabited planets
that the book is claiming that exist in the entire creation.  
I just want to inspire readers to read this paper 15 as it addresses
general questions like the age of the universe and the speed of light
in somewhat indirect ways.  
 

Water Is...

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Water is... magic, life, motion, communication, memory, rhythm, vibration, beauty, story, prayer, wisdom and ultimately joy! Read Water is... if you are striving to make the world a better place and need to know that there are others like you that can see water for all that it is. Be fascinated! Be inspired! 

How to be sick

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I somehow heard about this book and ordered it from the library. I have been living with chronic pain off and on for a year or so. I would consider this book to be gentle in the sense that it is a combination of Toni Bernhard's story and includes Buddhist based practices that are accessible to someone like me who may be reading the book in the middle of the night because she can't sleep. 

 

Kahou's delights

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Kahou Nakabayashi's 2019 calendar is filled with delightful artwork, just as was her 2018 calendar.  Since there is no image available to entice buyers, I suggest taking a peek at her work on Facebook.  I recently ordered some original art from the 2019 calendar which she managed to ship to here in Canada.  Delightful treasures.  Poetry in Japanese and in English as a bonus on the calendar, lovely.

Loved the book

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I could hear music in my breath as I was turning each page.

Imagination - Midwife of the Soul

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Marlene Schiwy’s Gypsy Fugue is a book of levels, depths and realms portraying the inner and outer life so vividly, passionately and intimately that you will want to discover such juicy richness in your own life.

With years of scholarly and personal research, Marlene grounds the reader in the historical and current reality of the Roma with great care and respect. At the same time, she reveals the gypsy as a personal image that has been present in her life from earliest memory, and also explores the gypsy as universal archetype, weaving these multiple layers throughout. To read this memoir is to be midwifed into a new and unexpected world, possibly to be overtaken by an irrepressible curiosity and urge to unearth the personal and universal images in your own story and to partner with your imagination. This archetypal memoir is pure transmission, from soul to soul and heart to heart.

Reading Gypsy Fugue, I found myself at once earthbound and at sea, fired up with memories mostly forgotten, flying over unique and hidden lands, and transported through spheres of images, sounds and senses both known and unknown. Closing the book, breathless and having barely landed, I felt inspired and renewed, the symbolic life finally meaningful and anchored, begging for attention and form. Through this passion-textured tapestry, the portal to the imaginal opened its generous arms into mystery, grace and hope. Human and transpersonal, this immersive book will dance into your bones and sing through your heart.

 

 

Love it!!

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I truly love this deck ~ very connected ~ very powerful.
Messages are short and sweet and hit it on the head every time!

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