This book contains brief stories about famous Hindu myths, including Ganesha, Garuda, and Rama. It also includes two pertinent excerpts on advaita vedanta or non-dualist thinking from one of its earliest exponents and one from a famous modern sage, Ramana Maharshi.
Why write your own story? It's a scary thought: What if you died before you told your life's story, and your busybody sister-in-law decided to write it for you? Yes, she's diligent, but she never really liked you, and she surely doesn't know you as well as you know yourself. No one can tell your life's story as clearly or as accurately as you can! Now's the time, before it's too late.
The premise of this book is very simple. If you're breathing, if you have a pulse, if your heart's desire is to experience more of God, then you are qualified to do business with him. You don't have to be a pastor or a priest to do this. You don't have to be a man or a woman of the cloth. Trust me when I tell you that the God of Heaven and Earth is looking to commune with average, everyday citizens. It is the birthright of every person on the planet to connect with the creator in prayer.
Someone had noticed me. A secret admirer? A man with a good heart, who saw how much I actually do need help, even though I never admit it, and how much Sydney needs someone to teach her that men can be nice - that some of them stick around, no matter how hard life gets. Maybe I knew him. Maybe he's been around for a while. Maybe this is the beginning of a beautiful story - a romance full of hope and second chances and love.
Alex Hogg faces a simple choice as she reaches her 16th birthday: journey south across the country and bring back a relic from the cursed city of Glass and Bone, or spend the rest of her life in shame and poverty under the cruel hand of Spearheart, her adoptive father. The prize? She stands to inherit his entire fortune, from the fertile fields he owns to the lucrative mining and coal trade with which he controls the feudal lands around him.
Alis was a quiet librarian at the campus library of the School of Spells & Magic - that is, until the sword wielding buffoon Cahan had the audacity to battle a dragon in her library! Now she's following him off on some foolhardy adventure. As they try to save the university from the mysterious Formless, she fights an equally important battle - to maintain her self-respect!
This book will give you a list of ingredients and the steps to take to make your own loveable little monster! It will show you clear signs of success as you go along. But be very, very careful when following this recipe. After all, you are creating a real monster! Be sure to look for the hidden messages throughout the book.
A young pilot bringing an airplane from England to Mexico finds and falls in love with one of the mythical Daisy Faeries while on a trip to western Cornwall. She falls in love with him in turn. When they kiss for the first time sparks fly but he becomes a bit of a toad and she turns into a giant.
A hauntingly enchanting creature dwells in the westernmost reaches of Cornwall near Land's End. The Daisy Faerie. Long a subject of rumor and ancient legend, the tiny faerie cannot be seen by human eyes. At least adult human eyes. Of course, children know all about Daisy Faeries. But don't children know more of all the wonderful things in life than cynical old adults? The tale of Daisy Faeries began long ago and ever so far away. But it continues today and on into the future as far as the mind can see.