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A Path to Peace

Author : George J. Mitchell
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The “illuminating” (Los Angeles Times) answer to why Israel and Palestine’s attempts at negotiation have failed and a practical, “admirably measured” (The New York Times) roadmap for bringing peace to the Middle East—by an impartial American diplomat experienced in solving international conflicts. George Mitchell knows how to bring peace to troubled regions. He was the primary architect of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement for peace in Northern Ireland. But when he served as US Special Envoy for Middle East Peace from 2009 to 2011—working to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict—diplomacy did not prevail. Now, for the first time, Mitchell offers his insider account of how the Israelis and the Palestinians have progressed (and regressed) in their negotiations through the years and outlines the specific concessions each side must make to finally achieve lasting peace.

Locutions to the World 2014 Messages from Heaven about the near Future of our World

Author : Jesus Christ
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Messages from Heaven about the near Future of our World Given by our Lord Jesus Christ and our Lady Virgin Mary On December 10, 2010, Mary revealed the following message to a special soul: I will soon begin to speak to the whole world. You will receive these words as you have received all the other words. You will write the words down and record the proper dates. You will take these words to your spiritual director] for his discernment. If his heart discerns that these messages should be released to the world, they will go forth. He will correctly say that these are being given to one of his directees. The time is short and that is why I have moved you so quickly. The Advent of Christ is near. Before the Lord can come again, the world must be cleansed by fire. These Locutions guide you back to heaven. Do not delay, the time is short. Books avaiable for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

The Path to Peace

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The Path of a Peacemaker

Author : P. Brian Noble
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Conflict is inevitable, but peace, especially among Christians, is essential. When conflict turns into peace, frustration becomes clarity and turmoil becomes unity. When conflict turns into peace, God is glorified. But how do we find peace without ignoring our problems? How do we pursue unity without compromising on our principles? The Path of a Peacemaker offers a simple, proven path to a lifestyle of peace. It guides you through an examination of your own personal story, identifying the origins of your hopes and fears. It invites you to understand and embrace God's approach to conflict, take responsibility for your own part in conflict, and connect with others in a spirit of humility as you learn to listen first, ask for forgiveness, and move forward, even if the conflict remains unresolved. Pastors, counselors, and anyone who is dealing with conflict at home, work, church, or with friends will find this book a vital tool.

The Steps to War

Author : Paul D. Senese
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The question of what causes war has concerned statesmen since the time of Thucydides. The Steps to War utilizes new data on militarized interstate disputes from 1816 to 2001 to identify the factors that increase the probability that a crisis will escalate to war. In this book, Paul Senese and John Vasquez test one of the major behavioral explanations of war--the steps to war--by identifying the various factors that put two states at risk for war. Focusing on the era of classic international politics from 1816 to 1945, the Cold War, and the post-Cold War period, they look at the roles of territorial disputes, alliances, rivalry, and arms races and show how the likelihood of war increases significantly as these risk factors are combined. Senese and Vasquez argue that war is more likely in the presence of these factors because they increase threat perception and put both sides into a security dilemma. The Steps to War calls into question certain prevailing realist beliefs, like peace through strength, demonstrating how threatening to use force and engaging in power politics is more likely to lead to war than to peace.

The Renaissance New Testament

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The Congressional Globe

Author : United States. Congress
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Walking the Path of Love

Author : Anandamai Charlyn Reihman
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The Path of Love is a way of living where love is the foundation of every thought and action—a way of being taught and embodied by Swami Kripalu. In a book that is as accessible as it is inspirational, Anandamai Charlyn integrates her life stories with the teaching stories of Swami Kripalu to provide powerful insight and transformative practices for walking this path. Twelve chapters lead you through the profound teachings of the Path of Love, including lessons on truth, service, self-observation, struggle, and compassion. The book gently guides you to discover your stories and your truth and provides practical tools and exercises to integrate these practices into your life and your yoga and meditation classes. “To read Walking the Path of Love is to be swept up in a blanket of generosity and grace .... If you want to know the stories of real-life alchemy and how to tap into the best of what is possible for you, let Charlyn be your guide. The trail that she illuminates in this book leads us home to ourselves, to each other, and to the love waiting to hold us.” —Karlee Fain, Celebrity Coach, Author, & Kripalu Resident “This is a wonderful, inspirational, and practical guide for keeping the timeless teachings of Swami Kripalu alive in your life .... Love and devotion shine through this book and will awaken their power in your life.” —Kamini Desai, PhD, Executive Director, Amrit Yoga Institute “What you are holding in your hand is a journey into your heart. Walking the Path of Love is the best title as that is exactly what you will do when reading this book.” —Erin Casperson, Dean, Kripalu School of Ayurveda “A guidebook for the soul. Anandamai Charlyn Reihman has crafted an essential, practical, and loving companion for anyone ready (or not) to have their life changed forever by yoga and the inspiring teachings of Swami Kripalu.” —Jurian Hughes, Senior Faculty Member, Kripalu School of Yoga

Martin Buber and Eastern Wisdom Teachings

Author : Hune Margulies
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This book is an in-depth conversation between philosophies of Dialogue, particularly as espoused by Martin Buber, and teachings from the wisdom traditions of the East, particularly Zen Buddhism and its Pure Land School. It argues that God is the between of I and Thou. Writings from Sufism, Hasidism, Hinduism and other spiritual traditions are excerpted as well, as they all draw their teachings from similar primordial moments of deep poetic insight. Dialogical philosophy articulates the principle of relationship, which is discussed throughout the book in its various contexts and different modalities.

The Path to Peace

Author : Vincent C. Donovan
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