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In this Light which Gives Light

In this Light which Gives Light
Author: Christopher J. Renz
Publisher: Dominican School
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2009
Genre: Dominicans
ISBN: 9781883734183

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The Entrance of Your Word Gives Light Psalm 119:130

The Entrance of Your Word Gives Light Psalm 119:130
Author: Perry James
Publisher: WestBow Press
Total Pages: 75
Release: 2010-12
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1449709974

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The issues presented here are addressed to the type of thinking that has not considered the importance of the questions they raise. The results of their reading are committed to the Spirit of God who is the guide to all truth. The Lord Jesus said "the wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from or where it goes. So is everyone that is born of the Spirit." John 3:8 In above writing it is hope that objective of its reading would be a cause of being borne by the Spirit.


The Light We Give

The Light We Give
Author: Simran Jeet Singh
Publisher: Penguin
Total Pages: 321
Release: 2022-07-19
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 0593087992

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A National Bestseller “I love this book… It is rich in wisdom, religious and personal, and it is absolutely charming.” —Anne Lamott, author of Dusk, Night, Dawn and Help, Thanks, Wow An inspiring approach to a happier, more fulfilling life through Sikh teachings on love and service. As a boy growing up in South Texas, Simran Jeet Singh and his brothers confronted racism daily: at school, in their neighborhood, playing sports, and later in college and beyond. Despite the prejudice and hate he faced, this self-described “turban-wearing, brown-skinned, beard-loving Sikh” refused to give in to negativity. Instead, Singh delved deep into the Sikh teachings that he grew up with and embraced the lessons to seek the good in every person and situation and to find positive ways to direct his energy. These Sikh tenets of love and service to others have empowered him to forge a life of connection and a commitment to justice that have made him a national figure in the areas of equity, inclusion, and social justice. The Light We Give lays out how we can learn to integrate ethical living to achieve personal happiness and a happier life. It speaks to those who are inspired to take on positive change but don’t know where to begin. To those who crave the chance to be empathetic but are afraid of looking vulnerable. To those who seek the courage to confront hatred with love and compassion. Singh reaches beyond his comfort zone to practice this deeper form of living and explores how everyone can learn the insights and skills that have kept him engaged and led him to commit to activism without becoming consumed by anger, self-pity, or burnout. Part memoir, part spiritual journey, The Light We Give is a transformative book of hope that shows how each of us can turn away from fear and uncertainty and move toward renewal and positive change.


The Edinburgh Review

The Edinburgh Review
Author:
Publisher:
Total Pages: 626
Release: 1879
Genre:
ISBN:

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Give Back the Light

Give Back the Light
Author: James C. Moore
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
Total Pages: 285
Release: 2019-01-08
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1626345635

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A Look at a Legacy Faced with potential blindness because of a recurring detached retina, James Moore makes a last attempt to save the sight in his right eye. Hoping for a miracle, he travels from Austin to Memphis to meet with eye specialist, Steve Charles, a physician whose inventions of machines, tools, and techniques have been transformative in the field of retinal surgery, and who has performed more vitreoretinal procedures than anyone in history. As he struggles to see, Moore comes to realize that while no doctor has perhaps had a broader impact on vision and ophthalmological surgery, no one outside the field really knows who Charles is or what he’s accomplished. Moore decides to change that. New York Times best-selling author of Bush’s Brain and Emmy award-winning television news correspondent James Moore documents his own journey in the struggle to save his eyesight, while also weaving in a detailed account of the doctor’s profound accomplishments and their global impact on people. Part biography, part autobiography, Give Back the Light is a dual-track narrative that highlights the challenges and achievements of modern health care. ​This is a book about a physician who has been intimately involved in saving the vision of millions of people through the spread of his technology and surgical techniques. Dr. Charles is an historical and yet mostly unknown figure who has lived a remarkable life of great importance. In the telling, Moore helps readers view the wider world and their contributions to it in different light, and offers a prosaic understanding of the sheer joy of just seeing.


St. Nicholas

St. Nicholas
Author:
Publisher:
Total Pages: 506
Release: 1882
Genre:
ISBN:

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The Tiny Light That Gave His All... to be a "Star"

The Tiny Light That Gave His All... to be a
Author: "DOC" Martenson
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Total Pages: 25
Release: 2022-01-18
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 1662445555

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The tiny light that gave his all to be a star is a story about a tiny light that was different from the others, not beautiful or accepted but was determined to overcome all obstacles, and by doing so, the tiny light shone brighter than expected.


Don't Give Up On Me: Shedding Light on Addiction with Darryl Strawberry

Don't Give Up On Me: Shedding Light on Addiction with Darryl Strawberry
Author: Shawn Powell
Publisher: HenschelHAUS Publishing
Total Pages: 300
Release: 2017-10-16
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 1595985654

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Major League Baseball All-Star Darryl Strawberry has triumphed … not only on the baseball diamond, but in life. “Don’t Give Up on Me” skillfully weaves Darryl’s story of childhood abuse, anxiety, drug and alcohol addiction, and ultimately, recovery, with easy-to-understand explanations of addiction from trained professionals. Presented through the eyes of a psychoanalyst, neuropsychiatrist, licensed clinical social worker, and addiction specialist, this book offers hope and a path to healing. By shedding the light on addiction, “Don’t Give Up on Me” speaks to all people – from those who are still trapped in the depths of addiction to those who are currently in recovery to caregivers, parents, friends, and therapists. This book also stresses the importance of good parenting–feelings of low self-esteem, low self-worth, bullying, as well as emotional and physical pain, can sow the seeds of substance abuse at an early age. Whether the addiction is to alcohol, heroin or other opiates, gambling, food, or sex, this book shares the hard truths and hopeful messages for anyone impacted by this deadly dilemma.