The Art Of Spiritual Writing

Author: Vinita Hampton Wright
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ISBN: 9780829439083
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The Art of Spiritual Writing seeks to instruct writers on how to hone the art and craft of spiritual writing in order to connect with readers. Although written by Vinita Hampton Wright, a successful author and editor of spirituality books, this is not another book about how to get published. Spiritual writers will learn how to uncover the truth of what they have to say. As they grow in their writing ability, their own spirituality will also grow.

Pathways Through Spirituality

Author: Jean Bakula
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465335978
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Life can become complicated at times, necessitating a diversion from our difficulties. Jean Bakula found hers when she mastered the reading of Tarot cards. The Rider-Waite Tarot is fascinating because there is a card which illustrates each kind of circumstance found during life. The Major Arcana cards represent serious issues: family relationships, education, religion, love, strength, fear, addictions, sex, death, balance, health, personal growth, and redemption. The Minor Arcana cards depict everyday dealings: home life, work, money, hobbies, comfort issues, and the people we frequently encounter. Pathways Through Spirituality describes what Jean Bakula sees in the cards and paints vivid word pictures. The poetry for each card can be used to learn to read the Tarot, but each piece stands on its own as well. These pieces can assist readers in meditation on confusing experiences and decisions they face. Some believe the Tarot is only a fortune telling device, but it urges introspection and promotes honest reflections on our actions. This book can help readers view their problems and strengths more clearly, and help them uncover their deeper motivations and potentials. The answers to your questions are already there. All you need to do is trust your own intuition!

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American Masonick Record And Albany Literary Journal

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Reflections On Sentiment

Author: Alessa Johns
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 161149589X
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As scholarly interest has turned to emotion and affect, Reflections on Sentiment offers examples of Enlightenment feeling both challenging and promoting the period’s touted reason and realism. Essays explore the complex relation of thought and sentiment in discourses from moral treatises and religious debates to interrogations of gender and family relations, from fictional tests of boundaries between human and non-human species to innovations in the forms of poetry, the novel, and the literary marketplace itself.