The Plum Tree

Author: Ellen Marie Wiseman
Editor: Ardent Media
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A deeply moving and masterfully written story of human resilience and enduring love, The Plum Tree follows a young German woman through the chaos of World War II and its aftermath.

The Plum Tree

Author: Mitch Miyagawa
Editor: Theatre Communications Group
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The roof of Frieda Wagner's house leaks. Ever since her husband died, she's struggled to keep her u-pick berry farm running. One morning, she finds a stranger under the old plum tree, and the roof of her world begins to collapse. For George Murakami, three years as an activist in the Japanese Canadian Redress movement have finally paid off. But what has the struggle cost him? Driven by the puckish spirit of his Uncle Mas, he's come to the berry farm in search of a connection to his past.

The Plum Tree War

Author: Bonnie Pryor
Editor: Yearling Books
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When his boisterous cousin, Harriet, arrives for a year-long visit, nine-year-old Robert feels that she and her huge dog, Monster, are invading his space. Reprint.

Under The Plum Tree

Author: Marjorie Giles
Editor: Inkwell
ISBN: 188737003X
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Earth is a place of education on physical experience. These teachings of Chung Fu offer guidelines for finding one 's own higher self.Under the Plum Tree originated from trance teachings by a Fourth Century BPE colleague of Chuang Tze at private homes internationally between 1974-1977. The sessions described the bases for present day tao disciplines such as tai chi, feng shui and martial arts. Students at the readings tended to be spiritually evolved and were experiencing their final earthly reincarnations.The spiritual self is the strongest essence within your world. Your higher self has had experience of everything upon your plane. In one way or another each of you experienced everything that you hear, touch, taste or smell before you could become your physical body. You have been sound, you have been brass and you have been tree or cat or dog. You have been buffalo or bird. Not in the immediate past one or two lifetimes but maybe 50,000 lifetimes ago. You have, within your higher self, the electro-magnetic communicating system of all living things and all energy in your plane.When you project a visual element with your higher self, it includes empathy with the birds, with the elements, with all things, because it has been all things. This is important. You are the grass. You are the tree. You are the air, the fire, the water and the earth. You, your body, is water. It is earth, it has minerals and chemicals within it.It is air, for it cannot live without breathing. It is fire, for it is warmth and without the sun it could not live.You are all things, but in the ignorance of your subconscious mind you let the water, the air, the fire and the earth rule your life. You let every situation with people, with plant and flower, organize and project your actions. You let the automobile tell you what to do, but it is an element, mineral, metal, not your higher self.Spiritual projections are not utopian ideas. They are practical tools for individual control of your life. He who projects forward and allows the spiritual self from the higher force to go into the world daily, weekly or monthly, or even to a meeting or business situation, controls his life. Only beauty will come forward, for the subconscious does not rule when a spiritual being is projected.Ah, to smell the color, to hear the plant, to feel sound, to taste music, to see sound. Each of the senses interrelates upon a scale. The ancient masters, those whom you know as myths, Odin or Isis, Vishnu or Zeus, were great masters who taught the inner way, not the outer. Your higher self holds all your answers, can solve all your problems, and can do for you whatever you wish.

The Plum Tree

Author: David Graham Phillips
Editor: Good Press
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"The Plum Tree" by David Graham Phillips. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Plum Tree

Author: Hani'a Hummingbird Hototo
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1499046529
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"The Plum Tree is a Christmas story believe it or not. I was not intending at the time to write such a tale as the Plum Tree. In fact I hadn't been thinking of writing at all. It just happened that I awoke one morning during the Christmas season with this story, complete with characters and title, in my head and the wonderful feeling of its meaning and significance in my heart. I got up straight from bed and wrote it down. At the beginning the tale asks 'What is it that makes a person good?' The answer to that is a Mystery that defies words, but the effect of a good person on the life of another can be chronicled, and that is what the Plum Tree is, a short chronicle and poignant reminder that how we live our lives, despite circumstances, and how we relate to one another can have a profound and beneficial effect. I have my short-comings and am not always a good person, yet I believe it was not an accident I was unexpectedly gifted this tale of goodness to share with others, for I believe its message does not stray from the true meaning of the gift giving season in which we celebrate the Light that was gifted to the world through Christ."