Wise Tales From the Jewish World

The Essential Collection
By Uri Kaplan

As indicated in the title, Wise Tales From the Jewish World: The Essential Collection by Uri Kaplan is a book full of wise tales. In fact, there are 55 tales in the book, and it is the second in the Wise Tales book series. Wise...

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We Are Life

By Peter Griffiths

We Are Life by Peter Griffiths is a non-fiction theology book that explores the complex ties between ourselves as humans and the entirety of life in all of its many forms on earth. Griffiths begins with a story of his relative youth with a farmer...

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What's the Point?

Finding Hope in a Crisis
By Paul Kolberg

Suffering, abuse, and natural disasters are happening frequently all around us. The question that always comes up for everyone sooner or later is various aspects of 'why?' Why did this happen? When will it end? Is life worth living? In What's the Point? Finding Hope...

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When God Calls

By Dawn Thomas

When God Calls by Dawn Thomas is a book that will help anyone who is suffering from grief or personal loss. A death in the family can have a serious impact on the lives of everyone, but the people closest to them have the hardest...

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Winds of Spirit

Ancient Wisdom Tools for Navigating Relationships, Health, and the Divine
By Renee Baribeau

I have always marvelled at the strength and grace of the wind, which can be a gentle, soothing breeze or can suddenly turn into a devastating storm. In Winds of Spirit: Ancient Wisdom Tools for Navigating Relationships, Health, and the Divine, Renee Baribeau explores the...

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Wired for God

Adventures of a Jewish Yogi
By Dani Antman

Above the entrance to the Temple of Apollo at Delphi were the words ‘Know thyself’! In her brave work, Wired for God: Adventures of a Jewish Yogi, Dani Antman takes the reader on an intimate and personal journey of illumination and self discovery. She not...

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What Would a Muslim Say?

Conversations, Questions, and Answers About Islam
By Ahmed Lotfy Rashed

What Would a Muslim Say? Conversations, Questions, and Answers about Islam by scientist and author Ahmed Lotfy Rashed is a compilation of questions and answers shared by email between visitors to the WhyIslam.org website and Rashed, who was a volunteer with the organization. Questions posed...

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Wisdom of the Ancients

Pathways of Life
By Abha Menon

Wisdom of the Ancients: Pathways of Life by Abha Menon is a non-fiction book consisting of a hundred “shlokas” or verses from Hindu philosophy. Wisdom of the Ancients is well crafted and well organized with a clean style of presentation. Abha talks about her background...

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Welcome to Confusion

A Surprising Doorway to God
By Barbara M. Russo

In Welcome to Confusion, Barbara M. Russo asks us to question what we believe, what we have been taught, for only in disorientation and questioning will we find A Surprising Doorway to God. Russo begins this succinct and well-written little book with a chapter on...

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Walking Through Your Walls

Loving Yourself and Everyone Else Vol.1, Humanity's Handbook for Living Consciously in the 21st Century
By Lynda Lamp

I have read a lot of self-help books. Too many to list here, but many of them are known to almost everyone who has sought to improve themselves or their lives. A Catholic priest once labeled me as a “seeker” and I don’t mind owning...

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