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7 Principles for Purposeful Living: A Handbook for Social and Economic Change By Barbara Dixon
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I love Kwanzaa and what it stands for. More than a holiday, Kwanzaa and the Nguzo Saba principles are a framework for Life! In this book, 7 Principles for Purposeful Living, the principles are... More > offered as a way to bring clarity, purpose, passion and meaning to your life. This book will change how you see yourself and how you live your life. In 1966 Dr. Maulana Karenga created Kwanzaa, the first pan-African holiday. He said his goal was to "give African Americans an alternative to the existing holiday and give African Americans an opportunity to celebrate themselves and their history, rather than simply imitate the practices of the dominant society." The rituals of the holiday promote African traditions and Nguzo Saba, the "seven principles of African Heritage".< Less
Opening to God as Source: Discovering the Key to Kingdom By Barbara Dixon
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Opening to God as Source is a book about freedom! Freedom that comes from living a Surrendered Life. You know in your mind that freedom comes from your Oneness with God, but this course is designed... More > to move your knowing from head to heart.< Less
7 Principles for Purposeful Living By Barbara Dixon
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I love Kwanzaa and what it stands for. More than a holiday, Kwanzaa and the Nguzo Saba principles are a framework for Life! In this book, 7 Principles for Purposeful Living, the principles are... More > offered as a way to bring clarity, purpose, passion and meaning to your life. This book will change how you see yourself and how you live your life. In 1966 Dr. Maulana Karenga created Kwanzaa in to be the first pan-African holiday. He said his goal was to "give African Americans an alternative to the existing holiday and give African Americans an opportunity to celebrate themselves and their history, rather than simply imitate the practices of the dominant society." The rituals of the holiday promote African traditions and Nguzo Saba, the "seven principles of African Heritage". • Umoja (unity) • Kujichagulia (self-determination) • Ujima (collective work and responsibility) • Ujamaa (cooperative economics) • Nia (purpose) • Kuumba (creativity) • Imani (faith)< Less
Who Told You? A Catalyst for New Thought By Barbara Dixon & Rev. Robert Yarbrough
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Barbara Dixon and Rev. Robert Yarbrough, two ministers, two points of view. Sometimes we would hear what people said and we would look at each other and think, “Who told you that?’ We... More > also realized that often when we talked that we came to the same conclusion even though we got there using different language. So, we thought it might be fun and informative to take 25 topics and each write one page about the topic. When we wrote this book, Rev. Bobby was in St. Petersburg, Florida and I was in Cincinnati, Ohio and we never read what the other had written. We don’t want you to believe us, we just want you to dig deeper into your own thoughts and beliefs. This book is simply a catalyst for new thought.< Less

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