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LET THE AXIOM SPEAK By VICTORIA HUGGINS PEURIFOY
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Poetry. prose, and photography
LET THE AXIOM SPEAK By VICTORIA HUGGINS PEURIFOY
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This book of poetry, stories, prose, photographs and love of life and truth are expressed as the author speaks of living an inspired life, how love may not be love, and how in life...stuff happens... More > among the many headings. Laugh with her as she exposes her comedic side to how she looks at the situations that generate the poems.< Less
LET THE AXIOM SPEAK By VICTORIA HUGGINS PEURIFOY
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This book of poetry, stories, prose, photographs and love of life and truth are expressed as the author speaks of living an inspired life, how love may not be love, and how in life...stuff happens... More > among the many headings. Laugh with her as she exposes her comedic side to how she looks at the situations that generate the poems.< Less
Eureka By Edgar Allan Poe
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Excerpt: At no axioms exist; but, with a distinction which could not have been cavilled at even by Mr. Mill himself, I am ready to grant that, if an axiom there be, then the proposition of which we... More > speak has the fullest right to be considered an axiom--that no more absolute axiom is--and, consequently, that any subsequent proposition which shall conflict with this one primarily advanced, must be either a falsity in itself--that is to say no axiom--or, if admitted axiomatic, must at once neutralize both itself and its predecessor. "And now, by the logic of their own propounder, let us proceed to test any one of the axioms propounded. Let us give Mr. Mill the fairest of play. We will bring the point to no ordinary issue. We will select for investigation no common-place axiom--no axiom of what, not the less preposterously because only impliedly, he terms his secondary class--as if a positive truth by definition could be either more or less positively a truth...< Less
Polishing the Mirror: 90 Days to Vocational Clarity By Jennifer Manlowe, PhD
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This insightful journal is an invitation to cultivate clarity for “what’s next” in your life. It will help you listen to that voice within you, the voice that will nudge you along... More > toward your right work in the world, your vocation. “Polishing the Mirror” becomes code for cultivating calm, stilling your thoughts, dusting off social conditioning, and letting go of worry about the future. These helpful writing techniques and clever questions help you uncover your hidden passions, psycho-social temperament and natural talents, which, in turn, give you an increasingly sharp focus for going forward. Give it 90-days-in-a-row and judge for yourself!< Less
Polishing the Mirror: 90 Days to Vocational Clarity By Jennifer Manlowe, PhD
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This insightful journal is an invitation to cultivate clarity for “what’s next” in your life. It will help you listen to that voice within you, the voice that will nudge you along... More > toward your right work in the world, your vocation. “Polishing the Mirror” becomes code for cultivating calm, stilling your thoughts, dusting off social conditioning, and letting go of worry about the future. These helpful writing techniques and clever questions help you uncover your hidden passions, psycho-social temperament and natural talents, which, in turn, give you an increasingly sharp focus for going forward. Give it 90-days-in-a-row and judge for yourself!< Less
GRANDPA SAYS. . . By J.J. TURNER, Ph.D.
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Children are a blessing from the Lord, and grandchildren are a double-blessing. In this little book I have written 150 axioms of wisdom, at least I think they are, for my grandchildren, as well as... More > for all grandchildren. I hope grandpas, as well as grandmothers, will read these to their grandchildren, and give them a copy. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have enjoyed writing them. Those of us who are grandparents and parents ,may learn a bit from these sayings. Our grandchildren need wisdom now more than ever.Let's help them become wiser.< Less