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Porfiri Ivanov, Russia's Naturalist Healer By Daniel H. Shubin
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Porfiri Korneevich Ivanov was an original thinker and unique healer, researcher and practitioner who was able to unite body and cognizance with Nature. He felt that a person should not be dependent... More > on medicines to heal his body of various illnesses and maladies. In place of medicines Porfiri proposed to people that they take responsibility for their own illnesses, utilizing air and body and ground to achieve this. Porfiri Ivanov had a unique and almost miraculous ability to heal people of various illnesses, and the stamina to endure the worst of exposure to the elements, including extreme cold. By becoming one with Nature a person could also become one with God. Daniel H. Shubin has written several books on Russian history, biography and philosophy.< Less
A Meditation Journal for African Americans By Lama Choyin Rangdrol
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This journal, with meditations by Lama Rangdrol lightly inscribed on every other blank page, provides a space to explore the unique issues faced by African American practitioners of dharma in the... More > West. The liberative meditations excavate the cause of suffering, and provide a healing message of transcendent joy. Create your own private retreat in your mind, guided by the insights of a practitioner who transformed the maladies of his youth into an inspirational life of peace as a Buddhist lama. Recommended for: African American Retreatants, African American Studies, Buddhist Studies/Diversity, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Buddhist Bookstores, American Buddhist Organizational, Business, and Development Management.< Less
A Meditation Journal for African Americans By Lama Choyin Rangdrol
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This journal, with meditations by Lama Rangdrol lightly inscribed on every other blank page, provides a space to explore the unique issues faced by African American practitioners of dharma in the... More > West. The liberative meditations excavate the cause of suffering, and provide a healing message of transcendent joy. Create your own private retreat in your mind, guided by the insights of a practitioner who transformed the maladies of his youth into an inspirational life of peace as a Buddhist lama. Recommended for: African American Retreatants, African American Studies, Buddhist Studies/Diversity, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Buddhist Bookstores, American Buddhist Organizational, Business, and Development Management.< Less
Diseases of the Eye: History of Ophthalmic Medicine – Treatments and Diagnoses Described by a Surgeon and Professor of Ophthalmology in the 19th Century (Hardcover) By Nathaniel L. MacBride
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Ophthalmologist Nathaniel L. MacBride discusses the various maladies of the eye – first published in 1897, this book offers insight into the history of ophthalmology and eye... More > medicine. Beginning with an anatomical discussion of the cornea, iris and conjunctiva, the author goes on to discuss the various ailments afflicting the eye, such as glaucoma and conjunctivitis. The second part of the book details the physics of eyesight, and how one can discern disturbances to the eye’s function, such as the appearance of cataracts. As this book dates to the late 19th century, the treatments described have long been obsoleted. The application of cocaine solution upon the eye for instance has no place in modern ophthalmology. The surgical techniques of the time were conducted manually and with metallic instruments; such methods are outdated in the modern day.< Less
Diseases of the Eye: History of Ophthalmic Medicine – Treatments and Diagnoses Described by a Surgeon and Professor of Ophthalmology in the 19th Century By Nathaniel L. MacBride
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Ophthalmologist Nathaniel L. MacBride discusses the various maladies of the eye – first published in 1897, this book offers insight into the history of ophthalmology and eye... More > medicine. Beginning with an anatomical discussion of the cornea, iris and conjunctiva, the author goes on to discuss the various ailments afflicting the eye, such as glaucoma and conjunctivitis. The second part of the book details the physics of eyesight, and how one can discern disturbances to the eye’s function, such as the appearance of cataracts. As this book dates to the late 19th century, the treatments described have long been obsoleted. The application of cocaine solution upon the eye for instance has no place in modern ophthalmology. The surgical techniques of the time were conducted manually and with metallic instruments; such methods are outdated in the modern day.< Less
When Early AAs Were Cured and Why By Dick B
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For a decade after the founding of A.A. on June 10, 1935, A.A.'s founders, pioneers, literature, and reporters said over and over again that there was a cure for alcoholism, that A.A. had found the... More > cure, and that hundreds had been cured. This title documents the facts, the cures, the reliance on the Creator that was essential, and exactly what the early A.A. roots, program, practices, and successes were. Particular attention is paid to the three segments of the Bible considered "absolutely essential" - James, the sermon on the mount, and 1 Corinthians 13. Contains an enormous bibliography on the healing and cure - yes, cure - of alcoholism and other maladies by God's power from Old Testament times to the present.< Less
The Fall of the House of Usher By Edgar Allan Poe
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The Fall of the House of Usher follows an unnamed narrator to the house of Roderick Usher, a friend who suffers from some strange malady. It is a family sickness, and its symptoms include acute... More > anxiety, hypochondria, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Roderick's twin sister, Madeline, is also ill, and suffers from death-like trances. Soon we are propelled through a horrifying tale of a house which has taken on the sins and sickness of its inhabitants. Much analysis of this story has been done, as it explicitly concerns the human psyche - so the house is the unconscious, or the soul, and the eventual destruction which occurs is caused by mental disorder stemming from possible vampirism or even incest. Regardless of the analysis, Poe's vivid and macabre tale is a central masterpiece of American Gothic literature, and is considered his most famous work of prose.< Less
Valentine’s Day Don’t Be Alone: Unique Ideas, Gift for Husband, Wife, Girlfriend, Boyfriend By Heidi Kloss
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The day first became associated with romantic love within the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century, when the tradition of courtly love flourished. In 18th-century England, it evolved into... More > an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards (known as "valentines"). In Europe, Saint Valentine's Keys are given to lovers "as a romantic symbol and an invitation to unlock the giver’s heart", as well as to children, in order to ward off epilepsy (called Saint Valentine's Malady). Valentine's Day symbols that are used today include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten valentines have given way to mass-produced greeting cards.< Less
Les Misérables By Victor Hugo
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Excerpt: The Revolution came; events succeeded each other with precipitation; the parliamentary families, decimated, pursued, hunted down, were dispersed. M. Charles Myriel emigrated to Italy at the... More > very beginning of the Revolution. There his wife died of a malady of the chest, from which she had long suffered. He had no children. What took place next in the fate of M. Myriel? The ruin of the French society of the olden days, the fall of his own family, the tragic spectacles of '93, which were, perhaps, even more alarming to the emigrants who viewed them from a distance, with the magnifying powers of terror,--did these cause the ideas of renunciation and solitude to germinate in him? Was he, in the midst of these distractions, these affections which absorbed his life, suddenly smitten with one of those mysterious and terrible blows which sometimes overwhelm, by striking to his heart, a man whom public catastrophes would not shake, by striking at his existence and his fortune?< Less
Pretty and Nowhere to Go By Paul Cuenco
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Veronica grew up with a strong sense of certainty. She has the family who shielded her from any evil that might harm her. Her strong foundation enabled her to be the bedrock other people depend on... More > and that her home became the refuge people go to in times of their needs. She is the pillar of succor and rest. But events turn against her. The maladies invade her life and that now, she is the one who needs saving. But are these events truly ones that destroys life or ones that rebuilds it? "Pretty and Nowhere to Go" is an essay of life. It is a story that finds no escape for Veronica, for in this world it is not fighting those we cannot win, but accepting what life hands down. See: www.paulcuenco.com. See also: www.amazon.com, www.kindle.com, www.bn.com and www.nook.com. Search for Paul Cuenco.< Less

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My Wars My Wars By Richard Bushong
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Vein Book Vein Book By Eric Dohner
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About Face About Face By Eric Dohner
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What May Come What May Come By Robert Grant
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