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Pirke Avot: Sayings of the Jewish Fathers (Hardcover) By Various & Charles Taylor
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This exceptional translation of Pirke Avot (Pirkei Avot) features in full the chapters and sacred phrases by the Jewish forefathers. This edition is in hardcover. Pirke Avot or Pirkei Avot - in... More > English 'Chapters of the Fathers' - is a collection of sayings and aphorisms dating from antiquity which teach the ethics and morality of the Jewish faith. Attributed to various sages of Judaism who taught between the 2nd century BCE to the 2nd century AD, this collection combines some of the finest and most salient phrases coined by the revered rabbis of old. Since the early Middle Ages, it has been customary in several Jewish traditions for adherents and aspiring rabbis to devote time studying and absorbing these ancient sayings. Many are characterised by a memorable brevity, for expressing in a couple of sentences what other teachers would find difficult to teach in several pages. The Jewish principles of kindness, self-respect and the respect of others are expounded upon with insightful detail.< Less
Pirke Avot: Sayings of the Jewish Fathers By Various & Charles Taylor
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This exceptional translation of Pirke Avot (Pirkei Avot) features in full the chapters and sacred phrases by the Jewish forefathers. Pirke Avot or Pirkei Avot - in English 'Chapters of the Fathers'... More > - is a collection of sayings and aphorisms dating from antiquity which teach the ethics and morality of the Jewish faith. Attributed to various sages of Judaism who taught between the 2nd century BCE to the 2nd century AD, this collection combines some of the finest and most salient phrases coined by the revered rabbis of old. Since the early Middle Ages, it has been customary in several Jewish traditions for adherents and aspiring rabbis to devote time studying and absorbing these ancient sayings. Many are characterised by a memorable brevity, for expressing in a couple of sentences what other teachers would find difficult to teach in several pages. The Jewish principles of kindness, self-respect and the respect of others are expounded upon with insightful detail.< Less
The Observer Effect By Kieron Dowling
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The Observer Effect is a term used in quantum physics to describe the effect an observer has in the quantum field, which in this book is the universe at large. An observer is a measuring device,... More > which equates to your beliefs. I’m going to show you how, as an observer, can change the way you perceive things to effect a change in the things you perceive. You will find the Golden Key, a term coined by ancients to unlock the most powerful door known to humans. The term is, however, a metaphor; inside you exists one key place you can instantly unlock with nothing more than believing it is there. Few realise this, and live their lives as though reality is separate from them, out of their personal control. Nothing could be further from the truth. You are in a position to observe reality in any way you desire by simply harnessing the emotions you most want and literally creating a new, better reality.< Less
The Piccolomini: A Play By Friedrich Schiller
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Samuel Taylor Coleridge... More > (/ˈkoʊləˌrɪdʒ/; 21 October 1772 – 25 July 1834) was an English poet, literary critic and philosopher who, with his friend William Wordsworth, was a founder of the Romantic Movement in England and a member of the Lake Poets. He wrote the poems The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan, as well as the major prose work Biographia Literaria. His critical work, especially on Shakespeare, was highly influential, and he helped introduce German idealist philosophy to English-speaking culture. Coleridge coined many familiar words and phrases, including suspension of disbelief. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Taylor_Coleridge< Less
Early Greek Philosophy By Richard Pearson
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Philosophy (from Greek φιλοσοφία, philosophia, literally "love of wisdom" is the study of general and fundamental problems concerning... More > matters such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. The term was probably coined by Pythagoras (c. 570–495 BCE). Philosophical methods include questioning, critical discussion, rational argument, and systematic presentation. Classic philosophical questions include: Is it possible to know anything and to prove it? What is most real? Philosophers also pose more practical and concrete questions such as: Is there a best way to live? Is it better to be just or unjust (if one can get away with it)? Do humans have free will? Historically, "philosophy" encompassed any body of knowledge. From the time of Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle to the 19th century, "natural philosophy" encompassed astronomy, medicine, and physics.< Less
Treasure, a Sailor's Siren By Bob Gebhardt
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A fellow approaches you and says, “I know where there is a sunken pirate treasure ship right here off the coast. Would you be interested in helping me for a fifty percent partnership?” ... More > He claims he heard a voice of a spirit asking for help and promises of great treasures. You dive on the site and find a large lump of corroded Spanish pieces of eight, worth many thousands. Dragging it up on deck you encounter a manifestation of a pirate spirit who spelled it out, no help, no treasure then he disappears along with the lump of ancient silver coins. Three individuals pool their funds to search a suspected underwater ancient treasure site and find more than they bargained for with a pirate’s spirit demanding assistance in crossing over into a repentance afterlife. In assisting the spirits they recover vast treasures and find favor with other successful salvors and their allies, the US Navy who help keep them out of danger from modern day pirates and drug runners.< Less
Generational Order - Rethinking Human Interaction By Daron Barker
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Why do children, parents and society seem to be so out of order? The Generational Order process has broken down! This book explains how we got off track, the answers to how we continue to... More > decline, and ultimately, how we have the power to reverse this negative trend. Generational Order is a term coined by Daron Barker to describe the natural law that exists on a primary level that regulates the continuous reoccurring cycles of procreation and manages the acquisition, circulation and preservation of knowledge for the sole purpose of maintaining balance in the natural processes that makes human life successful and progressively better with each generation. In short, when we work with nature, nature works with us, and when we work against nature, nature works against us. Discover the secrets to this ancient law of human interaction that has existed since the beginning. Understand it, use it, spread the word, and restore your family, schools, churches and community! Get your copy today!< Less
Empire of Thieves By Roy Bainton
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In April 1945, Himmler's SS robbed Germany’s National Depository, the Reichsbank. As well as the tons of gold bullion, millions in currency, jewels and other valuables, the Nazis already had... More > billions of dollars’ worth of art, stolen from doomed Jewish families, hidden away in the mountains of Bavaria and Austria. 70 years later, Kurt Kohler,art hunter and researcher, travels the world looking for works to retrieve and return to their owners’ descendants. But when an old farmer tries to sell a batch of ancient gold coins, Kohler is called in and the hidden history of one of the most feared organisations of the 20th century is revealed. Kohler's investigations raise a question: what if Reichsführer-SS, Heinrich Himmler, who supposedly committed suicide with a cyanide capsule at Luneberg, Germany in May 1945 was not Himmler at all, but his terrified double? The official Himmler file at the UK’s National Archives is embargoed until 2045. But Kurt Kohler unearths the truth … and much more besides.< Less
The City: Tales from the Post-Post-Apocalypse By Daniel Smallegange
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Welcome to the post-post-apocalypse. And welcome to The City, where the machines have long seized up and guns are increasingly rare. It is a place where life is cheap and might makes right with... More > brutal attention to detail, a place of corruption, violence, thievery and debauchery where the Guilds dominate with bribes or brawn, gods roam through opiate dreams, and glorious characters rule bar stools with songs and shouts for wine. In these 14 short stories witness the plague ghetto and mass floods, the mutant district and the pleasure dens. Walk the dangerous red light canals with ladies of the night, brawl with mercenaries and break into hidden bowels where machines yet work. Meet Red Demon, albino master-thief and dealer of ancient drugs; Blisthenov, potato artisan and bomb-maker; Vimey, hunchbacked dwarf-gambler; a pair of half-starved mercenaries and more. Come and dance through the vileness and villainy, sing songs of outrageous endeavor or celebrate the simple fact of having a coin for a bowl of soup.< Less
Excavator Monthly Issue 3 By William McAusland
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How do your post-apocalyptic heroes know each other? Issue 3 presents a robust article on dozens of possible ways in which characters meet up prior to the beginning of game play. We also present... More > the Fixed Value Allotment method of character generation, two wicked NPCs, two new relics: Landmine Detection coil and Advanced Grenade Launcher, along with three nasty creatures: The Devil Spider, Mutant Perch and Jaw Crawler. Other articles include Outfitting a Post Apocalyptic Army, Silver Coins & Ancient Currency, Character Type Rotation and Similarity, another great treasure table and much more. Excavator Monthly is the official magazine for The Mutant Epoch milieu, covering the TME RPG, fiction, art and more. Not using the Outland System? No worries, there is a ton here that any post apocalyptic GM can utilize. This issue includes: 2 NPCs 3 New Creatures 2 New relics 1 Treasure Table 1 Character generation system (Fixed Value Allotment) 24 illustrations & 1 Map 44 Pages< Less

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