There are a handful of legal thoughts that can be found again and again whenever we inspect a law. These legal thoughts can be thought of as the 'DNA' or 'genetic code' of a law. Each can be... More > considered a part of a law. Assemble the parts together and, voilá, the parts form the structure of a law. The words of a law, like ornaments, adorn the structure of a law. The words change; the structure stays the same. It repeats itself again and again in every instance of a law. To generate a law's meaning, both its words and its structure cooperate. Anyone who wishes to push meaning into or pull meaning out of a law must be mindful of a law's structure. Any failure to respect the structure of a law generates inscrutable legalese and legal misunderstanding. Can you number and name the parts of a law? If not, your legal thinking is sloppy.< Less
This is a highly readable life of Saint John Bosco, the nineteenth century saint raised up to reclaim children from unbelief, vice and delinquency. Pope Pius XI canonised this “giant of... More > holiness,” saying that he knew no life of a saint wherein the direct and miraculous action of God was more continuously manifest. The reader will fall in love with the saint as all who knew him did during his lifetime. His miracles will silence the voice of scepticism and his goodness will soften the hardest of hearts. Young readers will feel his help in resisting the temptations that surround them. Parents and educators will learn his secrets. Every reader will be inspired to greater love of God and more strenuous efforts in His service.< Less
More than 50 drawings of Fairies followed by short stories both created by the lively author's imagination...
However our minds imagines them, dreaming, crazy, dark, with colourful butterfly wings or... More > with transparent wings, such as glass, these beautiful, fragile creatures shrouded in mystery, difficult to spot except by the power of our minds, will fascinate for a long time mortal men, and they will lead us to imagine them and to dream them again and again, feeding our imagination and helping us moving away from the squalor and monotony of real life. Hoping to give to all of you who read this paper some time in the world of Thought, away from everything and everyone, I leave you in the depths of my ancient forest, amid the roar of my AcquaBosco and among the wheat fields that stretch up the horizon of these imaginary valleys.< Less
The book, written by Fr John Lens sdb, chronicles in brief the zealous efforts of Don Bosco (Salesian Priest - Father and friend of Youth) in starting the Society of St Francis de Sales, famously... More > known as the ‘Salesians of Don Bosco’ (SDB) with a clear vision of reaching out to the numerous young people in need, with the heart of Jesus Christ. Written in an attractive and simple language, the book presents a bird’s eye-view of the challenges, support and inspiration that guided Don Bosco in forming the religious group of men and women (the Salesian Sisters) who are at the service of the poor and marginalized, especially the young. Today the Salesians are present in more than 129 countries of the world and in 5 continents across the globe.< Less