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All You Need Is Love By David Conduct
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All you Need is Love is a study of the writing of the fourteenth century English mystic, Dame Julian of Norwich. Her book, Revelations of Divine Love, the first book written by a woman in English,... More > recalls her experience of the Divine through a series of sixteen visions. These visions contain a simple message: that God loves us and wishes to be loved by us; that “all is well and all manner of thing shall be well.” In a world where pain and suffering are all too familiar Julian’s words are both a source of comfort and a challenge to our understanding of the human condition. A retired History teacher, David Conduct now lives in Durham where he taught for over twenty years. His studies have taken him through the universities of Hull, London, Warwick and Leicester and his main academic interest lies in the history of ideas. This is his second book. When not writing, he can be found busking in the streets of Durham.< Less
LOST and FOUND: A Study of the Pre-War Mindset: 1900-1914 By David Conduct
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‘Lost and Found’ is an attempt to understand why the outbreak of the Great War in 1914 was greeted with such enthusiasm and why the war was sustained with such vigour for so long. At the... More > same time it embodies a critique of the mindset which gave rise to the war by revealing a world whose values set it so far apart from us as to make any genuine empathy between then and now almost impossible. In an effort to find some empathetic links with that lost world the author looks behind the ‘certain certainties’ and the ‘tremendous sureties’ which characterised that world. In so doing he embarks upon a journey of discovery which finally reveals that which was lost and that which truly links him, and perhaps others, to the past.< Less
“Rock ‘n’ Roll Years” By David Conduct
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'Rock 'n' Roll Years' is a series of reflections on the passage of time and the world events which we all observe. It calls in question the significance of such events and celebrates the role of the... More > individual in relation to them. A retired history teacher, David Conduct now lives in Durham where he taught for over twenty years. His studies have taken him through the universities of Hull, London, Warwick and Leicester and his main academic interest lies in the history of ideas. This is his third book. When not writing he can be found busking in the streets of Durham.< Less
Emancipate To Conduct By Anthony Lee
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Emancipate to Conduct shall take you, the reader on a journey through all facets of life, habits, passion, relationships, rejoice, happiness, maltreat, past pain and present. It takes you down the... More > path through new corridors of experiences to old doors you already know. You may see yourself, a child, family or friend as you read. It will leave you with education, emotions, uplift and innovation for the soul and mind.< Less
Tao of Conducting, the By Silas Huff
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Intended for musical leaders who want to explore the realm of conducting that lies beyond baton technique and score study, The Tao of Conducting is an adaptation of Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching, one... More > of the world's best-loved books of wisdom, a handbook for leaders. The 81 lessons delve into the philosophy of conducting from a Taoist perspective and include narrative, anecdotes, quotations, and technique and rehearsal tips.< Less
The Conduct of Life By Ralph Waldo Emerson
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The Conduct of Life is a collection of essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson published in 1860 and revised in 1876. In this volume, Emerson sets out to answer “the question of the times:”... More > “How shall I live? It is composed of nine essays, each preceded by a poem. These nine essays are largely based on lectures Emerson held throughout the country, including for a young, mercantile audience in the lyceums of the Midwestern boomtowns of the 1850s] The Conduct of Life has been named as both one of Emerson's best works and one of his worst. It was one of Emerson's most successful publications and has been identified as a source of influence for a number of writers, including Friedrich Nietzsche.< Less
Life and Conduct By J. Cameron Lees
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This book is a manual of instructions for young people to develop virtue, character and conduct. The book explains the concept of character and gives the guidance in character formation in many... More > aspects, including success in life, personal influence, friendship, money, time, courage, health, earnestness, manner, temper, recreation, family, faith, and society. The book is full of stories, parables, maxims, poetic and inspirational quotations, wise counsels and practical suggestions. It is a recommended literary reading by youth.< Less
Life and Conduct By J. Cameron Lees
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This book is a manual of instructions for young people to develop virtue, character and conduct. The book explains the concept of character and gives the guidance in character formation in many... More > aspects, including success in life, personal influence, friendship, money, time, courage, health, earnestness, manner, temper, recreation, family, faith, and society. The book is full of stories, parables, maxims, poetic and inspirational quotations, wise counsels and practical suggestions. It is a recommended literary reading by youth.< Less
The Conduct of Life By Ralph Waldo Emerson
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The Conduct of Life is a collection of essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson published in 1860 and revised in 1876. In this volume, Emerson sets out to answer “the question of the times:”... More > “How shall I live?” It is composed of nine essays, each preceded by a poem. These nine essays are largely based on lectures Emerson held throughout the country, including for a young, mercantile audience in the lyceums of the Midwestern boomtowns of the 1850s. The Conduct of Life has been named as both one of Emerson's best works and one of his worst. It was one of Emerson's most successful publications and has been identified as a source of influence for a number of writers, including Friedrich Nietzsche.< Less
The Conduct of Life By Ralph Waldo Emerson
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The Conduct of Life is a collection of essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson published in 1860 and revised in 1876. In this volume, Emerson sets out to answer “the question of the times:”... More > “How shall I live?” It is composed of nine essays, each preceded by a poem. These nine essays are largely based on lectures Emerson held throughout the country, including for a young, mercantile audience in the lyceums of the Midwestern boomtowns of the 1850s.< Less