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The Dream By Mrs. Brown's 3rd Grade Class
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A myth derived from fantasy constellations and written by a third grade class.
Dreams By Gypsy Garcia
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"Dreams" is the ultimate guide to learn how to understand the language of the spiritual realm on your own without a mediator such as a psychic or dream interpretor. You will learn how to... More > understand the messages that come in your dreams. You will learn technics to help you become fluent in the language of the spiritual realm.< Less
Of Dreams By Gypsy Garcia
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"Dreams" is the ultimate guide to learn how to understand the language of the spiritual realm on your own without a mediator such as a psychic or dream interpretor. You will learn how to... More > understand the messages that come in your dreams. You will learn technics to help you become fluent in the language of the spiritual realm.< Less
Dream By Jae Yeon Jasmin Kwak
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This is a story of a Korean girl who decided to study in Canada. She started adventurous journey without her parents at the age of 14. She struggled to learn English, new culture but her dream and... More > faith helped reaching her goals. This is a true story of Jae Yeon Jasmin Kwak.< Less
DREAMING. By Christian Boustead
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This is a large print poetry book containing many poems covering nature, dreaming and the elements
dreams By Rick Greene
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small book about the dreams that I have had. Read mine and decided if the Father has been speaking to you!
In Dreams By Patricia Damrow Register
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Filled with richly descriptive dream experiences, lavishly illustrated with evocative photos and drawings which will enhance imagery and build emotion as you read. Hidden longings and insights are... More > revealed in the author's frank, sensual and poignant dream stories and their interpretations. This is not meant to be a scholarly work, but the author writes with a background in Psychology, specifically memory and cognition. This book is meant to be a "fun read." It will encourage you to make more time in your own life for dreaming...for to dream is to enter through that small hidden secret door which opens into the deepest part of our soul. Is it here we will find the gate to universal truth?< Less
A Dream. By T.V. Green
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You can spend your whole life investing in others and expend everything you could possibly contribute to yourself. Jhia found herself caught in the humdrum of everyday life not believing, not... More > hoping, not dreaming, merely existing. Always sacrificing for others she took on the role as supporting cast in her one and only debut - life. She had no idea that behind the scenes there was a destiny awaiting that would thrust her into the role of leading lady. Maybe there is repayment for every sacrifice. Maybe there is someone counting each tear. Maybe there is an orchestration of each and every event we experience. Through these pages you will find a part of you interwoven in the humor and candor of each character. You will find hope here as you walk with Jhia to a life she never knew existed.< Less
Into the Dream By Andie Kirkdale
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A short story collection that explores the world of dreams.
Dreams By Henri Bergson
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Aonia edizioni. Henri-Louis Bergson (18 October 1859 - 4 January 1941) was a major French philosopher, influential especially in the first half of the 20th century. Bergson convinced many thinkers... More > that immediate experience and intuition are more significant than rationalism and science for understanding reality. He was awarded the 1927 Nobel Prize in Literature "in recognition of his rich and vitalizing ideas and the brilliant skill with which they have been presented". Bergson rejected what he saw as the overly mechanistic predominant view of causality. He argued that we must allow space for free will to unfold in an autonomous and unpredictable fashion. While Kant saw free will as something beyond time and space and therefore ultimately a matter of faith, Bergson attempted to redefine the modern conceptions of time, space, and causality in his concept of Duration, making room for a tangible marriage of free will with causality... (Wikipedia)< Less