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Manners, Morals & Myths By Lois Jeavons
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“Manners, Morals and Myths” introduces us to the people in the ballrooms and clubs of early twentieth-century, mid-western America, but they are not always as they seem. Toni Brownell is... More > groomed from an early age in the fine art of becoming a lady. We meet her parents and the women who shape Toni’s character including her mother’s strong-willed best friend, who will play the most important role in Toni’s life. She is poised to take her place as queen of Cleveland society when Toni’s husband turns her well-structured life into a shambles of shame and ruin, causing her to take a long, hard look at her life in order to understand how and why she could be so deceived. Set against the backdrop of one of America’s oldest and most beautiful suburbs, “Manners, Morals and Myths” takes the reader into a gracious, white-gloved era of a time now gone. For many, it will revive old, romantic memories. For others it will provide a glimpse of a world they might never know.< Less
Vacant Morality: Poems of the Past By Christopher Raine
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Desperate and passionate, the poetry of Vacant Morality rolls off of the tongue like music. There are moments of simple purity filtered through the lens of experience, regret, and wisdom. Poet... More > Christopher Raine believes the best way to explain beauty is through the contrast of ugliness. It is only through suffering that one can truly feel the unique rarity of sublime love and hope. The dark nature of this poetry collection is insightful and deeply reflective, whether it is the political vigilance of “The Abattoir,” the condemnation of “The Hallowed,” or the soulful longing of “You Want:” The work is underscored with themes of social justice, shared through a no-nonsense style that feels cool and smooth in its cadence and vibe. Readers will appreciate Raine’s thoughtful, passionate treatment of subjects familiar to many.< Less
Vacant Morality: Poems of the Past By Christopher Raine
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Desperate and passionate, the poetry of Vacant Morality rolls off of the tongue like music. There are moments of simple purity filtered through the lens of experience, regret, and wisdom. Poet... More > Christopher Raine believes the best way to explain beauty is through the contrast of ugliness. It is only through suffering that one can truly feel the unique rarity of sublime love and hope. The dark nature of this poetry collection is insightful and deeply reflective, whether it is the political vigilance of “The Abattoir,” the condemnation of “The Hallowed,” or the soulful longing of “You Want:” The work is underscored with themes of social justice, shared through a no-nonsense style that feels cool and smooth in its cadence and vibe. Readers will appreciate Raine’s thoughtful, passionate treatment of subjects familiar to many.< Less
Moral Combat: Tormented Hope By Susie Quickened
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When Hannah was a little girl, she was full of love. But she was born into a volatile family of drunks where sexual abuse, keeping secrets, and worse were the norm. In spite of all that, she felt an... More > intense desire to survive and escape. Even though she suffered physical and emotional attacks, Hannah picked herself up every time and braced for the next outburst of family violence. She wanted nothing more than to leave her family to find love and kindness. However, she could not escape the darkness, and she’d try to kill herself in the third grade. The only thing she could see in her future was incest, beatings, and more attacks from the people she loved the most. At nine years old—at the brink of slipping into a downward spiral—she heard a voice that told her, “Write down your story. It is your inheritance.” She listened to that voice. Join Hannah on her journey from her birth to age ten as she learns the difference between good and evil in the first book of Moral Combat.< Less
Moral Combat: Tormented Hope By Susie Quickened
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When Hannah was a little girl, she was full of love. But she was born into a volatile family of drunks where sexual abuse, keeping secrets, and worse were the norm. In spite of all that, she felt an... More > intense desire to survive and escape. Even though she suffered physical and emotional attacks, Hannah picked herself up every time and braced for the next outburst of family violence. She wanted nothing more than to leave her family to find love and kindness. However, she could not escape the darkness, and she’d try to kill herself in the third grade. The only thing she could see in her future was incest, beatings, and more attacks from the people she loved the most. At nine years old—at the brink of slipping into a downward spiral—she heard a voice that told her, “Write down your story. It is your inheritance.” She listened to that voice. Join Hannah on her journey from her birth to age ten as she learns the difference between good and evil in the first book of Moral Combat.< Less
The Nobility of Adherence to Moral Conduct By D.M. Hutchins
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"A primary element of the Elite Occultist dialectic agenda is the obvious reverse of the meaning and context of morality, because those who are immoral have no grounding in what is good or... More > natural, and no desire to defend what is noble and numinous. Those who do have their grounding in that which is good and honorable would have no part in those conventions which compose the overall dialectical agenda of the Elite, were they able to see it as such. To that end several abstractions and systems of “common law” have been set in place so as to weaken mankind, and to domesticate our formerly independent nature, in order that our populations would be silent slaves, lacking in all honor, nobility, dignity, or any such quality as would cause us to question authority, challenge the Nation State, break away from media induced belief systems, from eating and drinking poison, or to form tribal cultures of our own which reside outside of national influence, all of which are noble, honorable, and natural, to do."< Less
Finding Your Moral Compass By Simcha Feuerman and Chaya Feuerman
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Relationships, Parenting and Personal Growth from a Spiritual Perspective.
Finding Your Moral Compass By Simcha Feuerman and Chaya Feuerman
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Relationships, Parenting and Personal Growth from a Spiritual Perspective.
Highest Moral Standards By Bryan Ulrich
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Written in a similar crime-type genre as John Grisham, this book tells the story of a young engineer who gets caught up in a harrowing world that he never imagined. Young Harry graduates engineering... More > school, and with his brand-new diploma fresh in hand, he starts working at an engineering design firm in Albuquerque. Trouble begins right away when stories surface of the death of Harry's predecessor.< Less
The Moral Case for Taxhavens By GERALD HOUSTON
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Truths and myths about offshore investments, banking, residence, and legality

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