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The Bible Says: History of Abuses Committed in the Name of the Biblical Text By Foster Stockwell
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Many people use the Bible the way a drunk might use a lamppost, that is for support of their own prejudicial misconceptions rather than for any kind of enlightenment. This book details such misuses... More > and points to a holistic method for understanding what the Bible really says.< Less
The Bible Says: History of Abuses Committed in the Name of the Biblical Text By Foster Stockwell
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Many people use the Bible the way a drunk might use a lamppost, that is for support of their own prejudicial misconceptions rather than for any kind of enlightenment. This book details such misuses... More > and points to a holistic method for understanding what the Bible really says.< Less
The Wisdom of Emile Coue and James Allen:The Power of Your Mind--Including The Path to Prosperity, As a Man Thinketh, The Way of Peace, Byways to Blessedness, Above Life's Turmoil and Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion. By Editorial BN (Editor)
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We possess within us a force of incalculable power, which, when we handle it unconsciously is often prejudicial to us. If on the contrary we direct it in a conscious and wise manner, it gives us the... More > mastery of ourselves and allows us not only to escape and to aid others to escape, from physical and mental ills, but also to live in relative happiness, whatever the conditions in which we may find ourselves.< Less
The Wisdom of Emile Coue and James Allen:The Power of Your Mind--Including The Path to Prosperity, As a Man Thinketh, The Way of Peace, Byways to Blessedness, Above Life's Turmoil and Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion. By Editorial BN (Editor)
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We possess within us a force of incalculable power, which, when we handle it unconsciously is often prejudicial to us. If on the contrary we direct it in a conscious and wise manner, it gives us the... More > mastery of ourselves and allows us not only to escape and to aid others to escape, from physical and mental ills, but also to live in relative happiness, whatever the conditions in which we may find ourselves.< Less
Eavesdropping on Life By Vivienne Stefani
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This is the first collection of posts from Eavesdrop Writer, a blog of overheard conversations started by a writer as a file organizing tool. The blog has become popular with readers from all walks... More > of life who comment on posts that describe unedited moments in time. Conversations about wealth, poverty, alcohol, war, sex and more are featured and range from touching to silly to prejudicial. Conversations are provided in context and without judgement from the author. Visit Eavesdrop Writer at www.eavesdropwriter.blogspot.com< Less
Moral Debt: An Ascension of the Human Spirit By Craig Wood
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There is a steadily increasing tension in today’s world, an increasing propensity towards not just conflict, but conflict founded on religious doctrine. In a world filled with proliferating... More > weapons of mass destruction, the sharp rise in these conflicts presents a threat to us all. It’s time for a new understanding. One that is universal, transcendent, and not based upon biased or prejudicial dogma. Fortunately, as demonstrated in Moral Debt, that understanding is available to, and can be identified by, each of us. Read Moral Debt and never look at the world the same way again.< Less
African American Serial Killers By J E McClellan
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Three specifically flawed stereotypes surround our perceptions of serial killings and serial murder: (1) that the murder is almost always a White male crime, (2) that African-American males rarely... More > commit serial murder and (3) that those who commit serial murder are psychologically complex and intelligent therefore able to escape capture (Walsh, 2005). The latter stereotype tends to be biased and at worst, racist suggesting that African Americans are not sufficiently intelligent or psychologically complex enough to commit such crimes of stealth, plan their offenses and escape apprehension. African-American serial killers are less reported in the media particularly when their victims are other African-Americans and more reprehensibly, that their victims are African-American women and children. The lack of reporting, examination and comprehension of African-American serial homicide murderers is prejudicial to the victims and potential victims.< Less
Self-Mastery Through Conscious Auto-Suggestion By Emile Coué
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Self-Mastery Through Conscious Auto-Suggestion by Emile Coué. We possess within us a force of incalculable power, which, when we handle it unconsciously is often prejudicial to us. If on the... More > contrary we direct it in a conscious and wise manner, it gives us the mastery of ourselves. It allows us not only to escape and to aid others to escape, from physical and mental ills, but also to live in relative happiness, regardless of the conditions in which we may find ourselves. Émile Coué de la Châtaigneraie (1857–1926) was a French psychologist and pharmacist who introduced a popular method of psychotherapy and self-improvement based on optimistic autosuggestion. His great discovery came one day when a customer complained there was nothing in Coue's pharmacy to relieve his chronic complaint.< Less
TABOOS and TOTEMS: Biased Conventions To Be Challenged By Jean Ovide Bourdeau
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We are all obligated to accept prepackaged beliefs to a lesser or greater degree by the society to which we belong – including the smaller groups constituting it, once a member of a such social... More > unit. While many of those beliefs are necessary elements in the form of temporary taboos and mythological totems in order to create and re-enforce the membrane of cohesion essential to a well functioning societal constitution and continuity, many among them however are permanently prejudicial to the sane operation of an ethical society generally and the ethical individuals constituting it particularly. That is why: It is our duty as sane and ethical individuals to question all unproven claims or lies; challenge all mythologies imposed upon us; and most certainly prevent the State or Church from indoctrinating our children (our most precious possession) – whatever forms these undertakings take. All claims from anyone or any organization must be proven whether a government, a religion, a professional and so on.< Less
Forget Me Not By Marie Theresa Philbin
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This book was written to extend to the reader emotions, exploits and fears of a family at a time when personal survival was secondary to others when the world was at war. Memories penned within the... More > stillness of the night while her family were sleeping. Showing the laughter coupled together with devilment of youth, while sometimes being overshadowed with fear of the unknown darkness of separation brought on by war, showing the misguided prejudicial fears of sickness and some leftover Victorian sociological restraints. While the emotions are strong in places, the personal happenings, may seem at times severe, for this is of a time when the grandmother new best and the community rallied together through discord and misfortune, giving and receiving advice without prejudice or forethought to yourself, and having to make do.< Less