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Not a Common Love Book One
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Hasari meets Nati at the house of the Gypsy Healer, an abode that heals many people by way of different levels of Tantra. They fall deeply in love in a manner that is extraordinary, which in turn... More > transmutes the malaise of Hasari into great heights of awareness whereupon he eventually learns about true love and moves out of ‘falling in love’ sensory addictions. The dwelling of the Gypsy Healer is viewed to be the abode of the courtesan by the ignorant and those who love to judge. In reality, it is a house where ancient incarnated souls from ancient Lemuria reside. They heal the deep wounds of humanity that the priest, psychologist, general healer and doctors usually cannot reach. Many injustices of the abused are dealt with in this unique and sacred home; forgiveness and non-judgment in the soul are especially accessed. When you journey with the characters of this book, you will subsequently come to understand forgiveness and especially the archetypal love between Jesus and Mary Magdalene.< Less
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Jimmy Devine goes home to Ireland from Paris to settle down and get a proper job. But he can't settle down. He gets a job as a teacher in a rural school in the 'middle of nowhere', but memories of... More > the free and easy life he had in Paris haunt his dreams. His ex girlfriend comes to visit from Paris and while travelling together in Connemara Jimmy suddenly realises he has a big decision to make! Love and adventure in Paris, or a dull but comfortable existence in rural Ireland...< Less
Ready Reference Treatise: Island of the Blue Dolphins
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The book was the winner of the Newbery Medal in the year 1961. Later in the year 1964, it was adapted into a movie with the same title. The author wrote its sequel, “Zia,” which was... More > published in the year 1976. In real life, when that Native American woman was rescued, the Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island became famous because of that woman’s strange story. Only after a few weeks of her rescue and moving to the mainland, that woman passed away. It is said that the woman was a tourist attraction and people remembered her story for several decades even after her death. Ready Reference Treatise: Island of the Blue Dolphins Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
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