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How to Write Poems: A Practical Guide (2nd Edition) By Alan Steinle
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People write poems because it’s a fun and challenging way to be creative. If you already enjoy expressing yourself with words, then you are a good candidate for learning how to write poems, or... More > for improving your ability to write them. HOW TO WRITE POEMS: A PRACTICAL GUIDE is an introduction to the theory and practice of English poetry. It is meant for beginning writers of poetry, as well as for more experienced writers. PART ONE: THEORY covers aspects of poetry that have been used in traditional English poetry. This part includes an introduction to meters, rhymes, stanzas, and so on. PART TWO: PRACTICE includes practical examples with dozens of mini-exercises. Several popular expressions of poetry are examined, including blank verse, ballads, sonnets, limericks, parodies, and more. PART THREE: EXAMPLE POEMS contains over thirty of the author’s own poems. These poems represent a variety of forms and structures.< Less
Saint Immanuel Good, Martyr: A Bilingual Book In Spanish and English By Alan Steinle & Miguel de Unamuno
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“Saint Immanuel Good, Martyr” (originally, “San Manuel Bueno, Mártir”) is a novel written by Miguel de Unamuno in Spanish, and first published in 1931. The present book... More > was set up with a bilingual format. A series of text segments is presented. A Spanish text segment (one or more sentences) is presented and followed by the English translation of the segment. This pattern is reversed in the Introduction, which was written in English and translated into Spanish. In the novel, Don Immanuel Good is a priest who compassionately takes care of his parishioners, as any good priest would. However, Don Immanuel has a secret that he shares with only a few people, a secret that will torment him throughout his life.< Less
Bilingual Essays: Texts In English and Spanish By Alan Steinle
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The essays and poems in this book were originally written in English and later translated into Spanish. In the book, each English sentence is followed by the corresponding Spanish sentence.
How to Write Poems: A Practical Guide By Alan Steinle
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People write poems because it’s a fun and challenging way to be creative. If you already enjoy expressing yourself with words, then you are a good candidate for learning how to write poems, or... More > for improving your ability to write them. "How to Write Poems: A Practical Guide" is an introduction to the theory and practice of English poetry. It is meant for beginning writers of poetry, as well as for more experienced writers. "Part One: Theory" covers aspects of poetry that have been used throughout the history of English poetry. This part includes an introduction to meters, rhymes, stanzas, and other aspects of poetry. "Part Two: Practice" includes practical examples with dozens of mini-exercises. Various expressions and forms of poetry are examined, including blank verse, ballads, sonnets, limericks, parodies, and more. The optional exercises allow the reader to take an active approach to learning about these types of poetry.< Less
Textos Bilingües: Poemas En Inglés Y Español By Alan Steinle
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Estos dieciséis poemas fueron originalmente escritos en inglés y en verso. Este tipo de rima se llama pareado, couplets en inglés. Tratan sobre la sociedad, la filosofía y... More > la religión.< Less
Bilingual Texts: Poems In English and Spanish By Alan Steinle
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I originally wrote these sixteen poems in English. The poems deal with the subjects of society, philosophy, and religion. The poems were written in rhyming verse. I translated the poems into Spanish... More > with the help of my friend, Javier.< Less
The Emerging World: Social and Spiritual Essays By Alan Steinle
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“Therefore, seek not to change the world, but choose to change your mind about the world.” (A Course in Miracles, T-21.in.1:7) The forty-nine essays in this book are my attempt to make... More > sense of the world and to share this attempt with others. The essays are like signposts on my spiritual journey and they reveal my state of mind along the way. It is my hope that these essays will help at least one person make progress on his or her own spiritual path. The essays include the following: “Love, and Do What You Like,” “The Spirit Gives Life,” “Selfishness: Cause, Consequence, and Cure,” “Can We Understand the Universe?” “Heaven and the Dream of Separation,” “We Are the Same,” “Non-judgment Day Is Near,” “The Purification of the Earth: From Fear to Love,” and “The Emerging World of Oneness.”< Less
Common Christian Teachings Compared With a Course In Miracles Teachings By Alan Steinle
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This booklet is an attempt to show the similarities and, more importantly, the differences between common Christian teachings and A Course in Miracles teachings. I use the term "common Christian... More > teachings" because I am using the most common teachings of Christianity, as I have learned them. Sixteen different topics are presented, including Truth, God, Atonement, Death, Prayer, and Miracles. The Christian teachings are given, followed by the Course teachings on each topic.< Less
The Light Does Not Condemn You: Collected Poems By Alan Steinle
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These poems cover a wide range of topics, including society (factory work and homelessness), politics (conspiracies and fascism), religion (Bible prophecy and the Beatitudes), spirituality (heaven... More > and salvation), and relationships (love and forgiveness). These poems were influenced by many things, including the Bible, the book A Course in Miracles, and my interactions with and observations of the world. These poems cover a range of emotions and views but, above all, I want to emphasize my conviction that "all things work together for good" and that nothing we do can permanently separate us from all good things. Here is a stanza from the poem "The Light Does Not Condemn You": The truth is that mistakes cannot Dim God's love or place a blot Or stain upon your eternal soul Which even now does remain whole< Less
The Eternally Practical Way: An Interpretation of the Ideas of the Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching) By Alan Steinle
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According to tradition, the Dao De Jing was written in China by Lao Zi some time between the 6th and 3rd centuries B.C. The Dao De Jing (or Tao Te Ching) literally means “The Classic of the Way... More > and the Virtue.” This book is about the way of the universe and how one can follow the way. There have been many translations of and commentaries on this book. The present interpretation is neither a translation nor a commentary, but rather a synthesis of my ideas and the ideas of the Dao De Jing. The present interpretation is inspired by the Dao De Jing, but does not claim to comprehend or possess the purity of the Dao. My interpretation is meant to provoke more thought on the subject of the way and perhaps to provide a fresh perspective.< Less