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A Pen Named Man Our Destiny

Author: John W. Newton
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Important goals of mankind, such as eliminating injustice and attaining a higher quality of life, are achievable. To achieve them, however, requires a will and a way. God provides the will. The focus of A Pen Named Man: Our Destiny is to illustrate the way. The route to social fulfillment is through the establishment of universal institutions designed to enable man to serve as God's representative on Earth and automatically satisfy his purpose in life. Family is the most important institution of mankind. It forms the nucleus of social living and fosters a deep sense of love and commitment among biologically related people who live together in an emotionally secure environment. Religion ties human behavior to morality and serves as the pathway between an individual and his God. Government establishes a standardized code of equality and fairness. Where the goal of the institution of religion is a moral world, the role of government is a just world. Employment is the institution that opens the door to attaining one's purpose in life. A restructured universal institution of employment provides every individual with the opportunity to contribute his time and resources toward the betterment of mankind. By working in an occupation that makes a product or provides a service useful to society, a person is able to earn the necessities of life for himself, attain psychological fulfillment, and provide support to those who are physically or mentally unable to take care of themselves.


Struggling with Destiny in Karimpur 1925 1984

Author: Susan S. Wadley
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Susan Wadley first visited Karimpur—the village "behind mud walls" made famous by William and Charlotte Wiser—as a graduate student in 1967. She returned often, adding her observations and experiences to the Wisers' field notes from the 1920s and 1930s. In this long-awaited book, Wadley gives us a work of unprecedented scope: a portrait of an Indian village as it has changed over a sixty-year period. She hears of changes in agriculture, labor relations, education, and the family. But Karimpur's residents do not speak with one voice in describing the ways their lives have changed—viewpoints vary considerably depending on the speaker's gender, economic status, and caste. Using cultural documents such as songs and stories, as well as data on household budgets and farming practices, Wadley examines what it means to be poor or rich, female or male. She demonstrates that the forms of subordination prescribed for women are paralleled by those prescribed for lower castes. Villagers also speak of political struggles in India, and of the importance of religion when confronting change. Their stories, songs, and life histories reveal the rich fabric of Karimpur and show how much can be learned from listening to its people.


The Soldier s Destiny A Tale of the Times

Author: George WALLER (Author of “The Soldier's Destiny.”.)
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The Hour and the Man

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My Roots My Love My Destiny

Author: Beatrice Akpu Inyang Eleje
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My Roots, My Love, My Destinyis the story of two strong women, told across an epic and rich canvas painted by two wars and two unique destinies. In her ninety-six years, Ogeri, author Beatrice Akpu Inyang Eleje’s mother, experienced danger, heartbreak, and great love. Her journey spanned most of the twentieth century and was dictated by the societal norms, values, and traditions of the Nigeria of her time. Lovingly reconstructed, these are a few of Eleje’s most beloved and revered memories of her mother. For the daughter, her journey was spent attempting to navigate rapidly changing waters. Caught between two colliding civilizations—the Western civilization and African culture and Nigeria—two cultures, and two world views, her path was less certain. While one world encouraged independence, the other demanded absolute filial obedience. Rebellion was inevitable. As Eleje listened to her mother speak of her life, the similarities emerged. Both women survived their husbands, and both knew the heartache of illness, loss, and uncertainty—as well as the joys of love in the most unexpected places. But through it all rings a life-sustaining truth worth celebrating: no matter how dark the tunnel, there is always light just around the corner ... if you can just lift your head to look. Designed to inspire younger women to persevere in the face of seemingly in-surmountable odds, the story of these two women proves that no matter what, you just need to take the next step—to-ward hope.


The soldier s destiny To which is added The Scrabster family

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Tryst with Destiny

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Summer Harvest

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The Theosophical Path

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Defining Destiny

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Growing up in the small town of Destinybay, Sara, Alex and Diana were as tight as the Three Musketeers, bound by a friendship forged in childhood and made complete by their vow to escape their hometown someday to find love, adventure and their own true destiny. Never once in those young dreams did Sara believe she’d end up back here in the middle of her life, a divorced mother of her own rebellious teenager, with no job, no home and no future in sight. With Alex stuck in the same sinking boat and Diana ready to weigh in, Sara resigns herself to living with her mother. But time is not always kind and Sara discovers her hometown has been dying in her absence with many of those historic buildings now abandoned and whispering regrets around every corner. Faster than she can rewrite her own life, Sara is opening a coffee shop downtown while navigating the stormy waters of rebooting her childhood friendships and fending off her childhood beau Sam, who is running a charter fishing business on the bay. Just as she and her friends begin to find their safe harbor, will secrets and jealousy create waves that threaten to destroy the future they are working so hard to build? Sara, Alex and Diana will discover the power of childhood promises and regrets amidst the waves of change and loss that life holds. Can they recapture the strength of their bond in time to turn those regrets into grace and unlock the knowledge that it’s never too late to define your destiny and discover where your True North lies?