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The Sacred Heart of Trees

Author: Toni Carmine Salerno
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This volume is filled with beautiful imagery and poetic messages by acclaimed artist and author, Toni Carmine Salerno. One of the guiding principles in his work is that everything is essentially energy; an intelligent creative energy that connects us all spiritually. This book is designed to be used as an oracle by opening it randomly at any page and allowing the image and message flow into your heart.


Jesus the Sacred Heart

Author: ROBIN L. DOW
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Throughout this compelling book channelled by Robin L. Dow, Jesus corrects vital misinterpretations of His teachings in the Bible. He also corrects many religious beliefs and provides us with clarity of vision about the true nature of Him, ourselves, and God. According to some, God is both almighty love and wrath, and Jesus explains why He cannot be anything except love. Jesus makes it clear that we have individually created our world as it presently is, with our thoughts, attitudes and behaviour, and if we want a peaceful future for humanity and our world, we need to open our hearts to view ourselves and mankind in a radically different manner. We are provided with all the tools we need to change ourselves and thus our future into abiding peace, love and happiness, and Jesus outlines how truly simple it is to achieve this.. We are left in no doubt about the need to act NOW. The feeling of Jesus’ all encompassing love for mankind is intensely palpable throughout the book, as is His depth of understanding and compassion for us in our human frailty and confusion. Always encouraging, inspiring and ever our devoted loving companion, Jesus urges us to love all as He does – unconditionally and without exception.


Messenger of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

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The Messenger of the sacred heart of Jesus afterw The Messenger

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The Sacred Heart of Jesus

Author: Stephen J. Binz
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The traditional devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus is solidly rooted in Scripture and offers a rich source of spiritual renewal today. The human heart, the biblical symbol for the human will and passion, can become hardened. But God has promised to change our hearts of stone to hearts of flesh. The heart of Jesus, pierced and flowing with living streams of blood and water, is a threshold inviting us into the experience of divine love. Discover how devotion to the Sacred Heart can be revitalized in our day through a spirituality that is biblical, ecumenical, and oriented toward the contemporary world.


The Candy Darlings

Author: Christine Walde
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A girl, grieving for her dead mother and emotionally detached from her father, becomes fast friends with a mysterious classmate who constantly eats sweets as the two of them battle the vicious popular girls at school and listen to the stories of an elderly patient at the hospital where they volunteer.


Messenger of the Sacred Heart

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France and the Cult of the Sacred Heart

Author: Raymond Jonas
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An engaging historical analysis of the cult of the Sacred Heart in France from its origins in the 17th century, through the French revolution, to the construction of Sacre-Coeur in Paris in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.


Devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Translated from the French Revised by J J Dean

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Nature Culture and Big Old Trees

Author: Katharine Anderson
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Big old trees inspire our respect and even affection. The poet Walt Whitman celebrated a Louisiana live oak that was solitary "in a wide flat space, / Uttering joyous leaves all its life without a friend a lover near." Groves and alleys of live oaks remain as distinctive landscape features on Louisiana's antebellum plantations, while massive individuals still cast their shade over churches, graveyards, parks, and roads. Cajuns have adopted the "Evangeline Oak" as one of their symbols. And the attachment that Louisianians feel for live oaks is equaled by that of Guatemalans for ceibas, the national tree of Guatemala. Long before Europeans came to the Americas, the ceiba, tallest of all native species, was the Mayan world tree, the center of the universe. Today, many ceibas remain as centers of Guatemalan towns, spreading their branches over the central plaza and marketplace. In this compelling book, Kit Anderson creates a vibrant portrait of the relationship between people and trees in Louisiana and Guatemala. Traveling in both regions, she examined and photographed many old live oaks and ceibas and collected the stories and symbolism that have grown up around them. She describes who planted the trees and why, how the trees have survived through many human generations, and the rich meanings they hold for people today. Anderson also recounts the natural history of live oaks and ceibas to show what human use of the landscape has meant for the trees. This broad perspective, blending cultural geography and natural history, adds a new dimension to our understanding of how big old trees and the places they help create become deeply meaningful, even sacred, for human beings.


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