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The Son of a Poor Man

Author : Moinnin Dosso
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An unfortunate baby who became miserable when his mother died when he was just a couple of months old, went through Avery difficult life with a lot of ups and down but he never gave up fighting. He was always positive and full of determination to improve his life. Nothing was an easy ride for him. Life is a struggles we should never throw in the towel no matter what.

The Poor Man s Son

Author : Mouloud Feraoun
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A direct response to Albert Camus' call for Algerians to tell the world their story, The Poor Man's Son remains after half a century the definitive map of the Kabyle soul.

A Little Manual of the Poor Mans Daily Devotion Collected out of several pious and approved authors by W C i e William Clifford The third edition etc

Author : William Clifford
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Dr Chase s Home Adviser and Every Day Reference Book

Author : Alvin Wood Chase
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The popular educator

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The Popular Educator

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Morte Darthur Sir Thomas Malory s Book of King Arthur and of His Noble Knights of the Round Table by Edward Strachey

Author : Thomas Malory
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The Birth Life and Acts of King Arthur

Author : Sir Thomas Malory
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The Child s Story Bible

Author : Catherine F. Vos
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Color pictures, maps, and a glossary clarify these simplified biblical stories from both the Old and New Testaments.

A Code of Jewish Ethics Volume 2

Author : Rabbi Joseph Telushkin
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“Jewish thinkers don’t talk all that much about love. All too often we leave that to Christian theologians. But in this excellent volume, Rabbi Joseph Telushkin puts the commandment to love at the center of Jewish theology and experience. This is a book that will change the way you think about–and practice–Judaism.” –Professor Ari L. Goldman, Columbia University, and author of The Search for God at Harvard “Love your neighbor as yourself” is the best-known commandment in the Bible. Yet we rarely hear anyone talk about how to apply these words in daily life. In this landmark work, Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, one of the premier scholars and thinkers of our time, gives both Jews and non-Jews an extraordinary summation of what Jewish tradition teaches about putting these words into practice. Writing with great clarity and simplicity as well as with deep wisdom, Telushkin covers topics such as love and kindness, hospitality, visiting the sick, comforting mourners, charity, relations between Jews and non-Jews, compassion for animals, tolerance, self-defense, and end-of-life issues. This second volume of the first major code of Jewish ethics written in the English language is breathtaking in its scope and will undoubtedly influence readers for generations to come. It offers hundreds of practical examples from the Torah, the Talmud, the Midrash, and both ancient and modern rabbinic commentaries–as well as contemporary anecdotes–all teaching us how to care for one another each and every day. A Code of Jewish Ethics, Volume 2: Love Your Neighbor as Yourself is a consummate work of scholarship. Like its acclaimed predecessor, which received the National Jewish Book Award, it is rich with ideas to contemplate and discuss, while being primarily a book to live by. Nothing could be more important in these strife-torn times than learning how to love our neighbors as ourselves. The message of this book is as vital and timely now as it has been since time immemorial.