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The Roots of Love

The Roots of Love

  • Author: Svagi Liebermeister
  • Publisher: Perfect Pubs Limited
  • ISBN: 9781905399239
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 322
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"The Roots of Love" offers insight into family constellation, an effective and powerful method to recognize family entanglements. Most often unexpected, solution-oriented interventions bring relaxation and understanding in deep human problem situations. This allows love to flow again between the members of the family system.

The Roots of Character

The Roots of Character

Includes Character Development Exercises

  • Author: Antonio L. Mcdaniel
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • ISBN: 1467061824
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 212
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Love and Loss

Love and Loss

The Roots of Grief and its Complications

  • Author: Colin Murray Parkes
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1134168179
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 448
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Loving and grieving are two sides of the same coin: we cannot have one without risking the other. Only by understanding the nature and pattern of loving can we begin to understand the problems of grieving. Conversely, the loss of a loved person can teach us much about the nature of love. Love and Loss, the result of a lifetime's work, has important implications for the study of attachment and bereavement. In this volume, Colin Murray Parkes reports his innovative research that enables us to bring together knowledge of childhood attachments and problems of bereavement, resulting in a new way of thinking about love, bereavement and other losses. Areas covered include: patterns of attachment and grief loss of a parent, child or spouse in adult life social isolation and support. The book concludes by looking at disorders of attachment and considering bereavement in terms of its implications on love, loss, and change in a wider context. Illuminating the structure and focus of thinking about love and loss, this book sheds light on a wide range of psychological issues. It will be essential reading for professionals working with bereavement, as well as graduate students of psychology, psychiatry, and sociology.

The Roots of Civilisation

The Roots of Civilisation

  • Author: Abdullah Ocalan
  • Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
  • ISBN: 3942961121
  • Category: History
  • Page: N.A
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PRISON WRITINGS - THE ROOTS OF CIVILISATION Abdullah Ocalan was the most wanted man in Turkey for almost two decades until his kidnapping and arrest in Nairobi in 1999. He has been in Prison ever since. He is the founder of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). From 1984, under his leadership, the PKK fought for an independent Kurdish state in the Southeast of Turkey. In a sustained popular uprising, thousands of Kurdish fighters took on the Turkish army to protect their Kurdish identity, culture and language from annihilation and assimilation. Since his imprisonment, Ocalan has written a number of books on Kurdish history, Kurdish politics, and perspectives for a sustainable peace process and a democratic Turkey. His Prison Writings deal with the history of the region and its major religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) and define the Kurdish position in this context, from ancient civilisations to the feudal age through the birth of capitalism and beyond.

The Roots of Christian Mysticism

The Roots of Christian Mysticism

Texts from the Patristic Era with Commentary

  • Author: Olivier Clément
  • Publisher: New City Press
  • ISBN: 1565486781
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 380
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Texts from the Patristic Era with Commentary displaying the roots of the deeply mystical spirituality that has flourished among Christians throughout the ages. By linking together a series of brilliantly chosen texts from the early centuries of the Church, the author lays bare the roots of the deeply mystical spirituality that has flourished among Christians throughout the ages. This book will appeal to anyone who is interested in the field of spirituality. It is a masterly contribution to Christian scholarship, and this second edition includes an extraordinarily useful Index.

The Roots of CONCERN

The Roots of CONCERN

Writings on Anabaptist Renewal 1952–1957

  • Author: Virgil Vogt
  • Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • ISBN: 1621899810
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 212
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In the aftermath of World War II, seven American Mennonite graduate students spent eleven days together in Amsterdam discussing their concerns around the state of North American Mennonite churches. Out of this historic gathering came a publication project known as Concern: A Pamphlet Series for Questions of Christian Renewal. While the series extended from 1952 to the early 1970s, the first four volumes, now printed in this single volume, comprise the roots, that is, the foundations that preceded the many articles that were written thereafter. Throughout The Roots of Concern, the discussion revolves around the recovery of an Anabaptist view of church life and discipleship. Here we find the seeds of a theme that would gain much attention in later years: the primary identity of the church as alternative community as opposed to its positive identification with the world. The fourteen articles in this volume cover a variety of issues such as form and spirit in the church, preaching, fellowship, discipleship, dissent, and property. An article coauthored by Yoder reveals his seminal thoughts around Mennonite church organization in relation to both biblical and contemporary denominational structures.

The Roots of Evil

The Roots of Evil

  • Author: Pavel Pecina
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • ISBN: 055708590X
  • Category:
  • Page: 132
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Using examples from the animal kingdom, the author shows how the components of human behaviour, from altruism to xenofobia, from imitation to child upbringing, contribute to our view of the world and our impact on nature. He explains how they account for some of the environmental evils of our time, with suggestions as to how we may be able to alleviate them.The civilised, or rather, self-domesticated humans managed to do away with nearly all the usual factors of natural selection. It is likely that all dysfunctions of human behaviour and ecology are rooted in this fallacy.Still, there are many ways to rehabilitate both ourselves and the damage we have caused. The first step: a critical look at ourselves both as individuals and as a society, a frank self-assessment without double standards or rose-tinted glasses. Then learn from our mistakes and faults, forswear our crimes and attempt to atone for them.

Feuerbach - The Roots of the Socialist Philosophy. Theses on Feuerbach

Feuerbach - The Roots of the Socialist Philosophy. Theses on Feuerbach

  • Author: Friedrich Engels,Karl Marx,Austin Lewis
  • Publisher: Mondial
  • ISBN: 1595691286
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 104
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"This work is a testimony with regard to the method employed by Marx and Engels in arriving at their philosophical conclusions. It is the statement of the philosophical foundations of modern socialism by one who helped to lay them; it is an old man's account of the case upon the preparation of which he has spent his entire life, for, this work, short as it is, represents the results of forty years of toil and persevering effort." [Austin Lewis] --- "Marx has died without either of us having had an opportunity of coming back to the antithesis ... We never came back to Feuerbach, who occupies an intermediate position between the philosophy of Hegel and our own ... Under these circumstances a short, compact explanation of our relations to the Hegelian philosophy, of our going forth and departure from it, appears to me to be more and more required. And just in the same way a full recognition of the influence which Feuerbach, more than all the other post-Hegelian philosophers, had over us, during the period of our youthful enthusiasm, presents itself to me as an unendurable debt of honor ... On the other hand, I have found in an old volume of Marx the eleven essays on Feuerbach printed here as an appendix. These are notes hurriedly scribbled in for later elaboration, not in the least degree prepared for the press, but invaluable, as the first written form, in which is planted the genial germ of the new philosophy." [Friedrich Engels]

The Roots of Texas Music

The Roots of Texas Music

  • Author: Lawrence Clayton,Joe W. Specht
  • Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
  • ISBN: 9781585444922
  • Category: History
  • Page: 248
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The music of Texas and the American Southwest is as diverse and distinctive as the many different groups who have lived in the region over the past several centuries,” writes Gary Hartman in his introduction to this refreshingly different look at various genres of Texas music. Roots of Texas Music celebrates the diverse sources of the music of the Lone Star State by gathering chapters by specialists on each of them—specialists whose views may not have dominated the perception of Texas music to date. Editor Lawrence Clayton conceived this project as one that would not simply repeat the common wisdom about Texas music traditions, but rather would offer new perspectives. He therefore called on contributors whose work had been well-grounded but not necessarily widely published. The result is a lively, captivating, and original look at the musical traditions of Texas Germans and Czechs, black Creoles and Chicanos, and blues and gospel singers. Hartman’s introduction places these repertoires within the larger picture of one of the most fertile musical seedbeds the nation knows. The diverse genres included in the anthology also provide an introduction to the classes, cultures, races, and ethnic groups of Texas and highlight the ways in which the state’s musical wealth has influenced the listening habits of the nation.