The Song of Songs
THE SONG OF SONGS: FORMATTED AS A LOVERS’ POETIC DIALOGUE
Think the Bible is stuffy? You’re in for a huge surprise. Solomon’s “Song of Songs”, which is found in the Hebrew Bible, is a beautiful, sacred and erotic masterpiece that reverberates on many levels — from the courtship of the king and his betrothed, to the mystical wedding of Heaven and Earth, to the sweet, sensual pillow talk of all happy lovers. This adaptation, which alters none of the words, is merely written out clearly as a poetic dialogue and is meant to be read out loud together by couples. A wonderful Valentine’s Day gift, or any time you are feeling romantic. (Also available in KINDLE). 35 pp.
“The Song of Songs is one of the most beautiful pieces of literature in the world. Reading it aloud with a lover will make it clear why this is so.” – Jennifer Cameron-Smith
From Joshua to Jesus
FROM JOSHUA TO JESUS: A BRIEF CHRONICLE OF THE KINGS, EMPIRES, LEGENDS AND IDEAS, THAT PAVED THE WAY TO BETHLEHEM
In this comprehensive little book, Andrew Cort brings to life the history and legends of the twelve hundred years between the conquering of the Promised Land and the birth of Jesus. It includes the stories of Saul, David, and Solomon, the building of the Temple and the origin of the Freemason legend, the fate of the Ten Lost Tribes, the miracles of Elijah, the Babylonian Exile, Queen Esther and the Purim Festival, the influence of Aristotle and Epicurus, Judah Maccabee and the story of Chanukah, the building of the second Temple, the canonization of the Hebrew Bible, Caesar and Cleopatra, the Roman oppression, the origins of the Pharisees, Sadducees, and Essenes, the birth of Jesus, plus much more. (Also available in KINDLE) 103 pp.
“The reader is taken on an exhilarating journey spanning the tumultuous twelve centuries preceding the birth of Jesus Christ” – Roberta Edgar
Eat Healthy: Live Longer, Live Kinder
EAT HEALTHY: LIVE LONGER, LIVE KINDER
Eating well is not a dreary, unfair punishment. Wholesome, nutritious food is delicious and enjoyable. Eating well is living well, with love and respect for ourselves, for each other, and for the planet. This book contains all the information you need, including a sampling of healthy appetizing recipes. While we are looking for better treatments after we get sick, and finding ways to cut medical costs and get health insurance coverage for everyone without destroying our economy, it seems lost on many people that the vast majority of our healthcare problems could be avoided, lessened, or healed, by simply cutting out all the unhealthy foods that we eat, and switching to a healthy, natural diet. This would not just be better for our bodies. It would also be better for our hearts and minds, and all of life. (Also available in KINDLE) 124 pp.
Includes 10 fantastic vegan recipes from Chef Rhea Parsons!
The American Psyche in Search of its Soul
THE AMERICAN PSYCHE IN SEARCH OF ITS SOUL: FREEDOM, EQUALITY, AND THE RESTORATION OF MEANING
At a time when the nation is becoming more and more divided, when anger and antagonism are percolating everywhere, plenty of exploitative politicians, writers, and media personalities are cheerfully stirring people up with sarcasm, calls to arms, and simplistic, half-baked 'solutions' to America's problems. THE AMERICAN PSYCHE IN SEARCH OF ITS SOUL is written for people who are not willing to be swayed by either the fundamentalist ultra-right or the atheistic ultra-left, but are searching for thoughtful analyses of contemporary problems and thoughtful solutions that respect both the rational mind of humanity and the spirit of humanity. And it is for readers who wish to restore civility and meaning to our national life. (Also available in KINDLE) 252 pp.
“This learned and inspirational book rescues philosophy from the mathematicians, sex from the hedonists, religion from empty sanctimony, and science from barren materialism. A must read for all of us who seek a meaningful life in the new millennium.” – George Gilder
The Beauty and Nobility of Life: The Restoration of Meaning in a World Overwhelmed by Commercialism, Scientism, and Fundamentalism
THE BEAUTY AND NOBILITY OF LIFE has several related themes. First, it critiques many aspects of contemporary life that try to extinguish that radiant “gleam of light” (Emerson’s phrase) we all possess and turn us into powerless servants of the status quo: mindless conformity; excessive consumerism; disrespect for ourselves, others, and nature; and narrow-minded, fall-in-line thinking. The book then turns to the sanctity of the individual, the magnificence of life, and the unity and Oneness of all creation. In a time of so much anger, divisiveness and hate, it emphasizes love, compassion, creativity, dignity, thinking for oneself, standing up to power, and intuiting higher levels of life beyond what can be seen, heard, or touched, in order to transcend our limitations and discover our true place in this marvelous universe.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction by Stephen Larsen
- What Went Wrong?
- A Meaningful Education
- Emerson: “I Must Be Myself”
- Science and Reason
- On Healing
- My Brother’s and My Sister’s Keeper
- Beyond Religious Tolerance
- The Stewards of the Earth
A Coloring Book for Women
This Coloring Book for Women is the creation of Dianna Mullane and Kathi Casey. This book features 30 designs that are meant to empower, inspire and bring a smile to the faces of women everywhere.
There are drawings of deities and symbols from all over the world, and of many different cultures. Drawings include the Eye of Horus, the Tree of LIfe, Brigid of the Celts, Yemaya the African Water Goddess and many more. There are also a few blank pages for doodling.
The authors hope that these drawings (and coloring them) will bring inspiration, comfort and clarity to women who will hopefully find joy in their own creativity.