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Story of a Reversion

Author : O Sruthi
Publisher : Bouddhikam Books
Release : 2022-12-03
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9788194456711
File Size : 33,9 Mb
Total Download : 330


Book Summary: The news of Sruthi, belonging to a Havyaka Brahmin family in Kasaragod, converting into Islam as Rahmat had become highly controversial. This school teacher was amongst those thousands who had converted due to deception. By the grace of god, this young lady had the good fortune of coming to Aarsha Vidya Samajam and learning Sanatana Dharma. Having realized the folly of converting, she returned to Sanatana Dharma and resolved to be a full-time volunteer with Aarsha Vidya Samajam. She has played a pivotal role in bringing back a thousand others like her. Her video on YouTube has garnered more than 4M views. Through this book, she discusses the real causes behind religious conversions and their solutions. Sruthi hopes that no one else must face the agony and humiliation that her parents had to go through and that no one else must convert falling prey to misconceptions.

The Reversion

Author : Steven Smith
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release : 2017-10-14
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 1537399411
File Size : 32,9 Mb
Total Download : 915


Book Summary: Jim Wyatt had always said that if everything fell apart, he didn't want to just survive - he didn't want to notice. When the world did crash, his family's home of Stonemont became not only a refuge, but a place where it might be possible to start over again, and reclaim the American ideal. Among the many novels in the SHTF/TEOTWAWKI genre, The Reversion stands apart - and, perhaps, alone. It does not follow the survival learning curve of the unprepared or minimally-prepared, as so many excellent books have already done so well. Rather, it is the story of a man who was prepared, and of how his preparation and foresight provided not only a safe haven for him and his family, but a re-start point for those who come together to survive the collapse of the world around them. As such, it is an unbelievably positive book about an unbelievably negative circumstance, and carries within it the lessons of preparedness and survival that every person should strive to learn. Tightly woven into the story are threads of history, morality, politics, economics, philosophy and comparative justice - the kind America was founded on, the kind they had devolved to under the weight of an increasingly liberal and socialist society, and the kind that might re-establish a society reflective of America's original ideals. As these threads are woven into the fabric of the larger story of survival, the realization emerges that a great catastrophe enabled the return of what makes us, as human beings, truly happy and fulfilled, and that, perhaps, only a great catastrophe could. The Reversion, written by an expert in survival and preparedness with an interesting government and non-government background, is destined to be an instant classic in the preparedness/survival genre. More than a good story, it is a manual and a resource for all who are interested in these fields, and deserves to be kept on your desk or chair-side table where it can be read, re-read and referred to often.

The Spirit's Tether

Author : Mary Ellen Konieczny
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Release : 2013-07-01
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9780199325450
File Size : 10,8 Mb
Total Download : 540


Book Summary: Cultural conflicts about the family - including those surrounding women's social roles, abortion, same-sex marriage, and contraception - have intensified over the last few decades among Catholics, as well as among Americans generally. In fact, they are the source of much of the political polarization we see. But how do individuals in local settings and cultures - especially religious ones - experience and participate in these conflicts? Why are they so resonant? By exploring how religion and family life are intertwined in local parish settings, Mary Ellen Konieczny seeks to explain how and why Catholics are divided about the family. The Spirit's Tether presents a detailed comparative ethnographic analysis of the families and local religious cultures in two Catholic parishes, one conservative and one progressive. Through an examination of the activities of parish life and the faith stories of parishioners, this book reveals how parishes support and shape the ways in which Catholics work out the routines of marriage, childrearing, and work-family balance, as well as how they connect these everyday challenges to public politics. Local parishes, Konieczny argues, promote polarization through practices that unintentionally fragment the Catholic tradition.

Retelling Stories, Framing Culture

Author : John Stephens,Robyn McCallum
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2013-01-11
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN : 9781136601491
File Size : 30,8 Mb
Total Download : 692


Book Summary: What happens to traditional stories when they are retold in another time and cultural context and for a different audience? This first-of-its-kind study discusses Bible stories, classical myths, heroic legends, Arthurian romances, Robin Hood lore, folk tales, 'oriental' tales, and other stories derived from European cultures. One chapter is devoted to various retellings of classics, from Shakespeare to "Wind in the Willows." The authors offer a general theory of what motivates the retelling of stories, and how stories express the aspirations of a society. An important function of stories is to introduce children to a cultural heritage, and to transmit a body of shared allusions and experiences that expresses a society's central values and assumptions. However, the cultural heritage may be modified through a pervasive tendency of retellings to produce socially conservative outcomes because of ethnocentric, androcentric and class-based assumptions in the source stories that persist into retellings. Therefore, some stories, such as classical myths, are particularly resistant to feminist reinterpretations, for example, while other types, such as folktales, are more malleable. In examining such possibilities, the book evaluates the processes of interpretation apparent in retellings. Index included.

Allegiance to God and Corps

Author : Hafiz Naim Ali Camp
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
Release : 2011
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781426958229
File Size : 18,9 Mb
Total Download : 961


Book Summary: Allegiance to God and Corps is a memoir that explores the life experiences of Hafiz Naim Ali Camp, a US Marine who converted to Islam when he was a staff sergeant in 1994. He shares sixteen years of experiences, both positive and negative, as he took advantage of the opportunity to meet diverse groups of people and to share stories about their families and cultures. Of all the places he visited, the two that had the biggest impact on him were Palestine and Bosnia, because of the atrocities the people experienced under the ruling forces that governed each of them. He recalls firsthand stories from two Bosnian brothers who fought in the Bosnian War as teenagers and who went on to become marines. Camp also talks about his relationships and experiences with six military Muslim chaplains-four in the navy, one in the air force, and one in the army. All of these stories provide a vivid picture of what it's like to be a Muslim in the US military, as well as the challenges it brings each day. Finally, he writes about the tragic events of 9/11, Fort Hood, and the controversial Ground Zero Masjid incidents that have had a devastating impact on the Muslim communities world-wide.

Take Back Your Book

Author : Katlyn Duncan
Publisher : Silent Storm Publishing
Release : 2021-08-26
Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN : 195455902X
File Size : 20,8 Mb
Total Download : 384


Book Summary: Have you sold your book to a publisher, but years later it's not selling the way you want? Are you frustrated with the lack of marketing for your novel and low royalty payments?It's time to take back your book. This short guide will give you the confidence and knowledge you need to ask for rights reversion and take control over that book again. In 'Take Back Your Book: An Author's Guide to Rights Reversion and Publishing on Your Terms' you'll find:?The basics of rights reversion?How to ask for your book rights back ?What happens when you do, or don't get those rights back?What to do after your rights are reverted?How to self-publish your novel?Long-term considerations for your author business and backlistThis book features interviews with authors who successfully acquired their book rights after publication and their continued successes. You will always be your book's biggest champion. Don't condemn it to years of neglect at someone else's hands. Take back your rights and put it to work for years to come.

Giving Up the Gun

Author : Noel Perrin
Publisher : David R. Godine Publisher
Release : 1979
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 0879237732
File Size : 37,8 Mb
Total Download : 435


Book Summary: Lord Hideyoshi, the regent of Japan at the time, took the first step toward the control of firearms. It was a very small step, and it was not taken simply to protect feudal lords from being shot at by peasants but to get all weapons out of the hands of civilians. He said nothing about arms control. Instead, he announced that he was going to build a statue of Buddha that would make all existing statues look like midgets. It would be so enormous (the figure was about twice the scale of the Statue of Liberty), that many tons of iron would be needed just for the braces and bolts. Still more was required to erect the accompanying temple, which was to cover a piece of ground something over an eighth of a mile square. All farmers, ji-samurai, and monks were invited to contribute their swords and guns to the cause. They were, in fact, required to. -- from publisher description.

The Yiddish Policemen's Union

Author : Michael Chabon
Publisher : Harper Collins
Release : 2012-01-24
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780062124586
File Size : 18,9 Mb
Total Download : 334


Book Summary: For sixty years Jewish refugees and their descendants have prospered in the Federal District of Sitka, a "temporary" safe haven created in the wake of the Holocaust and the shocking 1948 collapse of the fledgling state of Israel. The Jews of the Sitka District have created their own little world in the Alaskan panhandle, a vibrant and complex frontier city that moves to the music of Yiddish. But now the District is set to revert to Alaskan control, and their dream is coming to an end. Homicide detective Meyer Landsman of the District Police has enough problems without worrying about the upcoming Reversion. His life is a shambles, his marriage a wreck, his career a disaster. And in the cheap hotel where Landsman has washed up, someone has just committed a murder—right under his nose. When he begins to investigate the killing of his neighbor, a former chess prodigy, word comes down from on high that the case is to be dropped immediately, and Landsman finds himself contending with all the powerful forces of faith, obsession, evil, and salvation that are his heritage. At once a gripping whodunit, a love story, and an exploration of the mysteries of exile and redemption, The Yiddish Policemen's Union is a novel only Michael Chabon could have written.