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The Heart of the New Thought

The main ideas of Ella Wheeler Wilcox's book are rather simple. But one shouldn't underestimate the meaning of her style. This is a "thought" about a young man, who is learning secrets of a wonderful mythical science - alchemy, which helps to transform stones into gold. It is a metaphor - the author wants to say that if we look in our own soul, we will discover just an enormous fount of strong spirit, will and power - one just should be able to see and develop it. If you are lucky enough to cope with them - you will take the treasure any alchemist ever had.
Ms. Wilcox explains why we need to work over our mind, our thoughts and how we are able to get the desirable thing. She shows how after a serious work on it one would be able to rather effectively and simply hurt, heal, conceal, using the facets of the human mind. The simplicity with which she narrates shouldn't confuse you, as every word she uses with definite purpose and deliberately.
The book can be considered as a perfect companion. It is simple, fair and wise. It is like a close friend who is able to touch your heart and it teaches us to be ourselves instead of pretending someone else. Withal the book can be regarded as a sincere conversation with a man who can give an advice, who has a wisdom to share with. That's why it is not amazing that one would turn to this masterpiece again and again and may be held it near to have an opportunity to reread it once more.
Ms. Wilcox experiences us, in the same time she shows the edges of our individuality, bringing it to the surface; simultaneously mocking at our light-mindedness and opening our potential Power and strength of Spirit. So, she gets an incredible effect playing on contrasts.
Ernest Holmes used her studies while working on his Science of Mind Philosophy. May be well-known motto comes it - change your thinking, change your life!
Anyway it is that sort of things one should think over!

For Love of the King

A little-known play (in the form of a pantomime) of an Irish writer and poet Oscar Wilde, best known by his only novel “The Picture of Dorian Gray” and social satire “The Importance of Being Earnest”. Wilde wrote it not for publication, but as gift to his childhood friend and a friend of the family, Mrs. Chan Toon. For a long time she did not give her consent for the book to be published. The play tells of a charming maiden, Mah Phru, who temporary alleviated King Meng Beng, awaiting of his bride from Ceylon, bearing him two sons.

Mike and Psmith

"Mike And Psmith" is one of the comedies written by Wodehouse. This is an amazing novel that has freshness and innocence about it that is extremely touching. Nowadays, at the times of unchecked murders and unclear elections, "Mike and Psmith" is as sunny and cheerful a book as you would like to read. Wodehouse skillfully described the characters, particularly Psmith's character is notable, and his mannerism and ingenuity make one laugh. Although, this is not the funniest novel written by Wodehouse, it is still hilarious. Wodehouse's English is so nicely crafted ,that it makes the novel bright, amazing and charming.

A Martian Odyssey

A Martian Odyssey is one of the best science-fiction works written by Stanley Grauman Weinbaum and will be interested for Weinbaum's admirers and all connoisseurs of science fiction. The writer is worth reading because he was the first among other science fiction authors who depicted aliens and other forms of life in a realistic way. On the pages of his book you will not find monsters or other fantastic creatures. All his characters are thought over carefully, with great love and interest. The book is remarkable for its humor, logic and suspense.

Indiscretions of Archie

The novel of P. G. Wodehouse is actually a collection of short stories, connected by common line of narration. The main character, unfortunate Archie, finds himself in a situation of a growing up conflict with his short of temper and rigid father-in-law, millionaire Mr. Brewster. With all this going on, every Archie’s false step turns round to be a good fortune. So, with the help of his charming wife Lucille, he makes himself career out of series of disasters. Scenes and characters, alternating each other in a cheerful bustle, won’t let readers to be bored, but captivated by irresistible humorous style on writing.

The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861

Carter Godwin Woodson was born in 1875 in New Canton, Virginia. He was a afro-american historian, writer who’s desire was to rise the interest towards the African history. He wanted those who immigrated in the USA to remember and respect their native country history. He was also a popular journalist who did everything he could for his country. He was as well one of the founders of Black History Month. Woodson was one of the first who tried to popularize the African history as a discipline in schools. He acted in such a way to bring to people the idea of importance of learning native history having an awareness and knowledge of the contributions to the world history and of an incredible heritage. He was an important member in the first pro-african association - Sigma Pi Phi and Omega Psi Phi as well. He took part in social life of America actively and struggle against prejudices and for respect for his country. In the same years appeared one of his most scholarly books, The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861 (1915). He also was the author of A Century of Negro Migration (1918).

A Hive of Busy Bees

This is a kind of book that has been handed from parents to children, from generation to generation without loosing its prevalence and charm. Thoughtful short stories for children, written by E.M.H. Williams, are able to mould character of young readers, teaching lessons of politeness and respect to the old. Let alone moral aspects of our life, it is also an exciting reading about Don and Joyce’s summer on their grandparents’ farm, where each day presents them some new adventure.

Right Ho, Jeeves

A novel about young English aristocrat Bertram Wooster and his manservant Jeeves. The action takes place mainly in London and the suburbs. Bertie is an idler, not radiant with wit, though a true noble gentleman. He gets into amusing scrapes; and it’s just smart and erudite Jeeves, who helps him to bail out of the situation. Not without reason the stories about Bertie and Jeeves are often called simply "the Jeeves books". Misadventures of Wooster and his indispensable faithful assistant will certainly make you one of numerous admirers of Wodehouse’s talent.

Maurine and Other Poems

The main ideas of Ella Wheeler Wilcox’s book are rather simple. But one shouldn’t underestimate the meaning of her style. This is a “thought” about a young man, who is learning secrets of a wonderful mythical science – alchemy, which helps to transform stones into gold. It is an metaphor – the author wants to say that if we look in our own soul, we will discover just an enormous fount of strong spirit, will and power – one just should be able to see and develop it. If you are lucky enough to cope with them – you will take the treasure any alchemist ever had.

Ms. Wilcox explaines why we need to work over our mind, our thoughts and how we are able to get the desirable thing. She shows how after a serious work on it one would be able rather effectively and simply hurt, heal, conceal, using the facets of the human mind. The simplicity with which she narrates shouldn’t confuse you, as every word she uses with definite purpose and deliberately.

The book can be considered as a perfect companion. It is simple, fair and wise. It is like a close friend who is able to touch your heart and it teaches us to be ourselves instead of pretending someone else. Withal the book can be regarded as a sincere conversation with a man who can give an advice, who has a wisdom to share with. That’s why it is not amazing that one would turn to this masterpiece again and again and may be held it near to have an opportunity to reread it once more.

Ms. Wilcox experiences us, in the same time she shows the edges of our individuality, bringing it to the surface; simultaneously mocking at our light-mindedness and opening our potential Power and strength of Spirit. So, she get an incredible effect playing on contrasts.

Ernest Holmes used her studies while working on his Science of Mind Philosophy. May be from comes well-known motto - change your thinking, change your life!

Anyway it is that sort of things one should think over!

The Evolution of Man Scientifically Disproved

William A. Williams in his work “The Evolution of Man Scientifically Disproved” unfolds the theme of everlasting strife of science and creationism. He tries, not without success, to prove that the evolution theory, so at variance with the facts and pernicious to the faith may be completely refuted. Quite an amazing reading, beginning with a discussion of the population of the world, a peculiar text book for every seeker of the truth.

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