Ten Creative and powerful Works: six books, including a novel, two booklets and two songbook by Uriah J. Fields. These works are designed to promote personal growth and increase understanding of people and the Cosmos. The buyer may request the author's autograph.
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1. GRANDPA BENJAMIN (ISBN 1-4241-2285-6, 5.5 x 8.5; 161 pp; Publish America, 2006.
This is a novel that is in the guise of the recollections of a grandpa, born into slavery, narrated to his grandson that reveals the lived history of his ancestors as told to him by his mother dating back to 1776 when two of his grandparents were kidnapped in Africa and enslaved in America. This is also the story about how Grandpa and his half brother, also born into slavery, established the Zeals Community and the Zeals School in a hamlet in the South, where they were bron and lived all the years of their lives and where for several generations many of their descendants were nurtured. The legacy of these brothers continues to inspire their descendants to live productive and dignity-affirmed lives. In "Grandpa Benjamin," Uriah J. Fields has created a legendary figure, a man equipped to stand beside William Faulkner's Dilsey in "The Sound and the Fury." Grandpa Benjamin, like Dilsey has 'endured,' has seen almost everything and foretold the rest. For eighty-eight years this saintly patriarch lived a life that is enviable even in contemporary perspective. This book is part autobiographical and many parts hard-won and commonsensibly wisdom.
2. God with Us (ISBN 1-4137-2800-6, 5.5 x 8.5; 131 pp; Publish America, 2004
This book can make an extraordinary difference in the way we perceive God, others, ourselves, and the world. Here is a guide for those who desire to have a meaningful relationship with God and experience His love. The unique role of the redemptive work of Jesus Christ in God-man reconciliation and the ministry of the Holy Spirit to individuals are discussed simply and with clarity. Also presented is a day-by-day autobiographical account of the author's experience of living in the presence of God and the attendant near-perpetual joy that he derives from it. The author declares that, "Anyone can experience the presence of God, not just intermittently or occasionally, but continuously, no less than he experiences breathing.
3. Inside the Montgomery Bus Boycott - My Personal Story (ISBN 1-58851-634-2) 5.5 x 8.5; 194 pp; pub. Publish America, 2002.
This book contains the full and true story about the historic Montgomery Bus Boycott. It is a story told by an insider who was the original secretary of the Montgomery Improvement Association that spearheaded the bus boycott. The truth about the Montgomery Bus Boycott can now be known.
4. Religion Par Excellence: The Seven Storey Nature of Man (ISBN 0-938844-16-4) 5.5 x 8.5;
260 pp; American Mutuality Press, 1991. Cost $9.95.
This book answers questions that people want to know about religion, including questions that many people are afraid to ask. It explores all religions and demonstrates how people can extricate themselves from the religous trap and embrace life-enhancing religion - spirituality, truth, love, and transcendence.
5. Be the Best: Do It Easy , Do It Now (ISBN 0-9388-44-10-5) 5.5 x 8.5; 255 pp; American Mutuality Press, 1983. Cost: $9.95.
Being one's best is not just the right thing to do; it is something that any person can be and do. The message pesented in this book here is: you can be the best, without a struggle and in the here-and-now. Why settle for less than the best?
6. The Mutuality Warrior (ISBN 0-938844-15-6) 5.5 x 8.5; 138 pp. American Mutuality Press, 1990. Cost $9.95.
The Mutuality Warrior is the person who is best prepared to survive and experience freedom, meaning and peace. How are we to live our lives reasonably safe from destructiveness without withdrawing or hiding to avoid things we fear and apparent danger? This book answers that question and confronts terrorism in the spirit of a victor, not of a victim. Being a Mutuality Warrior is tantamount to being a fully-functioning person.
7. Free at Last: Prescriptions for Black Equity (ISBN 0-93844-12-1) 5.5 x 8.5; 32 pp. American Mutualtiy Press, 1986. Cost $4.00
This booklet is the digest of a full-length book that focuses on a solution to the problem of black inequity in America. It prescribes a remedy for black inequity that will result from black and white people taking the prescriptions offered in this discourse that will benefit not just black Americans but all Americans.
8. The Word for Today ( ISBN 0-938844-20-2) 3.5 x 8.5; 21 pp. American Mutuality Press, 2003. Cost $4.00.
This booklet contains three hundred and sixty-five words plus one - a word for each day of the year. By using just a single word each day a person can summon his soul to care for him/her all the day long and make every day a great day. Give us this day our daily word. Now you can have it when you get this booklet.
9. Spirit Lifting Songs (ISBN 0-938844-21-0 ) 8.5 x 11.0; 96 pp. American Mutuality Press, 2002. Cost $12.00.
This songbook contains fifty-seven new songs. The words and music for each of these songs, except for the words of several verbatim Scripture-based songs and two other songs, were composed by Uriah J. Fields. These are songs for all occasions. Some titles are: "Come on and Celebrate," "Each Life is Free," and "Let Us Explore All Religions." As Thomas Carlyle put it, "Give us, oh, give us, the man who sings at his work! He will do more in the same time - he will do it better - he will persevere longer. And the Psalmists says, "Sing a new song.
10. TWENTY-EIGHT GOOD NEWS SONGS (ISBN 0-938844-23-7, 8.5 x 11.0; 32 pp; Publish America, 2005.
This songbook contains twenty-eight songs, by composer Fields. They all have positive messages that challenge the singer, or reader, to excel and celebrate life. Included are: "If I Knew You and You Knew Me," "Sing Your Own Song," "The Peace Mssion," "Our Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.," "This is My America Too." and "Bring Some Beauty with You."
Some of these books can be purchased on line from amazon.com, bn.com or publishamerica.com. All these books and booklets can be purchased directly from the author at the P. O. Address below. When purchasing from the author add to the order price $3.00 for the first copy, plus $1.00 for each additional copy of the same book or a different book. When you order three or more copies you do not pay anything for shipping and handling.
Send your order and make your check or money order payable to:
Uriah J. Fields
P. O. Box 4770
Charlottesville, VA 22905
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Uriah J. Fields
An Amazing Book for now and tomorrow when "terrorism" is a threat to our personal security !!!
Title of Book:
"The Mutuality Warrior - The Person Best Prepared to Survive and Experience Meaning in Survival"
"How are we to live our lives reasonably safe from destructiveness without withdrawing or hiding to avoid things we fear and apparent danger?"
In a time of "equal opportunity terrorism" people are asking, even pleading, for an answer to this question that can no longer be considered simply an academic question. It is a matter of life and death or maybe life or death question.
Dr. Fields answers that question in his book, "The Mutuality Warrior." For a limited time you can purchase this book for $7.50 per copy. (See number 4 in the above book listing for additional information on how to order your copy.)