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· Bridging the Gap: Police - Japanese, Fifth Edition

· Y's of Life (Available in print and as an eBook)

· Bridging the Gap: Police - Japanese, Third Edition

· Physical Security for Information Protection

· Basic Security Management

· Object Marking in Japanese: A Self-study Programmed Lesson


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· Dad's Birthday

· Roses

· Aging

· Winter Skies

· Battered Box

· Our Garden

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Philosophy

Publisher:  Lulu.com ISBN-10:  1411698134 Type:  Non-Fiction
Pages: 

132

Copyright:  December 14, 2006 ISBN-13:  9781411698130


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A unique perspective about the reality of existence, the meaning of life, the true impact of relationships between human beings and all life as well as the spirit world, and the impact that everyone makes on the universe.


A philosophical look at the complex interconnectivity of everything throughout the universe.  Everything presents a unique perspective about the reality of existence, the meaning of life, and the true impact of a birth, death, and even a marriage.  A Zen-based, thought-provoking text about relationships between human beings and all life as well as the spirit world, and the impact that everyone makes on the universe.  Everything is not about religion and espouses no particular religious beliefs.  The author recognizes that religious beliefs are very personal and very sensitive.  Therefore, Wood skillfully presents the subject of universal energy within a context that anyone can accept without regard to a particular religious preference.
For those who believe that they may not make a difference in this world, Everything will be of particular value.  By the time you finish reading this book, Wood will have illustrated to you that you have a much greater impact, influence, and power than what you may realize.  You may wonder, who is in control?  You will learn that we are all in control.  We are all part of everything.
    


Reader Reviews for "Everything (Available in print; e-book, 2nd Ed.; and Kindle, 3rd Ed.)"


Reviewed by John Domino 8/1/2008
I have been to Hawaii and was stationed in Japan for 3 years.

A GREAT place with GREAT people.

Take care,

JMD

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