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shades within shadows
we live under the shadow of rulers, religion and ritual; of childhood fears, adult realities and hovering death. we live in shadows of varying shades, from hues of darkening night, through lightening shades of gray, to brightest light. within these shades of many shadows, our stories sawn and mature, some sad, some happy, some tragic, mostly soon forgotten, but some preserved and written about. shades within shadows tells one such tale of an entire community sucked into a maelstrom that devastates and nearly destroys them.
you can change the world
this book tells in clear, specific terms how one's role in life, though it may be a humble one, can be a vital force in creating a decent world for all of us. read and know more about this incredible book
the power of the ring
the spiritual forces and beliefs behind Tolkien's compelling novels are elegantly revealed in this second edition of the Power of the Ring. Stratford Caldecott uncovers the deeper meanings behind The Lord of the Ring trilogy and The Hobbit, drawing not only on the classic published works but also on Tolkien's writings unpublished during his lifetime. this is a guide to the vision of virtue, heroism, beauty, honor, and majesty in the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit
the hidden treasure
the spiritual reflection in this book takes up the theme of the life-long quest for the treasure of God's love- a treasure that we stumble across, find, lose, and search for again, a treasure that we must sometimes hide for, if we show it off before we possess it fully, we may endanger and even lose what we thought was ours too soon.