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The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
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I admire any author that can write a 160 page book, with many of the pages only a few lines, and still
have a lot of meaningful things to say. The War of Art personifies "Resistance" as the true enemy of
our creative spirit and inner core; the one we a
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Forgotten God by Francis Chan
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A real eye-opener and a heart-opener. If the Holy Spirit lives in us as believers, what does that mean? Is this the great mystery of the world now revealed--as Paul writes in Colossians? Amazing subject matter. A lot to ponder and pray about...
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Thomas Jefferson by Jon Meacham
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Great insights into the privileged Virginian aristocracy stemming from America's British roots. Amazing all the in-fighting even back then between the Federalists (Washington, Adams and Hamilton) and the Republicans (Jefferson, Madison, Monroe). Not ...more
The Letters of Vincent van Gogh by Vincent van Gogh
"Such visions of beauty always impress me thus: as indecipherable equations whose symbolic properties have grown so absurd, so abstract and unreal their significance has transcended all human comprehension. They leave me cold, lonely, scornful, an..." Read more of this review »
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Killing Kennedy by Bill O'Reilly
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The Course of Human Events by David McCullough
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