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Mere Christianity
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recommended to Cingashe Nogaya by: Stormie Omartian in her autobiography
read in November, 2009
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Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
Mere Christianity
by C.S. Lewis
recommended to Cingashe Nogaya by: Stormie Omartian in her autobiography
read in November, 2009
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Straight to the point and relevant even today - gives gems of truth to believers. ( and non believers for that matter) But truelly deals with the core of being a christian. Great foundation.
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The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon
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The Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav
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Money and Power by Sarah Bracking
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The Financialisation of Power in Africa by Sarah Bracking
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Cingashe Nogaya is now a fan of Edwin Cameron
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Justice by Edwin Cameron
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Making Good Habits, Breaking Bad Habits by Joyce Meyer
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Stormie by Stormie Omartian
Stormie: A Story of Forgiveness and Healing
by Stormie Omartian (Goodreads Author)
recommended for: Everyone
read in May, 2008
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This book really shows us how far we can all travel in order to live the life we want - its possible. Stormie is proof.
It is real and I can relate to it. Although our upbringings are different never underestimate the power of empathy. Awesome discov
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Julie Hockley
“How do you know when you're There, I had once wondered. Maybe you're lucky enough to notice the moment it's happening to you. Maybe you're able to block out all the other stuff that is, in the end, just background noise. But, most often, you don't know that you were There until you lose it, or until it gets taken away from you. When you look back, you clearly see that time, that place, when all the pieces of you had finally fit together to make you blissfully happy, make you your whole self. Like one of those jumbo puzzles that take up your entire kitchen table for weeks, the tiny pieces are just cardboard shapes with colors splashed on them, and they don't make any sense until you find their rightful place among the other pieces. When you put the last piece into place and the pieces now form a complete picture, that's when you're There. But while you were busy thinking about gluing the puzzle together, so that the pieces would never be apart again, someone comes from behind you, destroys the last piece and throws the rest of the pieces away. Even if you could muster up enough courage to put the pieces back together, the picture would never be complete again, because of the last missing piece...which, as it turned out, was smack in the middle, or in the heart, of the picture.”
Julie Hockley, Crow's Row

C. JoyBell C.
“Before, I wanted to say: "I found love!" But now, I want to say: "I found a person. And he belongs to me and I belong to him.”
C. JoyBell C.

Louisa May Alcott
“Be worthy love, and love will come.”
Louisa May Alcott, Little Women

Lev Grossman
“Though the funny thing about never being asked for anything is that after a while you start to feel like maybe you don’t have anything worth giving.”
Lev Grossman, The Magician King

Criss Jami
“It often occurs that pride and selfishness are muddled with strength and independence. They are neither equal nor similar; in fact, they are polar opposites. A coward may be so cowardly that he masks his weakness with some false personification of power. He is afraid to love and to be loved because love tends to strip bare all emotional barricades. Without love, strength and independence are prone to losing every bit of their worth; they become nothing more than a fearful, intimidated, empty tent lost somewhere in the desert of self.”
Criss Jami

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