Dan Smith





Dan Smith


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Average rating: 3.91 · 451 ratings · 35 reviews · 113 distinct works · Similar authors
The State of the World Atlas

3.97 avg rating — 37 ratings — published 2000 — 9 editions
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Ghosts of Cincinnati (OH): ...

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Ghosts of Bobby Mackey's Mu...

4.38 avg rating — 16 ratings — published 2013 — 4 editions
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Le Village

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Macho Women with Guns

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The Wind and the Rudder: Ho...

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The Penguin State of the Mi...

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CrossFit: Top 100 CrossFit ...

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Protest And Survive

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With The Light Of Truth

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“As we encounter each other, we see our diversity — of background, race, ethnicity, belief – and how we handle that diversity will have much to say about whether we will in the end be able to rise successfully to the great challenges we face today.”
Dan Smith, The State of the World Atlas

“Knowledge is not the same as wisdom. You can know all the facts and still not be able to act wisely. But without knowledge, it is harder to be wise –– even if what wisdom tells us is that knowledge is very often provisional and that we cannot wait to have certainty about every fact before we act.”
Dan Smith, The State of the World Atlas

“When we are waiting, it may seem like nothing is happening, but waiting is definitely not a passive activity. Waiting is neither easy nor passive. It is hard work. It is during the work of waiting that we begin to struggle with questions like whether we have really heard from God. It is while we wait that we begin to wonder if maybe we missed God somewhere, or if maybe we have sinned in some way and got disqualified. After”
Dan Smith, The Wind and the Rudder: How to Live in the Power of the Spirit Without Becoming Weird



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