[phpwiki] carnatic.com > Karmasaya : Full Text Search Results : Books

Searching for "Books" .....

RecentChanges
* [Books] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Books]) ..... 45.56.153.213
* [Bookshops in Singapore] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Bookshops%20in%20Singapore]) ..... 202.156.2.162
* [The Books of Secrets] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=The%20Books%20of%20Secrets]) ..... 218.186.89.232
* [books] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=books]) ..... 217.228.187.120
* [Books Worth Reading] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Books%20Worth%20Reading]) ..... 217.228.191.120
* [100 banned books] (new) ..... 217.88.227.145
* [Nataraj Books] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Nataraj%20Books]) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Great Books Index] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Web Nerd Bookshelf] (new) ..... 194.39.131.39
* [Electronic Review of Computer Books] (new) ..... 172.177.240.151
* [Books That Changed My Life] ([diff|phpwiki:?diff=Books%20That%20Changed%20My%20Life]) ..... 155.56.66.13
Kishore Balakrishnan
[Books]
Welcome
!Books
Religion
* http://www.hindubooks.org/
Sandhyavandanam
* http://www.hindubooks.org/sandhyavandanam/
Index
* [Books]
Books
Books
18 Books Everyone Will Be Reading in 2018 - https://medium.com/swlh/18-books-everyone-will-be-reading-in-2018-82e017d166f
“I believe that we should read only those books that wound and stab us. If a book we are reading does not rouse us with a blow to the head, then why read it? A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside us.”--Franz Kafka
"To read well, that is to read true books in a true spirit, is a noble exercise," Henry David Thoreau writes in Walden. "A written word is choicest of relics. It is something at once more intimate with us and more universal than any other work of art. It is the work of art nearest to life itself."
[Mortimer Jerome Adler] : "In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (source : [Favorite Books & Reading Quotations|http://quotations.about.com/library/db/bltop_books.htm] )
[Rene Descartes] in [Discourse on the Method] : The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest men of past centuries.
Once there was a well known philosopher and scholar who devoted himself to the study of Zen for many years. On the day that he finally attained [enlightenment], he took all of his books out into the yard, and burned them all.
!Good Books
!My Books
* [On-Line Books at Bharatvani.org|http://www.bharatvani.org/books.html]
* [100 Best Spiritual Books of the Twentieth Century|http://www.spiritualityhealth.com/newsh/items/review-feature/item_6545.html]
* [Keith Parkins]'s [Books Worth Reading]
* [Nataraj Books]
* Craig's [BookNotes|http://booknotes.weblogs.com/] : Books, libraries, preservation, digital convergence, music, politics
* [Voice of India|http://www.voi.org/books/]
* [Books That Changed My Life]
* [Bruce Eckel]'s [books|http://www.mindview.net/Books/]
* [Ed Yourdon]'s [Virtual Book Store|http://www.yourdon.com/books/coolbooks/coolbooks.html]
* [The Atlantic Systems Guild]'s Recommended [Books|http://www.systemsguild.com/GuildSite/Guild/Books.html]
* [Ian Alexander]'s [Reviews of Books on Requirements, Systems, and Software Engineering|http://easyweb.easynet.co.uk/~iany/reviews/reviews.htm]
* [Web Nerd Bookshelf]
* [100 banned books]
[Google-Friends Newsletter for April 2003|http://www.google.com/googlefriends/moreapr03.html#wait] : Based on a real but utterly unscientific sample of books lying open on Googler desks:
Stephen Knapp
http://www.stephen-knapp.com/ : This site is for anyone interested in Spiritual Enlightenment, Eastern Philosophy, the Vedas, Vedic Culture, Yoga, Hinduism, Reincarnation and the Science of the Soul, traveling to the holy places of India, Comparative Religion, as well as global unity, peace, cooperation, and more. Here you can find information on the books of the writer, author, philosopher, spiritual practitioner, traveler, photographer, and lecturer Stephen Knapp. His books can easily and quickly help give the insights and knowledge for you to better understand who you are, your spiritual identity, where you come from, where you are going, and the real purpose of life from a spiritual point of view. [Articles|http://www.stephen-knapp.com/articles_to_read.htm]
Osho
Osho has spoken on virtually every topic of concern to modern man. He answers questions submitted to him, or comments on the teachings of other mystics and religious traditions. All these talks have been recorded and many are available as books, audiobooks, or on videotape.
* [Osho's Life|http://www.oshoworld.com/biography/] : An anthology of Osho's Life From his own books
I feel so much anger towards my mother....
In the name of religion they know only the Bible or the Koran or the Gita and they have been reading it and nothing happens, because they don't know one thing -- that you are a living being and a book is dead. And the man in the church who is delivering a sermon is just a professional. He has prepared the sermon from the books, and he goes on repeating the same sermons. Nobody listens, so nobody catches him. He is repeating the same sermon that he delivered two months before. Nobody listened that time, and nobody is listening this time. And you know that that sermon cannot change you because that sermon has not changed the preacher himself. He is just as mundane as you are -- perhaps more. I used to know a Jaina monk who was a very simple man, almost a simpleton. He asked me, "How many lectures do you have?"
He had written many books. I have gone through those books: he writes well, beautifully, but it is all stolen. Nothing is his own. Nothing is his own experience. Unless something is your own experience it is not going to impress anybody.
Practice of Meditation
In the books of Yoga, the great Rishis (sages) distinguish between Bahiranga Sadhana and Antaranga Sadhana. Bahiranga Sadhana is outer Yoga or spiritual practices designed to perfect the outer instruments of body and Prana (vital- energy). These are the ethical practices and the Yogasana and Pranayama exercises. Once the body is perfected and the Nadis or astral tubes are purified through Pranayama practices, the spiritual seeker attains fitness to start the inner Yoga or Antaranga Sadhana. This includes Pratyahara, Dharana and Dhyana-sense abstraction, concentration and meditation. The senses and the mind must be withdrawn from the sense objects and the mind must be focussed on the God within. This is inner Yoga. The outer Yoga practices are to prepare the aspirant to gain fitness to practise this inner Yoga.
Gurudeva
clear-minded books replete with explanations of everything Hindu, from the
Virginia City, Nevada, and produced tens of thousands of his books and
scriptures, books, pamphlets, art, lessons and later through CDs and the
stunning 3,000-page illustrated trilogy of sourcebooks on Saivism. The last
his super compendium of books on Hinduism so carefully compiled, classified,
are his foremost books. Each has been through several printings. All three
Subramuniyaswami enjoyed promoting his books, and in the course of his
bookstores rarely stocked enough books for the relatively large numbers who
Singapore
* [Bookshops in Singapore]
Azim Premji's Success Recipe
All the available knowledge in the world is accelerating at a phenomenal rate. The whole world's codified knowledge base (all documented information in library books and electronic files) doubled every 30 years in the early 20th century.
Saraswathi Poojai
Shri Saraswathi is the Goddess of learning, who is divine knowledge personified. The sound of Her celestial veena awakens the notes of the sublime utterances of the sacred monosyllable, "OM". She bestows the knowledge of the supreme, mystic sound, clarity of thought and nobility of ideas as represented by Her pure dazzling white clothes, with the hands holding the veena and books seated on the white lotus.
Place the Goddess Saraswathi's photo frame or idol facing the East or West besides, the books representing saraswathi. Musical instruments are also kept for the puja. Books are wrapped in a silk cloth. (Red or Pink)
First light the oil lamp. Apply sandalwood paste and kumkum on the forehead, palms and feet of the Goddess and then garland with flowers. Also apply on the books and musical instruments. Sit with folded legs on a small mat facing the Goddess.
What is the meaning of Life?
Meaning has to be created. And meaning has to be searched for without any conclusions. If you can drop your knowledge, life will suddenly take on color, it will become psychedelic. But you are continuously carrying the load of your scriptures, books, theories, doctrines, philosophies... you are lost in all that. And everything has become mixed, hotchpotch. And you cannot even remember what is what.
Meditation
[Swami Sivananda] in [Goal of Life is God-Realisation|http://www.sivanandadlshq.org/messages/goal.htm] : ...There is no Knowledge without Meditation. The aspirant churns his own soul. Truth becomes manifest...Why do you read many books? It is of no use. The great book is within your heart. Open the pages of this inexhaustible book, the source of all knowledge...
Interests
* [Books], [Articles], [Writing], [Words]
* [Books That Changed My Life]
Joel Spolsky
Joel states in [Books|http://www.joelonsoftware.com/stories/storyReader$37] : I've always felt that you can learn a lot about a person by the books they read. I suspect that if you read all the books that I've read, you will come not only to understand me, but you'll start to think like me, too. To encourage everyone to think like me, this page will contain a few of the best books I've been reading lately. I read a lot of books, and only the top 10% are going to make it into this list.
Weblog2001November
[Bruce Eckel] has made available many [books|http://www.mindview.net/Books/TICPP] online ! - Great !
[Joel Spolsky] : It's about time that I updated my crufty old list of recommended books. What books should I have up there? - [Vote for ONE Book|http://discuss.fogcreek.com/joelonsoftware/default.asp?cmd=show&ixPost=934]
You already know what to do
[Books] > You already know what to do: Ten Invitations to the Intuitive Life
Who am i?
23. Is it any use reading books for those who long for release?
All the texts say that in order to gain release one should render the mind quiescent; therefore their conclusive teaching is that the mind should be rendered quiescent; once this has been understood there is no need for endless reading. In order to quieten the mind one has only to inquire within oneself what one's Self is; how could this search be done in books? One should know one's Self with one's own eye of wisdom. The Self is within the five sheaths; but books are outside them. Since the Self has to be inquired into by discarding the five sheaths, it is futile to search for it in books. There will come a time when one will have to forget all that one has learned.
Deepavali
On this day Hindu merchants in North India open their new account books and pray for success and prosperity during the coming year. The homes are cleaned and decorated by day and illuminated by night with earthern oil-lamps. The best and finest illuminations are to be seen in Bombay and Amritsar. The famous Golden Temple at Amritsar is lit in the evening with thousands of lamps placed all over the steps of the big tank. Vaishnavites celebrate the Govardhan Puja and feed the poor on a large scale.
Good Work
[Books] > Good Work
At http://www.fastcompany.com/learning/bookshelf/goodwork.html : The core message of our Who's Fast issue is the power of good work. Now three eminent psychologists are out with a new book actually called "Good Work." In an in-depth discussion, they discuss the right way to think about your profession and career.
Bhagavad Gita
The Bhagavad- Gita is considered by eastern and western scholars alike to be among the greatest spiritual books the world has ever known. In a very clear and wonderful way the Supreme Lord Krishna describes the science of self-realization and the exact process by which a human being can establish their eternal relationship with God. In terms of pure, spiritual knowledge the Bhagavad- Gita is incomparable. Its intrinsic beauty is that its knowledge applies to all human beings and does not postulate any sectarian idealogy or secular view. It is appproachable from the sanctified realms of all religions and is glorified as the epitome of all spiritual teachings. This is because proficiency in the Bhagavad- Gita reveals the eternal principles which are fundamental and essential for spiritual life from all perspectives and allows one to perfectly understand the esoteric truths hidden within all religious scriptures. Many great thinkers from our times such as Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi and Albert Schweizer as well as Madhvacarya, Sankara and Ramanuja from bygone ages have all contemplated and deliberarted upon its timeless message. The primary purpose of the Bhagavad- Gita is to illuminate for all of humanity the realization of the true nature of divinity; for the highest spiritual conception and the greatest material perfection is to attain love of God!
Steven Vore
[Books I've Read|http://mumble.editthispage.com/books]
Richard Bach
[Books] : [Jonathan Livingston Seagull]
Henry Miller
"Books are one of the few things men cherish deeply. And the better the man the more easily will he part with his most cherished possessions. A book lying idle on a shelf is wasted ammunition."
Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
[Books] : [Wings of Fire]
How I became a Hindu
[Books] > How I became a Hindu
http://www.voi.org/books/hibh/
Rick Saenz
[Books that Changed my life|http://upstairs.weblogger.com/stories/storyReader$13]
Eric Rawlins
[Books That Changed My Life|http://www.well.com/user/woodman/books.html]
Kins Collins
[Books That Changed My Life|http://www.bayarea.net/~kins/AboutMe/Books.html]
Books That Changed My Life
[Books] > Books That Changed My Life
[Eric Rawlins] : [Books That Changed My Life|http://www.well.com/user/woodman/books.html] - Not necessarily the best books I've ever read--though that list would not be very far different from this one. But each of these books added something permanent to me--an insight, a vision, an attitude. I've placed them in roughly the order in which I encountered them:
[Rick Saenz] : [Books That Changed My Life|http://saenz.weblogs.com/stories/storyReader$25]
[Kins Collins] : [Books That Changed My Life|http://www.bayarea.net/~kins/AboutMe/Books.html] - The page starts with the following quote... Yet who reads to bring about an end however desirable? Are there not some pursuits that we practise because they are good in themselves, and some pleasures that are final? And is not this among them? I have sometimes dreamt, at least, that when the Day of Judgment dawns and the great conquerors and lawyers and statesmen come to receive their rewards -- their crowns, their laurels, their names carved indelibly upon imperishable marble -- the Almighty will turn to Peter and will say, not without a certain envy when He sees us coming with our books under our arms, "Look, these need no reward. We have nothing to give them here. They have loved reading." -- The Second Common Reader by Virginia Wolff
The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life
[Books] > The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration of Technology into Everyday Life
The Machine That Changed the World : The Story of Lean Production
[Books] > The Machine That Changed the World : The Story of Lean Production
A Brief History of Time
[Books] > A Brief History of Time
Clay Shirky
I have been a producer, programmer, professor, designer, author, consultant, sometimes working with people who wanted to create a purely intellectual or aesthetic experience online, sometimes working with people who wanted to use the internet to sell books or batteries or banking."
The Age of Reason
[Books] > The Age of Reason
Walden
[Books] > Walden
Internet Application Workbook
[Books] > Internet Application Workbook
Think on These Things
[Books] > Think on These Things by [Jiddu Krishnamurti]
Things a Computer Scientist Rarely Talks About
[Books] > Things a Computer Scientist Rarely Talks About
Microserfs
[Books] > Microserfs
The Pragmatic Programmer
[Books] > The Pragmatic Programmer
The Mythical Man-Month
[Books] > The Mythical Man-Month
a [review|http://www.yourdon.com/books/coolbooks/notes/brooks.html] by [Ed Yourdon]
The Dynamics of Software Development
[Books] > The Dynamics of Software Development
Rapid Development
[Books] > Rapid Development
About Face
[Books] > About Face : The Essentials of User Interface Design
The Future Does Not Compute
[Books] > The Future Does Not Compute
Electronic Review of Computer Books
[Links] > Electronic Review of Computer Books
[Feature Book Reviews|http://www.ercb.com/feature/feature.new.html] : "Books that are awfully significant or significantly awful."
Peopleware
[Books] > Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams
The Guild Library
[Books] / [Links] > The Guild Library
http://www.systemsguild.com/GuildSite/Books/Guild_Library.html
"...This is a reading list of our favorite new, and not-so-new, books. A book is listed here if one or more Guildoon considers it interesting enough to pass on to you. Not all the books are professional reading, however we don't guarantee that you will like our taste in leisure reading..."
Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.
[Books] > Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.
How to Think Like a Computer Scientist
[Books] > How to Think Like a Computer Scientist
Programming
!Books Online
Object-Oriented Programming
[Object-Oriented Programming Concepts|http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/java/concepts/]
Java
[The Java Tutorial|http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/] : A practical guide for programmers with hundreds of complete, working examples
Back Doors
http://www.ricksteves.com/marketplace/books/backdoors/home.htm
Hallstatt
Communing with Nature in [Hallstatt|http://www.ricksteves.com/marketplace/books/backdoors/hallstat.htm]
Wings of Fire
[Books] > Wings of Fire
The Simpler Life
[Books] > The Simpler Life
The Psychology of Computer Programming
[Books] > The Psychology of Computer Programming
http://www.geraldmweinberg.com/Bookstuff/Each_Book/Psychology.html
The Elements of Style
[Books] > The Elements of Style
Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
[Books]/[Programming] > Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing
http://www.arsdigita.com/books/panda/
Teach Yourself Scheme in Fixnum Days
[Books] > Teach Yourself Scheme in Fixnum Days
SQL for Web Nerds
[Books] > SQL for Web Nerds
http://www.arsdigita.com/books/sql/
Web Nerd Bookshelf
[Books] > Web Nerd Bookshelf
http://www.arsdigita.com/asj/bookshelf
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
[Books] > Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
Weblog2001December
* [Philip Greenspun] : [Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing|http://www.arsdigita.com/books/panda/]
[Ken Roberts] maintains the [Great Books Index]
The Nature of Order
[Books] > The Nature of Order
Net Attitude
[Books] > Net Attitude
Notes on the Synthesis of Form
[Books] > Notes on the Synthesis of Form
This is one of the most seminal books written about the design process. Alexander creates a carefully reasoned case for why design as we know it doesn't really exist and how we should re-examine the process. He is a professor of architecture at Berkeley and his opinions have made him somewhat of a pariah in the scholarly world of architecture. His thesis is that good design only comes about by discarding bad design and then doing it over. This is empirically correct but anathema to the establishment. Amusingly, the findings in the book are rejected by none other than the author himself in the preface to the second edition, but I suggest we just attribute that to artistic pique and ignore it. On page 88, Alexander presents a very interesting diagram. He doesn't name it, but I call it a "unified image" because it combines in one image what he terms the "formal description" and the "functional description". It poses a theoretical design ideal because the single image conveys not only how it works, but what it is. His definitions of the self-conscious and the un-self-conscious design processes are remarkably insightfully delineated. You will never think of design in the same way after you read them. The book is dense and wanders into the weeds near the end, but it contains some of the most provocative prose and durable analogies about crafting design solutions ever written. As an indication of its influence, it is also cited by three of the other authors in this bibliography: Heckel, Norman, and DeMarco & Lister. The latter say "[it] is considered a holy book by designers of all kinds." Unfortunately, Notes is now out of print, but absolutely worth a trip to the library or the used book store. Alexander describes a physical model consisting of programmed lightbulbs to get across the concept of interacting systems and how they disturb each other. I have long imagined that some energetic soul should translate Alexander's design into a program. It would be a fun teaching tool.
Great Books Index
[Books] > Great Books Index
http://books.mirror.org/gb.home.html
Anthony de Mello
!Books
One Minute Wisdom
[Books] > One Minute Wisdom
The Hedgehog and the Fox
[Books] > The Hedgehog and the Fox
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
[Books] : [Religion and Culture]
Nataraj Books
[Books] > Nataraj Books
http://users.erols.com/nataraj/ : Publisher and Distributor or South Asian Books
The Song of the Bird
[Books] > The Song of the Bird
ShreeRamanavami
8. Leaflets, booklets and books relating to Lord Rama are distributed.
John Muir
"One day's exposure to mountains is better than cartloads of books. See how willingly Nature poses herself upon photographers' plates. No earthly chemicals are so sensitive as those of the human soul."
Straight from the Gut
[Books] > Straight from the Gut
Nicomachean Ethics
[Books] > Nicomachean Ethics
Design for Community
[Books] > Design for Community
As A Man Thinketh
[Books] > As A Man Thinketh
The Pursuit of Wow!
[Books] > The Pursuit of Wow!
Java Modeling In Color With UML
[Books] > Java Modeling In Color With UML
Index20011224
![Books], [Magazines]
Colmar
http://www.ricksteves.com/marketplace/books/backdoors/colmar.htm
Portal
* Local : [Findpage], [Principles], [Books], [Articles], [Links], [Movies]
Ten Things Men Can Do to End Sexism and Male Violence Against Women
* 1 Read about yourself. Read articles, essays, books about masculinity, gender inequality, and the root causes of sexual violence. Educate yourself and others about the connections between larger social forces and the conflicts between individual women and men. Resources: R. W. Connell, Gender and Power; D. Gilmore, Manhood in She Making; M. Messner, D. Sabo, eds., Sport, Men and the Gender Order; J. Stoltenberg, Reusing to Be a Man.
The Natural Child
[Books] > The Natural Child
Awareness
[Books] > Awareness : The Perils and Opportunities of Reality
Don't make me think!
[Books] > Don't make me think!
Weblog2002January
[The Secret Subversive Purpose|http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown/aboutclwg.html] of [Children's Literature Web Guide]: ...If my cunning plan works, you will find yourself tempted away from the Internet, and back to the books themselves! Please remember that the Internet is not the most comprehensive source of information about children's books. Books and Libraries cover the field far better than I can ever hope to. - - - The Internet is a tremendous resource, but it will never compete with a Children's Librarian with a purposeful gleam in the eye!
Children
!Books
We want to live
[Books] > We want to live
Discourse on the method
[Books] > Discourse on the method
Alan Kay
"By the time I got to school, I had already read a couple hundred books. I knew in the first grade that they were lying to me because I had already been exposed to other points of view. School is basically about one point of view -- the one the teacher has or the textbooks have. They don't like the idea of having different points of view, so it was a battle. Of course I would pipe up with my five-year-old voice"
Tools for Thought
[Books] > Tools for Thought
The God of Small Things
[Books] > The God of Small Things
Conscious Loving
[Books] > Conscious Loving
On Liberty
[Books] > On Liberty
100 banned books
[Books] > 100 banned books
Wendell Berry
* source : http://www.tipiglen.dircon.co.uk/wendellberrybooks.htm - "I do have an interest in this book, which is for sale. (If you have bought it, dear reader, I thank you. If you have borrowed it, I honor your frugality. If you have stolen it, may it add to your confusion.) Most of the sale price pays the publisher for paper, ink, and other materials, for editorial advice, copyediting, design, advertising (I hope), and marketing. I get between 10 and 15 percent (depending on sales) for arranging the words on the pages.
The Message from Water
[Books] > The Message from Water
Der Große Gesundheits-KONZ
[Books] > Der Große Gesundheits-KONZ
The Prophet
[Books] > The Prophet
To Have or To Be
[Books] > To Have or To Be
Erich Fromm
[Books] : [To Have or To Be]
Religion and Culture
[Books] > Religion and Culture
Water
[Books]: [The message from water]
Autobiography of a Yogi
[Books] > Autobiography of a Yogi
Paramhansa Yogananda
[Books] : [Autobiography of a Yogi]
How to Mend Your Parachute
http://www.fastcompany.com/learning/bookshelf/bolles.html
Keith Parkins
He maintains pages about [Books Worth Reading], [Literature], [Gaia] etc.
Books Worth Reading
[Books] > Books Worth Reading
[Keith Parkins]' http://www.heureka.clara.net/books/ : "...The intention of this small corner of cyberspace is to try and highlight some of the many books that are worth reading. Ask for them in your book stores, recommend them to your friends, demand they appear on the shelves of your public and college libraries..."
Arthur Osborne
http://www.netnews.org/bookstore/maharshiworks.html
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Rules the World
source : http://www.himalayanacademy.com/books/talks/Cradle.html
Growing together as a couple
Was it music, dance, movie or books that you enjoyed sharing with each other when you first met? Revive your interest and enthusiasm with whatever you enjoyed in the beginning. Make a date with each other to go see a movie or read a good book together.
Tao Teh Ching
[Books] > Tao Teh Ching
The closing of the american mind
[Books] > The closing of the american mind
[Ram Samudrala]'s [Review|http://www.ram.org/ramblings/books/the_closing_of_the_american_mind.html]
Conscious Eating
[Books] > Conscious Eating
Software for the brain
[Books] > Software for the brain
Celebrating Silence
[Books] > Celebrating Silence
http://bookstore.artofliving.org/ProductDetails_V.aspx?CategoryID=14&SubCatID=34&selection=3&productID=727
Soloing : Realizing Your Life's Ambition
[Books] > Soloing : Realizing Your Life's Ambition
Willpower
his books, as a musician has to work to master his instrument.
Ceylon Corners
Available: Indian, Srilankan, Thailand, African Food items,Indian vegetables, Tamil->(CD,VCD,DVD), Video, Cassett, Books, Newspaper, Telephone cards.
Eugene P. Northrop
WHETHER YOU ACTUALLY READ the books you buy - or merely arrange them in your shelves in a way that makes your friends say 'Here is a person who is exciting to know!'
[Books]
Norman Walker
Books by Dr. Norman Walker:
The Mountain Path
[Books] > The Mountain Path
From Science to God
[Books] > From Science to God
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
[Books] > Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Prakash Sridharan
!Books
Thich Nhat Hanh
[Books] : [Interbeing : Fourteen Guidelines for Engaged Buddhism]
Interbeing : Fourteen Guidelines for Engaged Buddhism
[Books] > Interbeing : Fourteen Guidelines for Engaged Buddhism
P. T. Barnum
[Books] : [Art of Money Getting]
Art of Money Getting
[Books] > Art of Money Getting
Forgiveness
source : [Why Forgive?|http://www.plough.com/pp/books/WhyForgive.htm]
Love
[Books] : [Be Not Afraid]
The Man Who Planted Trees
[Books] > The Man Who Planted Trees
http://www.plough.com/pp/books/ManWhoPlanted.htm
Jean Giono
[Books] : [The Man Who Planted Trees]
Hindu
[How to Become a (Better) Hindu|http://www.himalayanacademy.com/books/hbh/hbh_table_of_contents.html]
More [Books]
Herbert Marcuse
[Books] : [One-Dimensional Man]
One-Dimensional Man
[Books] > One-Dimensional Man
Sadhak and Sathi
[Books] > Sadhak and Sathi
Self
knowledge you collect from books and teachers. You would do better to pay
Enlightenment
Once there was a well known philosopher and scholar who devoted himself to the study of Zen for many years. On the day that he finally attained enlightenment, he took all of his [books] out into the yard, and burned them all.
Leo Tolstoy
[Books] : [Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales]
Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales
[Books] > Walk in the Light and Twenty-Three Tales
Be Not Afraid
[Books] > Be Not Afraid
http://www.plough.com/pp/books/BeNotAfraid.htm
Wonder
source : http://www.plough.com/pp/books/OrdinaryGraces.htm
The Sunfood Cuisine
[Books] > The Sunfood Cuisine
Ron Hornbaker
http://www.bookcrossing.com/mybookshelf/reno
Ram Dass
Books : [Be Here Now]
Amalaki
Amalaki, literally meaning " the sustainer ", is also highly regarded in India that every spring there is a special day on which the tree is worshipped as being divine. It is easy to see that this holiday is motivated by sheer gratitude for a fruit the has nursed an entire society throughout the year. In fact, another of its Sanskrit names is Dhatri, " the nurse of humankind ". Amalaki has been used continuously in Ayurveda for millenia, and according the Vedas, the ancient books of wisdom, it was the first tree in the Universe.
Susan Stepney
[Ranked|http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~susan/bib/nf/ranked.htm] [Non-fiction recommendations|http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~susan/int/books.htm]
[Books]
Prayer
https://renovare.org/books/the-prayer-god-answers
[Eberhard Arnold] : [The Prayer God Answers|http://www.bruderhof.com/e-books/PrayerGodAnswers.htm] : ...Why should I pray? What should I pray for? Why has God not answered my prayers? What if everything we prayed for came true? Would I be ready?...
International Children's Digital Library
http://www.icdlbooks.org/
When it is completed in about 5 years, the International Children's Digital Library will hold about 10,000 children's books from 100 cultures targeted at children from 3 to 13. Built by the Internet Archive, the largest library on the Internet and the University of Maryland's Human-Computer Interaction Lab, worldwide supporters include the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the Finnish Institute for Children's Literature: Helsinki University Library; National Library Board of Singapore; National Library of Croatia; Swiss Institute for Child and Youth Media; the Swiss National Library; the National Library of New Zealand and the Zimbabwe Book Council. Brewster Kahl, digital librarian of the Internet Archive said universal access to all human knowledge and culture is within our grasps. "This project is bringing publishers, librarians and researchers together to make a system that works for children," Kahl said.
The library has books from more than 27 different cultures in more than 15 different languages. And while much of the collection is drawn from the public domain, the library includes about 80 books in copyright from publishers and authors as well as classics such as "Alice in Wonderland" and "Robinson Crusoe," which are no longer under copyright restriction. Access to the site at www.icdlbooks.org initially requires a direct Internet connection, such as a DSL line or a cable modem and service for those connecting by phone modems will be available in the summer 2003.
The University of Hard Knocks
[Books] > The University of Hard Knocks
We are now trying to release all our books one month in advance
for a list of books
Finds tongues in trees, books in running brooks
I. THE BOOKS ARE BUMPS--Every bump a lesson--Why the two kinds of
books only give better tools for service--"Hard knocks" graduates--
orations--My maiden sermon--The books that live have been
The Books Are Bumps
THE greatest school is the University of Hard Knocks. Its books are
Finds tongues in trees, books in running brooks,
crazy. Books in running brooks! Why nobody never puts no books in
wiser and happier." The tongues in the trees, the books in the
limestone, charcoal and other textbooks. Then they corked it up and
So books could be filled with just such stories of how people have
The fairy books love to tell about some clodhopper suddenly
Chicago on Sundays to thousands. He writes books and runs a college
did not make him great. His books did not make him great. These are
great--makes his preaching, his college and his books great.
many or any books. Yet they are educated to the degree they have
the books, remember, you are having a commencement, not an
the school of books with the school of struggle. He organized his
of my experience, I went to the books in my father's library. "As
fragments from the books together with my own native genius. I
Out of every thousand books published, perhaps nine hundred of them
the books that do live, you note that they are the books that have
been lived. Perhaps the books that fail have just as much of truth
vital impulse. They come out of the author's head. The books that
The best part of our schooling comes not from the books, but from
the men behind the books.
We study agriculture from books. That does not make us an
No. Books of theory and harmony and expression only teach us how to
the Book of Human Experience the "sermons in stones" and the "books
from the books, that it takes less wisdom to make money, than it
Ganesha
[Loving Ganesha|http://www.HimalayanAcademy.com/books/lg/]
The Programmers' Stone
[Books] > The Programmers' Stone
Friedrich Zuendel
[The Awakening|http://www.bruderhof.com/e-books/Awakening.htm] : ...One Man's Battle with Darkness...
Index2002
![Books], [Magazines], [Articles], [Writing], [Words]
* [Think on these Things], [Books That Changed My Life]
Philip Yancey
[People] > Philip Yancey is editor at large of Christianity Today and cochair of the editorial board for Books and Culture. His books include Reaching for the Invisible God (2000), The Bible Jesus Read (1999), What's So Amazing About Grace? (1998), The Jesus I Never Knew (1995), Where is God When It Hurts (1990), and many others.
Don Weaver
[Books] [The Survival of Civilization]
The Survival of Civilization
[Books] > The Survival of Civilization ( http://www.remineralize-the-earth.org/don/ )
The Key to Theosophy
[Books] > The Key to [Theosophy] ( http://www.theosophical.ca/keytheos.htm )
Kishore Balakrishnan 2002
I listen to [music], watch [movies], believe in [dreams], collect [Pearls], read [quotations], [articles], [books], collect [Links] and come across interesting [People] on the web and hope to meet all of them some day.
Thoughts for Aspirants
[Books] > Thoughts for Aspirants
Practical Internet Groupware
[Books] > Practical Internet Groupware
2009 07 12 - came across the book at the NUS bookstore near the Central Library and happily bought it at an unbelievable price :-)
The Divine Romance
[Books] > The Divine Romance
http://www.newvision-psychic.com/bookshelf/divromance.html
Disciple
http://www.bruderhof.com/e-books/Discipleship.htm
Index200301
[Health], [Books], [Movies], [Travel], [Articles], [Quotations], [Magazines]
Nishkam Gupta
four books with him -- the Bhagavad Gita, the Ramayana, The Hindu Mind
Adapt or Die
[Books] > Adapt or Die. Companies that cling to a traditional supply-chain model will have increasing competitive problems, or may not even survive - this is the main theme in Adapt or Die, a new book by Claus Heinrich, intended to appeal to a wider audience than just supply-chain-management (SCM) specialists.
Marc Gafni
[Books] : [Soul Prints|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0743417003/] :Your Path to Fulfillment
Hatha Yoga Pradipika
[Books] > Hatha Yoga Pradipika
Logistics Management Associates
[Integrated Logistics Support Handbook|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0070331391/], 2nd Edition : The Integrated Logistics Support Handbook is one of the best selling logistics reference books ever published with over 100,000 copies in print. It has become a basic reference for virtually all ILS organizations and is used as a text in many universities.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
One of the most striking aspects in the Master’s books is the enormous variety of ways in which he presents the one central question of man and his growth in perfection. Whatever the question under discussion it is invariably dealt with in terms of how man can better conduct his life.
Climbing the Blue Mountain
[Books] > Climbing the Blue Mountain
Tantra
[Osho] in [The Books of Secrets] .....is method, technique...is not intellectual, not philosophical...It is not concerned with the "why" of things, it is concerned with "how"; not with what is truth, but how the truth can be attained.....
Avadhut Gita
[Books] > Avadhut Gita
The Psychology of Romantic Love
[Books] > The Psychology of Romantic Love
Weblog2003June
20% discount on all books at Borders Singapore
Teachings of Yoga
[Books] > [Teachings of Yoga|http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/157062318X/carnaticcom] Edited By [Georg Feuerstein]
!Recommended Reading - Books
Dadaji
[TreeBooks|http://www.mahendranath.org/treebooks.mhtml]
Paul Hauck
Books
At the Feet of the Master
[Books] > At the Feet of the Master by [Jiddu Krishnamurti]
Awakening the Third Eye
[Books] > Awakening the Third Eye
Asit Chandmal
[Books] : [One Thousand Suns: Krishnamurti at Eighty-Five and the Last Walk]
One Thousand Suns: Krishnamurti at Eighty-Five and the Last Walk
[Books] > One Thousand Suns: Krishnamurti at Eighty-Five and the Last Walk
The Books of Secrets
[Books] > The Books of Secrets by [Osho] "112 Keys to the Mystery Within"
There's a spiritual solution to every problem
[Books] > There's a spiritual solution to every problem
Thank You for Being Such a Pain
[Books] > Thank You for Being Such a Pain
Masanobu Fukuoka
Books : The Natural Way of Farming, The Road Back to Nature, and The One-Straw Revolution
[On a Green Mountain With Masanobu Fukuoka (Sensei of Natural Farming)|http://www.seedballs.com/gmmfpa.html] : ....."I do not think you really understand. If you wish, take my books, study them tonight, and if you still want to learn about Natural Farming, come back tomorrow morning.".....
Six Questions That Can Change Your Life
[Books] > Six Questions That Can Change Your Life
20031113
[Bharatvani Inst. On-Line Books|http://www.bharatvani.org/books/]
The Diamond Cutter
[Books] > The Diamond Cutter
Fritjof Capra
author of [The Web of Life] among other books...
The Web of Life
[Books] > The Web of Life
Business Development
[Business Development Books|http://www.the-bookshelf.com/business/bus-dev.htm]
The Art Of Sewing
[Books] > The Art Of Sewing
[The Art of Sewing by Anna Jacob Thomas|http://www.gobookshopping.com/BookDetails.asp?bookid=19094] is less expensive and highly recommended. But there are no references in Google !
Bookshops in Singapore
[Singapore] > Bookshops in Singapore
[nbdcs: Book Distributors & Bookshops in Singapore|http://www.nbdcs.org.sg/booktrade.htm]
[Sultana Bookstore|http://www.sultanabooks.com/] - Used Books Singapore - Swap - Islamic and Indology
Joe Fitzgibbon
Books: Weight Loss for Health Gain , Fatigue
Where Are You Going?
[Books] > Where Are You Going?
The ABC of Enlightenment
[Books] > The ABC of Enlightenment
[thorsons.com: The ABC of Enlightenment: A Spiritual Dictionary For the Here and Now|http://www.thorsons.com/books/default.asp?id=27678]
The Alchemist
[Books] > The Alchemist
[thorsons.com: The Alchemist|http://www.thorsons.com/books/default.asp?id=12157]
Essential Blogging
[Books] > Essential Blogging
Robert Blackwill
books. Good does triumph over evil, although it
The Little Prince
[Books] > The Little Prince
20050109
It is the season for books. With the Book Fair being held here([Chennai]), there is a spurt in the number of books released by various publishers. [Tamil Mudi Nilayam], K. K. Nagar has released two new books for the season titled 'Sri Ayyappa Puranam' and 'Thiruppavai Karuthurai' recently. Penned by [Tamizhmudi], the books give elaborate details in the chapters. 'Sri Ayyappa Puranam' is priced at Rs. 50 and 'Thiruppavai Karuthurai' is priced at Rs. 10. They are available at H-10, K. Ponnambalam Colony, K. K. Nagar. Call +91 44 24712626 for details
Nanganallur
Ganapathy Book Centre - Pooja World - Deals with: Pooja Books, Cassettes, CDs, VCDs and Pooja Articles - No. 19, 7th Street, Ram Nagar, Nanganallur, Chennai 61 (Near 32 feet Anjaneyar Temple)
Index200909
![Books], [Magazines], [Articles], [Writing], [Words]
* [Think on these Things], [Books That Changed My Life]
Peter Seibel
[Books]
Tim Brown
Change by Design http://designthinking.ideo.com/?p=396 - [Books]
Michael Pollan
http://michaelpollan.com/books/food-rules-illustrated-edition/
2011-11-21
http://technologizer.com/2011/11/19/inside-facebooks-amazing-oregon-data-center/
Houston
http://www.thelifton19th.com/ - The Lift is a small bookstore, gift shop, and jewelry boutique on historic West 19th Street in the Heights area of Houston. I hope its new bestselling books at a discount, Waxing Poetic jewelry, whimsical gifts, and other good things will give you a lift. So come on in, relax, and browse a bit. -- Rhonda Rhodes - Owner and shopkeeper
Influence
[Books] > Influence
Index20180419
![Books], [Magazines], [Articles], [Writing], [Words]
* [Think on these Things], [Books That Changed My Life]
Now-20180719
is not written much about in books. If you can live in the eternity of
Index20180720
![Books], [Magazines], [Articles], [Writing], [Words]
* [Think on these Things], [Books That Changed My Life]
Now-20180725
is not written much about in books. If you can live in the eternity of
Direct Truth
[Books] > Direct Truth
Tsundoku
[Books] > Tsundoku
Links-2018-08-15
* Second-hand knowledge of the self gathered from books or gurus can never emancipate a man until its truth is rightly investigated and applied; only direct realisation will do that. Realise yourself, turning the mind inward. - Tripura Rahasya, 18: 89
SuccessPrinciples
[Books] > [Success] [Principles]
StevenPressfield
The War of Art - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007A4SDCG/ [Books]
2018-08-28
The best books r on the Internet.
2019
As 2018 draws to a close, I’m continuing a favorite tradition of mine and sharing my year-end lists. It gives me a moment to pause and reflect on the year through the books, movies, and music that I found most thought-provoking, inspiring, or just plain loved. It also gives me a chance to highlight talented authors, artists, and storytellers – some who are household names and others who you may not have heard of before. Here’s my best of 2018 list - I hope you enjoy reading, watching, and listening.
Here’s a reminder of the books that I read this year that appeared on earlier lists:
Here are my other favorite books of 2018:

416 matches found in 233 pages. Page generated in 0.0588 seconds on 2019/05/22 Wednesday 02:31:38am