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    The Little Red Hen is a time-tested folk tale about how we reap what we sow. When the hen asks a cat, dog, and mouse for help planting some wheat, she gets no takers. They won't water, cut, grind the wheat or help bake a cake with it. So guess who eats the cake in the end? Fun and delightful narration by Daniel...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    The Upanishads are an assortment of texts central to Hinduism (or the Sanatan Dharma) recorded from oral traditions. They contain the philosophical principles and concepts of Hinduism, including karma (right action), brahman (ultimate reality), the atman (true Self or soul), moksha (liberation from the cycle of reincarnation) and other complex Vedic doctrines which explain Self-realization through the ancient yoga system and other meditational and service practices. 'Upanishad' is a Sanskrit word which translates to "sitting at the feet of" or "sitting down near.' This alludes to receiving wisdom and guidance humbly from a realized guru. There are more than 200 Upanishads. Thirteen of...read more

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    Napoléon a lancé un genre littéraire unique pour lequel il fut le meilleur, à peine approché mais pas égallé par un Gambetta ou plus récemment par le Général de Gaulle : la proclamation. Sa façon de parler aux soldats est unique. Mais sa correspondance privée ou militaire sont de modèles de construction et d'expression; On admire le penseur et le stratège.On termine celivre par le masque prophète, conte écrit à Ajaccio en...read more

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    C'était une époque lointaine, le bonheur régnait.Il n'y avait pas même d'hiver. Les humains observent les étoiles et envoie un messager pou comprendre pouquoi une est aussi brillante. Cette étoile veut devenir l'mi des humains mais ou aller. Finalement elle choisit les lacs et c'est à partir de là que les nénuphars...read more

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    Un chasseur utilise une flèche magique pour atteindre un magnifique cygne. Mais l'oiseau s'envole vers l'ouest et le chasseur part à sa recherche pendant de longues journées. Quand il finira par trouver le cygne, c'est en fait une superbe jeune femme qui va devenir sa...read more

  • Uwe Storjohann

    Die 'Karl May' Hörspielbox enthält 3 spannende Hörspielklassiker nach den Büchern von 'Karl May': - Winnetou - Der Schatz Im Silbersee - Der Ölprinz Gesamtspielzeit: ca. 160...read more

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    The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian Sanskrit text on sexuality, eroticism and emotional fulfillment in life. It is neither exclusively nor predominantly a sex manual on sex positions, but written as a guide to the art of living well, the nature of love, finding a life partner, maintaining one's love life, and other aspects pertaining to pleasure-oriented faculties of human life. The text is a mix of prose and poetry. The text acknowledges Vedic concepts, and lists desire, sexuality, and emotional fulfillment as one of the proper goals of life. Its chapters discuss methods for courtship, training in the arts to be socially engaging, finding a partner, flirting, maintaining power in a married...read more

  • A.K.A. Murray Langston The Unknown Comic

    The memoir of Murray Langston, a.k.a. "The UnknownComic," is a detailed account of the highlights and lowlights of each year of hislife, from June 27, 1944 until his sixty-ninth birthday on June 27, 2013. It's the story of how a poor kid from Montreal,being influenced by Jerry Lewis, longed to follow in his funny steps andsomehow leave Canada and make it to Hollywood. Spiced with humor, drama, and enough celebrities towarrant the alternate title Name-Droppers,Journey thru the Unknown offers manysurprising revelations, including Murray being threatened by Frank Sinatra,partying all night with Elvis Presley, spending Christmas Eve with LucilleBall, watching Bob Hope's Christmas show when he...read more

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    “And so I tell you, keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives. Everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened.” JESUS In this inspirational, spiritual biography of Lord Jesus; a simple man from Nazareth who changed the world forever by his compassion, humility, truth and love. Here is an audiobook adventure for all spiritual beings - regardless of the faith with which they identify. Let the light, love and life changing story of Jesus continue to inspire us all and cast a great light in this dark, temporary world of so...read more

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    "And so I tell you, keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives. Everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened." JESUS In this inspirational, spiritual biography of Lord Jesus; a simple man from Nazareth who changed the world forever by his compassion, humility, truth and love. Here is an audiobook adventure for all spiritual beings - regardless of the faith with which they identify. Let the light, love and life changing story of Jesus continue to inspire us all and cast a great light in this dark, temporary world of so much...read more

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    The Gita is talk between prince Arjuna and his and charioteer Krishna. At the start of the Dharma Yudhha (righteous war) between the Pandavas and Kauravas, Arjuna is filled with great moral dilemma and despair about the violence and death the war will cause in the battle against his own kin. He wonders if he should renounce and seeks Krishna's counsel, whose answers constitute the Bhagavad Gita. Krishna counsels Arjuna to 'fulfill his Kshatriya (warrior) duty to uphold the Dharma' through 'selfless action'.The Krishna–Arjuna dialogues cover a broad range of spiritual topics, touching upon ethical dilemmas and philosophical issues that go far beyond the war Arjuna faces. According to...read more

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    Set in New England, this traditional tune sung by Molly Scott tells how Mr. Fox raids the farm to feed his family, and of the exciting chase that ensues. The illustrations are projected with breathtaking detail of line and diversity of...read more