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4 Free Inspirational Ebooks

4 Free Inspirational Ebooks

4 Free Inspirational Ebooks
by Various Authors

These ebooks include:-

  1. A Life Larger than Pain by Erv Hinds, M.D (Health And Fitness, Personal Development, Spirituality, Medical, Inspirational)
  2. Giver of Gifts by Terry Persun (Fiction, Novel)
  3. Over the Highest Mountains by Alice Resch Synnestvedt (History, Inspirational)
  4. People Who Don’t Know They’re Dead

A Life Larger than Pain

by Erv Hinds, M.D

A Life Larger than Pain by Erv Hinds, M.D

A book that draws on the interrelationship of mind, body, and spirit to break the cycle of physical and emotional pain.

  • A book that relates spirituality and medical procedures with integrity. Dr. Hinds’ knowledge not only of Western medicine, but also of legitimate insights from Oriental and Native American approaches to pain, make this a book worth reading, worth buying. – James G. Emerson, Jr. Ph.D. Past Interim President, San Francisco Theological Seminary.
  • Dr. Hinds’ book has quickly become required reading for all of the physicians trained in my program. No other source provides this valuable perspective…one not understood by most physicians treating pain. That is why it’s a must read for anyone who suffers with pain or knows someone suffering. – Kevin Pauza, M.D. Chairman of Education and Standards, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Dr. Hinds’ audience is everyone, those hurting, those who remember hurting and those who worry about hurting in the future. – Rev. Sylvia M. Casberg, D.Min.

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A Life Larger than Pain – 156 pages, 8 chapters (HTML)

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Giver of Gifts

by Terry Persun

Giver of Gifts by Terry Persun

Dying of cancer, lost in a snowy forest, Jim mysteriously connects with a deer and rediscovers love and nature’s grace. A lyrical and insightful meditation on mortality and spiritual life, Giver of Gifts tells the story of a schoolteacher who has lost his daughter and becomes estranged from his family and his life. Now, facing untreatable cancer, he needs to rediscover how to give of himself. Alone in the forest on a winter’s day, Jim has a mysterious encounter with a deer that gives him the key to reopen his heart to his wife and son, to reconnect with his own feelings and to share his deepened appreciation of nature and life.

  • A rich and inspiring novella from award winning author Terry Persun! Highly recommended. – USABookNews.com (Giver of Gifts was a finalist in the USABookNews Best Books of 2006 awards).
  • A beguiling portrait of a dying man who discovers romance in truth and the joys of living in the promise of death. – Adrianne Harun, author of The King of Limbo and Other Stories.

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Giver of Gifts – 115 pages, 13 chapters (HTML)

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Over the Highest Mountains

by Alice Resch Synnestvedt

Over the Highest Mountains by Alice Resch Synnestvedt

A courageous Norwegian nurse’s compelling account of helping to rescuing Jews from the Nazis In wartime France Praise for the Book

  • Heroism took many forms during the Holocaust. The ordinary decency of a few people – exhibited in the most difficult circumstances – was a flickering flame of light in a world of all-consuming darkness. This moving, almost exuberant memoir of one young Norwegian woman who worked with the Quakers from 1939 to 1945, gives us an outsider’s glimpse into the transit camps and the deportation trains that was the world of the Jews in France during the Shoah. She guides us – almost glides us – through the religious integrity and human solidarity that led her to side with victims, and not with their oppressors. One is grateful for such a memoir, more grateful still for such a person, for such a life. – Michael Berenbaum, Director, Sigi Ziering Institute, Theology Professor, The University of Judaism, Los Angeles; former Project Director, US Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  • Of my six siblings, three of us owe our lives to the Quakers. They helped me get to England on the Kindertransport, and Alice Resch brought my brother from Camp de Gurs to Aspet. I am grateful that other will now learn her story. – Ruth David, author Child of Our Time.
  • This account of humanitarian commitment in occupied France conveys spontaneous humanity and simple, unadulterated goodness. Once I began reading it, I could not put it down. – Hans A. Schmitt, Professor Emeritus of history, University of Virginia, author Quakers and Nazis; Inner Light in Outer Darkness

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Over the Highest Mountains – 261 pages, 10 chapters (HTML)

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