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A Dark Path To Freedom

Author: Enver Altayli
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1849046972
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Born in Margilan, Central Asia on the eve of the Russian Revolution of 1917, Ruzi Nazar had one of the most exciting lives of the twentieth century. Charming, intellectually brilliant and passionately committed to the liberation of Central Asia from Russian rule, his life was a series of adventures and narrow escapes. He was successively a Soviet student, a Red Army officer, an officer in the German Turkestan Legion during World War II, a fugitive living in postwar Germany's underworld, and finally an immigrant to the United States who rose high in the CIA. Here he mixed with the powerful and famous, represented the US as a diplomat in Ankara and Bonn, and became an undercover agent in Iran after the hostage crisis of 1979-81. Nazar's foresight was formidable. He predicted that communism would collapse from within, briefing Reagan on the weakness of the Soviet system before the Reagan-Gorbachev talks. A Muslim who rejected Islamism, his warnings to the US government about the dangers of Islamic radicalism fell on deaf ears. This remarkable biography casts unique light on the lives of people caught up in the turmoil of the Soviet Union, World War II, the Cold War, and the struggle of nationalities deprived of their freedom by communism to regain independence.

Dark Energy And Human Consciousness

Author: Tom Cahalan
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452515956
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Nobody knows how life was first breathed into the first atom, molecule, or cell; all biologists can do is to suggest the most reasonable possibilities by analysing the oldest DNA available. Scientists postulate that life emerged from non-life via natural processes about 3.7 billion years ago. It then evolved (and continues to evolve) to higher levels of complexity based on mutation, natural selection, and time. In other words, scientists believe that life is purely a physical phenomenon. There are logical arguments, based on scientific concepts, suggesting that dark energy is a non-physical force that influences life and is the source of reason, intelligence, compassion, and love. If we acknowledge and nurture this non-physical (dark energy) aspect of our beings, it will bring balance to our minds and move us from selfishness to love, care, and compassion. Is this the path to freedom from selfishness, corruption, abuse of power, and greed; and consequently from poverty, starvation, conflict and war?

The Underground Railroad

Author: Carole Marsh
Publisher: Gallopade International
ISBN: 9780635063595
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Teachers' aids for the study of the Underground Railroad.

The Book Of Seven

Author: Victor Leonard
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN: 9781631852183
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Do you know someone who struggles through life, desperately trying to rid themselves from the demons of drugs or alcohol, perhaps someone close, a family member or spouse? Have you ever met anyone who contemplated, attempted, or succeeded in committing suicide? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then I humbly ask you to read this book, because it will provide you with answers where previously there were none and allow you to help save someone when that time comes! This book contains only true faith-driven examples on how the light must overcome the darkness in someone's life and how good stands above evil when we trust in God. The Book of Seven is comprised of seventy-seven chapters, each containing seven hundred and seventy seven prophetic words that define life's struggles and dark secrets that many of us carry around and live with. Make no mistake, our enemy is alive and well in the world, devouring souls by the millions and driving good people to the point of self-harm and suicide. Life is sometimes very difficult; its hardships and unforeseen events can devastate a decent person as it surely did to me. I now pass this healing wisdom on to you. God granted me grace, so may you be blessed with the magnificent calm in the mighty turmoil of life. May the love of Christ enrich your life and set you on a new course that will make you smile and say, I am going to be all right today! I sincerely hope that you might come to cherish dearly these life lessons for many, many years to come.

Out Of The Darkness

Author: Karrie Wallen
Publisher: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 145660922X
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Whether we can put words to it or not, many of us are searching for - longing for - the same thing. We desire peace, joy and freedom; our souls yearn for alignment with the Essence of who we are; and our unique breathtaking song awaits our surrender in order to be sung. Out of the Darkness chronicles one woman's final journey of emergence from an agonizingly painful Dark Night of the Soul into freedom and living life as a creative force. That which began as a week long project became a year long unexpected path to freedom and an understanding of life as the song of the Soul. Out of the Darkness is a transformational journey of seismic proportions from feeling dominated, burdened and enslaved by life into the bliss of freedom and the light of rude magnificence.

Path Of Freedom

Author: Jennifer Hudson Taylor
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426752636
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With only a quilt to guide them, Quakers Flora Saferight and Bruce Millikan reluctantly agree to put their differences aside to safely transport a pregnant slave couple on the Underground Railroad.

Mut Zur Freiheit

Author: Yeonmi Park
Publisher: Goldmann Verlag
ISBN: 3641178797
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Yeonmi Park träumte nicht von der Freiheit, als sie im Alter von erst 13 Jahren aus Nordkorea floh. Sie wusste nicht einmal, was Freiheit ist. Alles, was sie wusste war, dass sie um ihr Leben lief, dass sie und ihre Familie sterben würde, wenn sie bliebe - vor Hunger, an einer Krankheit oder gar durch Exekution. In ihrem Buch erzählt Yeonmi Park von ihrem Kampf ums Überleben in einem der dunkelsten und repressivsten Regime unserer Zeit; sie erzählt von ihrer grauenhaften Odyssee durch die chinesische Unterwelt, bevölkert von Schmugglern und Menschenhändlern, bis nach Südkorea; und sie erzählt von ihrem erstaunlichen Weg zur führenden Menschenrechts-Aktivistin mit noch nicht einmal 21 Jahren.

Path To Freedom My Story Of Perseverance

Author: Conrad Taylor
Publisher: TCF Business Group
ISBN:
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"Conrad- I finished reading your manuscript, it was riveting! I think it should be made into a movie. You provided me with an enlightening look into a country I knew very little about, and into a fellow West Pointer who, after reading his work, I feel I could call a friend and a compatriot." - Kevin Mckeown, West Point Class of 1977 In The Smithsonian Institute's Anacostia Museum 2014 Readers' Favorite International Book Award Winner Readers' Favorite 5 Star Recipient B.R.A.G. MedallionTM Honoree Royal Palm Literary Award Winner Little about Conrad Taylor's upbringing in a remote mining town, carved into the upper reaches of the Amazon jungle, prepared him for a first-of-a-kind scholarship to West Point. An extraordinary opportunity for most, it was a life-changer for him. Culture shock hardened the ensuing West Point Experience. And, Third World politics tested it - severely. The book has a simple proposition. Fly-or-die! "PATH to FREEDOM: My Story of Perseverance" charts a sometimes-humorous journey of perseverance, resilience, hope, survival, and love. It traverses between the ecologically-exotic Guyana, South America and the wind-swept plains of the highly-regimented United States Military Academy - at the height of the Vietnam War. The narrative sums up rude awakenings, especially after West Point - because of West Point. The book offers up a ringside seat to Taylor’s journey. It provides a unique prism through which to see the cultural trauma of emigration, the unique experience that is West Point, the personal side of Cold-War-era geopolitics, and the mayhem of Third World politics. The view will be nostalgic for some, shocking to many, and enlightening for others. Its subtly-threaded love story will enchant - at the very least! The account describes what happened upon Taylor's return to a government turned repressive, anti-American, and paranoid - overnight. The Soviet-leaning, Cold-War-era dictatorship feared regime change. Its power-hungry leaders obsessed about him being a spy for the United States. His was the impossible task of proving that he was not - or else! More than a memoir, The Smithsonian has archived the historically-accurate “PATH to FREEDOM: My Story of Perseverance.” The Institution displays the resource in its Anacostia Museum Library as a reference on the history and culture of Black people in the Western Hemisphere. "PATH to FREEDOM: My Story of Perseverance" reads like a novel.

The Winding Path To Freedom 5th Ed

Author: Roman D. Mac
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781477144145
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in Ukrainian fields and forests in the 1940s and 1950s, but what makes any successful popular insurgency work, whether it takes place in America in 1776 or in troubled parts of the world today. History aside, Roman Mac’s story is also a moving human document. There is tragedy, heartbreak and heroic endurance here, both witnessed and lived. And Roman depicts it all in modest, straightforward style – not only the great struggle that was going on around him, but also the struggle that was going on within himself. We see and feel the rustic joys and travails of village life, the destruction and loss that war, Nazism and Communism bring upon it, and we, too, struggle along the “winding path to freedom” with a young boy who manages to keep his faith, his humanity and – not the least of accomplishments amidst so much suffering and sorrow – his sense of humor through it all. Although I was already familiar with Ukrainian history and, as an aide to Presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan, was 2 ROMAN D. MAC an eye witness to the last chapters of the Cold War, reading Roman Mac’s story made me understand more fully what that colossal struggle was really like for the ordinary people who bore the brunt of it. His gift of making us see it all as he saw it then, through a young boy’s eyes, brings alive both the brutality of battle and magic, solitary moments in the still forest with only woodland creatures as companions. We feel the pelting snow and piercing cold, we smell the smoke of the campfires, and we hear both the whiz of bullets and the deep, moving chords of the freedom fighters’songs, just as the young Roman Mac did more than half a century ago. Then, with the battle over, we follow a troubled but determined young man on the road to a new life in the west. We share the ups and downs of a new series of trials and tests from which he emerges once again with his humanity – and his humor – intact. By book’s end, we feel as if we’ve walked beside him all the way, and we, too, experience his joy in achieving success, dignity and a happy family life in America. Thank you, Roman Mac, for sharing and showing us so much, and for doing it with such clarity, honesty and goodness of heart.