The Alphabet of the Human Heart

... James Kerr have helped each other through the upside and the downside of life for over 30 years. This book is the result of their friendship. Please visit us at. www.alphaheart.com. THEALPHABETofthe HUMAN HEART The A to Zen of Life By.

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Author: Matthew Johnstone

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781780339856

Category: Self-Help

Page: 112

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A handbook for the happy, and a bible for the broken-hearted, The Alphabet of the Human Heart is an enchanting and enriching journey through the upside and the downside of what it means to be human - our hopes and our fears, our strength and our weakness, our highs and our lows. The Alphabet of the Human Heart is a book of literally two halves. Firstly there is upside A-Z, which is full of the happy and hopeful aspects of our lives, such as A is for Adventure, through G is for Gratitude, S is for Smile to Zen is the Place to Be. The other downside half examines the negative parts of our character lives and how we can overcome them to lead more positive and fulfilling lives. From A is for Anger, through H is for Hate, T is for Temptation to once again end on Zen is the Place to be. Matthew and James have been friends for over 30 years and they've experienced both sides of life - the upside and the downside - and they've turned their experience of life - and of friendship - into a book that combines words and pictures to tell a bigger story. Praise for I Had a Black Dog: 'I Had a Black Dog says with wit, insight, economy and complete understanding what other books take 300 pages to say. Brilliant and indispensable.' - Stephen Fry 'Finally, a book about depression that isn't a prescriptive self-help manual. Johnston's deftly expresses how lonely and isolating depression can be for sufferers. Poignant and humorous in equal measure.' Sunday Times Praise for Living with a Black Dog: 'Moving and thoughtfully written ... a must-have' Daily Mirror 'Comprehensive and very helpful ... brilliant' Guardian Weekend

The Written World of God

... twenty-eight letters of the alphabet from the human heart. A later commentator on Ibn ʿArabī's works offered an allegorical interpretation of this proposition: breath, words and letters reveal what lies in the heart.33 In this case, ...

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Author: Dunja Rasic

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9781905937684

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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The Written World of God is the first systematic overview of the science of letters ('ilm al-huruf) according to the great Andalusian spiritual master, scholar, poet and philosopher Ibn 'Arabi (d. 1240). Ibn 'Arabi defined the science of letters as familiarity with the building blocks of the Quranic revelation and everything in the world of nature. Letters are understood as visual and aural signs pointing to the mysteries of existence. The present study examines how the universe came to be, for what purpose it was created and the hierarchical structure it is endowed with. It is an old story told anew - through the 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet, their orthographic forms and the meanings attributed to them, using Ibn 'Arabi's own diagrams. Although the story could be told through geometric figures or numbers, letters were chosen on the basis of Ibn 'Arabi's doctrine that the meanings carried by the letters fully encompasses the whole of existence: God and the universe.

Frank Leslie s Sunday Magazine

Ezekiel Three sons were the result of this marriago_John , Martin had told his countrymen to wash their hearts from wickand Paul ... and hope of forgiveness , if they proved lastattempt to trace the human origin of the alphabet .

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ISBN: UOM:39015068363129

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Desert Christians

... Egyptian peasants had discovered a new alphabet, the subtle inner lettering of the human heart. In the desert, the monks had made the human heart their text. Intellectuals among the monks would begin to take things a step further.

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Author: William Harmless

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195162226

Category: Religion

Page: 488

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In this book, William Harmless provides an accessible introduction to early Christian monastic literature from Egypt and beyond. He introduces the reader to the major figures and literary texts, as well as offering an up-to-date survey of current questions and scholarship in the field. The text is enhanced by the inclusion of chronologies, maps, outlines, illustrations, and bibliographies. The book will not only serve as a text for graduate and advanced undergraduate courses on early Christianity, the Desert Fathers, and Christian asceticism, but it should stimulate further research by making the fruits of recent scholarship more readily and widely available.

Sacraments of the Christian Faith

The writing of the alphabet is the simple teaching of faith. The pavement is the human heart. The alphabet is described on the pavement because carnal and rude people are initiated by the first and simple teachings of faith.

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Author: Hugh of St. Victor

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781365152795

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Hugh of Saint Victor on the Sacraments of the Christian Faith

The writing of the alphabet is the simple teaching of faith. The pavement is the human heart. The alphabet is described on the pavement because carnal and rude people are initiated by the first and simple teachings of faith.

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Author: * Hugh of Saint Victor

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781556354472

Category: Religion

Page: 506

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Physiology of the Heart

15-7: Division of the left bundle branch in 49 human hearts showing that simple bifurcation into anterior and ... To avoid controversies engendered by earlier nomenclature, Einthoven started in the middle of the alphabet and named these ...

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Author: Arnold M. Katz

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9781608311712

Category: Medical

Page: 576

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Dr. Arnold Katz's internationally acclaimed classic, Physiology of the Heart, is now in its thoroughly revised Fifth Edition, incorporating the latest molecular biology research and extensively exploring the clinical applications of these findings. In the single authored, expert voice that is this book's unique strength, Dr. Katz provides a comprehensive overview of the physiological and biophysical basis of cardiac function, beginning with structure and proceeding to biochemistry, biophysics, and pathophysiology in arrhythmias, ischemia, and heart failure. Emphasis is on the interrelationships of basic processes among the cell, cardiac muscle function, and the biophysics of contractile and electrical behavior. This edition includes new material on cell signaling and molecular biology.

You are Now Entering the Human Heart

How much more terrible if I were human , moving , travelling , compelled to catalogue the objects of the world in ... although when I tried to learn the alphabet of it I found myself lost among columns and archways of letters with my ...

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Author: Janet Frame

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106006997081

Category: New Zealand

Page: 203

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Family Secrets or Hints to those who would make Home happy

The human heart is a strange mystery to those who have never given their attention to the study of its closely folded secrets ... The knowledge of the human heart — that neglected science , of which facts are the alphabet by which it is ...

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Author: afterwards ELLIS STICKNEY (Sarah)

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ISBN: BL:A0023683886

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The Poetics of Palliation

In the same way, Keats considers the 'human heart' a text, both poetic, like a bible, and pedagogical, like a hornbook (a small, handheld board used to teach children the alphabet). But unlike school texts, the heart's hornbook is not ...

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Author: Brittany Pladek

Publisher: Liverpool University Press

ISBN: 9781786942838

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 279

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The Poetics of Palliation argues that Romanticism developed richer literary therapies than its contemporary reception remembers. By reading Romantic writers against Georgian medical ethics, Poetics recovers their models of literature as comfort and sustenance, challenging a health humanities tradition that sees literary therapy primarily as cure.