Books about wisdom and knowledge

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Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount. Wisdom I speaks to that persistent feeling that there is something important to do in life. Wisdom I cuts through the uncertainty and confusion of our time to enable you to find and to follow what you have always known. Table of Contents. Chapter Service in the World.

Proverbs is packed with God's wisdom , and what's more, these short sayings are easy to understand and apply to your life. Many of the eternal truths in the Bible have to be carefully mined, like gold deep underground. The book of Proverbs, however, is like a mountain stream littered with nuggets, just waiting to be picked up. Some psalms are also characterized as wisdom psalms. Like the rest of the Bible, Proverbs points to God's plan of salvation , but perhaps more subtly.

This is also necessary for all people. The following year, he wrote to his assistant, describing the project:. I know that it gives one great inner force, calmness, and happiness to communicate with such great thinkers as Socrates, Epictetus, Arnold, Parker. Tolstoy spent the next seventeen years collecting those pieces of wisdom. In , in his late seventies, seriously ill and confronting mortality, he finally sat down to write the book under the working title A Wise Thought for Every Day. Once he sent the manuscript to his publisher, he returned to the diary and exhaled:. I felt that I have been elevated to great spiritual and moral heights by communication with the best and wisest people whose books I read and whose thoughts I selected for my Circle of Reading.

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