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  • The Maturing of the Human Heart and Soul

    $5.99$24.99 Pierson, Aaron
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    I wrote this book, The Maturing of the Human Heart and Soul, in the year 2001. It is a wakeup call to humanity. We cannot keep on our current path without very negative results for the human race. The true definition of insanity is to continue to do the same negative things and expect a positive change. We have to choose to change our negative ways. That is when we will see positive change.
    I then edited this book in 2012 in order to make it more universal in understanding and application. Originally I wrote this book for the American reader only. After visiting Japan in 2012, I felt this message was for the world population, not just one country. It is for you and I to make changes, one person at a time, to affect the world around us.

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  • The Essence of Compassion

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    This book is the fruit of all my books and brings to the point of everything I work to express and share from my heart.
    It is the true expression of compassion that fills our heart and soul. This is when we find the true purpose in our lives, becoming a soul of true, living, breathing, compassion!

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  • Japanese Rose

    $5.99 Kimura, Rei
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    The kamikaze pilots or “Winds of God” were created in 1945, during Japan’s twilight year of the Second World War. The world looked upon this monstrous creation of “human bombs” with disbelief but the young patriotic men of Japan who signed up for the terrifying attack missions of the kamikaze program were unstoppable.
    Women looked on with envy and frustration at their own inadequacies which allowed only men into the program, but did anyone of them really take the daring step of breaking this rule?
    Japanese Rose” is a haunting story of the secret life and love of Sayuri Miyamoto, the woman who DID dare to take on the whole Japanese military to follow her dream of becoming a kamikaze pilot and paid dearly for that dream.
    “No one must ever know there was a female kamikaze pilot to dishonor and disgrace the discipline of the Japanese military so from today, you Sayuri Miyamoto are officially dead!”
    This book also takes readers on a sad journey through the ravages of war torn Japan seen from the eyes of a young woman who cherished the impossible and forbidden dream of becoming a female kamikaze pilot.
    “Who is this? And why do you call me by this name? It hasn’t been used for 60 years!” the crisp irritable voice had changed to a soft, quivering whisper like the moaning of an injured animal and it made Mayumi uncomfortable at her intrusion into someone’s obviously painful past.
    With these words, Sayuri Miyamoto finally broke the silence that had been imposed on her for decades. But History will never admit or accept her existence so was she real or a myth born of the feverish imagination of one woman with an unfulfilled dream?

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