7 edition of Thought Seeds found in the catalog.
June 1, 2005
by Rainbow Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||65|
A book of brief passages for each day of the year to help you think, reflect, ponder, and pray. This book will help you to see the person you are and the person you can become. Open your heart and mind, and your life will change gracefully. A woman’s work: A piece titled "Menabur Benih" (Spreading the Seeds) by artist Theresia Agustina Sitompul during the Indonesian Woman Artist, Into .
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Thought Seeds could be classified as "A Neat Little Book"--only 65 pages. It is written very simply for an easy, understandable, and quick read. Throughout the reading, pauses are taken to work the easy, but knowledge-reinforcing exercises.
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It reminds you that you should love yourself first before anyone else. What I like in this book is that it's full of positivity. It's different compared to the other poetry books that I've read this year which were full of angst and will make you feel sad and depressed.
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Your mind is like a piece of land planted with many different kinds of seeds: seeds of joy, peace, mindfulness, understanding, and love; seeds of craving, anger, fear, hate, and forgetfulness. These wholesome and unwholesome seeds are always there, sleeping in the soil of your mind.
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During the reading of the scripture, a passage from the book of Matthew was read - chap verses 31 and 32 - and it really stuck with me.
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