The author concludes that all major NDE elements are within the bounds of Catholic theology. The light tunnel and friendly light beings are part of common culture, but NDE reincarnation, previous lives and "the contract" are assumed to be at odds with Catholic theology. These NDE elements are actually mislabled and misunderstood but are within the bounds of Catholic theology. NDE elements examined are: Light tunnel, Light being(s), Boundary of Heaven, Jesus, Life contract and task , Previous lives, Reincarnation, Life review, Heaven, Unconditional love, Salvation, Religion, Spiritual level (vibration of spirit), Purgatory, Hell, Distressing NDE, Ketamine induced NDE and more.
This book is designed to introduce young children to unfamiliar situations in an amusing and friendly way. It features Stephen Cartwright's delightful illustrations, providing lots to look at and talk about. An ideal starting point for young children and adults to discuss first experiences. Other titles in this series include: "Going to the Hospital"; "Going to a Party"; and, "The New Puppy".
This is a colourful and fun new take on a timeless series designed to introduce young children to unfamiliar situations in an amusing and friendly way. Stickers can be used throughout the stories to replace key words and help young children build their vocabulary. Each title features Stephen Cartwright's delightful illustrations, providing lots to look at and talk about. It is an ideal starting point for young children and adults to discuss first experiences. It features over 50 stickers and "I found the duck!" reward stickers.
Salvatore is only eight years old when he's sent to the Sicilian sulfur mines to work off his family's debt with the Mafia in 1888. Though the work is brutal, as he grows older, there is one bright spot-the beautiful Marianna, who also toils at the Miniera Di Zolfo. When they are teenagers, they fall in love and wed. For a time, they gain respite from the hard work and have two children, Samuel and Benedetto. But after three years, Salvatore must return to the mines; his family never sees him again. Marianna does her best to raise the boys without Salvatore, but a peasant's life in early twentieth-century Sicily is not easy. The Sicilian Experience of Mr. Benny shares the story of the early years of author J. B. Zito's grandfather, Ben. It provides historic insight into the rough existence the peasants faced, the trials with which common citizens dealt, and the desire of many to immigrate to America for a better life. The first of three volumes, The Sicilian Experience of Mr. Benny narrates the story of one family's early history that originated in Sicily, Italy.
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