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THE NATURE OF LOVE
LEE HILLER

LEE HILLER DESIGNS (OCT 2010)
PAPERBACK, 76 pages, 279 x 216 mm.
Prod. # 9780615409702 (American edition)
Category: Poetry

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"Philosophers live in search of truth, beauty, goodness, and unity. You'll experience all four of these transcendental ideals reflected here. Allow them to enter your mind and heart. Then go and do your best to cultivate them anew in your life and your world." Dr Tom V Morris Nature of Love Apparel and Home Decor featuring photographs and muses from this book are available from LeeHiller.com Thank You for purchasing my book. Much Love, Lee

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Let One Hundred Voices Speak: How the Internet is Transforming China and Changing Everything
Liz Carter
    

During his Hundred Flowers campaign of 1956-7, Mao Zedong encouraged intellectuals to mobilize and publicly criticize the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in order to improve it.

Today, the Internet, with its... [ Read full review ]




 

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