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Comedy is sacred―it's woven through the Bible. James Cary has rare first-hand experience of writing comedy for the BBC―and has a degree in theology. He and former actor and comedian, Barry Cooper (co-writer of Christianity Explored) do a weekly podcast called Cooper and Cary Have Words. This is an intelligent, funny, informative book for anyone who likes comedy.

Covering basic theory, new research, and intersections with adjacent fields, this is the first comprehensive reference work on cognitive control – our ability to use internal goals to guide thought and behavior. Draws together expert perspectives from a range of disciplines, including cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, and neurology Covers behavioral phenomena of cognitive control,... more...

In our current era of holy terror, passionate faith has come to seem like a present danger. Writers such as Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens have been happy to throw the baby out with the bathwater and declare that the danger is in religion itself. God, Hitchens writes, is not great. But man, according to George E. Vaillant, M.D., is great. In Spiritual Evolution, Dr. Vaillant lays out a brilliant defense not of organized religion... more...

Explores how the world’s religions have a calling to build societies both environmentally sustainable and socially just. The absence of strong spiritual and ethical dimensions in twentieth-century development helped to produce one of the most violent, environmentally impoverished, and economically unequal centuries in human history. Ethical and spiritual contributions in the twenty-first century are needed to rectify these pitfalls. Religions... more...

How would your life be different if you were just a bit happier every day for a year? What would you do to enjoy life just a little more day by day? Take your first step toward increased happiness with The Year of Living Happy: Finding Contentment and Connection in a Crazy World by Alli Worthington. You do your best to live life well—you work hard to be present in the moment, take care of the people in your life, knock it out of... more...



For several years Mouni Sadhu steeped himself in the teachings of the foremost Hindu ascetic, Sri Ramana Maharshi. This book, first published in 1957, is the best attempt by a European to describe without technicalities what such teachings entail, what meditation is about, and why Indians worship their gurus. Mouni Sadhu’s rare facility for describing his own mental and spiritual states enables him to pass on to the reader his... more...

Pour some tea, grab a sugar cookie, and join a journey through the dining room and into the heart. In this heartfelt and helpful book, Doris Christopher shows families how to honor and celebrate one of our most beloved traditions: togetherness around the dinner table. An American entrepreneur and enterprising mom, Christopher serves us a blend of inspiration and practical advice, revealing how she and others have used this humble surface as a way to... more...

Keep this little book in your pocket and carry it with you. Whenever you findyourself in the noise of the city, in the peace of the countryside, or in thesilence of your room, the wisdom it contains will inspire and comfort you.

On the Journey of Life, Do You Sometimes Wish You Had a Map? You now hold such a map in your hands-a guide through the twelve gateways of personal growth to the summit of your potential. Dan Millman makes your ascent accessible by bringing enlightenment down to earth-applying spiritual wisdom to the practical realities of everyday life. Explore the challenges and mysteries of body, mind, and emotions. Discover a new approach to success. Change... more...