Where Regret Cannot Find Me

I remember thinking, “I just want to go somewhere where regret cannot find me.” I looked up at the bookstore window and realized I had found the title for my book. It encompassed the great paradox, for in order to discover such a place ...

Author: David Ault

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781483671857

Category: Self-Help

Page: 185

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A powerful new voice in the inspirational field! Where Regret Cannot Find Me by David Ault is a captivating debut by one of America's leading motivators and ministers. This collection of spiritual essays honors the full spectrum of our human emotions - whether addressing grief and sorrow, the path of forgiveness, answering the call within or seeing the gift in life's greatest challenges, this deeply personal book offers encouragement and instruction to creating practical shifts in our everyday lives. From David's beginnings in a small Southeast Texas town, to his years as a popular visionary vocalist, to trekking through the ruins of Peru or climbing The Great Wall of China, David's sense of adventure and connection with the Divine make for unforgettable storytelling. Where Regret Cannot Find Me is a warm and sensitive guide that illuminates many of life's most important lessons with humility and intelligence. David Ault mixes his own personal odyssey with teachings from a variety of religious faiths, creating a book that leads the reader gently from our ever present vulnerability to the profound power of the human spirit, a journey to help our hearts heal and grow. A wise and good read. Frederic Luskin, Ph.D. Director Stanford Forgiveness Projects author of Forgive for Good: A Proven Prescription for Health and Happiness. God bless David Ault (and God does bless David "The Old Beloved.") Not only does he sing with a voice Celestial, but his writing enchants the reader's heart and cultivates ones Soul and Spirit. The world is a better place because of his new endeavor. Lloyd D. Tupper D.D., President Emeritus Holmes Institute, a Graduate School of Consciousness Studies

How to Find Your Vision and Get a Life

Published by HarperCollins Publishers. Where Regret Cannot Find Me: Essays from the Spiritual Path, by David Ault. Copyright © 2013. Published by Xlibris. Appreciation There are numerous people to whom I'm genuinely grateful.

Author: Terry Drew Karanen

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781491769485

Category: Self-Help

Page: 118

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Do you find yourself struggling with life even though you’re doing everything you can to get ahead? How to Find Your Vision and Get a Life! shows you how you can create a life worth living. It takes you step-by-step through the process of creating your own personal vision and mission statements – the foundation necessary to accomplish your goals. You are taught the importance of the “Five P’s”: Possibility, Power, Passion, Practice and Purpose. Here’s what others are saying: Terry doesn’t preach, he shares ideas. His ability to relate both his successes in life as well as his personal demons provide a refreshing atmosphere to promote action and healing for the reader.– Dennis Merritt Jones, author of Your (Re)Defining Moments: Becoming who you were born to be This book provides simple, easy explanations to the challenges of life without the metaphysical psycho-babble often seen in topics like this. – James Mapes, author of Quantum Leap Thinking: An Owner’s Guide to the Mind Terry presents an easy-to-understand personal manual ... written in his authentic and humorous style. It engages the reader immediately! – Maxine Kaye, author of Alive and Ageless: How to Feel Alive and Live Fully Every Day of Your Life

The Power of Meditation

—DAVID AULT, AUTHOR OF WHERE REGRET CANNOT FIND ME “Dr. Edward Viljoen provides a wonderful, stepbystep way to use the powerful spiritual tool of meditation. Whether you are new to meditation or are seasoned in the practice, ...

Author: Edward Viljoen

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101601525

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

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Winner of the 2014 Nautilus Award represents “Better Books for a Better World”—the Silver Award in the category of Religion /Spirituality: Eastern Traditions. This wise and delightful guide to the benefits of meditation practices will help readers cultivate a calm, peaceful, and enlightened lifestyle. Drawing from his years of experience as a teacher, spiritual leader, and avid meditator, Edward Viljoen directs readers down the path to enlightenment using wisdom such as: Mindfulness practices—Train yourself to become absorbed in a purposefully chosen activity. Sitting practices—Reduce the use of mental and physical resources as much as possible by sitting still and silently. Creative practices—Employ such devices as journaling, observing, and focusing on a favorite literary or spiritual passage. Featuring personal anecdotes and stories from the author’s spiritual teachings, The Power of Meditation goes beyond a simple how-to book and offers a wonderful reading experience that will inspire readers to live more wise and fulfilling lives.

History of the Center for Spiritual Living Redding

David Ault, “Where Regret Cannot Find Me Workshop” Community Retreat in McCloud Coyote Men's Circle First meeting of Wisdom Keepers by Rev. Sue MillerBorn “Clearing Your Life with Feng Shui” with Nancy Pernell and Dr. Andrea Hepwa Creek ...

Author: Rev. Mary E. Mitchell

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781491741870

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 161

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This is not an ordinary book . . . it exists through grace. By the time I found the metaphysical teaching called Science of Mind in 1989, the local church had grown from a few people in a living room to about 175. Still meeting in an array of hotel ballrooms and clubs, the principles for successful living shared every Sunday were already deeply held beliefs in my life, so it immediately felt like home. One weekend we invited the elders of the church over to discuss church history and what a rich history it was. An afternoon with Bill and Win Siefert, Bruce and Dorothy Johnson, Marilyn and Joe Vondracek, Bob and Dorothy Huntoon, Harry and Frances Bleile, and Rev. James and Rev. Andrea Golden was magical. How many ministers have taken their congregation skydiving? White water rafting? On wilderness treks? How many change lives through deep introspection at family retreats in rustic cabins deep in the woods? How many invite congregants and friends to pound thousands of nails for an old fashioned barn raising to build a sanctuary? Whether the name was the Science of Mind Center, Church of Religious Science, Spiritual Enrichment Center, or Center for Spiritual Living, over the years we all learned to jump into life in one new way or another. The list of events by year presented in the appendix creates a picture of a community that loves to laugh and play together, always mindful of doing their spiritual practices. What a life! What a community! What a history! Rev. Mary E. Mitchell

On Redemption the Value of Putting Bad Things to Good Use

... the irrationality and general disvalue of regret and grief—the position that leads him to claim “You cannot find me there.” The strongest objection to Bittner's account, then, does not lie in a mere concept analysis of valuing, ...

Author: Peyton Craig McElroy

Publisher: Stanford University

ISBN: STANFORD:gq597rc8146


Page: 280

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This dissertation offers a theory of a solution to the problem of lost meaning in life due to regrettable, past events. Each of us wishes for a meaningful life, but each of us, too, is vulnerable to threats to the meaning in life. The dissertation argues that a phenomenon called redemption can restore lost meaningfulness, and increase the value of our lives, overall. The first step in the argument is to demonstrate the need for a new model of redemption. The next step is to argue that redemption is a matter of transforming the meaning of events in our lives from bad to good in a thick, eudaimonistic sense related to a person's well-being. Finally, I show that this transformation not only increases a person's well-being but, more importantly, changes the relationship a person has with his past; By satisfying conditions for meaningfulness—a special value a life can have, distinct from its moral goodness or happiness—redemption renders the past more meaningful that it would have otherwise been. Because of this, redemption can solve the problem articulated in the beginning of the dissertation—the problem of lost meaning in life due to bad, past events.

The Silvered Heart

Even now, I cannot find it in me to regret what I did – I only regret what I did not do. I could have fought for the things I loved, but I was not brave enough. God puts challenges in our path that we might prove ourselves, ...

Author: Katherine Clements

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472204257

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

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1648: Civil war is devastating England. The privileged world of Katherine Ferrers is crumbling under Cromwell's army and, as an orphaned heiress, she has no choice but to marry for the sake of family. But as her marriage turns into a prison and her fortune is forfeit, Katherine becomes increasingly desperate. So when she meets a man who shows her a way out, she seizes the chance. It is dangerous and brutal, and she knows if they're caught, there's only one way it can end... The mystery of Lady Katherine Ferrers, legendary highwaywoman, has captured the collective imagination of generations. Now, based on the real woman, the original 'Wicked Lady' is brought gloriously to life in this tale of infatuation, betrayal and survival.

Wit Humor Reason Rhetoric Prose Poetry and Story Woven into Eight Popular

Young man, let me give you a bit of advice and assurance. Never take a drink of intoxicating liquor as a beverage, and when you are as old as I am you will not regret it. You cannot find me in all the world, one man between forty and ...

Author: George W. Bain

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783734097201

Category: Fiction

Page: 162

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Reproduction of the original: Wit, Humor, Reason, Rhetoric, Prose, Poetry and Story Woven into Eight Popular by George W. Bain

Memoirs of My Indian Career

I had political charge of it when I went up to the Sutlej , and it is always a regret to me that I did not more ... I can find no record of it except that when a British settlement of it was made a few years later , it is noted that ...

Author: George Campbell


ISBN: HARVARD:32044013682976

Category: British

Page: 334

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Rogue s Reward

“I couldn't bring myself to do it, even though I know every sentence by heart. ... If I could get the letters back by cutting off my right hand, I would do so. ... “Yet I cannot find it in my heart to regret our love, Felicity.

Author: Jean R. Ewing

Publisher: Belgrave House

ISBN: 9781610848954

Category: Fiction


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A chance encounter late one night, a captivating stranger’s heady kiss, and Lady Eleanor Acton falls in love. Yet this fascinating rogue is entirely ineligible, and now she fears blackmail. Will plunging headlong with Leander Campbell into mystery and intrigue break her heart? Must desire yield to honor and duty? Or can love find a way? Regency Romance by Julia Ross writing as Jean R. Ewing; originally published by Zebra

White Oleander

“Do you ever regret what you've done?” The expression in her eyes was bitter as nightshade. “You ask me about regret? Let me tell you a few things about regret, my darling. There is no end to it. You cannot find the ...

Author: Janet Fitch

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781405528962

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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White Oleander is a painfully beautiful first novel about a young girl growing up the hard way. It is a powerful story of mothers and daughters, their ambiguous alliances, their selfish love and cruel behaviour, and the search for love and identity.Astrid has been raised by her mother, a beautiful, headstrong poet. Astrid forgives her everything as her world revolves around this beautiful creature until Ingrid murders a former lover and is imprisoned for life. Astrid's fierce determination to survive and be loved makes her an unforgettable figure. 'LIQUID POETRY' - Oprah Winfrey 'Tangled, Complex and extraordinarily moving' - Observer