George Washington Carver, one of the best-known African-Americans of his era, was a brilliant scientist and educator, a major force for the upliftment of the black race, and an innovator in the field of agricultural biochemistry.
Teresa yearned for a life of solitude, absorbed in divine communion, but her calling was to lead the reform of the Carmelite Order.
Ralph Waldo Emerson was one of the most original and influential thinkers of the 19th century. His search for truth led him to the scriptures of India, which he embraced wholeheartedly.
A man of tremendous will power and energy, George Washington placed duty, honor, and the ideal of selfless service first and foremost in his life.
Jehanne La Pucelle or, Joan of Arc, as she is known, claimed a mandate from God to liberate France from decades of English domination.
Abraham Lincoln is remembered primarily as the preserver of the Union and the president who freed the slaves. Far less is known about his deep spirituality and devotion to God.
“This is the end,” the merchant thought, thinking he could not survive much longer. But at that moment, he suddenly heard someone else coming down the road.
A crowd, having gathered in the distance saw, much to their amazement, that as Francis spoke, the ravenous beast lowered its head and seemed suddenly tame and docile.
Panir is an integral part of traditional Indian cooking. A soft cheese made from fresh whole milk, it is similar in taste to cottage cheese.
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