Problems of Humanity MP3 CD By Alice Bailey (Author)

Problems of Humanity MP3 CD By Alice Bailey (Author)

Six basic world problems, (the psychological rehabilitation of the nations, the children, capital and labour, minorities, the churches, and international unity), with many ramifications, continue to present humanity with opportunity for progress. A perspective on these problems is shown in this book; the spiritual factors and subjective causes are related to the outer appearances and effects on the world scene.

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

.......................................................................................................... TIME

01 COPYRIGHT INFORMATION .......................................................... 00:15

02 FOREWORD ................................................................................. 03:07

03 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................ 05:40

04 CHAPTER I, 8 - 31
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF THE NATIONS ............... 47:19

05 CHAPTER II, 32 - 65
THE PROBLEM OF THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD ....................... 1:06:30

06 CHAPTER III, 66 - 84
THE PROBLEM OF CAPITAL, LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT ...............35:38

07 CHAPTER IV, 85 - 121
THE PROBLEM OF THE RACIAL MINORITIES .................................. 1:13:55

08 CHAPTER V, 122 - 166
THE PROBLEM OF THE CHURCHES ............................................... 1:30:11

09 CHAPTER VI, 167 - 181
THE PROBLEM OF INTERNATIONAL UNITY ....................................... 29:14

10 BOOKS BY ALICE A. BAILEY ....................................................... 01:00

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ISBN-13: 978-0-853-30213-1