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    The Giant Mirror of Earth

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    Can Money Bring Happiness?

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    Hearts and Minds: Hizmet Schools and Interethnic Relations

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    The Distance between Two Bows or Nearer

    Emerald Hills of the Heart
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    Teresa Lesher
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    Calling to Good: Islamic Mentoring and Guidance in a Modern World

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