A. D. Divine
is an acrostic for add.
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Who is A. D. Divine?
A. D. Divine is an author.
- born in (111 years ago)
- written works: "Atom at Spithead", "Six great explorers", "Thunder on the Chesapeake", "The daughter of the Pangaran", "The opening of the world", "The stolen seasons", "Boy on a dolphin", "Certain Islands", "The three red flares", "Mutiny at Invergordon", "These splendid ships", "The King Of Fassarai", "The north-west frontier of Rome", "The nine days of Dunkirk", "The blunted sword", "The broken wing", "Hadrian's Wall"
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Quotes about A. D. Divine
If we know the divine art of concentration, if we know the divine art of meditation, if we know the divine art of contemplation, easily and consciously we can unite the inner world and the outer world. (Sri Chinmoy)
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