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by Gabriele CiminelliWhat is the “art of nothing”? How do we approach this question - not with the determination of obtaining an answer but starting with the fact that we don’t know what it is, and perhaps through a journey within oneself, one can discover what is the essence of this art of nothing - will it awaken a certain intelligence of love and peace?
by John RichesonA book I self-published in 1999 while on a journey to uncover the source of the life-long guilt I had felt from childhood sexual abuse, to allow myself to explore and express my inner feelings, and finally, to reach an understanding of my own philosophy and take ownership of all of my life's experiences.
by Harley Sears
🏆 Winner of The Golden Wizard Book Prize, the PenCraft Book Award, The BookFest Book Award, and the Literary Titan Golden Book Award.
The Magic In Metaphor is a heartwarming collection of 25 tales designed to nurture emotional growth and resilience in young readers. Each story introduces endearing characters who navigate life's challenges, fostering fundamental values like courage, empathy, and understanding.
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by Michelle LoftonIn "Branching Out After 50: Finding Friends and Building Community," Michelle Lofton guides readers on a transformative journey of meaningful connections, empowering them to embrace change, conquer social anxiety, and thrive in their social renaissance after 50.
by Amanda Terry HammMost people associate the word “abundance” with financial wealth, but abundance is actually a state of “more than enough,” and it can take root in any area of your life that you want it to. This means that abundance of health, wealth, love, joy, and creativity are all within your grasp. But the road to abundance in every area of your life starts with changing your thinking habits and thus your mindset. Cultivating an abundance mindset requires taking actionable steps to confront your limiting b... more
by Rachel A. RiccobonoThrough the lens of her unfiltered insights, experiences, and research within personal growth and development, author Rachel Riccobono wants to show others that the lives we lead don’t have to be so cookie-cutter. In The Long Way Home, Riccobono strives to show there is no “right way” to live your life. Your journey is uniquely yours. Our stories may be infinitely connected, but we walk along separate paths. As an individual, you must continuously recalibrate, design, and determine which route b... more
by Never Married DatingNever Married Dating . Com (https://www.nevermarrieddating.com), a comprehensive, user-friendly dating website , is excited to announce its launch of a new dating app . Offering mobile smart phone users a way to find love online . Never Married Dating is the ultimate guide for single never married people in their search for love . "We understand the inundation of options in the dating app market can make it challenging for users to choose the right applications for their needs." That has b... more
by Giovanni YarabekParenting today looks different from when you were growing up. Schools, organizations, and governmental impacts have changed the playing field. Strategies for children to compete in life are complicated. Raising your child with a foundation of skills is simple when you know what to do. These principles are new, straightforward, and easy to implement. Your results will improve communication, patience, and understanding of your children. Rewarding each child’s ability will help them to succeed in ... more
by Elena Rand, JD, MSWIn Achievement Addiction DETOX, Elena Rand challenges our dangerous assumptions about the virtues of achievement at all costs and shows us how to create the successful life we deserve without killing ourselves. Rand’s 7 STEPs for Achievement Addiction DETOX will help you reclaim your life and redefine success on your terms by teaching you how to: • Identify your self-destructive Achievement Addicted habits • Recover from Achievement Amnesia and the Achievement Trance • Stop “The Chase” ... more
by Ken Druck, Ph.D.How We Go On is a compilation of Dr. Ken Druck’s life’s work helping individuals, families, organizations, communities and nations find the path forward after a loss, change or setback. Born of his work in the trenches after tragedies like 9-11, Sandy Hook and Columbine, Dr. Ken's Code for Courageous Living shows us how to become the stronger, better, more resilient, truthful, compassionate and just version of ourselves. How We Go On takes us on a healing journey through life's seasons, from bir... more
by Candi CrossMaureen Lippe, media powerhouse/entrepreneur, and former Vogue and Harper's Bazaar editor debuts her new book, Radical Reinvention, the personal and professional journey of self-discovery after being forced to reimagine, reset and reinvent after losing her beloved husband and partner to COVID-19 and having to transform and grow her company, Lippe Taylor. It was a time of terror, uncertainty, and painful grief. Read how Lippe managed to reclaim her identity and more than double her business follo... more
by Pierrette kengelaStep into a world of inspiration and empowerment as Pierrette Kengela takes you on an extraordinary journey through the pages of “Legacy Empowered: The Everlasting Rise of Women.” In this groundbreaking book, Kengela explores the profound significance of woman-to-woman legacies and unveils the transformative power of women’s empowerment. Prepare to be enlightened, inspired, and equipped with the tools to create a lasting impact. In the introduction, Kengela sets the stage by delving into the im... more
by Bernard WarnickA close examination of our powers of reasoning shows certainties, especially in fields of morality, values and ethical social behavior, are illusory. Even in science, understandings are based on the best evidence at the moment. When we consider that neurobiologically our subjective feelings invade the beginning of our reasoning process, the pervasive ambiguity and vagueness of language and the fuzziness of the concept of truth, we start to wonder if certainty of conclusions is available. Patt... more
by Geoff PridhamHow to Feel Better… Realistically is a no-nonsense guide on how to feel better no matter what life throws at you. The chief recommendation of the book is that we should be realistic. Other guides to happiness and feeling better have recommended techniques such as positive thinking, positive psychology, mindfulness, living in the present, chasing your dreams, and so on, but none of these work reliably over the long run. How to Feel Better… Realistically moves forward from these approaches to p... more
by Amanda M. FerrisMaking the choice to homeschool doesn’t mean you have to be alone. 2020 may go down in history as the largest ever migration from classroom learning to school at home, forcing parents across the world to make difficult education decisions for their child while juggling work and life under the same roof. Each new regulation presented to our communities prompted more questions than answers, especially when it came to schooling. Schooled House: Ace Sharing Space Between Work & Homeschool shar... more
by Vanessa RochelleSix Aspects of Being is a self help book about awakening, healing, transformation, and wellbeing. In Six Aspects of Being, Vanessa gently guides readers in a thought-provoking, entertaining, and compassionate way back to themselves. Vanessa writes, “I invite you to be open and have some honest reflections with yourself.”