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by Stephen OtabilThis work celebrates our common humanity, seeking to discover both what connects us and what divides us. Guided by his Muse, the author explores the world of ideas and human interactions, touching on a range of philosophical subjects and breaking through the boundaries that for centuries have defined who we are. Using his life story as a launchpad, he engages in intellectual flights of fancy that are grounded in earthly experience by the concept of “MNeutopia.” A portmanteau word joining Minneso... more
by Katie ClemonsMother daughter journal Bond with your daughter on a new, deeper level. Confide in one another, grow together, and learn the stories deep in one another’s hearts and minds through a series of letters and activities. For girls age 8 and up. 8x5.5 inches (20x14 cm)
by Sommer HamiltonDid I Scare You? Children are always up for a Spooktaculas story. Did I Scare You?, teaches children the joy of reading and the endless possibilities of their imagination. It's also scares away the scary and allows silly fun for everyone.
by Alexandra Armitage“Living with Cannabis” clarifies, informs and contemplates the neuroscience and issues relating to the use of cannabis -- empowering teens to make conscious and mindful personal choices.
by Geraldine WilnerHawaii was the starting point of my life. I am a 'Lucky Hapa Haole' which means I'm half white and a half local combination of Hawaiian, Chinese, or other indigenous race. The key to my bold existence was prompted by my free simple lifestyle in the islands. I'll share my stories of love, birth, death, Guardian Angels, and adventures around the world. I hope to inspire you with my 'Can Do' life.
by Gino ArcaroGino Arcaro’s journey from childhood obesity to natural health and strength was not made alone; he relied on the Soul of a Lifter. In telling this tale, Arcaro draws on life lessons learned from his careers as a football coach, police officer and college teacher to inspire and lead the reader in a soul-searching quest to reach his/her own potential. This is not your run-of-the-mill motivational book. Discover insights about what drives the soul… what happens when you listen and when you don’t!
by Gino ArcaroYou know when you’re telling a story and you can tell if you’re killing or thrilling the listener? Whenever I tell this story in person, it never fails to captivate the audience. We were David with a Canadian passport, failing miserably at winning just one football game against stars-and-stripes-draped Goliaths. It doesn’t matter who I tell – women, men, young, old, football lovers, and football haters. No one has ever been bored. They’re stimulated. They can’t get enough. They want more. Two re... more
by Ariel V...........Este libro se considera como los más cercano a un viaje a través del tiempo. Un portal hacia temas relacionados con la creación interplanetaria (Astronomía general), Arqueología, misterios del planeta Tierra, investigaciones sobre diversas culturas ancestrales, y los increíbles mensajes que dejaron para futuras generaciones; utilizando herramientas tan desarrolladas que simplemente no poseemos a pesar de la elevada tecnología que hemos desarrollado en el presente... ........Además ... more
Blessedness, the Greatest Miracle in My Life! (Second Edition): His Holy Apostolic Blessedness: A man after God's own heart!by Shirley A. WilliamsIn this book, I shall present the messages of His Holy Apostolic Blessedness, then I will comment on them so that you can see the movement of God’s Spirit in my life through the messages of my father and Blessedness. I will also make commentaries on sermons from the “Whole Truth” magazines. Through these messages, you will see how I have grown under the tutelage of my Blessedness. Whenever you see a question mark behind a word or phrase, this means that I wrote what the tape sounded like; howeve... more
by Connie MyersMaintaining the safety of children in this predacious world is of the utmost importance, and should always be one of our top priorities. To that end, a remarkable new series of books has been written. The Words To Say Out Loud!® series focuses on empowering children with the skills and verbal weaponry they need to stay safe in what have become unsafe times. The heart of the system hinges on the idea that the key to empowering children lies in teaching them the ability to communicate clearly and ... more
by Miguel W. RamosPossibly one of the most complex deities of the Yoruba-Lukumí pantheon, Oshún is the epitome of beauty, motherhood, and femininity. No other orisha combines as many human and divine qualities as Oshún, the deity who teaches humankind how to live and love and enjoy life to its fullest. This book explores the roles and significance of Oshún. On the Orishas’ Roads and Pathways promises to be an insightful and extensive examination of Oshún, her presence in the Diaspora, and her position in the p... more
by Diana Polska
All Women Are Beautiful is the most comprehensive book ever written on how to improve female attractiveness, with over 1,000 scientific studies referenced.
No woman should ever feel inferior because of the way she looks; every single woman is beautiful. A plain woman is like a diamond in the rough that just needs polishing, and with cosmetic surgery, makeup, styling, and training, any woman can be a perfect 10.
Sparkly Bits of Spiritual Wisdom for Women: 29 1/2 Ways for Women to Get in Touch with Their Spiritsby Paula M. Ezop
After writing,"Sparkly Bits of Spiritual Wisdom," I began thinking that there is so much more that I would like to share with you that would help you put some sparkle back into your everyday life! These are simple things, a gentle reminder from your inner child, a nudge from spirit to laugh, love, dream, and create...
As women we want to have it all - we want a career and a family, and we want to have fun and enjoy life to the fullest. We work hard, we multita... more
by Paula Ezop
During one of the most difficult times of my life, (the death of my husband of 35 years), I was given a wonderful opportunity to write a weekly column (Following the Spiritual Soul) for a small South Carolina newspaper. "Sparkly Bits of Spiritual Wisdom," is a collection of those monthly columns.
After my husband's death I was lost, I was alone, and I was heartbroken. I had lost my high school sweetheart, my lover, my best friend, and my heart's inspi... more
by E. MarieThis is a career guidance book that prepares entry level employees for the world of work. It addresses a variety of subject matters including: project management, team work, managing your boss, performance evaluations, sexual harassment, difficult coworkers and networking. It is an easy to read guidance book with two main characters. One of the fictional characters is a female, a recent college graduate, who is preparing to enter the workforce. The other character is the narrator, who gives ... more
by Ken FritzEver hear about someone who won a big lottery jackpot and then blew all the money? Are you curious to know what happened? This book explores not only the silly, stupid, criminal and just nasty happenings that sometimes surround good fortune, but also provides a humorous look at why we may feel good when we see big winners lose it all.