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by Julie Penshorn
This award-winning book features multicultural children and children of varied abilities, finding peace in situations where peace could be hard to find. Kids and adults alike learn to seek peace using mindful breathing and more, to cope with their various struggles. Realistic scenarios help children believe that peace can be found if they seek it.
Seeing peace is the first in the developmental stages of children as peacemakers. It is interconnected and overlapping with being peace and w... more
by Jonas E. AlexisA person can be brought into bondage in two different ways: by force or by his own will. Force is a crude way of bringing a person into submission, but using the person?s own free will can be done sophistically and covertly. Under the banner of ?democracy? and ?freedom,? America has been under the bondage of what E. Michael Jones has aptly called ?sexual liberation and political control? for over fifty years. In the first two volumes of the trilogy, Alexis explored these ideological themes. In t... more
by Duly NotedI was just your run-of-the-mill alcoholic who God saw fit to rescue! For close to forty years, I struggled with addiction, and as time went on, it always got worse quicker and got more intense after any period of ?clean time.? It was not until this unprofessional writer put God like I never had him before in my life and also after a proven twelve-step program that I was able to get and stay sober?one day at a time. I was bankrupt in all ways?financially, emotionally, mentally (at times I couldn?... more
by Denis O'DriscollSimple, safe, enjoyable and fuss-free, 100 Physical Education. Activities is an invaluable resource for teachers, parents or anyone looking to occupy energetic kids for a few hours. Drawing on twelve years? teaching experience, Denis O?Driscoll presents an accessibly array of innovative activities and movements - from traditional playground games to challenging exercises - all guaranteed to capture the imagination
by Dan Cohen MDThis book is all about the limitations we impose on ourselves by maintaining our ego and how to fix it in order to awaken to what we truly are. Our ego is simply a personal collection of beliefs adopted early in life to protect us from feeling unloved and unworthy. We created them to help us feel safe and secure. These beliefs spawn feelings and behaviors, which we call defense mechanisms or coping strategies. We each have become addicted to replaying these coping strategies whenever our beliefs... more
by Diane de SimoneA NEW, very short interactive book – 27 pages! HEADPHONES are recommended. Read and listen to music in all the right places. The message: We have to evolve! We are being asked by nature – who has been worn out by all of our bashing – to get on with inhabiting what awaits us – a higher consciousness, a new humanity, a new earth. Scientists are now in agreement. These times are calling for our transformation. For an introduction to all of this read: …stepping lightly through times of great chang... more
by Hope SarnaRecent release “I Want to Be a Boy” from Page Publishing author Hope Sarna is a compelling picture book for little girls who can identify with Belle’s problem— Belle is not a girly girl; she likes sports, dinosaurs, and pirates, and she hates dolls and fairies; but thanks to the widespread belief of what is proper for boys and girls, she thinks she can’t have all that and still be a girl; however, her wise and accepting mother has surprising and wonderful news for her.
by James J VarelaThe Great Recession may be over but for millions of Americans daily life remains a constant struggle to pay bills let alone save money. Young people worry about college costs and future job prospects & Food Stamp & Welfare rolls stay at record levels and real poverty and near poverty rates remain high. This book is in many ways a personal memoir for me as I have lived through most of what I teach. The No Money Book is not a just a book on how to survive hard times it is a program to get out of h... more
by Brian M. Keltner, MA, LPC, NCC
Do the success, satisfaction, and quality-of-life you seek remain elusive despite your best efforts? Does your mind seem to betray you at crucial moments? Are you sabotaging yourself because of problematic thought patterns? Would you like to do something about it? In Check Your Reality: Transforming Distorted Thinking For Lasting Empowerment & Well-Being the author addresses this unique and formidable challenge. Utilizing foundational aspects of ancient Stoic wisdom, contemporary psy... more
The Book of the Underdog: The Manual to Rise To The Top, Win Over The Competition and Crush Your Bossby Max CantorThe Book of the Underdog is a guide in the methods of ascension. You'll learn: -Why you didn't get that job (hint: you weren't part of the two "Tribes") -90%+ of online Resumes get trashed and it's not even your fault -What is absolutely essential to scale up your career -How to wrestle the power away from your boss -How CEOs play the game of power -How to use anger to your advantage -Why fear is not an emotion -CEOs and politicians have the largest number of psych... more
by Zachery McGivensThe Wisest Wisdom is a collection of 300 thought provoking, inspirational, humorous and enlightening quotes from one of the greatest philosophers and minds of the 21st Century. Zachery McGivens, has written a truly refreshing and wonderful book. Simply put, it's a must read and will be a great addition to your collection. This book is a revelation, Period!
by Larry BarrThe martial arts aren't about fighting; they're about how to live your life. Wisdom from the Dojo and Other Tales is a how-to-manual about becoming a black belt in life. You don't have to be a martial artist to benefit from the philosophy and knowledge in this book.
by Laura CharanzaIn Ugly Love: A Survivor’s Story of Narcissistic Abuse, former journalist and two-time survivor of narcissistic abuse Laura Charanza details her decades of traumatization at the hands of loved ones, and shares her personal account of mental and emotional abuse, as well as her long, yet inspiring, road to recovery. Whether you’re currently in a relationship with a narcissist, or know someone who is, Ugly Love can guide those suffering through their own pain and help them begin their path to heali... more
by Nina HeikkilaA practical guide that teaches you how to use the Law of Attraction, and the other Universal Laws influencing your life, to achieve your goals. By examining what you have been taught and releasing your negative beliefs, you can transform your life and live your potential. The exercises and meditations in this book teach you how to effectively co-create with the Universe and manifest the life of your dreams.
by Kathleen BjorkMy Mother is Losing Her Memory, and I Am Losing My Mind is the true story of a mother’s journey through dementia told through the eyes of her caregiver daughter. Related with compassion and humor, it details the mother’s fight to keep her independence and the family’s decisions to keep her safe. Loss of control of her finances as well as her car is met with anger, and a fall which results in a broken hip and rehabilitation confirms that she cannot live alone. A concession to let her return to li... more