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by Alicia Ros MarroquinA book of Spiritual Philosophy in which each of the 13chapters begins with a veil painting illustration. Chapters include 'Knowledge and Freedom' 'The Lost Art of Medicine' 'Courage in the 21st Century' 'Sculpture to Portrait' and 'The Human Journey.' The book challenges today's ideas which have discouraged innate truth from a perspective of higher wisdom, man's inherent gift.
by Barbara Strickland
Human life revolves around emotions. This exploration of life through poetry follows a trail of love, hate, happiness, depression, joy and death. Human emotions are complex and often involve a dark side. Being able to express all we feel is a way of dealing with the things life throws at us, and sharing it helps us feel less alone.
by Paul F. ArmstrongVery good leaders are puzzled why people are leaving a company. The CEO is pressured by the board to turn it around. He relies on one young leader to serve as the point to figure this out. She uses her love of nature and Bible to get the first clue. Others use their work experience, industrial experts and one even uses the experience of fixing a car. This is the journey that they each need to make, personally and as a team, to turn a nice sounding idea into a real business application that will ... more
by Thad CummingsIn a world that has become polarized in every form, Running From Fear is about looking at the thing behind the thing addressing the root causes instead of poking away at the symptoms. The goal is the engage a conversation around the "whys?" to all of life's challenges rooting back in one single issue.
by K. L. Martin
Crises will come and go throughout your life. But by discovering what drives your soul now, in your twenties, you will gain an inner strength that will sustain you for a lifetime.
by Sharon BrandonThis study guide offers research, meditation and insight to learning what God says in His word on various topics. Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. 2 Timothy 2:15
by Michael YerginIn Megamorphosis, Yergin candidly shares some of his life's lessons for success and his poignant and personal insights and mistakes. His brother's death and the disheartening events of 9/11 prompted Yergin to seek solutions to being unhappy and depressed. A message of hope and faith, Megamorphosis is an engaging discussion of positive psychology. It's about making a great and lasting change- one step at a time.
by Sue PighiniSue Pighini, author of "Expect the Extraordinary: Angelic Messages, Spiritual Encounters and the Soul of Skye", helps each of us answer the enormously important question of "how do I live the most fulfilling life possible"? Sue was struck by lightning and had a near death experience. She wants you to know that you don't have to go through a lightning strike to "light up" your life! The reason we are all on this earthly journey is to experience greater peace and passion in life. The only ... more
by Kathleen Hall and Bonner HardegreeToday's campfire for the long conversation about life, love and purpose is lighting up cyberspace and the global community. No longer can we pretend there is 'one right way' to be in this world. Spiritual, religious and cultural beliefs may influence our choices––yet, each of us has the innate power to shape our life and form relationships through intention and volition. Guided by ancient and contemporary thought leaders, we discover a new alchemy of science, psychology and spirituality. Beyo... more
by Edward WeissWhat Is The Golden Prayer? It is a light in dark times. A path to salvation, and more. When you depend on G-d, your life is in His hands, not yours. Here is your salvation.
by Larry Littany Litt
Sixty enlightening parables from the extraordinary life of Mad Monk: a Chan/Zen Buddhist, artist, humanist, lover, hedonist and above all moralist. Each parable brims with Larry Littany Litt's unique wit, wisdom, and practical advice. He's a renowned trickster and conversely a savior. Mad Monk is a contradiction, living his life fully with humor, creativity and a special sense of civic duty. Even though he's a Chan/Zen monk he loves women, wine and sometimes forbidden food. Yet he... more
by Maggie BrumitDon't get burned out! This book will share with you how to have peace among this chaos called life. It will show you how to take time to adjust, realign and move on. Maggie leads you on a journey, teaches you how to apply your SPF 15 and keep on keepin' on. Your day-to-day will never be the same and you will find out how to "Just Be You." Sit back, find a quiet place and enjoy this life changing experience as you read Life's a Beach.
by Julia GrockiWhat You’re Looking for is Not in the Fridge! is a raw, honest account of Julia Grocki’s life as she battled drastic weight fluctuations, negative self-image and emotional eating. She describes in detail the path that led her to reach 350 pounds at age 26, unable to identify with the person she saw in the mirror. Julia reveals her thoughts and feelings as she fought to build a healthy relationship with food and with herself. She lost 130 pounds in the process and has kept it off for over 12 y... more
by Kevin Nelson
Good storytelling is about creating an unbroken chain of events in the story from the onset to the climax then to the conclusion. Cause and effect is very important for plot development and how events of the story affect and effect each other. It can also influence other structures of literature in the novel which include: Characters Setting Narrative Point of View Conflict Theme Style Tone As such, mastering this skill is vital for improving the quality of your writing especially for the sel... more
by Alexis MooreMay this book be a parent’s survival guide to engaging with your children and grandchildren to help ensure that they all find refuge and security from their family members and caregivers when and if a cyberstalker or cyberbully and your child cross paths.
by Michael S. Sorensen
What if making one tweak to your day-to-day conversations could immediately improve every relationship in your life?
In this 3-hour, conversational read, you’ll discover the whats, whys, and hows of one of the most valuable (yet surprisingly little-known) communication skills—validation.
Whether you’re looking to improve your relationship with your spouse, navigate difficult conversations at work, or connect on a deeper level with friends and fa... more