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by Frank P. Daversa
"Spirituality in the 21st Century" enhances one's understanding of spirituality, life, and the world. It guides one through the growth process, providing key insights along the way. It details steps necessary to advance the reader's spiritual understanding leading up to enlightenment. It covers such topics as default spiritual paths, needs vs. desires, relationships, passive vs. proactive learning, intolerance, and the natural environment just to name a few. It's a must ... more
by BS MurthyThe spiritual ethos and the philosophical outlook that the Bhagvad - Gita postulates paves the way for the liberation of man, who, as Rousseau said, ‘being born free, is everywhere in chains’. But equally it is a mirror of human psychology, which enables man to discern his debilities for appropriate redressal. All the same, the boon of an oral tradition that kept it alive for over two millennia became its bane with the proliferation of interpolations therein. Besides muddying its pristine philos... more
How I Sold 30,000 eBooks on Amazon's Kindle-An Easy-To-Follow Self-Publishing Guidebook 2015 Editionby Martin CrosbieOutlines the methods the top 5% of successful self-published authors utilize to produce their eBooks in a professional, cost-effective manner. Shows what happened after Amazon changed the rules and what you need to do right now to adjust your strategy. How to adopt the philosophy that will allow promotional opportunities to come to you. In February 2012 Martin Crosbie's self-published eBook "My Temporary Life" hit Amazon's top ten overall bestseller list. The next month Amazon posted a... more
by Kaitlyn MirisonAn Artist’s Pillars is a guidebook for how to believe in yourself and give what you want to create an opportunity to exist. Your skills, natural talents, dreams and desires can take you only so far because the creative process has a way of highlighting your insecurities. And when these insecurities and deeply seeded self-doubts have their grip on you, the step you need to take to move your project from the container of your mind and heart to the external world can seem insurmountable. ... more
by Sagar Khetia & Dinesh Khetia"This book will help you to live a stress-free life full of joy and satisfaction. It contains every aspects of life and best way to deal with each of them. This is a rare book that will change your life." Lets turn possibilities into realities, opportunities into success. Lets enjoy our lives by converting Occasions into festivities. Our existence is our biggest achievement and that is the reason why we have many choices. "Happiness" is also one of those choices. Let us all be happy, and no ... more
by Joshua Hill
Its getting tougher and tougher to get into college...especially the good colleges. Some people believe that the freshman year is a throw away year and that colleges understand it is a transition year. It is utter nonsenese. As a matter of fact, the freshman year may be the most important year of a students high school career because students will choose their friends, classes, activities and actually establish the high school trajectory which will ultimately determine the l... more
by Latina D. RobinsonThis marriage series will give you a few tips and a ton of encouragement as you strive for a successful marriage. It makes a comparison between the natural age and the years of marriage.
by Ceaser ConradWhat ever happened to love? Is it a figment of our imagination? Are we so busy chasing the American dream that love has become one of the things to do on our bucket list. Cupid's Concern is based on thoughts of why love has faded into the darkness. It contains reasons people cheat, the key ingredients on having a blissful marriage, and discusses how a child grows up in a house of love versus a house without love. It teaches how to reopen up your heart and receive what love has to offer.
by Vicki Morris
Learn to be Happier in Just 4 Minutes a Day
Are you unhappy with your work? Disappointed with your life?
Have you been looking for a new job, relationship or move to make you happier and still feel the same a few months after you get it?
If so, then maybe it's time to try a new approach.
Author and Career Happiness Coach, Vicki Morris, is here to show us that we have the power to be happy now -within ourselves in the present moment. ... more
by John Cates and Jennifer CummingsArt Greer-Assistant to the General Presbyter, The Presbytery of New Covenant Presbyterian Church (U.S. A.) When parents came to me, having discovered their child was involved in drugs, and asked, "What in the word do I do now?", my answer was simple: "See John Cates!" It still is. Barring that, this book, Recovering Our Children, is the next best thing! Phil Lineberger-Pastor of William Trace Baptist Church of Houston, Texas and Past President of the Baptist General Convention of Texa... more
by HALIMAH BELLOWSThe path to a fulfilling new career is a journey of many steps. Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work has been written to serve as a helpful guide and companion on every step of that journey. Champion Your Career is unusual in that it combines career counseling with career coaching. By asking the appropriate questions, Champion Your Career gives you not only the theory behind choosing a career that’s right for you, but offers practical exercises, resources, and powerful questions... more
by Tobias BeckwithA manifesto and guidebook revealing the secrets of the real wizards of history to empower the world changers of today. The author examines the stories of wizards both from legend--Merlyn, Gandalf, The Wizard of Oz, etc.--but also many true wizards from history, including da Vinci, Einstein, Gandhi and more recent examples inlcuding Even Ensler, Jeff McBride and Steve Jobs. He concludes that these unusually effective human change agents share certain common traits. Traits that are not taught in o... more
by Stephanie CarmichaelStephanie Carmichael is an inspirational speaker and author. She is also a two time survivor of aggressive breast cancer. Walk with Stephanie as she shares her story of her experiences in the battlefield of breast cancer and how she learned to find peace in a time of great fear and uncertainty. There is peace to be found right where you are in the midst of the storm. This book was written to bring peace, hope and inspiration to all who are going through or have been through breast cancer.
by Natalie Ross
by Michael Taylor"Contrary to negative media generated stereotypes, I personally believe that Black men are poised to experience unprecedented levels of success in the world today. Never have the doors of opportunity been open wider for us to follow our passions and create the life of our dreams. For those of us who are willing to make the investment in our own personal growth and development, we will be rewarded with great relationships, dynamic health, financial abundance, spiritual connection, a deep sense of... more
by Priscilla RonanThis book focuses on the challenges and emotions of being with someone who is terminally ill and dying. Practical advice for the role you might play, what to do and say, and how to take care of yourself.