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by Nikki Berkel
So many moms run around like crazy during the holidays-with extra long to do lists, doing their best and trying to please everyone. This eBook could save you 20+ hours of your precious time during the holidays! It’s an easy read, will take around an hour to read, and I include some helpful guides and a list of questions to ask yourself and your family.
What many moms do when approaching the holiday season while feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and anxious, is try their best to cope.... more
by Lawrence J. Danks
"Larry's book combines positive psychology, motivation and memoir to provide a powerful reminder to really live while we are alive, regretting nothing. His lively reminiscences of growing up in a funeral home are not morbid, but lie in the tradition of a Zen Buddhist meditation on death: facing the great uncertainty and inevitability of death, we are reminded of the opportunity to love, and most of all, to be grateful for everything." - Tom Butler-Bowdon - Author of the ... more
by Lawrence L. Stentzel IIIThe twenty-eight-thousand-year nonintervention policy of the planet Om had mutated from a moral ethos into a culpable misfortune and wrongdoing. The Kundabuffer Empire was usurping planets with humanoid populations into the war economy of its accelerating imperial expansion for more than a thousand years. Om had the technological power to end the suffering caused by this tumor-like empire, yet it did nothing. Om owed much of its advanced knowledge to a super-evolved race of posthumanoids who had... more
by Judith FranklinWithin each human, regardless of ethnicity and life experiences lies our spirit. Within it, lie our beliefs, dreams, and the capacity to soar. This gift of spirit, a bequest of our Creator, contains our dreams, beliefs, encounters with our God, the power to achieve lasting relationships, and weave memories. With all of its powers, it remains our own. Within these pages, may you find your own ?musings,? find peace within the stanzas, recall a joyful experience, or grow in your spiritual life, awa... more
by David AskewAre you working in the field of electronics and have no formal training but want to learn more about the basics? Or are you a hobbyist who wants to learn more about how electronics work? Then this book is for you. This book goes through the basic theory of topics such as DC and AC. It also covers several electronic components, how they work and applications along with labs to experiment with, audio, data, and troubleshooting. The end of the book also contains several listings of suppliers of bot... more
by Thomas MillnerFor those who don?t know, PD stands for Parkinson?s disease. I could think of other names right now as well, but I?ll stick to the subject. Technically, there?s a portion of my brain that produces dopamine, a chemical necessary for nerve conduction (and a bit of sanity), where cells have died. There?s a technical term for those cells as well, but this is neither an anatomy lesson nor a pharmacological treatise, so I?ll forgo the technical details. I want to talk about what it?s like for me to ex... more
by Rob KowalskiWhy Waiting Works is the self-proclaimed, most practical book ever written on the subject of waiting to have sex until marriage. While some books have been written, few, if any, have ever broken it down as clearly. Why Waiting Works deconstructs the myths and misconceptions associated with the often misunderstood, but vital to understand subject. It’s the common sense approach to dating and finding true love. Have you ever wondered, WHY WAIT? WHAT’S THE POINT? WHAT SENSE DOES THAT MAKE? Mayb... more
by A. I. Shoukry
Searching for calm waters in a turbulent life? In an increasingly complex world, the need to understand where you stand and where you are going is fundamental on the personal, organizational, and societal level.
A. I. Shoukry—author of the bestselling book In or Out—introduces us to his innovative concept; anchor system thinking.
You are a vessel in the sea of life. Whether you like it or not, whether you float or sink, stand still or ... more
by Ronald JohnsonComing of age in a world of new beginnings. From the innocence of the Appalachian Mountains to the haunting secrets endured in German forest. A symbolic journey described by one who undertook it. Discover the tribulations that refines character and faces uncertainty using defiant confidence to navigate through the dark forest of humanity. Unforgetable. Compelling. First love. Will you be able to see the trees for the forest?
by Susanna GoldYour relationship has ended - and you are devastated. You feel lonely and depressed and you can’t shake the terrible mood you are in at all times. You miss him badly and you desperately hope that he’ll contact you. But in your heart you know that it’s unlikely. On some days you feel like you would do almost anything to win him back. On other days you want to get over him, leave the relationship in the past, and move forward with your life – but how? You can get past these feelings. You can ge... more
by Susanna GoldVoted #1 of the best breakup books to read in 2018 by BookAuthority, book recommendations made by the world's most successful CEO's, business leaders and experts, and on the list of BookAuthority's best books of all time. Your girlfriend who you loved with all your heart has just broken up with you, leaving you devastated. You have difficulty accepting that the relationship is truly over. You feel depressed and lonely, and nothing you do seems to raise your spirits. There are days when you m... more
by David SedilloWe live in the most incredible era of human history. Yet too many of us find ourselves unhappy, unfulfilled, and out of touch. @happy is a collection of 30 simple phrases and drawings meant to inspire the path to a happy, meaningful life, complete with supporting sources for further research. Read them, try them, and come to discover on your own how to survive these modern times. The journey is half the fun.
by Nancy WagamanOne dream symbol can reveal the meaning of an entire life-transforming dream. This dream dictionary unlocks the power of dream symbols with tips, tools, and 1500 symbols defined for personal growth by the author of The Curious Dreamer’s Practical Guide to Dream Interpretation. The interpretation of dreams opens the door to a new world of empowering self-knowledge in your dreams each night. This book puts that power of dream symbol meaning directly into your hands.
by Dawn BurnettIt's Time To Thrive! We've all heard tragic divorce stories from our friends - and may have one of our own. But have we really embraced a fresh new start? Or have we just picked up the pieces of the divorce rubble and moved forward trying to make sense of it all? In this powerful book of vast relationship wisdom, you'll discover pages cascading with helpful tips and easily adoptable strategies presented through the engaging, personal anecdotes of author and wellness strategist Dawn Burnett. ... more
by Magui BlockMany of us muddle through life while lugging heavy baggage crammed with an invisible family legacy. Unfortunately, most of us have no idea what is inside the baggage. Even worse, as members are added to the family, they clone the baggage and add more weight. The good news is that it is possible to liberate ourselves and our offspring from a burdensome legacy and ultimately heal and joyfully move forward. Magui Block draws upon her work as a psychotherapist to share cases and personal experiences... more
by Marie StevensA book of imagery, gentle persuasion, touching, encouraging, new life love and desire, not only in our own selves but, God Himself.