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by Michael Rose
by Eve M. Harrell
Young women everywhere are seeking their identity in a myriad of places.
Am I beautiful?
Does anyone love me?
Who defines me?
What is my purpose?
How do I face my fear?
Can I escape self-hate?
Where can I find balance?
Can I really change the world?
Questions that we have all asked at one time of our life- Hello Beautiful serves to answer these questions while encouraging young women to see themselves in their Father’s Eyes through t... more
by Aisha AdeleTrends of resume sample viewed on the internet changes rapidly. At first it was head shots which changed to QR codes then to company logos, it’s unpredictable to tell which extras that will make your application noticed, and which saves you from the running.
Anyway, Certain things shouldn't go out of style: When packaging your accomplishments, lively writing and briefness still boost your chances in a job shop. Also the use of good ... more
by Butch NorthwoodA powerful, yet simple, guide to becoming Happier in 21 days or less. Practical step by step Happiness Recipes based on timeless wisdom, modern science, and real-life experience. A no-nonsense book filled with pragmatic and clear instructions on the nitty-gritty of making you happier. This book is for anyone who wants to be happier. *The 21 eternal truths and actions of happiness *How to make each day happier by following a simple daily action plan anyone can do *How to meditate, exercise a... more
by Michael Boyajian
Join the author on his Dharma journey as he explores his treatment for depression with Western methods and Tibetan Buddhism. The late Lama Norlha Rinpoche of KTC Monastery once said that Buddhism could help with depression. The author explores the premise.
by Valerie LynnI am an ordinary woman, who lives an ordinary life, into which something extraordinary happened. My story is one of wrong choices, painful loss, redemption, and a new spiritual awakening to live once again. I have decided to share my story in hopes it will give other women a voice and a willingness to live again after a loss. I have discovered there is healing in my words. With this I hope my words of encouragement will lift your spirits and sometimes make you smile, and on some days even make... more
by James E. HornMOSLEM MEN FEAR WOMEN Islam is Toxic for Females This (202 page) book is packed full of scathingly fundamental facts and truths that Moslems do NOT want Americans to know about. It starkly identifies why so many Moslem men actually hate women. In the forward of the book, Horn points out that: “There Are Deadly Consequences for precious, innocent, unwary western women: who risk becoming captives under terrible conditions. Accused of being a Moslem hater, Horn p... more
Fifth Dimensional Healing: Remove Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Blockages and Claim Your Divine Sovereigntyby Christina MartineFifth Dimensional Healing is a holistic healing manual which offers practical techniques and sacred wisdom that enable you to heal yourself and return to your natural state of enlightenment. After a short bio where I share my own healing journey, you’ll read part one of this book, which explains Fifth Dimensional Healing, a technique that was channelled to me from my higher self. If you’re not sure what the fifth dimension is, what channelling is, or what the higher self is, I’ve included a g... more
by Loriann Oberlin, MSThere's nothing like depositing cold, hard cash earned from hours spent at the keyboard. Money to pay the bills, afford a vacation and buy things you need. In small bursts of time, writers will be surprised at what they can accomplish in short projects to boost a bank account and improve self-confidence. Such victories propel them toward more lucrative assignments as they establish the skills needed to succeed and the published work to prove it. WRITING TO MAKE MONEY: SHORT PROJECTS provides ... more
by Yanatha DesouvreThe early reviews are in: 'An Essential Guide to Windows 10 is highly organized and logically flows from one section to the next. It includes simple, easy-to-follow instructions with clear screen shots to visually support the text.' Rebecca Andre Ph.D. Educational Technologies Director. 'There is no need for me to go searching through Microsoft’s site for information on configuration or the new tools. It is good to have a guide that covers it all' Cynthia Compere Systems Analyst ITIL, CAPM. Wind... more
by Frank LeighThis book is for you up and coming people that are starting to succeed in life and also for people that are struggling, frustrated,wondering why their success is taking so long and looking for answers. My hope is that it will be a tool to give you some very quick insight and a feeling of empowerment to speed up your success. This book reads like a reference list of 75 of the best success laws and principles, taken from wisdom passed down by people that have come before us. Each secret is only ... more
by Judith LambertMore than 18 million people have traveled to the tiny Bosnian village of Medjugorje to witness daily apparitions of the Virgin Mary and experience her healing powers. Author Judith Lambert, a skeptic, was among them. Events that occurred during her four pilgrimages there between 1986 and 1991, however, convinced her that Mary is not only present but “everyone’s goddess,” a culmination of the sacred feminine throughout history who loves and nurtures all of humanity.
by Judith LambertGold Medalist in the International Excellence Body, Mind, Spirit Book Award Contest and Bronze Medalist at the IPPY'S for 2017! The ground-breaking novel on the near-death experience that unveils the roots to a global spirituality. Religion's common denominator? . . . The Light God does not have a religion.God does not speak a language.God does not have a culture.It is we who require these things. Why has humankind always sought the Light? What do pharaohs and prophets and festivals arou... more
by Normandy Piccolo
Each year, approximately 4,400 children commit suicide due to bullying. Bullied Dying to Fit In is every bullied person's story and needs to be heard. Will you listen?
The book captures the raw emotional side of bullying. Though everyone's bully story is different, the pain felt is the same. The broken-heart tells the tale.
"Raw. Real. Emotional."
Bullied Dying to Fit In takes the bullied, the non-bullied and even t... more
by Anthony J. MarlowThis book is a treatise on life and love from the cradle to the grave. Its 31 topics with illustrations are diverse, and discuss a variety of historical subjects from justice to self-overcoming, politics. religion, and war and peace. Though viewed by many as an admonition to much of today's society and politicians, its rests on one basic theme: the vision of a more prosperous future for this country, and a hope and prayer for children of the new millenium.
by David Klow
People today live in psychological bubbles. They think that they are the only ones who experience what they do.
Person after highly intelligent person comes into therapy thinking that there is something terribly wrong with them. They think that they are crazy, yet do not realize that everyone around them is having quite similar experiences.
YOU ARE NOT CRAZY: Letters from Your Therapist ends the psychological isolation. It helps people realize that they are not the only ... more