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by Tesfahiwet "Tes" MekonnenI wrote this story because I read an article where folks were attacking the appearance of a little girl--the little girl happens to be Blue Ivy Carter. What is wrong with folk? Even kids aren't sacred on the Internet. Leave the kids alone--they don't deserve your venom.
by Chantelle BranchTwenty-one year old Maci becomes trapped like a slave by the man who she loves dearly. Smoke quickly turns from a charming handsome man into a raging lunatic over a few short months of dating. Her family and friends were unaware of the secrets she kept hidden under gobs of makeup, sunglasses, and a cheerful personality - it fooled everyone. Maci finds her life in peril when she is kicked out by her father, abused by her lover day in and day out, and then forced to flee for her and her daught... more
by Kayla WholeyYour First Step to Re-create your Life in Oneness aims to help you as a reader to finally solve an ongoing problem in one or more areas of your life and eventually help you to take a further step towards realizing your dreams. With this book, you will: - Finally realize why you are experiencing a problem that repeats itself albeit in different forms - Be able to understand the awareness related reasons underlying your physical symptoms - Gain the ability to reflect on your problematic thinki... more
How to Get Even with the Universe by Getting Right with the World: Working Within Sacred Space and Timeby Steve GuettermannHow to Get Even with the Universe by Getting Right with the World will help guide the reader through sacred space and time. It offers suggestions, explanations and exercises to help the reader create and work within sacred space to bring new energy and awareness to the Planet, and access greater creativity, intuition and nonordinary realities. Our experiences within sacred space can help us live in any moment, anywhere, more fully, as we bring greater connection and appreciation to current situa... more
by Raul FoleaEtiquette within the Social Dance teaches you how to reasonably behave on the dance floor. It tells you everything you need to know about the most beautiful unspoken language: the Social Dance. This book is the first step to a more pleasant dance space, for a friendlier and larger community, for increased respect to the dancer next to you. The iBookstore eBook contains 15 videos made by professional dancers, that will help visualize the common conduit errors made on the dance floor, as well as h... more
by Steven McFaddenThis eBook – A Primer for Pilgrims – is an invaluable guide to personal spiritual growth, as well as to earth healing. It’s also a collection of riveting and beautifully told true stories about critical geospiritual actions in North America This nonfiction eBook by veteran journalist Steven McFadden also acknowledges, honors, draws from and strives to integrate the many cultures and traditions which have streamed onto Turtle Island (North America) over the last 500 years or so. We have long ... more
by Steven McFaddenThroughout history most successful and long-lived civilizations have held a place of respect for elders, and have benefited from their life wisdom. By and large this tradition is missing today, to the detriment not only of elders but also of society. This inspirational Soul*Sparks title from author and editor Steven McFadden offers a sagacious compilation of keys for adept aging. True elders are people who have gracefully accepted the passage of time, integrated their life experience with ... more
by Steven McFaddenThis refreshingly original ebook offers a concise but potent compendium of both contemporary and ancient North American (Turtle Island) wisdom teachings that may help guide the Human Beings through our ongoing era of transition. AUTHOR: It has been my destiny to travel with many contemporary Native American spiritual elders, and to hear many of the teachings they offer about the Earth and about the era of transition in which we live. This ebook is my effort to distill and then to express some... more
by Anthony DoesThe author of Blurry Daydream has outlined a creative work merging motivation and memoir that leads to the intersection between faith and life. Using imagination, curiosity and trust, Anthony Does has penned a most personal book as he provides a heartbreakingly honest and insightful portrayal of how to overcome the struggles of make believe religion to reconnect to real and meaningful belief. Ample stories mixed with wonder and humor quickly leads the reader into its pages. A wise and passionate... more
by Steven McFaddenTales of the Whirling Rainbow: Authentic Myths & Mysteries is a journalist’s account of some of the key myths and mysteries of the Americas, and an electrifying exploration of how those myths are echoed in real time. Veteran journalist Steven McFadden weaves the living myths together seamlessly in a tightly written ebook that is highly authoritative, informative, and soul-resonant.
by Karen FergusonBreath of Life is an insightful twenty-one-day devotional designed to appeal to the busy person. Join the journey, and discover a balanced, whole-being approach to wellness that is centered on the spirit-breathed Word of God. Inspiring and practical, each daily devotional explores one of the seven dimensions of wellness that contribute to optimal well-being and presents a My Daily Breath section that includes one or more of the following: • A song recommendation for inspiration • A verse for med... more
by Dr. Milton S. Klein
This book provides a fascinating interplay between medicine and Talmudic wisdom addressing themes of love, life, death, and core beliefs. It was born from a posthumous conversation between a cardiologist and his father, a rabbi and philosophy professor.
by John Koenig, PhD and John F. Kamwendo, ThDThe book makes it clear that there is a profound and indissoluble unity between mankind and the need to help (serve) others. They stress that “service to others” is the foundational vocation of humanity and should be expressed in all areas of our lives. It reminds us that “Every profession involves serving or attending to other people in one-way or another and that we are to ‘love one another’ and provide acts of charity and service to those we encounter each day while protecting against consid... more
by Bever-leigh BanfieldYou have an ultimate magic within you, capable of transforming yourself, your life and everything that exists. You needn’t fear change, leave it to others, or get stuck with whatever happens next. You can pull heaven right out of your hat with the alchemy of your heart and mind. You just have to know how to use your abracadabra presto change-o. You can make things disappear or pop up because you are the change you crave. Your dream is a reality somewhere, ready for you to experience it by making... more
by William CombsIn his recent book, William Combs takes a creative and compassionate look at sin, starting where it all began – in the Garden of Eden. There. sees innocence and good intentions gone wrong in that tumultuous afternoon. Combs brings a scholar’s mind and a pastor’s heart to finding fresh ways of challenging Christians to understand one of the most basic concepts of Christian believers – that of sin in our lives and in the world – and living with the effects of us knowing we are, outside of Christ, ... more
by Ronald R Johnson
"What role does God play in our lives while we're working?" That's the question that two young professionals, Dayton and Savannah, set out to answer. With the help of a unique discussion group led by Dr. Grizzled Mane, Philosopher-in-Residence at the Cathedral of Our Lord (C.O.O.L.), they begin to view the work world as a web of stories, with God acting as both observer and participant.
Along the way, they consider other questions: