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by Tisha LinThis book is a unique collection of 54 empowering + diverse stories written by mothers from around the world. It includes stories that end shame, help mothers heal, and unite all loving mothers. Every stage of motherhood is represented, from caring for newborns to toddler tantrums, and from raising teenagers to reflecting on becoming a grandmother.
by Angelo LowerySome time ago, I advanced to a new level of spiritual transformation consisting of awareness and consciousness. Many things transpired to enhance my level of consciousness and led me to a new journey of refined cosmic consciousness. This is where spirit began to speak to me about the things I had encountered through my life’s journey. The sexual, physical, mental and emotional abuse of traumas in my life became a way for me to help others in this world. I had to heal myself first to help others,... more
by Kat KronenbergDream Big, a mythological fable, takes readers back to the wild of East Africa where life began, and a moody Baboon discovers a powerful secret. One by one, Caterpillar, Tadpole, and Flamingo gaze up at the night and wish upon a star for their wildest dreams. When Baboon sees Caterpillar turn into a butterfly, Tadpole into a dancing frog, and Flamingo into an extraordinary pink bird, he realizes a transformative power exists between the stars and the animals once they truly believe in themselves... more
by DeeAnn SchumacherA family of hedgehogs receives unexpected rewards on Christmas. This heartwarming story touches on generosity, sharing and family in the true spirit of Christmas.
by Ariann ThomasChanging Our Genetic Heritage: Creating a New Reality for Ourselves and Future Generations is a practical guide on healing the inherited genetic patterns in our lives on every level with practices to repair ill health, poverty, poor relationships, bad career choices, and lack of joy in life. Most of us are limited by beliefs and wounds from our ancestors’ cultures, our families’ histories, and the world’s stories that we unconsciously adopt in our lives. These beliefs keep us from our full poten... more
by Upskill LearningThere’s an old saying that goes, “The best inheritance is not money, but education”. And that still holds true even today. Even with the fast-paced movement of the world now compared to some decades ago, one thing for sure that will never cease is the value of knowledge sprouting from a good education. Parents, for one, know how priceless education can be in a person’s lifetime. That is why they strive so hard to get their children into the best schools and universities. But with all of the inst... more
by Rudolph Briscoe
by Lynette CollinsYou may never know how brave you can be until you need to show it. Margie and Wolf: Going to Free the Others is book 3 in author Lynette Collins?s Margie and Wolf series. Some of Margie and Wolf?s friends have been kidnapped, and it?s up to them to free the children. You?ll learn how much courage children can have when they have friends willing and able to help them. Margie and Wolf return to the camp with their fairy friend to free the children being held. If you?ve read the other books in the ... more
by Ali Jensen
Anything I Dream, is an adorably illustrated story that features the multitude of professions that little ladies can be when they grow up. It is based off real women who the author knows, loves and respects (e.g. the architect, baker, teacher, pilot, etc.).
This book reinforces the positive messaging around the possibilities and power of being a little lady who can dream big.
Strong women. May we know them - may be be them - may we raise them!... more
by Dhruv Avdhesh“From epic fail to happily ever after” ~ The New Indian Express Overnight sensations do not become literally so overnight; virtuosos are not always born so; and success… well, there never really is such a thing as success without having tasted the bitter fruit of failure. This book celebrates ten such moments of failure that drove ten different individuals to cut new paths for themselves. Celebrating Failure chronicles the lives, journeys and major failures of these people from different ... more
by Alex Dixon
by Maribeth Vander WeeleThe Joy of Job provides stunning new insights into the ancient Old Testament story of Job, challenging the traditional interpretation of a book that has confounded Bible readers throughout the ages. Using exacting Biblical exegesis, the book offers sacred lessons about self-examination, religious pride, and discerning leadership. Surprisingly, the book of Job emerges as one of the greatest stories of repentance and restoration ever told.
by Scott LaPierreTrials are part of life on this side of heaven, and God wants to use them for your good! Your suffering is not meaningless. Learn scriptural principles that give you the encouragement you need when suffering. Every chapter concludes with questions that help you apply what you are reading. Perfect for personal Bible study or small groups.
by Abbot George Burke
In The Gospel of Thomas for Awakening, Abbot George shines the "Light of the East" on the sometimes enigmatic sayings of Jesus recorded by his apostle Saint Thomas, revealing their unique and rich practical nature for modern day seekers for spiritual life.
While many books related to the Gospel of Thomas deal with historical or theological issues, Abbot George's approach is remarkably practical, dealing with how Jesus' words can be applied to make your life be... more
by Janet RichardsA lemonade stand, a principal’s tender heart, a Bundt cake, and a young boy’s invitation to a funeral, all come together to begin this extraordinary journey. Does everything happen for a reason? Is there such a thing as Divine Providence? How does one reconcile belief in a merciful God of love with the inscrutable, inequitable nature of human suffering? Only A Shadow is and amazing story of resilience, perseverance, and the power hidden in a single moment. It tells a tale of a remarkable relati... more
by James DuncanCharles Darwin's work is challenged, particularly his emphasis on competition in evolution. I amass evidence showing that cooperation, or mutual aid, is the more important factor; its protagonist is Russian naturalist and anarchist, Peter Kropotkin. Examples of anarchic mutual aid are cited, First Nations (Natives of the Americas), A.A., and the Al-Anon Family Groups. I urge all to adopt mutual aid, supported by Higher Powers, in our struggle for survival.