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Spirituality/Inspirational

  • Reach Your Big Calm: 52 Powerful Messages to Quiet Your Mind

    by Lisa Esile

    This enlightening 52–card deck lets you easily connect with the peace beneath your thoughts. Each card contains an inspiring word, an evocative image, and a key message. These simple, powerful insights give you a new way of looking at your circumstances and make it easier to let go of fearful, resentful or critical thoughts. You’ll be calmer, happier, and more self-assured!

    Lisa Esile lives in Los Angeles with her husband. Not long ago, she spent months in silence living by ... more

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    by Domingo Cabrera
    Three of the most formidable words in the English language are brought together with a clear and fresh view on who God is and how He has loved mankind since the beginning of time. God: the only perfect one, all-powerful, creator of the universe. Is: a state of being that has always been and always will be. Love: the most powerful and euphoric force in the universe, which has caused nations to rise and fall and people to sacrifice their very lives in its pursuit. God Is Love-Love Is God moves pas... more
  • What Better Purpose for Music?: Five Short Stories

    by Jeff Resnick
    “What Better Purpose for Music than as a Gentle Rekindling of Emotions so Long Ago Experienced and so Deeply Enjoyed?” \tI am indeed a Musician. I relate these five true stories with the knowledge that Music possesses the absolute power to comfort the soul. For me, this epiphany struck in the last year of my parents’ lives. My Father suffered from all variety of physical ailments, my Mother from the mental ravages of Alzheimer’s disease. Struggling against all odds to remain together in life, ... more
  • When All Balls Drop: The Upside of Losing Everything

    by Heidi Siefkas
    Heidi Siefkas was a happily married, globetrotting professional who seemingly had it all—until a tree limb in New York's Hudson River Valley struck her down, breaking her neck and leaving her unconscious. Suddenly, life as she knew it stopped. She lost her independence. She lost her career. She watched her marriage disintegrate as she confronted a trail of devastating lies about her husband's double life. She had lost all that mattered, but she was a survivor. She fought to restore her health... more
  • The Yes Book: Writings about Yes

    by Jill Cooper
    The Yes Book is a phenomenal breakthrough anthology of award-winning authors writing about the power of the word Yes published by Exult Road. Seventy-two authors describe stories of transformation and hope, the challenge of life-changing decisions, and the magic of Yes in everyday life. Neurologist Dr. Newberg explains how using the word Yes physically changes the chemistry of the brain. Storytellers breathe Yes through the life of their characters. Poets extol the power of Yes in love and loss.... more
  • The VASE with the MANY COLOURED MARBLES

    by Jacob Singer
    During the years of apartheid South Africa, Emily Kleintjies, born into the Coloured Community of Cape Town, finds that she cannot live as a second class citizen in a country she loves. At the young age of 16 years old, she decides to jump the racial barrier and become a WHITE. She changes her name to Emma Kline, not realizing its Jewish Implications, and moves to Johannesburg. With the help of friends she makes, she succeeds and then spends her life fighting apartheid. The story is a beautiful... more
  • God Whisperer

    by Kimberley Troutte
    A frightened mother on the run... LONNIE HOGAN has lived and breathed fear for the eight years that she and her son have been on the run. She cut ties with the past and is hiding out in a small offbeat Danish community in California. Will the killers find them? She's ready to run again, or fight for her son's precious life, but she won't let anyone take David. A desperate man searching for his family... Few people on St. John, Virgin Islands, know that their favorite doctor, MARK NORTON,... more
  • Shake, Rattle & Roll With It: Living & Laughing with Parkinson's

    by Vikki Claflin

    Described as “Erma Bombeck meets Michael J. Fox,” “Shake, Rattle & Roll With It” is a collection of Vikki’s honest,and hilarious,essays about the ups and downs of life with a chronic illness. She shows us how to laugh at ourselves by first laughing at her, as she unabashedly shares with us her most embarrassing moments in her battle with Parkinson’s. If you have Parkinson's, or know someone who does, this is your book!

  • Blood for Blood

    by Ben Wolf
    What if a vampire got saved? The year is 1885. Raven Worth has been a vampire for the last century, but one night he ventures into a big tent revival meeting and later becomes a Christian. Now he must face classic vampire taboos like garlic, stakes, holy symbols, and mirrors head-on as he grows in his new faith and stops drinking blood. But when a group of bandits attacks the home of the evangelist who took Raven in and capture Calandra, the evangelist's daughter, Raven's new faith--and hi... more
  • Hamilton Troll Meets Pink Light Sprite (Revised)

    by Kathleen J. Shields
    Meet Hamilton Troll, a fun-loving friend to the forest creatures and quite a unique little troll. But Hamilton has a problem, a fear he simply can not control and it is up to Pink Light Sprite to help him resolve his problem. Follow Hamilton as he takes this exciting journey down the forest path. He will meet new friends that he will always remember and he will in-turn help others when they need him the most.
  • Akashic Alphabet

    by Trenace Rose

    This research-based, Spiritual-Inspirational Gift book portrays a thought-provoking series of vision narratives coupled with acutely sensitive illustrations painted by a Master Artist. It conveys diverse cultural and spiritual philosophies from around the world, revealing a graceful connection of Oneness in all. The All are One premise is based on an expanding theory by top-tiered physicists that all living matter exists in one vast quantum field of sub-atomic vibrations in the akash... more

  • The Yard Sale of Life: The 8 Coats of Meaning

    by Carol Gino

    One morning as Carol Gino is waking up, she finds herself in a strange landscape. And she’s not alone. Alongside her, in a wrinkled, pink angel outfit, stands Rashana, cloud dancing. Rashana is Gino’s higher self, and she wants to help Gino’s dreams come true. Ahead of her Gino sees a yard sale, but this is no ordinary yard sale; it’s a Cosmic Yard Sale, where she and Rashana explore life’s mysteries.

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  • Really Knowing God

    by C.N. Sensse
    This book encourages others to discover God for themselves without resorting to religion.
  • Leadership Philosophies from Unsung Leaders

    by Christina Motley
    Leadership Philosophies From Unsung Leaders: A compilation of principles and best practices from real people demonstrating positive change through positive leadership. A great leader is a rare gem in today’s society. To become an outstanding leader who leaves behind a legacy, one must aspire to be great, awesome and remarkable. These are the leaders who are remembered for transforming companies, guiding social change, influencing future generations and positively impacting the world. Chri... more
  • Mother's holding hands

    by Sayyeda
    When I was day of born I was so very sick because when I was in sick kids for children's hospital because is part of Sent from my iPad When I looked so beautiful unborn baby when my mom is good hands to unborn baby how is makes better . When my parents were helping with all my needs abilities because when I was unborn baby. When my parents takes me to sick kids for children's hospital for my stomach check so they always be there with me so long when they hold me when I got ivy so then they take ... more

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