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by Anselm Nwaorgu“Beating the Odds” is a motivational and self-improvement book that is based on the author’s conviction that success in life should not be defined by our limitations but by our inherent potential, self-determination and grace. To make this case, the author takes the teachings of Matthew Chapter 25 and develops it into eight practical principles for becoming successful in life and with compelling life experiences and keen biblical insight, provides the framework for the application of these prin... more
by lon coleThe book is series of poems that is inspirational and very up-lifting
by Darlene H. WilliamsonI Can Soar is an inspiring children's book that encourages young people to always aim high even though there may be difficulties in their lives. I Can Soar is based on the biblical principle in Isaiah 40:31. "But those who trust the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles..." I Can Soar will teach children not to be afraid to ask for help. The book shares the adventures of Jessie, a female bird, who runs into trouble but escapes. I Can Soar teaches life les... more
by Chariss K. Walker
Chariss K. Walker, M.Msc., shares thirty plus years of metaphysical study in hopes that, after reading this small book, you’ll allow the universe to manifest your dreams and desires. The universe is constantly conspiring on your behalf to bring those desires into form. Get out of the way and allow it to do so!
- Universal truths
- The Pure Definition of Abundance
- Universal Truth #1 – Like attracts like
- Univer... more
by Daniel R. MathewsSome true stories read like fiction, but for those who have to personally live through the experiences, the nightmare is vividly real. Daniel R. Mathews digs into the darkness of his past with his haunting memoir, The Demons of Plainville. As a child, Daniel struggles to find his footing in an upside-down world. His mother is mentally ill and addicted to drugs; she performs black masses to summon demons, is physically abusive, and plays brutal mind games that make him doubt his sanity and des... more
by Victor FamiliaHave you ever questioned if you are able to achieve your dreams? Paul on long journey in life, meets several "opportunities" and his "master" makes him see that every "opportunity" or difficulty is an opportunity, a lesson in life to become in an extraordinary person. Geniuses are not born, they are made from within. Find out how to become!
by Judith MillerThe search for meaning, which is so crucial for psychological health, has lost its traditional anchors. As a result, millions of individuals are creating their own belief systems. This shift began back in the Sixties, as people left traditional religion and began exploring other forms of spirituality. Social contradictions demonstrate the complex factors around the topic of the spiritual life in the West. We have reached a pivotal moment where many negative forces seem to be pulling us apar... more
by Jeremy Odom
by Aliza McCracken
Creative Abundance beautifully nourishes your fondest dreams through love, hope, and courage. In Aliza's brilliant masterpiece of art and prose, she expresses several eternal truths. One, that your presence may positively impact others. Another, that life is about sharing your unique gifts and talents. And most importantly, by aspiring to be loving and compassionate, you can experience the beauty of heaven on earth.
Thank you very much for your faithful support. A p... more
by William Hunter HowellWithout a plan, Tallahassee Haywood arrives in Antigua on a cheap-flight whim and a need to escape the ordinary. Without the chance to argue, he quickly falls prey to a myriad of exploits, the shack he lives in barely providing a roof over his head as he works the docks of English Harbour, a deckhand for the filthy rich and a regular at filthy bars. Surrounded by money and booze and corrupted everything's, Tallahassee starts to realise his own way, his wants and wishes, his morals and integritie... more
by J. Michael Yang
In this thought-provoking book, author Michael Yang tackles some of life's fundamental questions that have given philosophers pause for centuries. The book will transform your understanding of reality in multiple aspects:
- Human mind activities can be explained through two parallel tendencies, namely, the actualization of potential and the search of reunification. This explains a large portion of the roots of religion and the similarity and difference of different cultures; ... more
by DB LorganThe book is about a journey of a family's experience that is surrounded by many seemingly unusual ways to live their life. The guidance is given by the spirit realm from one generation to another. There is a blending in the story line that has just managed to captivate the reader. How.. (Well, that is an angel thing) so much so that the reader feels as if they are walking right thru the story. I assure you it is filled with more engaging thoughts than just a normal book You will think... more
by Denise BossarteYou can find so much more than just sand on the beach. You can find people, animals, interesting and unusual objects, and occasionally, deep thoughts! In this collection of free verse poems, Denise Bossarte takes you on an adventure to explore the things you can find on the beach. Each poem's imagery is reflected in a paired watercolor illustration by award winning artist Nancy Standlee.
by C.J. MaritzA reader-friendly self-help guide rated 5 stars by Readers’ Favorite. This thought-provoking book is about the choices and opportunities inherent in the human condition.
by Marilyn HardingA chronicle of self-discovery, self-love and personal freedom through tragic, comedic and challenging life experiences. Humorous, intimate and lyrical; a profound guide to simple happiness.
by Quoleshna Elbert
Afraid to stand out. Afraid to fit in.
The term "individuality" has become a banner for all things unique and (often) over-the-top. While we can acknowledge we are each created to be different, we also long to belong. We don't want to be too set apart.
In its truest sense "individuality" is a matter of a whole identity vs. being wholly different.
Discovering and fighting for that which truly makes you a one-of-a-kind person often means assessing the &... more