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Through Their Eyes

By Carmen Ogert
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  • Publisher : Carmen Blanchette
  • Isbn : N.a
  • Pages : 64
  • Category : Psychology
  • Reads : 721
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This story goes through the life of each mental illness as an entity. Each mental illness is given a chance to roam the Earth. Nobody can see or hear them but they can feel the effects of being in their shadow. This story will also include a look into the life of someone affected by each mental illness. My hope is that this story, and the other stories to come, will shed some light on mental illnesses and make them not seem as scary to people who have them or know someone who does. It will also show how hurtful it is to know someone with the illness or to be the person with the illness. No, mental illness isn't a joke; in fact, it's very real. This story explains how real mental illness is, but also gives each mental illness a side of the story too.

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  • Publisher : University of Pittsburgh Press
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  • Pages : 274
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Spiced with wit and strong opinions, the third installment in Daniel Nagrin's trilogy explores the art of choreography through the life's work of an important artist. This is the first book to approach choreography through content rather than structure.

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  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
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  • Pages : 296
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  • Reads : 197
  • File Pdf: one-stop-shop.pdf

Book Summary:

If you ask me to describe in one word, as to what leaves the maximum impact on an Interviewer, I would say that it is your ‘personality’. As lot of positions have functions which the employer can teach you but personality is something they can’t teach you. And let me tell you that it is your personality itself which creates a negative or positive impression on the interviewer. Now, I am sure that you’ll agree to me that it takes a tremendous effort over several years to build up your personality, depending upon your upbringing, the school you went to, the quality of education imparted, the subjects studied by you, the life lessons taught to you by your elders, your personal habits, the books you read, your friends’ mentality, your approach towards life and many more factors. Therefore, personality is a much more holistic term which forms through a vast bunch of things, done all through your life. Thus, you may carry the notion that personality cannot be imparted to someone. Well, I would argue no! My belief stands at a distance than yours. What if I say that it can be trained to anyone through the source of a book? Sounds astonishing…isn’t it! That’s the beauty of this book. As it tells you that by simply following some basic set of rules, you can construct an appropriate tone, form a pleasing personality and therefore give an impression of having decent etiquettes to your interviewer. And let me tell you that personality goes a long way. Hence, I firmly believe that this book has the power to get you your dream job and transform your future.

Leading a Worthy Life

By Leon R. Kass
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Encounter Books
  • Isbn : 1641770996
  • Pages : 416
  • Category : Philosophy
  • Reads : 685
  • File Pdf: leading-a-worthy-life.pdf

Book Summary:

Most American young people, like their ancestors, harbor desires for a worthy life: a life of meaning, a life that makes sense. But they are increasingly confused about what such a life might look like, and how they might, in the present age, be able to live one. With a once confident culture no longer offering authoritative guidance, the young are now at sea—regarding work, family, religion, and civic identity. The true, the good, and the beautiful have few defenders, and the higher cynicism mocks any innocent love of wisdom or love of country. We are supercompetent regarding efficiency and convenience; we are at a loss regarding what it’s all for. Yet because the old orthodoxies have crumbled, our “interesting time” paradoxically offers genuine opportunities for renewal and growth. The old Socratic question “How to live?” suddenly commands serious attention. Young Americans, if liberated from the prevailing cynicism, will readily embrace weighty questions and undertake serious quests for a flourishing life. All they (and we) need is encouragement. This book provides that necessary encouragement by illuminating crucial—and still available—aspects of a worthy life, and by defending them against their enemies. With chapters on love, family, and friendship; human excellence and human dignity; teaching, learning, and truth; and the great human aspirations of Western civilization, it offers help to both secular and religious readers, to people who are looking on their own for meaning and to people who are looking to deepen what they have been taught or to square it with the spirit of our times.

The Subject Was Death

By Christopher Arch VII
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Dog Ear Publishing
  • Isbn : 1598587730
  • Pages : 396
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 575
  • File Pdf: the-subject-was-death.pdf

Book Summary:

This is a story of friendships and loyalty, a quest for spirituality, a test of character and a search for inner strength and peace of mind. The author was born in Akron, Ohio, graduated from Kent State University and maintains a home in the Portage Lakes."

From Crystals to Crocodiles

By Rudolf Steiner
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Rudolf Steiner Press
  • Isbn : 185584365X
  • Pages : 192
  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Reads : 578
  • File Pdf: from-crystals-to-crocodiles.pdf

Book Summary:

The remarkable discussions in this volume took place between Rudolf Steiner and workers at the Goetheanum, Switzerland. At Rudolf Steiner's instigation, the varied subject-matter was chosen by his audience. He took their questions and usually gave immediate answers. The astonishing nature of these responses - their insight, knowledge and spiritual depth - is testimony to Steiner's outstanding ability as a spiritual initiate and profound thinker. Accessible, entertaining and stimulating, the records of these sessions will be a delight to anyone with an open mind. In this particular collection, Rudolf Steiner deals with topics ranging from crystals to crocodiles! He discusses, among other things: speech and languages; lefthandedness; dinosaurs; Lemuria; turtles and crocodiles; oxygen and carbon; ancient giant oysters; the moon, sun and earth; the Old Testament; the real nature of Adam; breathing and brain activity; dreams; sugar; the liver and perception; brain cells and thinking; cancer and its origin; diabetes; the eyes of animals; Paracelsus; alcohol, and migraine.

Atlantean Legacy (2nd ed)

By Paula Bates
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : SynergEbooks
  • Isbn : 0744321085
  • Pages :
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 970
  • File Pdf: atlantean-legacy.pdf

Book Summary:

The Atlantean Legacy is the story of Akana, a priestess of ancient Atlantis. Filled with the details of her daily life, her friends, and her loves, Akana shares with you a glimpse into the rituals and practices of her people. She journeys through her other lives in the distant past and future, eventually revealing the crucial role she comes to play as the mythical island of Atlantis moves to the brink of destruction.

The Bhagavad Gita for Daily Living

By Eknath Easwaran
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Nilgiri Press
  • Isbn : 1586381458
  • Pages : 1410
  • Category : Religion
  • Reads : 594
  • File Pdf: the-bhagavad-gita-for-daily-living.pdf

Book Summary:

A comprehensive manual for living a spiritual life, based on a verse-by-verse commentary on India’s timeless scripture – from the author of its best-selling translation. This ebook includes all three volumes in this series. The Bhagavad Gita is set on the battlefield of an apocalyptic war between good and evil. Faced with a dire moral dilemma, the warrior prince Arjuna turns in anguish to his spiritual guide, Sri Krishna, for answers to the fundamental questions of life. Easwaran points out that Arjuna’s crisis is acutely modern. The Gita’s battlefield is the struggle for self-mastery that every human being must wage. Arjuna represents each of us, and Sri Krishna is the Lord, instructing us in eighteen chapters of lofty wisdom as we face the social, environmental, and global challenges that threaten our world today. Easwaran is a spiritual teacher and author of deep insight and warmth. His verse-by-verse commentary interprets the Gita’s teachings for modern readers, explaining the Sanskrit concepts and philosophy and applying them with practicality, wisdom, and humor to every aspect of our work, our relationships, and our lives. With everyday anecdotes, stories, and examples, he shows that the changes we long to see in the world start with the transformation of our own consciousness. The practical exercises recommended by Easwaran to achieve transformation are part of a spiritual program he developed for his own life. They are accessible to people from all backgrounds and cultures. Urging us to adopt a higher image of the human being, he assures us that peace and unity are within reach. Each volume of this series covers six chapters of the Gita. Each may be read on its own, but all three volumes together form an in-depth, verse-by-verse explanation of this ancient scripture and its relevance today. Included are instructions in Easwaran's universal eight-point program of passage meditation. Volume 1: The first six chapters of the Gita explore the concept of the innermost Self and source of wisdom in each of us. Easwaran explains how we can begin to transform ourselves, even as householders engaged in busy lives. Volume 2: The next six chapters of the Gita go beyond the individual Self to explore the Supreme Reality underlying all creation. Easwaran builds a bridge across the seeming divide between scientific knowledge and spiritual wisdom, and explains how the concept of the unity of life can help us in all our relationships. Volume 3: The final six chapters put forth an urgent appeal for us to begin to see that all of us are one – to make the connection between the Self within and the Reality underlying all creation. Global in scope, the emphasis is on what we can do to make a difference to heal our environment and establish peace in the world. Easwaran’s commentary is for all students of the Gita, whatever their background, and for anyone who is trying to find a path to wisdom, love, and kindness in themselves and our troubled world. Written as an authoritative, accessible guide to a much-loved scripture, it is a handbook for finding peace and clarity within. This second edition incorporates revisions made across all three volumes following the author’s final instructions.

The Moon's Dominion

By Richard Bradford,Gavriel Reisner,Gavriel Ben-Ephraim
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
  • Isbn : 9780838622667
  • Pages : 255
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Reads : 866
  • File Pdf: the-moon-s-dominion.pdf

Book Summary:

Posits a causal relationship between two themes in Lawrence's fiction usually thought to be unrelated: the dominance of women and the conflict between the tale and the teller. The connection is revealed in the course of a systematic analysis of the tale-teller division in Lawrence's earlier novels.