How To Get There From Here The Ten Lessons That Have Served Me Well

Author: Coleman H. Peterson
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468537431
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How To Get There From Here The Ten Lessons That Have Served Me Well from the Author: Coleman H. Peterson. THEN AND NOW In 1971, as an undergraduate student at Loyola University of Chicago, I often sat on the steps of the Chicago Water Tower during class breaks. I watched the traffic flowing north and south along Michigan Avenue’s bustling Magnificent Mile. As a kid who hailed from the housing projects on the west side of Chicago, I marveled at the late model cars, beautifully tailored pedestrians and the expensive boutiques that lined the street. I often wondered, “How do you get there from here?” In 1994, I arrived in Bentonville, Arkansas to assume my new post as the Senior Vice-President of the People Division for Wal-Mart Stores (Sam Walton’s term for human resources). Soon to become the world’s largest retailer and private employer, a Fortune #1 company and among the Fortune 100 Best Companies To Work For. I had experienced an exciting and satisfying journey. Today, residing on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina I enjoy my role as consultant and corporate board member for several public companies. Over the years, I have shared my thoughts on “getting there from here” in many places around the world. Why not finally put them in a book? Good question. This book is my answer. Enjoy.

Deep Happy

Author: Peter Fairfield
Publisher: Weiser Books
ISBN: 9781609256012
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Deep Happy from the Author: Peter Fairfield. Everyone wants to be happy. But somehow our happiness is transient, depending on what’s happening in our lives. There is a deeper happiness that can only be found in the present moment. Deep Happy is based on quantum physics and the belief that we are intimately and infinitely connected to the larger universe. Spiritual and transformational healer Peter Fairfield offers tools and practices to achieve everyday happiness. He distills more than 40 years of healing, research, and personal experience into this profound and practical volume. The stories and exercises in Deep Happy show readers how to understand and communicate with a deeper intrinsic reality to achieve lasting happiness:The more singular our request, the easier it is for the universe to respond.Positive and negative expectations can cancel each other out.The universe hears the heart most easily.Remember that the universe is us.The separation we feel is an illusion we have created in our own head. This is a fascinating and provocative look at the deepest workings of the biological, quantum, and sacred reality of who we are. Fairfield shows how anyone can drop beneath the normal noise of everyday life to experience deep and profound happiness.


Author: Emily Head
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN: 1598867202
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Heaven from the Author: Emily Head. Do you fear dying and going to hell? Do you think you're going to heaven, but you're still not sure that's where you'll spend eternity? If you said yes to either question, Emily Head's Heaven: How to Get There is a must read to put your worried mind at rest. In this little book, you hold the answer to the most important question known to man: "How do I get to heaven?" It also holds answers to such questions as: "Why do we have to die in the first place?" and "What does heaven look like?" All of the answers are given through Bible verses carefully explained by the author. With an English teaching background, Head writes in an easy to understand language concerning Christ's teaching about salvation. Young or old, you will find the answers you are searching for in Heaven: How to Get There.


Author: Dwight Lyman Moody
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 1596053968
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Heaven from the Author: Dwight Lyman Moody. This world that so many think is heaven is the home of sin, a hospital of sorrow, a place with nothing in it to satisfy the soul.-from "Heaven: Its Hope"Perhaps the greatest American evangelist of the 19th century, Dwight Moody inspired millions with his sermons. And though more than a century separates us from his impassioned explications of the Bible, Moody's ardor rings with overtones of today's fundamentalist Christianity...and can offer critical clues to understanding the orthodox religious outlook still dramatically influencing our culture in the 21st century.Moody explains why Christians believe: . that the Bible is invariably correct ("None of the other religious volumes, like the Koran, that claim a divine origin, agree with common sense"). who resides in heaven ("The inhabitants of Heaven will be select"). that they are set apart from the larger culture ("We must go against the current of this world"). and more.Also available from Cosimo Classics: Moody's The Way to God and Sowing and Reaping.American evangelist DWIGHT LYMAN MOODY (1837-1899) was born in New England, the child of a large working-class family. A religious conversion as an adult led him to found a ministry in Chicago, to work as a battlefield missionary during the Civil War, and eventually to lead massive evangelical crusades during the 1870s and 80s in both England and the United States. He found Christian schools and a Christian publishing house, which published his many nondenominational evangelical tracts.

How To Get There

Author: Maggie Mackellar
Publisher: Random House Australia
ISBN: 1742752446
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How To Get There from the Author: Maggie Mackellar. After Maggie Mackellar's acclaimed When It Rains, her second memoir traces with her characteristic candor and perception her move to Tasmania, for love, and the struggles and joys of settling there. In 2011, Maggie Mackellar moved from her family’s farm in Central West New South Wales to the east coast of Tasmania with her children and assorted menagerie to live with a farmer. Her story takes as its epigraph a quote from Roger McDonald: "Through every small opening in life, through the tiniest most restricted nerve ends, through rips and tears and tatters, life pours." In the book, she explores learning to love again after living through grief, and the complexities of doing this in a community with which she is unfamiliar, with two young children. She reflects on love after grief, juggling being a mother and negotiating a burgeoning relationship, the rhythms of country life, displacement, and the writing life. This is a book for anyone who has imagined taking a risk, for anyone who has moved to a new place and struggled with feelings of homesickness and displacement. It is a story about making a life in a remarkable setting—the east coast of Tasmania, on a sheep farm in a stone house built by convicts in 1828.

Business In Clinical Practice

Author: Diana Holmes Hopkins-Rosseel
ISBN: 9781895437782
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Business In Clinical Practice from the Author: Diana Holmes Hopkins-Rosseel.

Heaven And How To Get There

Author: Richard A Kidd
ISBN: 1412223849
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Heaven And How To Get There from the Author: Richard A Kidd. Over 30,000 Christian religions from one Bible! Why that happened and why millions wrongfully think they are going to heaven. This is the most important book you will ever read!