The Daughters Of Joy

Author: Deepak Chopra
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781877087011
Size: 43.33 MB
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The Daughters Of Joy from the Author: Deepak Chopra. Struggling writer Jess Conover needs a job. Something infinite and unnamable seems to know this, because one Sunday morning as he is scanning the classifieds, he sees the cryptic message that changes his life: Love has found you. Tell no one, just come. When he meets lovely, willowy Elena on a cold November night in Boston, he is swept into an age-old mystery instead. At first he thinks that it is Elena herself who makes him feel as if his whole reality is about to be transformed. Then Jess discovers that this woman, who talks so knowingly about love, is the leader of a 'mystery school' going back many centuries. Jess is compelled to enter 'the second world' of this mystery school a place nurtured and preserved by a handful of women who can guide him on this remarkable adventure of the heart.

The Daughter Of Adoption

Author: John Thelwall
Publisher: Broadview Press
ISBN: 1460402545
Size: 19.72 MB
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The Daughter Of Adoption from the Author: John Thelwall. John Thelwall’s The Daughter of Adoption: A Tale of Modern Times is a witty and wide-ranging work in which the picaresque and sentimental novel of the eighteenth century confronts the revolutionary ideas and forms of the Romantic period. Thelwall puts his two main characters, the conflicted English gentleman Henry Montfort and the Creole Seraphina Parkinson, through their paces in a slave rebellion in Haiti, where they barely escape with their lives, and in London society, where Henry almost loses his soul. Combining political analysis with melodrama and flat-out farce, Daughter expands the scope of the abolitionist novel, pushing the argument beyond the slave trade to challenge empire and racial superiority. Historical materials on Thelwall’s life, the abolitionist movement, and eighteenth-century educational theories provide a detailed context for the novel.

A Daughter S Heart

Author: BUSHRA ZULFIQAR
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449731279
Size: 23.51 MB
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A Daughter S Heart from the Author: BUSHRA ZULFIQAR. A Daughter’s Heart is a tale of love and evolution in a father-daughter relationship. It is a daughter’s story of courage and endurance after being torn apart by a very painful and untimely death of her father. The book brings to life the spirit of resilience that holds human beings together and gradually transforms grief into hope for the future. It is a promising account of a brave young woman’s journey, coming from a country widely misunderstood in the contemporary world. This book dispels some of the smoky myths that have come to surround the international conceptions about Pakistan, an immensely rich country. Moving and beautiful, the power of a daughter comes across as a real force throughout the narrative.

Promised Joy From Believing In The Head To Knowing In The Heart

Author: Kenneth A. Schmidt
Publisher: Redemption Press
ISBN: 1632322226
Size: 61.23 MB
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Promised Joy From Believing In The Head To Knowing In The Heart from the Author: Kenneth A. Schmidt. You've promised us joy, Lord. Where is it? I'm a good Christian. Where is Your new life? I accepted You years ago, but something's missing. What is it? I'm a church leader, but what does it mean to love God? Kenneth A. Schmidt asked these questions of God and prayed for help. Then he was forced into a position where his studies, knowledge, and good deeds failed him completely. His Christian "goodness" had brought him no joy, but Christ had promised joy. The events following his desperate plea for Christ's help led him to experience both God's love and joy. New life began. Christ's words in John 15:11 were revealed as true, "I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete." When Christ sent out his first disciples, He instructed them to "go home to your own people and tell them how much the Lord has done for you." This book was written to do exactly that. Ken wants to tell you what the Lord has done for him, hoping that it will be used to bring you new life as well.

Samlee S Daughter

Author: Vivek Iyer
Publisher: Polyglot Publications London
ISBN: 0955062802
Size: 70.68 MB
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Samlee S Daughter from the Author: Vivek Iyer.

Adventures In Autism

Author: Peter A. LaPorta
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468528149
Size: 45.98 MB
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Adventures In Autism from the Author: Peter A. LaPorta. The master of motivation, Peter A. LaPorta, returns and brings us heart-warming stories of courage, determination, and overcoming adversity. “Adventures in Autism” takes you around the globe to meet incredible families that live each day under the umbrella of Autism. Open your eyes and your mind as these amazing individuals demonstrate the wonderful accomplishments they have achieved by surpassing the boundaries that society has placed around them. From surfing to horseback riding, competitive sports to musical performance, they live full lives as the Autism flows through their system. Through the many adventures in the book you will meet such children as Ping Lian, a world class artist and a proven force in the global art community. You will be introduced to David and Terry, two children “recovering” from Autism through years of biomedical therapies. You will be in awe of the single mother of five boys that juggles her world with three children on the spectrum. Peter even opens the Autism window to his own family and shows us how wonderful life can be living with his son, Peter Jr. Numerous stories within will show you that any circumstance can be overcome. The world is facing an Autism epidemic that is systematically altering the future of the human race. The statistics are staggering as children are being thrown into a vortex of darkness. Now is not the time to close your eyes in ignorance. Now is the time to embrace Autism and fuel the motivation to move forward. Come along for this amazing ride across the Autism universe. Peter A. LaPorta is the highly acclaimed author of three best- selling titles. His first book, “Ignite the Passion, A Guide to Motivational Leadership” was named by Amazon.com to be one of the top 20 books on motivational leadership in print. A former DISNEY leader, Peter travels the globe spreading his messages of motivation and service. For more information on Peter and his incredible journey, visit http://laportaenterprises.com

The Bloody Shoe Affair

Author: Joy York
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483549658
Size: 47.73 MB
Format: PDF
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The Bloody Shoe Affair from the Author: Joy York. A daring and thrilling adventure with the jailer’s daughter In this mystery set in 1968, Christi, a shy and awkward teenager, never expected to get sucked into helping her cousin, Lily, the “double-dare-you” daughter of the county jailer, try to solve the grizzliest murder the town of Roselyn, Mississippi, had ever seen. Then again, Christi had been entangled in her misadventures before. So a whirlwind week of spying, lying, crawling through tunnels and sneaking into the jail should have come as no surprise to Christi. Lily, a vivacious prankster, loves adventure. It’s not hard to find when you live in a house connected to the jail. Christi, a city girl, is self-conscious and afraid of everything. Still, she’s drawn to the excitement and adventure that Lily always seems to provide. Christi arrives for a visit in time to help her cousin discover what happened the night Lily observed a county deputy drop a pair of women’s bloody shoes from a bag. After a chance meeting with the accused, they learn new information that sheds doubt on his guilt. Seeking justice, Lily sets a plan in motion that takes them on an adventure of risk and surprising twists. They not only discover unexpected truths about the case, but about themselves as well.