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With humble crayon drawings and the innocence of children’s curiosity, “¡Mamá, cuéntame como viniste!” tells the life transforming saga of the immigrant mother going through the unthinkable to bring to her children possibility and safety. Although this book was born in the work with Latino American mothers, its loving and powerful message gives voice to the immigrant mothers of our global community. This book is profound and it is transforming for children and adults as it allows in a gentle and sensitive way to talk about both the hope and the massive losses inherent to the journey of all of us, immigrants.$2.99–$9.99
Chosen to be the bride of the young King of France, Charles, Isabella, a princess from the German duchy of Bavaria, is welcomed to the most magnificent court of Europe. She spends idyllic years with a loving husband and doting children. But the country is ripe with intrigues and political schemes hatched by the king’s ambitious uncles and brother, all of them trying to take advantage of the still simmering war between France and England for their own personal gain.
A drama enfolds that will forever change Isabella’s life and reputation. After a first attack of folly, Charles falls deeper and deeper into insanity. Desperate and alone, Isabella finds refuge in her brother-in-law’s love. When Louis is murdered she becomes a pawn in the political intrigues that are ripping France apart and her worst instincts take over as she abandons herself to a life of greed, sex, pleasures, and selfishness. She becomes “Isabeau of Bavaria” – a foreigner in the eyes of her people – dishonoring her husband and herself when she declares her son Charles, the rightful future king of France, to be illegitimate.
When she dies, a few years after her husband, and when her son at last does become Charles VII, nobody remembers the gracious princess from Germany who enchanted them all on her wedding day at the side of the young King. They think only of the corrupted woman whose name has become synonymous with depravity and blind ambition.$19.99
Living a Happier, More Fulfilled Life is as Easy as learning the ABC’s
In ABC’s of Lighthearted Living, My Prescription, Dr. Maggie shows us how to achieve better health through a higher level of happiness…and that Happiness is really a CREATED attitude! Twenty-six alphabetically arranged proven principles leave you laughing, inspired, confident and more connected – to your inner feelings and to those around you. Packed with moving stories of those who have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to achieve great joy – stories gathered from Dr. Mears’ 30-plus years as a physician of Internal Medicine – ABC’s of Lighthearted Living offers a profound message of hope for anyone struggling to find fulfillment in a challenging world. In this alphabet, A is for Attitude and W is for Wow. Dr. Mears’ ruminations on such apparently simple truths reveal the immense power of transformation inherent in all of us.
PRAISE FOR ABC’s of Lighthearted Living
‘Nice work! This book is filled with truth, heart and wisdom which can help you survive life’s many difficulties.” – Dr. Bernie Segel, author of Love, Magic and Mudpies and 36 Prescription for the Soul. About the author: Internal Medicine physician and Hospice doctor in Phoenix, Arizona, Dr. Maggie Mears has won acclaim for her approach to healing the “whole person” as well as distinct symptoms. ABC’s of Lighthearted Living arose out of the unique connections she developed by listening to her patients – a dynamic that revealed the dozens of inspiring anecdotes that form the basis for the book. Mears is also the founder of Write From Your Heart TM, a creative writing workshop in which participants blossom as they discover the healing power of writing.$2.99–$18.99
This book is a discussion on the Age of Aquarius that has arrived within the past few years. The subjects affects us all. I gave my opinion on what are some characteristics of this Age and Spirituality. The Holy Spirit is present and a new spirituality will emerge from this Age. The changes that this Age will present is the first that we as an intelligent race can document. I know quite a lot about this Age and I explain how that is so.
About the author:
I am a Southern lady raised by special people, Sages. I have studied esoteric knowledge, ancient knowledge, and Astrology for some forty plus years. I have also been taught by the worlds best instructors. —Author$8.04
The life challenges existing while surviving through good and bad times during economic, legal, and social confrontations can be true tests of strength in character. This emotional diversity facing African Americans to be stable while enduring a variation of obstacles presented as motivational tests that question our limits mentally and physically to continue faithfulness in religious beliefs. This religious determination allows us our ability for searching toward higher ground in becoming productive within society by trust in God while performing with greatest sense of urgency.$7.00
Dear Folks: A Memoir From 500 Letters recounts the personal and professional life of Richard F. Leighton, M.D., Sc.D. (Hon) a cardiologist and physician educator. The memoir is based on all the letters he wrote his parents from the 1940s to the 1980s that were saved by his mother and brother, then rediscovered by his nephew. This correspondence has been supplemented by letters Dr. Leighton wrote to his late wife before their marriage and by letters his daughter wrote from abroad: totaling altogether over 500 letters. In this memoir Dr. Leighton has matched the lessons he learned with the people and episodes that taught him as he evolved from a schoolboy into a physician and educator in the hope that readers who aspire to a similar career path might gain some insights that would prove useful to them.$45.10–$61.09
Struggles can demand action on the part of the person who is affected, whether it be positive or negative. My faith has carried me through 26 years of Parkinson’s. Attitude, exercise, and doctors have gotten me through trials and struggles in a positive manner. God has opened doors that have led to helping others who are struggling. He has put people in my path who have helped me learn what is needed to have a positive attitude toward my advocacy work for Parkinson’s awareness.$9.99
Everyone is looking for a bargain nowadays. People go to yard sales auctions and flea markets wanting ti discover something of value. One of the greatest treasures we have is the Bible. There are wonderful truths buried in the pages of his book that will help us discover our worth and value.$2.99–$9.57
This book is a guide to the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola. It is intended to assist a person on unique Christian Spiritual Pilgrimage of faith. Applying insights of contemporary psychology and insights of one of the great masters of Christian Spirituality, the reader is introduced to the five distinct movements of Christian spiritual living. Topics covered include understanding human brokenness, encountering Jesus of Nazareth and the Christ of Christian worship, coming to grips with human suffering and redemption, living with resurrection hope and accepting the gift of the Holy Breath of God, rules for discernment and election. Playing an active role in finding a spiritual companion and experiencing the benefits of ongoing spiritual direction is discussed.
About the Author:
Julius M. Rogina, Ph.D., ABMPP is a licensed clinical psychologist and a priest in the Episcopal Church, Diocese of Nevada. He has worked in inpatient and outpatient clinical settings for the last forty years. He assists Christian Communities with conflict resolutions and discernment process. He has taught in several Universities in the field of psychology and spirituality. The current faculty position with the Medical School, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences involves him with a psychiatry residency program in the supervision of psychotherapy. His teachings and writings focus on the integration of Psychology and Christian Spirituality. As a former Jesuit priest and now Episcopal priest, he brings a Christian spiritual dimension to his clinical practice and writings. He and his family reside in Reno, Nevada.$2.99–$25.04
Second graders are taught a vocabulary of feelings, words, and colors. Active listening and congruent sending is the model followed. The main sentence taught is this:
I feel ________ when _______, and I wish to see ___________. Here is the example: I feel hurt when you call me names, and I want you to stop.
About the author:
The author has been interested in children’s behavior since beginning babysitting jobs, then continued through the elementary years as a teacher. Children’s behavior has been a strong interest and following that interest long years of study followed. As she moved up into Jr. High and High school one of her interests was to teach the same problem-solving sentence to the older students. They were appreciative for the skill of Active Listening and Congruent Sending of Messages. She used that program for her students’ ability to communicate clearly with friends, parents and teachers.$2.99–$14.95