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Learn what love is
how to love yourself, your authenticity
And how to make love your daily priority
your life of perfect health, great peace, abundance of love
And the unity of all the above
Through these High Vibe poetically flowing pages, You will learn to see & treat yourself with a new self awareness, a new level of respect through greater understanding of self. Of what Love is & means for you, how to live from this new abundant place of “Being” whole & connected with limitless You! Experience the Loving supportive healing energies that flow to you the reader, through these soulful words of wisdom, constantly guiding you towards your unique gifts, talents, your true nature, your authentic self. By intentionally, Making Love Your daily Priority, you will experience greater peace, health, wealth & true happiness.
To truly know yourself is your greatest gift. Self Love & care is the way! So without delay, open the book, open your heart & let the loving start.$2.99–$12.99
Michael’s Eyes asks the question, What was the meaning of a miracle whereby a man born blind is given sight; and what was the meaning of the miracle-man’s death at the hands of the authorities; and why did some believe in God’s purposes while others did not?
Michael, the man born blind, goes on a search for answers with his wife’s encouragement. After considering the miracles in both their lives, Michael and his remarkable wife arrive at their own conclusions.
About the Author:
Robert W. Foster is a retired civil engineer. He graduated from the University of Vermont in 1955 and served in the United States Air Force where he completed pilot training in 1958. He practiced as a consulting engineer in the Framingham, Massachusetts area until his semiretirement in 1992. In his retirement he continues to provide consulting services in construction review, provides dispute resolution services and writes frequently for technical publications. He served as president of the Federation Internationale de Geometre from 1999 to 2002. He has three sons and two grandsons. His wife of 47 years, Margot, died in 2001. He lives in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.$12.99
Jason is a young competitive soccer player from Whitby, Ontario. The sudden death of his father rocks Jason’s world and he becomes rebellious towards everything in life, especially God.
Molly is a teenage girl eking out a living in southern Malawi. Both of her parents have died and she is struggling to take care of her younger brother and sister. In contrast to Jason, it is her unwavering faith in God which strives her to keep going.
While in Malawi, a chance meeting between these two young people results in a close friendship and transformed lives in the process.$19.99
These are fascinating stories in that each carries a pearl of wisdom. These stories are short but full of wit and contain life lessons that are applicable to most of us. Although originally intended to help his students become successful in their career, the book has become increasingly popular among people of all walks of life. Some of these stories contain valuable advice to help make right decisions and to live a good life. The characters in the stories are humans as well as animals with characteristic human qualities and hence the reason this book is so engaging and rewarding.
About the author:
Dr. Sukmander Singh is the Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at Santa Clara University in California and have been teaching for more than 32 years of which 15 years as Department Chairman. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 1979 and started his teaching career in 1986. He has a total of 110 publications as professor.
Before his teaching career, Dr. Singh was a project engineer and manager of Alyeska Pipeline Company, handling seismic slope stability and soil liquefaction studies for the 800-mile Trans Alaska pipeline. Later, he became the principal investigator of the San Pablo Clearwell Dam where his expertise in dam engineering was recognized nationally.
He currently lives in the city of Fremont with his wife and two children.$8.00
In his autobiography, Jimmy Mosley portrays what life was like for a young black man living on a plantation in southern Mississippi. During his lifetime, he was also exposed to the racist practices within the infamous ceremonial unit serving at the White House. Even in extremely different circumstances. Jimmy found that life is not about what you are given, but about self-motivation, determination to win and succeed, and willingness to make a change. It is still possible for people to overcome barriers, even in a country where fathers often abandon their children, where people ignore the wisdom of the past, and where people have turned away from the teaching of God.
In his life, Jimmy Mosley has seen numerous examples of God freely giving grace to the needy. As a teacher, Jimmy Mosley has found that his students have always enjoyed listening to his stories about his past. By remembering the past and being committed to being the best we can be, we will realize how blessed we truly are.
About the author:
Jimmy Mosley is a father, educator, veteran, husband, and a Christian believer. He is fifty-three years old and has a message for humankind. His book is a generational message about responsibility, hope, commitment, encouragement, and change.
His thirty-five years of military service and thirty-three years of committed married life have taught him many
informative and inspirational lessons. Jimmy Mosley is a Sunday School teacher and a mentor for youth challenge programs, and he enjoys fishing.$2.99–$29.67
Can you imagine life without fear?
The “unthinkable” has occurred. The Great
Mother Earth has endured too much abuse and throws a tantrum to end all tantrums. Her body shudders and the ground heaves, volcanoes erupt, tidal waves and wind explode! As the dust settles, those remaining see clearly the ramifications of a fear-based society working against nature.
The vibration of the planet and her inhabitants has increased. A “remembering” blossoms as does the resolve to establish a peaceful, loving planet filled with joy. This new Earth manifests as Paradise. Life in all things is realized along with the understanding that we are all one. What does life without fear look like?
About the author:
“My life has been profoundly changed by many of the books I have read. My desire is that Paradise leave the reader changed in a positive way– willing to release fear and go forth in peaceful expectancy.”
JoAnn Miller, writing under Daugherty and associates, is a Peace Prophetess and an Intuitive. She specializes in a variety of readings designed to lead the client toward their destiny. You are invited to visit her at www.windancer-JoAnn.com.$2.99–$8.88
This is a no-nonsense, feel good about yourself book dedicated to inspiring you to become who you were born to be. It is to be used as a quick reminder of the talents you possess. Who are you anyway? What makes you stand out? What are the unique blend of talents and experiences that only you can offer?
Michelle Mattsen is a Speaker, Author and Certified Core Passion Facilitator. Her goal is to help you live up to your true potential. When you need a quick pick me up, when you’re feeling down, pick up this book to help you connect with what makes you special and get back on track.
Michelle is also a Certified Life Coach (CEC, Certified Effectiveness Trainer (CET) and a member of Toastmasters International (ACG, ALS). Since earning her B.S. in International Business, she has worked in various management positions at both the corporate and government level. Michelle enjoys reading, walking, biking, flower gardening, and hanging out with friends and Family.
Your True Heart’s Desire
Blog: I Didn’t Come Here to do This!
Face Book – Pick Me Up, Please$2.99–$10.99
Scripted in Heaven follows the journey of Dr. Robinson V. Baron and his physical and metaphysical healing.
As a stubborn surgeon, he ignores a cryptic warning from an old lady about a supposedly imminent complication with his health. The struggles that follow take him to a journey of spiritual renewal, which leads him to rediscover his true faith and his true love.
He seeks for the divine guidance of Padre Pio da Pietrelcina while trials and tribulations test him and his family. His devotion grew, even causing him to embark on a punishing pilgrimage to San Giovanni Rotondo in Italy, despite his fragile health.
His mystical metamorphosis is a story of courage, sacrifice, and triumph. It inspires the reader to reflect on his own weaknesses and makes him long for purpose and Truth in this mortal life.$27.99
If you have ever needed encouragement from friends to begin a major project, you will relate to the main character. If you are a parent, you will understand the importance of support and invitation to try something new.
Snowman Jacks wants to explore and have fun, but he does not believe he can run. Because Jacks does not believe in himself, he is afraid to try, even though a friend encourages him repeatedly. Jacks’s desire grows stronger and stronger until he decides to
About the Author:
Margaret Smolik is a professional copyeditor and author. Her poetry has been published in Lyrical Iowa, and her memoir, Like a Haystack, is an interesting account of her family’s experiences as refuges in Europe during WWII. She earned BS and MS degrees from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, and taught secondarylevel English and writing and collegelevel composition. She and her husband raised four children. Currently living in Osage, Iowa, she is an active member of her community and local writer’s club.$8.50
This book is a compilation of true life experiences of mine with exception of Salt in the Wound and Wolf fight. They tell of how life’s experiences will and can affect one’s mental and physical stability and the necessity of others to help a person who may have similar experiences. Even though they survey sadness they ultimately portray one’s approach to reality after the experience. They also can be taken as warnings on what to steer clear of.
About the author:
I am a retiree from hospital work for 4-5 years and also from being an Assistance Drug Counselor for 4 years part time. I reside in the City of New York and have resided here for 18 years. My educational background is one of college experience where I studied Psychology. Although I studied Psychology, I was unable to find work immediately when finished back in 1976. I am 64 years old and have been homeless, imprisoned and have experienced death of family members. This book therefore is based on some of those experiences of sadness.$13.78