Caged Lions Never Roar

Caged Lions Never Roar
Author: Arthur Archambeau
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Total Pages: 189
Release: 2019-03-22
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 148742311X

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David O’Malley is a former Minor League baseball pitcher turned Anglican Priest who is fed up with the pettiness and hypocrisy of organized religion. He’s conflicted about his priestly vocation. Hannah and David fall in love when they join forces to save two neglected lions from a roadside zoo. But when Hannah’s profession becomes known, the Church orders David to end his relationship with her. Will David choose passion or the priesthood? Can love be a gateway to freedom for two people who are both imprisoned by their own loneliness?

The Seasoned Life

The Seasoned Life
Author: Paul Kasonsole-Mukungu
Publisher: Partridge Africa
Total Pages: 142
Release: 2016-09-15
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 148287587X

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This book draws parallels of our human lifespan to that of the weather seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The author assumes the useful years of our being to be eighty. He divides these years equally into the four seasons, being twenty years each. The spring season is viewed to be promissory, belonging to the parents or the system that nurtures the young into the confident and independent person of the latter years. Come summer, we become adults as we reach the peak of our physical growth and energy. Autumn in the life of plants is the fall of leaves. Likewise, humanly, red flags start showing up at this time, signaling the reality of our mortality. From the summer years until somewhere in the winter years, we are wired to be productive. But it is the winter season that calls for us to be collected and to pass on what we have gathered over the mileage of our lives to those in waiting. The author notes that while we all can survive spring, summer, and autumn, we surely go to sleep in winter. We never start the cycle all over again. At best, the winter can be long. In other words, we can live to around anything past eighty. However, he argues that past eighty, we live a preventative life pattern. The message of the book is that all seasons are beautiful and it is in our interest to take advantage of each season while it lasts.

The Cage Mentality

The Cage Mentality
Author: Edgar Mangwende
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 120
Release: 2018-03-05
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 1543488579

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Your mind is one of your greatest assets. Success in any area of your life hinges upon the quality of your thoughts and your thinking capacity. No doubt, the mind is the driving force to the present state of our social, political, economic, and cultural setups. The ability to tune your mind to any of these areas will determine your level of success in that selected area. If you are looking for an inspirational book to dose yourself with empty, feel-good stories, taking up valuable time and space, regrettably, this is not the right book for you. The Cage Mentality is a must read for anyone who desires to increase the returns on that asset we call the mind. This hands-on guide zeroes in on cutting-edge discoveries in neuroscience and translates them to easy-to-understand, practical steps to help you develop your sense of direction or improve an already existing one, redirecting and/or turning ideas and dreams into reality.

When Anxiety Roars

When Anxiety Roars
Author: Jean LISW Holthaus, LMSW
Publisher: Baker Books
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2022-03-29
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 149343425X

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According to the American Psychological Association, today's children and teenagers are anxious about many things. In addition to the stressors common to any generation--family issues, financial instability, pressure to perform in school or sports--these young people also worry about gun violence, social justice, the state of their divided nation, the fate of a warming planet, and much more. To top it off, recent global events and resulting restrictions have added significant stress even as they have stripped away support systems. For parents, teachers, counselors, and youth leaders longing to understand and help the young people in their lives, When Anxiety Roars unpacks the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual factors that influence anxiety in children and offers specific practical steps to take together to tame that anxiety. Integrating faith with best practices to reduce anxiety, it also teaches coping skills that will help children live more confidently today and into the future.

The Successful Dyslexic

The Successful Dyslexic
Author: Neil Alexander-Passe
Publisher: Springer
Total Pages: 18
Release: 2017-10-10
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9463511075

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This innovative book looks at the keys for success in dyslexic adults, comparing both those who are successful and less successful, enabling parents and teachers to use these keys to best support young dyslexics. These keys look at home life, school, career choices, working relationships, coping strategies, traits, unique selling points, and what is considered success for somebody with dyslexia. The Successful Dyslexic questions if school-based trauma can be used positively, as both successful and unsuccessful dyslexic adults share the same traumatic school experiences. It is how these adult dyslexics have used this trauma, positively or negatively that has set them on the path for success, or to struggle as adults searching for a worthwhile career. The theories of ‘disability paradox’ and ‘post-traumatic growth’ are used to understand why despite having a disability, many dyslexics can be, and are, highly successful. This book details an interview study of 27 successful and 10 less successful dyslexics, with 2 expert interviews, and supported by two large online studies. In total this book includes the contribution of 191 adult dyslexics. Each in-depth interview has sought to understand the individual’s journey from childhood to adulthood, and their quotes are used to enlighten the reader to each of their individual experiences. Armed with these insights, it is hoped that parents and teachers of young dyslexics can set them on the path to unlock their own future success.

Report

Report
Author: Commonwealth Shipping Committee
Publisher:
Total Pages: 1190
Release: 1923
Genre: Shipping
ISBN:

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Parliamentary Papers

Parliamentary Papers
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Publisher:
Total Pages: 1168
Release: 1922
Genre: Bills, Legislative
ISBN:

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Trails of the Hunted

Trails of the Hunted
Author: James Lippitt Clark
Publisher:
Total Pages: 400
Release: 1928
Genre: Hunting
ISBN:

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i think i can

i think i can
Author: Kathryn Schultz Miller
Publisher: Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.
Total Pages: 32
Release:
Genre:
ISBN:

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