Every Day I Fight
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📒Every Day I Fight ✍ Stuart Scott
✏Every Day I Fight Book Summary : “When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and the manner in which you live.” – Stuart Scott The fearless, intimate, and inspiring story behind ESPN anchor Stuart Scott’s unrelenting fight against cancer, with a foreword by Robin Roberts. Shortly before he passed away, on January 4, 2015, Stuart Scott completed work on this memoir. It was both a labor of love and a love letter to life itself. Not only did Stuart relate his personal story—his childhood in North Carolina, his supportive family, his athletic escapades, his on-the-job training as a fledgling sportscaster, his being hired and eventual triumphs at ESPN—he shared his intimate struggles to keep his story going. Struck by appendiceal cancer in 2007, Stuart battled this rare disease with an unimaginable tenacity and vigor. Countless surgeries, enervating chemotherapies, endless shuttling from home to hospital to office and back—Stuart continued defying fate, pushing himself through exercises and workout routines that kept him strong. He wanted to be there for his teenage daughters, Sydni and Taelor, not simply as their dad, but as an immutable example of determination and courage. Every Day I Fight is a saga of love, an inspiration to us all. From the Hardcover edition.
✏I Fight For My Health Every Day In A Way Most People Don t Understand I m Not Lazy I m A Warrior Notebook Book Summary : This is an empty 120 page notebook with mat cover and white pages.
📒Live To Fight Another Day ✍ Paul J. Verheyden
✏Live to Fight Another Day Book Summary : Paul’s life-changing events: 1. Born a triplet in 1955 – 4th of 6 children in family 2. Mom died when I was 5 years old in 1961. She was 45. 3. Dad married Mother when I was 7 in 1963. 4. Acceptance of Jesus Christ as Savior Lord at age 13, 1968. 5. College & single life- ages 18-26, 1974 - 1981. 6. Older sister died when I was 23 in 1978. She was 29. 7. Married at age 27 in 1982. 8. Birth of 1st daughter in 1986. 9. Birth of 1st son in 1987. 10. Delta Plane Crash when I was 33 in 1988. 11. Registered Architect, State of TX at age 34 in 1989. 12. Birth of 2nd son in 1990. 13. Car crash when I was 36 in 1991. 14. Registered Interior Designer, State of TX, age 38 in 1993. 15. Birth of 2nd daughter in 1993. 16. Mother died when I was 40 in 1995. She was 82. 17. Dad married Laverna when I was 41 in 1996. 18. Separation of both legs simultaneously at age 44 in 2000. 19. Miracle of the Crusaders Football Team at age 47 in 2003. 20. Dad died when I was 50 in 2006. He was 90. 21. Brain Surgery at age 53 in Jan. 2009. 22. 2 seizures with work and income loss at 53 in Feb. 2009. 23. Shoulder Surgery twice at 53 in Mar. 2009. Use the Bible Reading charts in the back of the book to read through the Bible in one year!
📒The Every Day Book And Table Book ✍ William Hone
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📒Everyday Miracles By God S Design ✍ David A. Jernigan
✏Everyday Miracles by God s Design Book Summary : Don't you wish your body and life came with an Operator's Manual? In his groundbreaking book, Everyday Miracles by God's Design, Dr. David Jernigan presents an amazing interweaving of the latest science and the universal truths from God's Word. This book is a bold step towards the Operator's Manual you always wanted!
📒The Every Day Book ✍ William Hone
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📒Fight To Survive ✍ Steven Blair Wheeler
✏Fight to Survive Book Summary : In mid-December, 1944, the men of the US 106th Infantry Division were holding part of the front line that protruded into Nazi Germany when Hitler launched a massive surprise offensive. Thousands of German infantry in white camouflage supported by hundreds of heavy guns, and whitewashed tanks-including huge Tiger IIs-overran the American positions. Out-numbered and often without communication with neighboring units, American GIs fought stubbornly. Many died at their posts, others grudgingly withdrew under tremendous pressure to then turn and fight again. But while the Allied high command strove to determine the extent of the Nazi offensive, and began to shit units to combat it, two entire regiments of the 106th Infantry were surrounded. The men were forced to choose between surrender or attempt a perilous escape. Fight to Survive tells the stories of men who fought to stem the German onslaught. These American infantrymen, armored cavalrymen, engineers, artillerymen, and Service and Supply technicians fought bravely against overwhelming odds. Ultimately, some decided to take their chances on escape and evasion rather than surrender. The man who took it upon himself to rally some of these soldiers is First Lieutenant Arthur Hill, whose experiences are based on a real American hero whose exploits are the stuff of legend. Fight to Survive also tells the story of a highly-decorated Nazi SS major. Karl Grabner's one aim is to return to combat duty after having been severely wounded on the Russian front. He is a Nazi, and a realist. He knows that Germany will not win the war and is determined to lead a combat unit one last time so that he can die in battle. But the story would not be complete without including the Belgian civilians of the Maris family who help the GIs in the nearby forest at the risk of arrest or summary execution. Fight to Survive is the first book of the three-part series Still in the Woods. Book two, Behind Enemy Lines, is now in publication. The final book, Forest Battles, is scheduled for publication in summer of 2015.
📒Fight Back With Joy ✍ Margaret Feinberg
✏Fight Back With Joy Book Summary : More than mere whimsy, joy is the weapon we can use to fight life's greatest battles.
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📒Feel Good Every Day ✍ Mikael Von Matérn
✏Feel Good Every Day Book Summary : After a few hectic - but wonderful - years, I woke up in a hospital close to my hometown in Sweden. What had happened? Only yesterday, I felt like a champion. Maybe it was my eagerness to explore the world around me that had put me here. Or maybe it was my fear of missing out on some potentially rewarding experience. Maybe I had been just a little bit too eager trying to make my dreams come true, or could my brush with death simply be a case of bad luck? There was a severe inflammation in my brain, which at times made it hard for me even to recognize my loved ones. To me, questions like 2 + 2 seemed more fitting for a rocket scientist. The doctors were deeply concerned and told me that my prognosis was very uncertain. Things certainly looked bleak, but surviving this whole ordeal was still in the cards. At the time, it made more sense to me to simply see my situation as a case of bad luck. Nonetheless, six months later and completely recovered, I realized that this was the result of something completely different. My love for life and my desire to experience as much as possible had blocked my inner signals. It was like an inner voice telling me to "Relax. Don't try to do everything at once. Stop and smell the roses." Unfortunately, I ignored this worried voice that was trying to look out for me. As I took my first stumbling steps leaving the hospital, I can still clearly remember how alert my senses truly were. Children's laughter made me feel all warm inside. The simple beauty of the sky shifting color made me stop all of a sudden in awe. Smelling the first spring flowers gave me goose bumps. The taste of fresh air being sucked into my lungs made me feel deeply relaxed and the sensation of once again experiencing life made me somewhat euphoric. I was completely present in the moment and my senses were shaper than ever before. This was the beginning of a new journey for me. I started to examine exactly what is needed to create the best possible conditions for feeling good and how we are to create the best possible lives for ourselves. Eight years later, I have now compiled my research and theories in this book. My research has led me to conclude that it is possible for each and every one of us to feel good, every day, throughout our whole lives.