How To Cherish Your Life And Be Happy All The Time
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📒How To Cherish Your Life And Be Happy All The Time ✍ Jason Todd
✏How To Cherish Your Life And Be Happy All The Time Book Summary : "Remember happiness doesn't depend upon who you are or what you have; it depends solely on what you think." ~Dale Carnegie~
📒Cherish ✍ Vicki Courtney
✏Cherish Book Summary : Relationships are hard. Teen girls are facing more and more each day, and this book offers solid, Godly advice on how to deal with relationship issues, whether it be with their parents, friends, guys, or even with God.
📒Transforming Problems Into Happiness ✍ Thubten Zopa
✏Transforming Problems Into Happiness Book Summary : Happiness and suffering are dependent upon your mind, upon your interpretation. They do not come from outside, from others. All of your happiness and all of your suffering are created by you, by your own mind," says Lama Zopa Rinpoche. Commenting on a 12th-century Tibetan text of instructions and practical advice for everyday spiritual living, Lama Zopa Rinpoche literally teaches us how to be happy when we are not, by bringing about the changes in attitude that permit us to live a happy and relaxed life in which external circumstances no longer rule us. In Transforming Problems Into Happiness, Lama Zopa Rinpoche brings his own special flavor or contemporary relevance to a timeless teaching on Buddhist psychology. This volume will be valuable to everyone, whatever their religious or spiritual background.
📒To Love Honor Cherish ✍ Anastacia Faraci
✏To Love Honor Cherish Book Summary : This is a story of two people in love faced with almost insurmountable life challenges. She is a nurse stricken with breast cancer. . . . he is a renowned cardiovascular surgeon mourning the loss of his wife and son . . . . They each had traveled life=s path until, in the midst of tragedy and despair, they found each other and their love. From the beginning, there was a magnetism between them. He felt it and admitted it. She felt it and denied it. Then, within three years of each other, her husband and his wife passed away. She believed it was destiny, their destiny. But fate interferes. Her cancer returns and she feels hopeless and helpless. He wants to marry, but she doesnt know if she will live or die. She wants to set him free; to give him a chance to meet someone else. In desperation, she flees. Would she have gotten involved with him, she wonders, if she knew this was the way it would end? She remembered standing in front of the mirror taking stock of herself. She remembered running her hands down over her body wondering: Would he know? If he touched her, could he tell which breast was fake, which was real? She remembered the little voice crying out inside of her to cancel that first date. Should she have listened? No. There was no resisting his magnetism. She was drawn to him like a moth to a flame. He finds her and brings her back home but then suffers a near-fatal brain injury in a boating accident. And so, Andreas life is turned upside down once again. Alone and lonely, Andrea begins the long, arduous journey through the maze of emotional and physical upheavals she must face. Forced to follow life=s bumpy road, she learns the true meaning of love.
📒A Child S Life ✍ Jenny Lee
✏A Child s Life Book Summary : Children can be easily lazy when they have too much freedom. But if they are loaded with stress to have duty for study from a very young age, they must stay at the stage to explore their senses. -JENNY LEE “Using techniques and learning skills from my post graduate degree in Early Childhood, I try to show how children can achieve their independent learning. For my efforts to run my children centre around 16 years in Sydney, I found children not only enhance their academic skills same like in Korea but also develop their thinking process with exposing senses as emphasized in Australia. The book helps you understand as much with case studies and theoretical backgrounds. I was encouraged with cheer me up to publish my book. Now I hope to the parents with young children will have encourage like me”.
📒Planetary Prince Universal Poems ✍ Lovecares
✏Planetary Prince Universal Poems Book Summary : Poetry is my spirit loving companion with it rhythm and rhyme, causing my heart to beat exactly on time. Poetry is the thread of creative perfection that binds all human relation. Poetry isnt to be taken as a myth; its natures first born gift. Poetry is everywhere to be found, in the weak, in the strong, in the unworthy, and in the renown. I am poetry, you is poetry, the universe, the earth, the sea, and the sky; poetry will live forever and never die. Poetry is the key to the darkest night; its the poet who will shine the light. LOVECARES
📒From Loser To Winner ✍ SAMINA SAIFEE
✏FROM LOSER TO WINNER Book Summary : The author delivers her message which helps you to know how you can achieve a remarkable success, by reaching the heights of destiny beginning right from where you stand now. It is an adventurous expedition where you discover the facts of leading a life from being a loser to a winner. The book from loser to winner makes you boost your morale with drastic changes in your persona. A loser stands the chance to win if he follows this thirty steps of marching ahead struggling for the achievement of success all throughout his life. This book makes you indulge into a thrilling experience from where you stand to where you need to go.
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📒Letters From A Life Vol 1 1923 39 ✍ Benjamin Britten
✏Letters from a Life Vol 1 1923 39 Book Summary : Volume One of these remarkable letters and diaries opens with a letter from Britten aged nine to his formidable mother, Edith. Music is already at the centre of his life, and it accompanies him through prep and public school and then to London to the Royal College of Music, where the phenomenally gifted but inexperienced young composer is plunged into metropolitan life and makes influential new friends, among them W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood. This was a time of prodigious musical creativity, a growing awareness of his sexuality, and the dawning of his political convictions. Most importantly, during this period Britten met Peter Pears and established the musical and personal relationship that was to last a lifetime. Volume One comes to a close in May 1939, when Britten, accompanied by Pears, departs for North America. The letters and diaries in this illuminating first volume and its successor are supplemented by the editors' detailed commentary and by exhaustive contemporary documentation. Together they constitute a comprehensive portrait not only of the composer but of an age.