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📒Living Well While Doing Good ✍ Donna Schaper
✏Living Well While Doing Good Book Summary : Can we really enjoy the world while trying to save it? Many of us want to do both, but find a balance difficult to achieve. Part how-to and part memoir, Schaper's book shows us a socially responsible way of having it all. The short, humorous chapters are about simplifying: food, children, money, romance. From the Slow Food Movement to the lighting of simple fires, Schaper provides basic strategies and spiritual solutions for living well and doing good, drawing from her own experience of working for social change while attempting to live fully.
📒Living Well Dying Well ✍ MaryEllen O'Brien
✏Living Well Dying Well Book Summary : Structured like a stational liturgy, Living Well & Dying Well calls us to stop and face the five spiritual crises--faith, despair, impatience, pride, and greed--and five remedies--inspiration, hope, patience, humility, and generosity--that are pivotal moments on the journey of life and death. Along with each of these remedies, O'Brien offers meditations, prayers, and a summons to communal support. This latter piece is crucial--living well and dying well requires us to love and accompany one another in our journeys.
📒Living Well ✍ Alan Hargrave
✏Living Well Book Summary : What does it mean to 'live well' when you're exhausted from juggling the demands of work and a young family? When you've been around long enough to be scarred by loss, disappointment or frustration? When your memory is beginning to fade and you feel a burden to others? Whatever the situation we find ourselves in, this down-to-earth book will help restore a sense of purpose. Alan Hargrave draws upon 'rules of life', from Benedict to Iona, to enable us to think seriously about the pattern of our living. Through absorbing stories, honest and often very funny accounts of his own personal struggles, and the provision of many useful exercises, he aims to help us find our own 'rule of life' -- one that will not only sustain us, but allow the light that may have gone out of our eyes to shine once more! And as the energy we need to look beyond ourselves returns, so we will discover new and creative ways to express the love of God to our wonderful, needy world.
📒Living Well ✍ Montel Williams
✏Living Well Book Summary : Montel Williams? New York Times bestselling battle plan for better living. Now in paperback! In Living Well, Montel explains the science behind his successful battle against multiple sclerosis, interviewing a global ?SWAT Team? of doctors, scientists, and researchers, and reveals the amazing effects of healthy eating and regular exercise. Most importantly, Montel shares his groundbreaking 21-Day Living Well Food and Workout Program? a hard-hitting health plan of diet changes, a step-by-step exercise plan, and the gradual addition of raw and whole foods to daily menu plans. This three-week regimen forms the cornerstone of Montel?s successful dietary health plan. Also included are simple, wholesome recipes that are as healthful as they are delicious. For anyone who wants to fight obesity, cancer, heart disease, and neurological diseases like Parkinson?s, Alzheimer?s, or multiple sclerosis?or if they just want to feel spectacular every day?it?s time to push life to the next level, by Living Well with Montel!
📒Living Well ✍ Quigley James F.
✏Living Well Book Summary : At once a sublime and practical book on a homeletic meditation on the virtues. "I have the privilege on numerous occasions to hear Fr. James Quigley preach the word of God. His sermons are clear, insightful, theologically rich, and memorable. This book - a homeletic meditation on the virtues that make us fully human - will allow a much wider audience to hear this great preacher. I wormly reccomend this collection to priests, preachers, students, and indeed to anyone interested in becoming a better person". Rev. Robert Barron, Francis Cardinal George Professor of Faith and Culture - University of St. Mary of the Lake "A strong Dominican and Thomistic theological senstivity make this fine book at once sublime and practical. Responding to a deep contemporary longing for a christian spirituality of personal development and interior transformation, Fr. Quigley focuses his attention on the theology of grace and the virtues. Young adults readers especially will find his positive approach to the moral life attractive and refreshing, and all readers will find in this book encouragement and inspiration". +J. Augustine Di Noia, OP - Vatican City
📒Living Well As A Single Mom ✍ Cynthia Yates
✏Living Well as a Single Mom Book Summary : This may not be the life you expected. Still, God's promise to you and your kids hasn't changed. He has a plan for your family, a future that is bright with hope. Your number one priority also hasn't changed: to live well so you can help your kids live well too.
📒Living Well With Chronic Illness ✍ Institute of Medicine
✏Living Well with Chronic Illness Book Summary : In the United States, chronic diseases currently account for 70 percent of all deaths, and close to 48 million Americans report a disability related to a chronic condition. Today, about one in four Americans have multiple diseases and the prevalence and burden of chronic disease in the elderly and racial/ethnic minorities are notably disproportionate. Chronic disease has now emerged as a major public health problem and it threatens not only population health, but our social and economic welfare. Living Well with Chronic Disease identifies the population-based public health actions that can help reduce disability and improve functioning and quality of life among individuals who are at risk of developing a chronic disease and those with one or more diseases. The book recommends that all major federally funded programmatic and research initiatives in health include an evaluation on health-related quality of life and functional status. Also, the book recommends increasing support for implementation research on how to disseminate effective longterm lifestyle interventions in community-based settings that improve living well with chronic disease. Living Well with Chronic Disease uses three frameworks and considers diseases such as heart disease and stroke, diabetes, depression, and respiratory problems. The book's recommendations will inform policy makers concerned with health reform in public- and private-sectors and also managers of communitybased and public-health intervention programs, private and public research funders, and patients living with one or more chronic conditions.
📒Living Well ✍ Jim Estes
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📒Living Well ✍ Andrew Piekarski
✏Living Well Book Summary : This booklet is a guide for those seeking a consistent approach to leading an ethical life, without resorting to religious dogmas or unintelligible philosophies. It is built on the thoughts of great thinkers throughout the ages, but presented in easy-to-follow manner. The original version was written for my teenage children.
📒Living Well ✍ Hs Lim
✏Living Well Book Summary : 'Living Well' ...quenches thirst in life's voyage We are not an island unto ourselves. We live with people around us. Life is all about relationship. It is a balance between what we are and what we can be. A balance between what we want and what we need. We have all gone through low and high points in life. At the high points people around us share our happiness. At the low points we are alone, miserable and discouraged. For many years while I was in the Singapore Public Service, I sent out messages to my people. The messages served to rally people to a common cause, encourage and spur them on to achieve greater things. I have been blessed with encouraging feedback and testimonials@ and requests for these messages to be compiled into a book. I put them altogether in "Living Well". It is not about living it UP. It draws on the well of experience I have been through. A well we can draw from when are "thirsty". It offers encouragement for those seeking relief and respite from the toils in the voyage through life. It offers hope to those feeling hopeless. @ see pages x to xiii