The Choices We Make
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📒The Choices We Make ✍ Karma Brown
✏The Choices We Make Book Summary : "She's the female Nicholas Sparks." — Redbook magazine Following her bestselling debut novel Come Away with Me, Karma Brown returns with an unforgettable story that explores the intricate dynamics of friendship and parenthood Hannah and Kate became friends in the fifth grade, when Hannah hit a boy for looking up Kate's skirt with a mirror. While they've been close as sisters ever since, Hannah can't help but feel envious of the little family Kate and her husband, David, have created—complete with two perfect little girls. She and Ben have been trying for years to have a baby, so when they receive the news that she will likely never get pregnant, Hannah's heartbreak is overwhelming. But just as they begin to tentatively explore the other options, it's Kate's turn to do the rescuing. Not only does she offer to be Hannah's surrogate, but Kate is willing to use her own eggs to do so. Full of renewed hope, excitement and gratitude, these two families embark on an incredible journey toward parenthood…until a devastating tragedy puts everything these women have worked toward at risk of falling apart. Poignant and refreshingly honest, The Choices We Make is a powerful tale of an incredible friendship and the risks we take to make our dreams come true.
📒The Choices We Make Dictate The Life We Lead ✍ Eric M. Daniels
✏The Choices We Make Dictate the life We Lead Book Summary : We all have choices to make. What we sometimes fail to realize is that with each choice comes a consequence. Eric Daniels has put together a short compilation of his life story, the choices he made, and the life he has led as a result of those choices. Some choices were good ones and some were not so good, but each choice taught a lesson. If the reader takes even a few of these lessons and applies them to their own life, then the time spent reading this book will be more than worth it. In all, Daniels has 105 lessons. All the lessons keep bringing the reader back to the biggest lesson of all; “The Choices We Make, Dictate The Life We Lead.” Serious, funny, sad, and extremely real, this life story will keep you entertained as you learn what choices are all about.
📒Final Acts ✍ Nan Bauer Maglin
✏Final Acts Book Summary : Today most people die gradually, from incremental illnesses, rather than from the heart attacks or fast-moving diseases that killed earlier generations. Given this new reality, the essays in Final Acts explore how we can make informed and caring end-of-life choices for ourselves and for those we loveùand what can happen without such planning. Contributors include patients, caretakers, physicians, journalists, lawyers, social workers, educators, hospital administrators, academics, psychologists, and a poet, and among them are ethicists, religious believers, and nonbelievers. Some write moving, personal accounts of "good" or 'bad" deaths; others examine the ethical, social, and political implications of slow dying. Essays consider death from natural causes, suicide, and aid-in-dying (assisted suicide). Writing in a style free of technical jargon, the contributors discuss documents that should be prepared (health proxy, do-not-resuscitate order, living will, power of attorney); decision-making (over medical interventions, life support, hospice and palliative care, aid-in-dying, treatment location, speaking for those who can no longer express their will); and the roles played by religion, custom, family, friends, caretakers, money, the medical establishment, and the government. For those who yearn for some measure of control over death, the essayists in Final Acts, from very different backgrounds and with different personal and professional experiences around death and dying, offer insight and hope.
📒The Choices We Make ✍ Rhonda Faye Crumpton
✏The Choices We Make Book Summary : Because of his good looks and personality, women and things have always come easy for Levi Leach. But while he's away from home attending college, he turns in his player card and accepts Jesus as his personal Savior. He comes back to his hometown with the intention of telling his best friend, Shalan Sanders, about his calling to the ministry, but instead ends up losing her as a friend when she accuses him of still being the dog that he always was. Now things are looking up for Levi once again. A prestigious church wants him to be the senior pastor fresh out of the seminary. On top of that, a beautiful woman who learned how to be a first lady from her mother is in love with him. What more could a man want? Shalan has been in love with Levi since her high school days. But she is a grown woman now who knows Jesus also. She is not going to sit around another year hoping for a miracle where Levi Leach is concerned. It's time to forget about him and move on with her life. Levi and Shalan haven't seen each other since they both left North Carolina--when he headed for Atlanta and she headed for the Big Apple. But now fate, or Divine Intervention, will bring them face to face, in Maryland.
📒The Choices We Make ✍ Robert T. Gardner Jr.
✏The Choices We Make Book Summary : The Choices We Make is a book that tells a compelling story about bad relationship choices that resulted in enormous consequences. This book emphasizes the importance of self-love, a key element to making good relationship choices. You will be provided with insight on "People Types that mean you no good and "Games People Play" that have nothing to do with love. There are tips and tools in the Relationship Lab to educate men and women on how to avoid bad relationships with the wrong people. This book intends to transform the way you think about the relationship choices you make.
📒The Choices We Make ✍ Robert Thadd Gardner
✏The Choices We Make Book Summary : The Choices We Make .is a book that tells a compelling story about bad relationship choices that resulted in enormous consequences. This book emphasizes the importance of self-love, a key element to making good relationship choices. You will be provided with insight on "People Types" that mean you no good and "Games People Play" that have nothing to do with love. There are tips and tools in the Relationship Lab to educate men and women on how to avoid bad relationships with the wrong people. This book intends to transform the way you think about the relationship choices you make.
📒Poems From A Dreamer ✍ Catherine M. Clifton
✏Poems from a Dreamer Book Summary : Throughout the years, the way that we live our lives is based upon the amount of knowledge that we have gained or lost over time. Once we have experienced life lessons, we can then decide how to help others in need based on our experiences. They say that life imitates art, but for a lot of people their lives unfold like an epic love song. Poetry serves a way to express the happiest and toughest of times. Poems from a Dreamer includes everyday thoughts common to everyone, but which are seldom expressed lyrically. In life, we can chose to inspire, or we can close our eyes and pretend that everything is okay. Simple words can be used as encouragement; revelations about the inevitable can be subtly expressed. Poems from a Dreamer is the realization that in life there are no mistakesjust lessons. I closed my eyes and I envisioned peace When I opened my eyes nothing had changed Emerged was a feeling of calm The peace was inside of me.
📒Choices ✍ Carolyn Beaulieu Durand-Boykin
✏Choices Book Summary : This suspense/thriller covers the whole shebang from the essence of growing up as an only child, which suddenly changes to getting the opportunity (not by choice) to grow up amongst others as this young woman struggles to try to grasp onto the genuine message that was taught to her in the beginning stages of her adolescent years, as she progresses to adulthood where she stumbles on the love of her life only to find that all the things that once gave her an edge to feel as happy and proud as a lark, were the very things that caved in on her utmost dreams. But, it's the struggles of the rise and fall only to rise again through faith that helps this young woman discover that we take daily 'Chances, ' which brings us though daily 'Changes, ' which requires us to handle daily 'Challenges, ' inevitably causing us to deal with daily 'Charges' that stem from the daily 'Choices' we make. Eventually, she understands and figures out that through faith all things are possible, and that karma has its own value of place and timing, as she quickly learns the importance of what it means to wrestle daily with the 5C's!
📒Called From Failure ✍ Charles A. Gaskins, Sr.
✏Called From Failure Book Summary : Called from Failure is the second book; that our Lord, has placed upon my heart the task of writing. The first book written by me; at the inspiration of the Lord, our God, being...Preparing the Way! was (and still is) filled with hopeful enlightments. This book Called from Failure...being also filled with hopeful enlightments...but much more! As the Lord, our God, has had me to reveal much more of myself. That you and others may know the hope and degree of my calling. The Sower (A minister of Teaching). Being at one time, lost and in darkness. Filled with many faults, and carrying a hatred towards myself and many others; because of the poor choices that I had made...in life. Seeking faults in others, while being blinded by my own. Knowing the Word of God, but putting fun before right. Seeking after righteousness; while trying to hold on to the unfaithful acts of yesterday. Trading life for livelihood...as if it was indeed, my possession...to trade. Heavens forbid! Truly God has a calling for many of us that our eyes were not meant to foresee. As you come to know the Lord, our God...you will find (as I did) that the Light of the Lord, is not to be seen with your eyes. For enlightments...comes from within. You’ll know when you’ve found it; because compassion will have you compelled to cry for others...more so than for yourself! It is then, that you are being shaped and molded into an image of Christ, Jesus...to be used by God.
📒The Choices We Make A Novel ✍ Annell St. Charles
✏The Choices We Make a Novel Book Summary : Change is not easy for Julie Travers. So when her family decides to move from Cincinnati to Nashville she finds herself struggling to find her balance. Making friends with Georgia Ayres helps, as does the wise advice of a local therapist. But when a strange cast of characters starts showing up where she works spinning a web of intrigue that could threaten those closest to her she is forced to let go of the illusion of control that she has come to depend on. Set in Nashville in the 60s and 70s, this is a story about the importance of listening to our inner voice when we are faced with making choices that will shape our lives. It is the sequel to "The Things Left Unsaid."