The Selfless Act
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📒The Selfless Act ✍ Wanda E. Brunstetter
✏The Selfless Act Book Summary : Collect all six parts of the Brunstetters latest serial novel and watch how God restores a family bond, a broken romance, and the desires of one s heart. "
📒The Talk Therapy Revolution ✍ Peter D. Ladd
✏The Talk Therapy Revolution Book Summary : In The Talk Therapy Revolution, Peter D. Ladd demonstrates how neuroscience, combined with human experience, impacts the practice of talk therapy. Ladd explores how this combination can dramatically transform a therapist’s understanding of successful therapy.
📒Meaning And Purpose Of Life ✍ Nishkam S. Agarwal
✏Meaning and purpose of life Book Summary : Meaning and Purpose of Life are perhaps the most thought about, if not talked about, issues on the planet since human beings have walked on earth. This book is another attempt to understand the Meaning and Purpose of Life using the ideas of Vedanta in Indian philosophy, and of mainstream economics. Starting from first principles, Dr. Agarwal explores the core concept of Brahman in Vedanta, and builds an axiomatic foundation for understanding the meaning and purpose of life using the fundamental ideas of the Prasthana Traya, and in particular of The Bhagavad Gita and The Principal Upanishads. Dr. Agarwal adheres to the philosophy of Karma Yoga as his chosen area of interest for the exploration of meaning and purpose, which allows him to seek linkages between the concepts of social welfare in Vedanta and economics. Ideas of lokasamgraha in Indian philosophy and of externalities in economics provide a clear common ground between the two apparently disparate disciplines. Throughout the book, he emphasizes simple practical approaches for making life more meaningful and happier, while relying fundamentally on the basic ideas of Vedanta.
📒That Woman Eve ✍ Sedem Agbemafle
✏That Woman Eve Book Summary : (PLEASE CENTER ALL TEXT) She looked, she understood, she desired and she then took it. Therefore she is: The Life of Man The Will of Man The Breath of Man The Sorrow of Man The Glory given to Man The Way of the Man (manifested) One of Two and yet her Own She is: The Waymaker The Beginning & The End She is the Purpose Yeah that One Mmm hmm the Only Purpose of Man which lives, breathes and has its being upon your earth You know That Woman Eve? I DO.
📒Amaze Us O God ✍ Mark Hanby
✏Amaze Us O God Book Summary : A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
📒The Altruistic Species ✍ Andrew Michael Flescher
✏The Altruistic Species Book Summary : What motivates altruism? How essential is the phenomenon of altruism to the human experience? Is altruism readily accessible to the ordinary person? In The Altruistic Species, Andrew Michael Flescher and Daniel L. Worthen explore these questions through the lenses of four disciplinary perspectives—biology, psychology, philosophy, and religion. In the course of their investigation, they make an extended argument for the existence of altruism against competing theories that construe all ostensible cases of benevolence as self-interest in disguise. The authors consider theories of egoism; the role of genetics and evolutionary biology; the psychological that induce altruistic behavior; philosophical theories of altruism in normative ethics such as Kantian, utilitarian, and Aristotelian models of moral action; and accounts of love of the neighbor in Christianity and Buddhism. Additionally, they offer a new, comprehensive definition of altruism that is inclusive of the insights of each of these perspectives. The Altruistic Species reinvigorates the debate over the prevalence of selfless motivation in human behavior—whether it is a rare or ubiquitous phenomenon, something that is always to be considered exceptional or a capacity that members of any community potentially could develop. This noteworthy interdisciplinary examination of altruism balances science, virtue theory, and theology. It is ideal courses in ethics, human behavior, and evolutionary biology, as an educational resource for other multidisciplinary studies, and for interested lay readers.
📒Screenwriting Is Storytelling ✍ Kate Wright
✏Screenwriting is Storytelling Book Summary : Provides guidance for aspiring scriptwriters on how to create a successful screenplay, offering practical suggestions on how to develop themes within the plot, use structure to define the story, create memorable characters, and present moral dilemmas andconflicts.
✏The Five Minute Philosopher 80 Unquestionably Good Answers to 80 Unanswerable Big Questions Book Summary : Spend five minutes on any of the 80 questions and answers here and you will gain enormously in wisdom and insight. Gerald Benedict, a philosopher trained in issues of knowledge and faith, offers us a wealth of ideas that prompt us to think more seriously and systematically about those universal questions - with the help of quotations from great thinkers and writers through the ages. As we read and engage with a stimulating text, our minds are opened to new ideas and our lives enriched. The Five-Minute Philosopher provides nimble, wise and perceptive responses to questions that have no absolute answers: instead, it aims to stimulate thought and discussion that will lead to deeper understanding and further exploration. The same question will prompt different answers for different people. Dr Benedict's masterly discussions, which are informal and not at all academic, draw on sacred texts, humanist writings and poetry from all over the world, all through the centuries, to illuminate the issues - leaving readers free to come to their own conclusions. Armed with this book you are equipped not only to reach your own informed conclusions about the big questions of life, but also to engage knowledgeably in the to-and-fro of debate with family and friends.
📒The Nature Of Chaos In Business ✍ Kiberley A. Webb
✏The Nature of Chaos in Business Book Summary : Market globalization is changing the way companies do business. It is now necessary for businesses to use mergers, joint ventures, and research consortia if they want to stay competitive and increase returns. The problem is that venturing into such partnerships has a substantial failure rate. In many cases, failure is due to poor preparation, inability to manage conflict, and simply being overwhelmed by the complexity of the partnership issues. The Nature of Chaos in Business offers answers to why such partnerships fail and how successful partnerships can be fostered through the complexity and supposed chaos of the situation. Based on models of complexity formulated and studied at the esteemed Santa Fe Institute, this guide demonstrates how complexity in business, as in nature, eventually falls into patterns. Through the recognition and use of these patterns, today's businesses can leverage each other's strengths into powerful alliances. The Nature of Chaos in Business is a fascinating, cutting-edge treatise on the application of complexity theory in business. The "war stories" throughout the book offer insight and wisdom from the real-life experiences of some of the world's largest, high-profile corporations and individuals.
📒Caged Writing ✍ David Shapiro
✏Caged Writing Book Summary : Over several years, David Shapiro taught a creative writing/critical thinking course in one prison yard in Arizona, where more than half the students are serving life sentences for murder. Though most of them never completed high school, their responses to some unusual writing assignments show an unpolished brilliance that ranges from transcendent enlightenment to raw pain and suffering.