The Woman Who Walked On Water
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📒The Woman Who Walked On Water ✍ Lily Tuck
✏The Woman Who Walked on Water Book Summary : A champion swimmer gives up her comfortable married life in an exclusive suburb in Connecticut to follow a guru to India, where she immerses herself in the wisdom of the East and achieves a deepening spirituality at a price
📒The Little Girl Who Walked On Water ✍ Francois Sarano
✏The Little Girl Who Walked on Water Book Summary : One day Mina decides to run away on the ocean...
📒Adventures Walking On Water ✍ Dorea E. Ross Arguelles
✏Adventures Walking on Water Book Summary : Dorea E. Ross Arguelles's memoir is one of hope and courage. In "Adventures Walking on Water," she recounts many of the events that she has experienced in a life full of challenges, revealing the power of familial support and faith in God during the good times and the bad. Dorea grew up in a large Southern family with all its rewards and demands. Her family dealt with divorce, suicide and a major natural disaster. Dorea and her husband started their family with adoption. Years later and five children she was blessed with a miracle pregnancy. Dorea endured the deaths of her husband and of their twelve-year-old son, following his two-year struggle with cancer. Through it all, Dorea depended upon her faith to carry her through life's trials. "Adventures Walking on Water" is Dorea's story of perseverance as she encountered many obstacles in her life, and it serves to inspire others to overcome in the face of tragedy.
📒A Long Walk To Water ✍ Linda Sue Park
✏A Long Walk to Water Book Summary : The New York Times bestseller A Long Walk to Water begins as two stories, told in alternating sections, about two eleven-year-olds in Sudan, a girl in 2008 and a boy in 1985. The girl, Nya, is fetching water from a pond that is two hours’ walk from her home: she makes two trips to the pond every day. The boy, Salva, becomes one of the "lost boys" of Sudan, refugees who cover the African continent on foot as they search for their families and for a safe place to stay. Enduring every hardship from loneliness to attack by armed rebels to contact with killer lions and crocodiles, Salva is a survivor, and his story goes on to intersect with Nya’s in an astonishing and moving way.
📒The Woman Who Walked Alone ✍ Christine Wilson
✏The Woman Who Walked Alone Book Summary : This is a true story about a farmer¿s daughter who had a rough life at an early age. There were illnesses and deaths, laughs and cries, good times and bad. She left home at 18 and moved to the city to take care of herself. She was betrayed by ones she loved. She ended up raising her four boys on her own. She dressed and educated them and bought a house to put them in. Two of the boys had drug addictions. The death of one made an impact on the other. Watching her parents suffer a death was hard for her to do. Finding her son dead was bad for her after all she had to bear. She went back to school in her older days. Her sons are good looking and smart. They make other people happy and help those that can't help themselves. This gives her happiness in her soul, like they are angels God put on earth to help those that have lost their way.
📒What S Possible ✍ Draja Mickaharic
✏What s Possible Book Summary : A description of what I have learned it is possible to do in the non-physical or astral realms. Some pointers, and some instructions to students, but not a work book. I'm sure it is incomplete as I certinly don't know everything
📒The Dark Sides Of A Woman ✍ Queen Goddess
✏The Dark Sides of a Woman Book Summary : In this collection of inspirational short stories, author Queen Goddess explains valuable moral lessons in a realistic and modern setting. "White Ain't Always Right!"-Instead of Arlene asking for a good honest man whether he be a Black man, Latin man, Indian man or Asian man, Arlene asked for a white man. She got him. Boy did she get him. "Chocolate Tropical Delights"-Ming's parents took their daughter's sexual preference very hard. Nevertheless, they had no other choice but to accept their daughter's gay lifestyle. "Mama's Boy Toy"- when children are subjected to physical and sexual abuse many of them will become very reckless and violent. Unfortunately, many may end up in prison or experience mental instability. However, there is hope as in the case of Sammy Jr. When someone has experienced or suffered childhood abuse and finally finds the courage to face their darkness and seek counseling, healing is then possible. "Stick Up Kidz"- life is short, so live each day like it's your last day, and do unto others, as you would have them do unto you. Tomorrow is promised to no one. It took a robbery for Donna to realize that.
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📒Walking On Water ✍ Randall Kenan
✏Walking on Water Book Summary : The account of a six-year journey across North America offers a sense of the state of race relations
📒The Dream Hunters Epoch ✍ Shirley G. East
✏The Dream Hunters Epoch Book Summary : THE PALEO INDIAN SERIES: CLOVIS THE DREAM HUNTERS EPOCH A frightened abandoned child struggles to survive the terrifying perils of the Pleistocene Llano Estacado to become a powerful woman, protected by Spirit Mammoth Mother; her only friend a huge Dire Wolf. Set against the panoramic backdrop of the Great Plains, Rocky Mountains and Llano Estacado of Wyoming, Colorado, Texas and New Mexico, the reader will thrill to meet the majestic Columbian Mammoth, shiver with fear at the attack of a fi erce Saber Toothed Tiger and come to love a very special Dire Wolf. She seeks and fi nds Th e People only to be threatened by an evil Dreamer who recognizes her as a threat and seeks her death. Th e Dream Hunters series will both captivate and educate the reader as they learn about the Clovis people, that early Paleo-Indian culture which has so intrigued and eluded the archaeologists for decades. Th e author has applied her fi rst hand experience as continued to back fl ap