Through The Hourglass
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📒Through The Hourglass ✍ John Hill
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📒Reflections Through An Hourglass ✍ E.M. Souza
✏Reflections Through an Hourglass Book Summary : The human mind, body and spirit is in constant need of an oasis to which it can constantly resort. In a world that is traveling faster than a rollercoaster, we will always find ourselves in a valley of decision The search for enlightenment, motivation and inspiration is the fuel that drives us and keeps us on the path we need to go. It allows us to go forward and not keep on going through the same revolving door in life. Words that inspire us and allows us to gain insight and question ourselves, will require answers to how we look at life and what we might have to do to change our perception about many different things. Sometimes words suddenly make us surprise ourselves, in realizing somewhere along lifes roll call, we have been missing a beat. We shock ourselves into admitting we were wrong or right about some things, but totally out of touch about other things, and like it or not we have to change our outlook Such is progress, but it also tells us something about ourselves, and how essential change is in all our lives in order to move forward in the march of time. When wisdom enters your heart and knowledge is pleasant to your soul, discretion will preserve you, understanding will keep you. Proverbs 2:verse 10 & 11 Reflections through an Hourglass takes you on a tour of your heart and mind to your inner being so you might look into and question the meaning of your purpose in this life Every life is a Storybook. from the Introduction
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📒Like Sands Through The Hourglass ✍ Bill Hayes
✏Like Sands Through the Hourglass Book Summary : Daytime soap opera's first golden couple chronicles their love story on and off the screen, offering a look behind the scenes at the Golden Age of daytime drama during the 1970s and 1980s and their rise to stardom as Doug and Julie on "Days of Our Lives."
📒Bearing An Hourglass ✍ Piers Anthony
✏Bearing an Hourglass Book Summary : Like On a Pale Horse, this second, complete-in-itself novel of the Incarnations of Immortality is a richly imagined and always fascinating story. And again, Piers Anthony adds to his gripping plot a serious, though-provoking study of good and evil. When life seemed pointless to Norton, he accepted the position as the Incarnation of Time, even though it meant living backward from present to past. The other seemily all-powerful Incarnates of Immortality—Death, Fate, War, and Nature—made him welcome. Even Satan greeted him with gifts. But he soon discovered that the gifts were cunning traps. While he had been distracted, he had become enmeshed in a complex scheme of the Evil One to destroy all that was good. In the end, armed with only the Hourglass, Norton was forced to confront the immense power of Satan directly. And though Satan banished him to Hell, he was resolved to fight on.
📒Measuring Time By An Hourglass ✍ Kitty Crockett Robertson
✏Measuring Time By an Hourglass Book Summary : Ipswich Chronicle Photo Kitty Robertson's "Measuring Time" is an exquisite collection of essays, reflections on a 20th century life in small town New England, that first were published in the Ipswich Chronicle. Kitty is the author of "The Orchard: A Memoir." That remembering of hard times and kind people received glowing reviews: Boston Globe: "In graceful prose, 'The Orchard' makes the old seem new; it unsettles us from the uncertainties of our own modern truths." New York Times: "The book is nothing short of a hymn." San Jose Mercury: "This book is a gem." Washington Post: "Adele Crockett Robertson turns out to have been a very good writer, and "The Orchard" is a lovely book." "Kitty's writing has a rhythm like the tides. Like music. Like the best bluegrass music, which from me is the ultimate compliment." North Shore Sunday editor Taylor Armerding continues: "Mostly she taught those of us who had the good fortune to know her, that you can see the world without having to see the whole world. That when you choose a tiny corner of it, get to know its land and its people, train your eyes and your mind to look for beauty in the great, small and tiniest things, that you have seen a world and lived a life as exquisite as any." "Measuring Time" is like that, petals, perhaps, of the apple blossoms of "The Orchard." "Look through my eyes for a little while," Kitty invites, "and may what you see bring you the joy it brings to me."
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📒High Trust Selling ✍ Todd Duncan
✏High Trust Selling Book Summary : Do you feel like your career exists somewhere between your last sale and your next one? Are you always searching for the way to bridge the gap and create long-term success? Does it seem that somehow your life is only about your ability to perform on the job? For too long you have bought into the idea that the business you do and the life you lead are completely separate. What Todd Duncan has learned in his twenty-two years of sales is the polar opposite: When you discover how to connect who you are and what you are about in your selling career, the results will be phenomenal and long-lasting. No matter what industry you work in or what type of sales position you hold, adopting the practical principles in High Trust Selling will open the door to a new way of thinking and a life beyond your wildest expectations. “Long-term sales success happens when high trust exists—when you are a trustworthy salesperson running a trustworthy sales business, and when it’s clear to your clients that you are a person of integrity who will not only do what you say but who also has the means to deliver.” —Todd Duncan
📒Hourglass And Other Poems ✍ James L. Clark
✏Hourglass and Other Poems Book Summary : The poems in this collection have to do with the passing of time-its relentlessness, speed and events-and people facing sadness, humor, joy, social upheavals such as wars, inequities, corruption, goodness, apprehensions about life and death, love, hatred, dreams, disappointments, fears, injustices, blessings, sacrifice, sloth, industriousness, physical impairments/strengths, spirituality, God, worry, specific battles in various wars, elation, jealousy, greed, generosity, meanness, aging-in short, the everyday happenings/abstractions that, totaled, simply make life what it is for everyone, both individually and collectively. While the book includes both free verse and traditional poetry as defined consensually, most of the poems feature rhythm and rhyme, not the sing-song type of thing, but serious and consistent style presenting subjects in a manner conducive to reading them aloud and remembering. Though this is a departure from the styles mostly in vogue today, it features form that has withstood the testing of time while demanding more of the creator, just as in the case of classical music-perhaps an interesting change of pace for the reader.