Where Did Time Fly
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📒Where Did Time Fly ✍ John Swift
✏Where Did Time Fly Book Summary : Time often seems to stealthily fly by through our lives. Where Did Time Fly is a comprehensive and useful book that gives many techniques and ideas on how to save and improve your time usage. Why this book will help you:(a.) It contains more than 100 truly useful techniques to help you save and optimize your time (less than 15 cents per useful time-saving technique).(b.) It allows you to understand various life principles and concepts in order to help you improve your life in various arenas.(c.) It has a practical approach so that you can easily implement each technique and enjoy doing so.(d.) It has a practice exercise at the end of each technique to help you better incorporate the time-saving technique into your life.(e.) The concepts and principles are based on techniques that have been experimented to truly work.(f.) It will give you a better direction to drive your life in general.(g.) The explanation of each technique is reasonably concise and easy to internalize.(h.) Through the table of contents, you can glance through all the time-saving techniques easily, and pick and choose the ones that you would like to try and implement, coming back often to choose other techniques later.(i.) It may change your perspective on how to best make use of time.(j.) It will help you understand better your true purpose in life.(k.) After reading and understanding the book, you can buy it as a gift to care for important people in your life.
📒Dylan S Time Flying Adventures With The Holy Spirit ✍ Julia Buadu
✏Dylan s Time Flying Adventures with the Holy Spirit Book Summary : Dylan's Time flying adventures with the Holy Spirit, David and Goliath, allows children to relate their life to one of the most inspirational Bible Stories. At some point, every child wishes they were bigger, stronger, or grownup already. In this story, five year old Dylan is turned into a Dove, just like Holly. He is then able to fly with into the Bible story and experience part of David's life. Dylan sees David as just a little guy, the smallest in his family. Dylan watches how God anoints David as the future Kin, how he has a purpose for David when he grows up. Then he learns that David has to wait, trust God, and do his will to grow up and become the King that God wants him to be. It is hard for children and adults to trust in God's plan for their lives and to know that God will be with them through all battles. David is a wonderful example for everyone to trust in the Lord and to be ready, willing and able to fight all battles even before getting all of the rewards that God promises. Dylan does not see David become the King in this book, but does see how David is able to accomplish great success in a battle for the Lord but trusting him.
📒Summer Mastitis ✍ G. Thomas
✏Summer Mastitis Book Summary : This Community meeting has been organised, since over the past 15 years in different countries of Western Europe including Scandinavia, a lot of research has been directed to the summer mastitis problem. Summer mastitis in cattle is a well known disease which, because of its abruptness and the difficulties concerned in defining the predisposing factors and the pathogens involved, is hard to control. Moreover, as it is anticipated that in the transmission of the bacteria one or more dipterans are involved, the complexity in defining the disease and hence co-ordinating our scientific knowledge in relation to practical control was stimulus enough for this workshop to be organised. Our aims can be summarised in the following goals: 1. Exchange of information in the practical, technical and scientific field in order to stimulate a co-ordinated research approach at a time in which the cattle husbandry sector is under great economical stress. 2. Inform research workers from countries where the disease is or seems to be, not endemic, on aspects that might be of interest for them in the approach of comparable problems. 3. To draw up conclusions and recommendations with regard to future research activities in order to avoid needless duplication of effort.
📒Because It Works ✍ Glenda Baker
✏Because It Works Book Summary : Do you like my story? Did I write my personal essay right? What do you think of my poem? Why is my work being rejected? If youre asking these questions and not getting helpful, constructive answers, try asking the only question that Glenda Baker and the editors of New England Writers Network ask: does it work? Because It Works! is a compilation of over 40 articles and exercises on the elements of writing fiction, personal essays, and poetry. Originally published in NEWN magazine, these articles are designed to help you determine if your writing worksand if it doesnt, how you can make it work. Because it Works! shows you: 8 ways to characterize When not to use description Point of viewsimplified! What to show; what to tell The 10 dialogue commandments How and where to begin How to prop up the sagging middle The 8 awful endings Youll also learn how to critique and be critiqued, the writing process will be demystified, and youll understand that writers block is not a writing problem! www.newnmag.net Ive just read your article on point of view. WOW. Clear, concise, to the point, and in no way confusing . . . this is the best and easiest explanation Ive seen. Arline Chase, author and instructor for Writers Digest School.
📒The Death Master Chronicles ✍ R. C. Beale
✏THE DEATH MASTER CHRONICLES Book Summary : Edwin stood on the bank for a long while watching the elder gentleman splash in the water. He waited patiently for some time, hoping the old man would return to the edge of the stream to reclaim the tunic lying on the rocks. Finally, he realized the old monk was waiting to see if this newcomer would enter the cold stream to join him. Edwin gritted his teeth and removed all his clothing except for a loincloth and stepped slowly into the cold water. He sucked in his breath quickly, as the cold was immediate; piercing him to the bone as he moved forward into the stream. He finally reached the old man and voiced an incoherent hello in a Tibetan dialect. There was no reply and the oldster turned toward the bank and the clothing; ignoring Edwin; giving no indication he'd heard his words. Rasske called out again as the old man slowly continued his way among the boulders toward the bank to reclaim his tunic. Finally, he splashed and stumbled to reach the old monk and grasped his arm and cried out, "Old man, please do not walk away from me. I have travelled halfway across the world to find you and to learn truth from you. Please," he begged, teeth chattering uncontrollably from the penetrating coldness of the water. The aged monk turned swiftly and grasped Edwin by the nape of the neck in a fierce grip, forcing his head under the water of the stream. As he thrashed about in the water, he could not break the grip of steel. Soon his life flashed before his eyes and he could feel his life ebbing away. The old man loosened the hold on his neck and held Edwin's head up as he retched and gagged for air.......
📒Full Circle ✍ Ruth Nave Leibbrand
✏Full Circle Book Summary : This book is the story of Ruth Nave Leibbrands life and how she made the full circle of leaving her home country to live in sixteen countries, fifteen of them as an oil-patch wife, living in three of them twice, and then returning home to retire. This is her version of their adventures, at home and overseas.
📒Uncle Tungsten ✍ Oliver Sacks
✏Uncle Tungsten Book Summary : ‘If you did not think that gallium and iridium could move you, this superb book will change your mind’ The Times In Uncle Tungsten, Oliver Sacks evokes, with warmth and wit, his upbringing in wartime England. He tells of the large science-steeped family who fostered his early fascination with chemistry. There follow his years at boarding school where, though unhappy, he developed the intellectual curiosity that would shape his later life. And we hear of his return to London, an emotionally bereft ten-year-old who found solace in his passion for learning. Uncle Tungsten radiates all the delight and wonder of a boy’s adventures, and is an unforgettable portrait of an extraordinary young mind.
📒Nanny Mcphee Returns ✍ Emma Thompson
✏Nanny McPhee Returns Book Summary : In wartime England, the two very spoiled Gray children are being sent to stay in the country with their very numerous and ill-behaved cousins, the Greens. Enter Nanny McPhee, who discovers that Mrs. Green and the children are fighting another war altogether-against scheming relatives intent on taking their farm while Mr. Green is off fighting in the war. Nanny McPhee must use her magic to teach her mischievous charges five new lessons, or losing the farm will be the least of their problems... Look for the first exciting book in this series: Nanny McPhee!
📒Peter Pan And Other Plays ✍ J. M. Barrie
✏Peter Pan and Other Plays Book Summary : As well as being the author of the greatest of all children's plays, Peter Pan, J. M. Barrie also wrote sophisticated social comedy and political satire. The Admirable Crichton and What Every Woman Knows are shrewd and entertaining contributions to the politics of class and gender, while Mary Rose is one of the best ghost stories written for the stage.
📒Ramblings Of A Charmed Circle Flyfisher ✍ Ed Ostapczuk
✏Ramblings of a Charmed Circle Flyfisher Book Summary : Ramblings of a Charmed Circle Flyfisher retraces over forty years of fly fishing the Catskill mountains first inspired by a two-part magazine article published in the spring of 1969. Cecil E. Heacoxs articles entitled Charmed Circle of the Catskills appeared in the March and April issues of Outdoor Life. Heacox wrote about several legendary Catskill Mountain trout streams informing the reader why they were charmed. Ostapczuk has been retracing Heacoxs journey ever since, taking his readers along on the journey.