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By Pastor Daniel L.; Nadja L. Simmons
In this book we are trying to bring out the most important aspects of marriage. We have gone through a lot in our twelve years of being married. The thing about marriage is that every relationship has its own story to tell. Our story is not your story, and your story is not our story, and that’s what makes life challenges different. Yet we can only tell the story through our experience.
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By HENRY J. ZEITER, M.D.
In all my years of travel I have seldom met anyone as sagacious as Henry Zeiter, and even more seldom have I met anyone more widely read. He knows a great deal about a great many things and something about almost everything else! This new volume of his musings will enrich anyone blessed enough to read it. Joseph Pearce, Author, Biographer of C.S. Lewis, J.R. Tolkien, Oscar Wilde, Solzhenitsyn, Chesterton, others Writer in Residence, Ave Maria University Many thanks to Dr. Henry Zeiter for collecting and sharing insights gathered over many years. I am amazed at the variety – ranging from intensely personal reflections on to struggles of daily life to impressive literary, philosophical, and medical analyses. I especially recommend his essay on James Joyce; it is written with real feeling for a tortured soul Brian T. Kelly, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Mathematics and Science, Dean of Thomas Aquinas College, Santa, Paula, California Dr. Zeiter has lived intensely, and experienced the whole ride on the emotional rollercoaster. He has observed much, learned some, and reflected a lot on life. We can learn from him….and there is a great connection between learning and fully living. There is a memorable line in the movie The Shawshank Redemption: “Get busy living…or get busy dying” Henry Zeiter will certainly help you “get busy living.” Read his material slowly. Taste it, digest it in small bites, and reflect on it. That way you can enjoy the meal and absorb it in your own way. Dr. J. Mitchell Perry, JM Perry Learning Center, Ventura, California
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By Beny Aterdit Bol
Beny Aterdit Bol is pursuing a Master of International Law at the Australian National University. He holds master’s in governance, public policy, and development from the University of Queensland and a bachelor of arts degree in international relations, politics, and government from Griffith University—all in Australia. His book, The Ambition and Determination of an Orphan: God in Firm Hope, narrates a story of child’s struggle for a better future in a war-torn country. His recollection of the past mainly aims to give hope to those kids in similar circumstances. The book intends to advise young people in countries such as Australia and other developed countries to take advantage of available educational opportunities to maximise their potentials for the betterment of their future. I urge young people not to wait for things to happen automatically but to work for them, especially at early stages of life. Be a leader of yourself by thinking strategically and making right choices everyday and working very hard towards realisation of those choices. Set up your personal principles and stick to them.
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By Samantha Loechel
Lovable Lucy! Lucy is an energetic farm pup who loves to play with the other animals. One day they won’t play with her and she becomes lonely and confused. The problem resolves in an amusing way.
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By Constantin Portelli
Modern world needs a moral and spiritual renaissance to surpass the actual crisis. The historic religions have not the capacity to perform this objective, because rested behind with explanations and entered in contradiction with science and modern knowledge. Christian religion occupies a special position. It has the best capacity to assimilate the science and to achieve a synthesis Science & Religion. In the same time, Christian Religion has the ability to absorb the revelations and teachings presented by other religions, necessary to achieve its progress. There are some similarity and complementarity between the teachings of historic religions, which direct to the discovery of universal religion, projected by creator form beginning. Christian Religion represents the best way to discover the universal religion. Each historic religion indicates a specific way to universal religion. The way followed by Christian Religion is the model, which must to be followed by other religions. This book indicates the progress of Christian Religion, necessary to perform its divine mission.
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By John Diamond
Australia—this astonishing story of actual police corruption will challenge everything you thought about policemen. Loaded with black money, free sex, uncontrollable deceptions, and multiple murders, Double Trouble is a graphic account of cops on the wrong side of the law. Senior Detective John Diamond was in the middle of a mafia investigation when he stumbled across information which indicated serious police corruption at high levels of the force. Instead of forgetting about it, he tried to confront it. In this hard-hitting account of life on the dark side, nothing will stand in the path of corrupt detectives concealing their misdeeds. Lies are told and lives are lost. Double Trouble details the shocking reality of today’s crooked cops.
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By Gordon Munn
Eight people had been married for a number of years and successfully produced a number of children and established themselves as homeowners and moderately accomplished members of their communities. After a number of years, they all come to the conclusion that their sex lives have become pretty mundane and decide that variation might be a way to spice things up for all of them. Realizing, as they do, that the normal course of wife-swapping is fraught with danger, they deliberately try to establish meaningful relationships within a closely knit circle. The relationships develop to a point which none of them envisage, and along the way, the story explores the emotions, aspirations, trauma, and terror that each of the members of eight has experienced. Although the story contains fairly graphic descriptions of their sex lives necessary in the context of the story, it also explores the difficulties faced by each of the members with their traditional family members when their relationships are discovered as a result of a near tragic accident. This is a work of pure fiction, or is it? Some of it is based on fact, and the author leaves the reader to decide between fact and fiction.
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By CB Liag
With mixed emotions of grief, apprehension, and anxiety, Lucy Sallway was returning to her hometown. She was going back to bury her grandparents who had died in a freak farm accident. Her parents were on a trekking holiday overseas and were not contactable. As much as she needed to return to the place that held so many happy memories for her, it also meant that she would cross paths with Rick Braithwaite. How would she cope when she did? She could never forgive him for what he’d done to her years ago, and she would certainly never forget.
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By RALPH HILL
Ralph Hill's book of 70 short stories will appeal to all tastes. Themes include Detection, Adventure, Romance and Humour - so whether you like intrigue or a good laugh you'll find something to suit you. This is a book that will be enjoyed by older children and adults alike, with many of the stories having a twist or an underlying moral message that discerning readers will appreciate. Some of the stories are autobiographical - giving a glimpse of life as a signalman on a destroyer during the second world war - and others incorporate reflections on life and literature arising from Ralph's career as a teacher.
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By Lindy Boycott
Mildred grows up in a luxurious farm in a big house and has a loving family with a supportive brother. Her life is destructed by bullies at high school, and when she goes to the university to train to be a teacher, she doesn’t enjoy university and remembers what her teacher had to go through when she was bullied. Her husband gets to know about her bullied experience, and he seems to dwell in that past when he mentions to Mildred that when she only associates with people of a different culture, its because she was bullied and has not recovered from that. Mildred believes that it is her husband who dwells in the past and not her! Mildred’s family and friends don’t know their future, and they are all a community of friends. The future brings unexpected adventures and surprises, and when Mildred plays her flute, the grace in the music brings her and her husband closer.
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By Mahir Salih
The story depicts the clash of traditional values with western concept adapted by middle class Iraqi women from Baghdad in the 1980s under Sadam's era. Selma is middle class Baghdadi married woman . She has a feud with Loma who was in a relationship with Selma’s brother in law. Selma learned a secret that Loma tried to keep it from everyone. She is married to a well to do man. He was appointed the Iraqi military attaché in London UK. Loma’s secret haunts her. Her best friend Madeha visit her in London to warn her about the smearing campaign Selma has started back in Baghdad. Madeha is a widow she met her University sweetheart who is dissident opposing the government. Unfortunately ,she discovers later that he wanted to use her to infiltrate in the Iraqi embassy. She was anti-Sadam, pro her lover, but loyal to her friend Loma. The result unpleasant confrontations between the two. the events ends with revenge, plight and an accurate description of the Iraqi daily life.
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By David E. Richmond
If you were raised in the 1930s through ’50s and, like the author, have fond memories of those times, or if you have entertained thoughts of moving to a rural area to live, or you are just curious to know what it was really like in the “good old days,” much of the content of this book will strike a chord with you. The powerful descriptions of the countryside and the particular beauty with which nature has endowed our shores, Aotearoa, New Zealand, are indicative of the author’s empathy with the land. But that by no means sums up the collection. You may feel a tug of the heartstrings on reading poems in praise of friends and friendship. You may crack a smile at humorous vignettes of people and life that remind you of someone you know or knew. The poems touching on history throw an interesting light on aspects of New Zealand life in the early years of the twentieth century. And while you may not agree with the author’s mildly skeptical stance when commenting on a range of social and administrative issues, from planning to politics, glamour to grammar, at least you will fi nd it illuminating. He isn’t afraid to refl ect on diffi cult topics such as death and war either. That he can do so with some sense of direction is due to his training as a physician and a strong moral sense that is backed by his commitment to the Christian faith, which comes through clearly in several of his poems. The ethos of the poetry is, by and large, refreshingly positive in contrast to the melancholia that seems to inflict much modern writing. The author makes no apologies for basing the poems in New Zealand settings. But in order to assist the understanding of those who may not realize how far New Zealand English has migrated from English English, he has thoughtfully appended a glossary and notes. Just reading through the glossary is an interesting exercise in its own right.
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By N.L. Damoyi
Imagine a life with or without faith, love or compassion? What would be the purpose of life then? If it is happiness, it never lasts as it loses its sparkle after a while. But, happiness inspired by good deed or good intention is always fulfilling. Join NL Damoyi as he celebrates life greatest achievements, compassion, love and faith, through his poems. He pays tribute to people, events and work of art that served as his teachers to demonstrate the positive power of Love, Faith and Compassion during and after the dark days of Apartheid in South Africa.
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By storm pointon
Have you ever wondered what you’re doggy is really saying when he looks at you with those big soft gentle eyes of his. Well just open your heart and mind and read this poem. You will see how to care for him physically, mentally and emotionally. All it takes is a lot of love and respect After all, aren’t we “ALL EQUAL AS ONE UNDER GOD’S SUN!”
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By Ian Newbegin
Frank, and his fellow operatives were kept busy on earth, protecting the inhabitants from each other, since many people were affected by mind altering rays, and these people were made to think that they were fighting for a cause. Janes, Kate, Chris and Louise continued to grow with their newly acquired powers which were far stronger than those of regular operatives. In fact, the group grew to twelve, four from another planet and they were soon involved with missions to protect both earth and particularly the planet Tishog. This group soon became known as the Hymaidem, and each member were sworn to secrecy because of their advanced powers. James discovers the Head Quarters for the Deltrum group on Earth, and helps to defuse its potential powers on Earth. Louise is held captive by the group and is saved with James help. Frank learns of James involvement and orders him to never mind travel again, though he does not learn of James true potential. Disruption to civilisation on earth continues, thus keeping the operatives busy. However, it is soon learned that Tishog is a planet that is in grave danger of being invaded. The Hymaidem take action on this planet, and again later, with the operatives from earth, still, keeping their identity hidden. Tishog is saved but the activities on earth increase. The navy is involved with potential destruction of a major city, which requires intervention by the hymaidem. The army too is similarly affected, along with some towns. The operatives are kept very busy and Frank is called to a meeting of the Universal Council to explain what has transpired. Earth seems safe with the increased presence of Trellinian space ships, but why the increased action of mind alteration? Is earth the real target? This is what the operatives and Hymaidem had to solve.
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