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Calmer Waters

Author : Barbara Cohn
ISBN : 1681570149
Genre : Health & Fitness
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After spending a decade caring for her husband who died from younger-onset Alzheimers disease, Barbra Cohn offers a spiritual and holistic guide to help caregivers feel happier and healthier, have more energy and time for themselves, sleep better, feel more relaxed and confident, and experience inner peace, despite the obstacles they face. With pathos, humor and compassion, Calmer Waters includes the authors compelling life story, inspirational essays and rituals from spiritual leaders, stories from family caregivers and twenty healing modalities from renowned experts that can be practically incorporated into a daily regimen. An added bonus is that both care partners the caregiver and memory-impaired individualcan use most of the healing modalities, allowing for a stronger connection between the two. Riveting personal accounts of the journeys that caregivers embarked on with their loved ones illustrate the challenging medical, financial, emotional and social roadblocks that accompany coping with Alzheimers and Dementia. A rare blend of storytelling and practical with spiritual advice, this book offers an uplifting account of the strength of the human spirit, and a testament to the love and dedication of the 15 million Americans caring for a memory-impaired relative or friend.

Calmer Waters

Author : Scottish Sports Council
ISBN : 1850603022
Genre : Aquatic sports
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Towards Calmer Waters

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ISBN : OCLC:954122082
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Recoge: I.The undertone of the debate: history, civilisation and Islam. - II.Turkey: a profile. - III.Human rights in Turkey. - IV.The economic outlook. - V.The European Union and the import of conflicts. - VI.A political agenda for Turkey and the European Union.

Jesus And The Time Travelers

Author : R.J. Mason
ISBN : 9781462671397
Genre : Fiction
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"David Solomon, an M.I.T. Professor, has perfected his dream of a Time Machine and ponders either going backward or forward in time. He is deeply concerned about the social ills throughout the world. He finally decides to transport a charismatic leader to the year 2010 without altering the written course of history. He will bring Jesus of Nazareth to the 21st Century with the help of two Harvard University Graduate Students, Brian Soranno and Martha Valdez. Martha and Brian travel back in time to the year 29 AD during the biblical days, and are tasked to find Jesus, and persuade him to visit mankind in the year 2010. Jesus meets the Pope and delivers a message from inside Vatican City to the clergy of the Catholic Church and also to the people of the world. History is made in the 21st Century, and becomes part of mankind's legacy for future descendants. If you invented a Time Machine, what would you use it for?"

By Water 3 Journeys From And To

Author : Richard Hernaman Allen
ISBN : 9781326634599
Genre : Fiction
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The crew of the "Syarduyar Arhilka" depart from the island of the Turven, leaving one member behind. After a long journey across desolate seas, they come upon a ruined city which appears to have been where giant serpents ruled over men, as slaves. Travelling north after many weeks, they eventually reach Saldankandul, in Kardakan. Fadshi-qar Wafar wishes to raise an army to attack the giant serpents - or "Qosidar" - on their island to prevent an attack by them. Unconvinced, Rakvir Stagarnik departs. Wafar convinces Saldjaran Manzir and Zgar Zavzar to conduct a campaign, but imperils his marriage to Rakvir's daughter Ashmara, who finds her father after a lonely journey through the Palqahcat mountains. While a great expedition journeys south for the "island of the Qosidar," Rakvir sets off east across the ocean on his own to prove his theory that the world is round. The third volume in the epic "By Water" is set in a distant planet, not too dissimilar from our own, written by Richard Hernaman Allen.

Winning In Spite Of Nine Biblical Principles For Turning Hard Times Into Personal Growth Increased Impact And Abundant Life

Author : David Akers
ISBN : 9781683141068
Genre : Religion
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YOU CAN BE A WINNER IN SPITE OF YOUR HARDSHIPS AND FAILURES Everyone goes through hard times. Everyone. Even those who the world views as accomplished and successful have their share of pain. David Akers knows this all too well. He’s played in some of the NFL’s biggest games, received many personal honors, and made millions of dollars as an NFL kicker. But he’s experienced personal hardship as well – including family health issues, professional setbacks, financial loss, and grappling with personal and professional failure. Through it all, David has emerged as a more effective and influential husband, father, professional, businessman, and ministry leader. And, above all, he’s become a more passionate and devoted Christ-follower. Winning in Spite Of will help you navigate hard times by presenting biblical truths and bringing them to life with real-life examples from David’s life. It will show you how to grow and increase your impact in the lives of others by recalibrating your experience through a biblical-understanding of suffering. It deals honestly with pain and suffering and shows how even the hardest times and greatest failures can be redeemed for good. If you’re an NFL fan, you’ll love the behind-the-scenes view that David shares throughout the book. But if you’re not a big NFL fan, don’t worry! David shares about the struggles we all face in our families, our friendships, and our careers.

From Across The Waters

Author : Richard Neil LaBute Jr.
ISBN : 9781480931565
Genre : Fiction
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From Across the Waters By Richard Neil LaBute Jr. Spanning a dramatic range of time, geography, and characters, From Across the Waters—a prequel novel to The Search—follows an ambitious American from boyhood to the highest offices of the U.S. Navy; a young Japanese woman who, through her faith, becomes much more than just a royal bride; and numerous conspirators and underlings on both sides of the Pacific. From Across the Waters is historical fiction at its finest, blending fact and fiction to transport the reader back to our own past, in all its complexity and beauty.

Flies For Western Super Hatches

Author : Jim Schollmeyer
ISBN : 9780811745673
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Authoritative reference to imitating the important trout food forms in rivers and streams of the West.

Blue Mind

Author : Wallace J. Nichols
ISBN : 9781405528092
Genre : Self-Help
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Why are we drawn to the ocean each summer? Why does being near water set our minds and bodies at ease? In Blue Mind, Wallace J. Nichols revolutionizes how we think about these questions, revealing the remarkable truth about the benefits of being in, on, under, or simply near water. Grounded in cutting-edge studies in neurobiology, cognitive psychology, economics, and medicine, and made real by stories of innovative scientists, doctors, athletes, artists, environmentalists, businesspeople and lovers of nature - stories that fascinate the mind and touch the heart - Blue Mind will awaken readers to the vital importance of water to the health and happiness of us all.

Wedding Of The Waters The Erie Canal And The Making Of A Great Nation

Author : Peter L. Bernstein
ISBN : 9780393340204
Genre : History
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"One corner of the great American panorama enlarged to highlight starry-eyed visionaries, political machinations, indefatigable ingenuity, and cockeyed optimism."—Kirkus Reviews The building of the Erie Canal, like the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Panama Canal, is one of the greatest and most riveting stories of American ingenuity. Best-selling author Peter Bernstein presents the story of the canal's construction against the larger tableau of America in the first quarter-century of the 1800s. Examining the social, political, and economic ramifications of this mammoth project, Bernstein demonstrates how the canal's creation helped prevent the dismemberment of the American empire and knit the sinews of the American industrial revolution. Featuring a rich cast of characters, including not only political visionaries like Washington, Jefferson, van Buren, and the architect's most powerful champion, Governor DeWitt Clinton, but also a huge platoon of Irish diggers as well as the canal's first travelers, Wedding of the Waters reveals that the twenty-first-century themes of urbanization, economic growth, and globalization can all be traced to the first great macroengineering venture of American history.

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