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Paralyzed But Not Powerless

Author : Kate Adamson
ISBN : 0974190705
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It Is Well With My Soul

Author : Shelly Beach
ISBN : 9781572938526
Genre : Religion
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Living with chronic illness, growing older, or facing the end of life can be a frightening experience. It is Well with My Soul helps readers explore biblical perspectives on issues associated with some of life’s most difficult stages. Focusing on living life as a care receiver, this collection of short meditations helps enhance the reader’s understanding of God’s purposes in situations of suffering. With engaging narrative, personal experience stories, and the use of humor, the author encourages the reader to find hope in Jesus. This insightful devotional provides readers with scripturally integrated prayers, reflective questions, and space to journal.

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ISBN : 0835250199
Genre : Publishers' catalogs
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Kate S Journey

Author : Kate Adamson
ISBN : 1885640781
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is a story about an ordinary woman with an extraordinary experience. She was called upon to face odds that would have stopped even the most optimistic person. Kate's unbreakable spirit and incredible will to survive transformed her from a helpless victim into a powerful champion. She overcame one-in-a-million odds to survive and prosper. Kate suffered a double brain stem pons stroke that left her in a vegetative state. Her only means of communication was blinking her eyes. Her chances of survival were bleak, the medical profession wanting to stop life support. How Kate fought back from overwhelming weakness to obtain amazing grace, is a story that will inspire the reader to take on the challenge of their own life. Kate's book takes you through her journey, capturing your attention page after page. Her journey is a powerful story of determination, perseverance and prayer. The narrative is rich, providing the reader with the feeling that we are going through the stages of recovery with her. The first step to simply learn to blink her eyes leads her to being able to communicate and then discovering more things she can do. Her message - focus on what you can do - is so simple yet so powerful. The greatest triumph comes when Kate transforms the pain into something of value to other people. This is a book about hope, triumphing over adversity and making a difference in other people's lives.

Social Learning Towards A Sustainable World

Author : Arjen E. J. Wals
ISBN : 9789086860319
Genre : Business & Economics
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This comprehensive volume - containing 27 chapters and contributions from six continents - presents and discusses key principles, perspectives, and practices of social learning in the context of sustainability. Social learning is explored from a range of fields challenged by sustainability including: organizational learning, environmental management and corporate social responsibility; multi-stakeholder governance; education, learning and educational psychology; multiple land-use and integrated rural development; and consumerism and critical consumer education. An entire section of the book is devoted to a number of reflective case studies of people, organizations and communities using forms of social learning in moving towards sustainability.

Expect Resistance

Author : CrimethInc.
ISBN : 9780970910165
Genre : Political Science
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A novel. A field manual. A novel field manual.

Active Hope

Author : Joanna Macy
ISBN : 1577319737
Genre : Nature
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The challenges we face can be difficult even to think about. Climate change, the depletion of oil, economic upheaval, and mass extinction together create a planetary emergency of overwhelming proportions. Active Hope shows us how to strengthen our capacity to face this crisis so that we can respond with unexpected resilience and creative power. Drawing on decades of teaching an empowerment approach known as the Work That Reconnects, the authors guide us through a transformational process informed by mythic journeys, modern psychology, spirituality, and holistic science. This process equips us with tools to face the mess we’re in and play our role in the collective transition, or Great Turning, to a life-sustaining society.

Six Gun Snow White

Author : Catherynne M. Valente
ISBN : 9781481444743
Genre : Fiction
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A New York Times bestselling author offers a brilliant reinvention of one of the best-known fairy tales of all time with Snow White as a gunslinger in the mythical Wild West. Forget the dark, enchanted forest. Picture instead a masterfully evoked Old West where you are more likely to find coyotes as the seven dwarves. Insert into this scene a plain-spoken, appealing narrator who relates the history of our heroine’s parents—a Nevada silver baron who forced the Crow people to give up one of their most beautiful daughters, Gun That Sings, in marriage to him. Although her mother’s life ended as hers began, so begins a remarkable tale: equal parts heartbreak and strength. This girl has been born into a world with no place for a half-native, half-white child. After being hidden for years, a very wicked stepmother finally gifts her with the name Snow White, referring to the pale skin she will never have. Filled with fascinating glimpses through the fabled looking glass and a close-up look at hard living in the gritty gun-slinging West, this is an utterly enchanting story…at once familiar and entirely new.

Viruses Plagues And History

Author : Michael B. A. Oldstone M.D.
ISBN : 9780199754847
Genre : History
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The story of viruses and humanity is a story of fear and ignorance, of grief and heartbreak, and of great bravery and sacrifice. Michael Oldstone tells all these stories as he illuminates the history of the devastating diseases that have tormented humanity, focusing mostly on the most famous viruses. Oldstone begins with smallpox, polio, and measles. Nearly 300 million people were killed by smallpox in this century alone and the author presents a vivid account of the long campaign to eradicate this lethal killer. Oldstone then describes the fascinating viruses that have captured headlines in more recent years: Ebola, Hantavirus, mad cow disease (a frightening illness made worse by government mishandling and secrecy), and, of course, AIDS. And he tells us of the many scientists watching and waiting even now for the next great plague, monitoring influenza strains to see whether the deadly variant from 1918--a viral strain that killed over 20 million people in 1918-1919--will make a comeback. For this revised edition, Oldstone includes discussions of new viruses like SARS, bird flu, virally caused cancers, chronic wasting disease, and West Nile, and fully updates the original text with new findings on particular viruses. Viruses, Plagues, and History paints a sweeping portrait of humanity's long-standing conflict with our unseen viral enemies. Oldstone's book is a vivid history of a fascinating field, and a highly reliable dispatch from an eminent researcher on the front line of this ongoing campaign.

A Student S Guide To U S History

Author : Wilfred M. McClay
ISBN : STANFORD:36105110180069
Genre : History
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No nation in modern history has had a more powerful sense of its own distinctiveness than the United States. Yet few Americans understand the immensely varied sources of that sense and the fascinating debates that have always swirled around our attempts to define "America" with greater precision. All too many have come to regard the study of their national history as tedious, just as they fail to embrace the past as something in which they must be consciously grounded. In this introduction to the study of American history, Wilfred M. McClay invites us to experience the perennial freshness and vitality of this great subject as he explores some of the enduring commitments and persistent tensions that have made America what it is. - Publisher.

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