Two internationally known spiritual guides explore integrating our inner and outer journeys. They challenge us to confront our inner and social violence and bring it to healing and transformation in a sacred and ecumenical context. Rohr and Keating each give insights on awakening to God's friendship, coming to know God and ourselves, growing in love through centering prayer, facing evil around us and our demons within us as well as opening our deep selves to divine therapy which heals our wounds.
"Christian Spirituality for Adults"
Throughout this book, you will understand the techniques to mastering your emotions and increasing your EQ, interpersonal skills, and communication skills. Having the ability to command your emotions and understand them will help you maximize success!
"Good book, somethings everyone should know and practice."
Cdr. Richard Jadick's story is one of the most extraordinary to come out of the war in Iraq. At 38, the last place the Navy doctor was expected to be was on the front lines. He was too old to be called up, but not too old to volunteer. In November 2004, with the military reeling from an acute doctor shortage, Jadick chose to accompany the First Battalion, Eighth Marine Regiment (the "1/8") to Iraq.
"What a story!"
Many alarms have sounded on the potential for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to upend the workforce, especially for easy-to-automate jobs. But managers at all levels will have to adapt to the world of smart machines. The fact is, artificial intelligence will soon be able to do the administrative tasks that consume much of managers’ time faster, better, and at a lower cost.
"How Artificial Intelligence Will Redefine Management" is from hbr.com, published on November 2, 2016.
A rich and varied collection of classic short stories by British writers: 'Quality' by John Galsworthy, 'The Mark on the Wall' by Virginia Woolf, 'The Horse Dealer’s Daughter' by D. H. Lawrence, 'The Ticking of the Clock' by Louisa Baldwin, 'The Fiddler of the Reels' by Thomas Hardy, 'The Return' by R. Murray Gilchrist, 'Kew Gardens' by Virginia Woolf, 'Seashore Macabre' by Hugh Walpole, 'Satan’s Circus' by Eleanor Smith, 'The Coffin Merchant' by Richard Middleton....
"narration completely detracts. couldn't finish it."
Are you thinking of getting a puppy? Or do you own a puppy that behaves badly or does not follow your commands? Would you like to learn how to train him or her, to assert your authority and ensure that he or she is well behaved and responsive to your commands? If your answer to these questions is in the affirmative, you're in luck, because today teaching your dog good behavior will be our focus.
"Don't Treat Young Adults as Teenagers" is from the April 30, 2016 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Laurence Steinberg, Thomas Grisso, Elizabeth S. Scott and Richard J. Bonnie and narrated by Kristi Burns.
Organized by the stages along life's journey, The Moral Compass moves from the first character lessons taught in the home to the countless choices that call the virtues into play. The stories and poems continually serve as reference points on a moral compass, guiding the reader through the ethical and spiritual challenges along the pathway of life: leaving home, entering into marriage, easing the burdens of others, nurturing one's children, and fulfilling the obligations of citizenship and leadership.
Jerry Springer: The Opera is the multi award winning, hit musical filmed live in London's West End. Starring David Soul, the original star of the cult TV show Starsky & Hutch, this theatrical spectacle made theatre history by receiving an unprecedented four awards for Best Musical at the Olivier Awards, the Critics' Circle Theatre Awards, the Evening Standard Theatre Awards, and the What's On Stage Awards.
A gripping collection of weird and fantastical stories of supernatural and unbelievable happenings. "Pomegranate Seed" by Edith Wharton; "The Tiger" by Hugh Walpole; "When I Was Dead" by Vincent O'Sullivan; "The Fire" by Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne; "Satan's Circus" by Eleanor Smith; "The Coffin Merchant" by Richard Middleton; and more tall stories....
This collection of narratives, all told by people who were actually part of the American Civil War, was first published in 1885 and was received very well by the public, who caused it to have a further five reprints during the next few years. You'll hear about a number of famous escapades that took place during the Civil War, from a civilian with Unionist sympathies but living in the South, through to the unparalleled locomotive chase that inspired Buster Keaton's all time classic silent movie The General.
"Dont waste your time - even if its on sale"
Are there really secrets to success? Turn to Fortune for analysis and information about the people and ideas that drive global business. These eight articles profile business executives - from corporate giants to innovative entrepreneurs - who have something important in common: successful approaches to business challenges.
"Oakland’s ‘Ghost Ship,’ Site of Fire, Was a Motley Warehouse With a History" is from the December 5, 2016 United States section of The New York Times. It was written by Julie Turkewitz, Thomas Fuller, Richard Pérez Peña and Conor Dougherty and narrated by Caroline Miller.