Winter Dreams is a story of friendship, love and betrayal by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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Sports Illustrated's chief NBA writer, Jack McCallum, only planned to spend the preseason with the Phoenix Suns as an "assistant coach" - and then write a story about his experiences. Instead, he stayed on with the Suns throughout their exciting and controversial 2005-2006 season. Gaining access to everything from locker-room chats with superstar point guard Steve Nash, to coaches' meetings with maverick coach Mike D'Antoni, McCallum learned what makes this wildly popular, innovative, and international assemblage of talented players and brilliant coaches tick.
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Tough times won’t last, but tough people will. Many people have lost money and many are losing their jobs, homes, or at least making cutbacks. Many others have faced life-changing natural disasters, such as hurricanes and fires, as well as health and family difficulties Chicken Soup for the Soul: Tough Times, Tough People is all about overcoming adversity, pulling together, making do with less, facing challenges, and finding new joys in a simpler life. Includes 10 bonus stories of faith.
Creating order within our thought process is critical to us understanding what truth is and what is false. Very often we confuse subjective thinking with objective thinking and as a result, we confuse ourselves with the truth. There is great wisdom in learning when to be objective and when to be subjective. Learn about the various scenarios on subjective and objective thinking. Discover what happens when you don't have a clear vision and the actual benefits of having a clear vision.
"Sea in a cup of tea"
The problems of the 21st century are of unprecedented scale. Climate change, financial instability, the housing crisis, the need for health care: all of these are political issues that could be managed with ease on a much smaller scale. But with an enormous global population, that kind of change is no longer an option.
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Set in the remote arctic region of Northern Canada, this book takes listeners on a harrowing canoe voyage that results in tragedy, redemption, and, ultimately, transformation. George Grinnell was one of six young men who set off on the 1955 expedition led by experienced wilderness canoeist Art Moffatt. Poorly planned and executed, the journey seemed doomed from the start. Ignoring the approaching winter, the men became entranced with the peace and beauty of the arctic in autumn.
Brandon is a small town cowboy turned New York City reporter. Hope never left the small town. Twenty-five years ago, they fell in love in high school. Only one problem, she was the daughter of the Mormon Bishop and he the outsider who happened to be Catholic... and in 1977, rural Utah, that mattered. In 2006, he is returning to Utah for the funeral of his best friend - who married Hope.
Love is a Disaster! 'Nuff Said!
This book was written because I enjoy poetry, and I decided to write this book because I thought some of the poems that I had read were too confusing and hard to understand. I did not get any meaning out of them except for some poems by Emily Dickingson, Robert Blake, and A.E Houston. Therefore, I set out to greate a masterpiece that listeners like myself could understand and enjoy.
"I felt it was a good book"
Through poetry I find a path to make one cry, to make one laugh. Hinted expressions of how I feel. Epitome of something real... David J. Greene's style of poetry is one all to its own. Not only is it expressive and motivational, it's beautifully written and undeniably honest. David's way of explaining his inner emotions and thoughts leaves you yearning for yet one more line. His poems draw you in, hold you close, and leave you recklessly forwarding to see what the next one has in store.