In this book, we'll introduce you to the practice of meditation and lead you through a fun 30-day adventure of adding meditation into your daily life. You'll learn basic meditation techniques, chakra meditation, mantra meditation, and a variety of other types. By the end of the month, you should feel relaxed, focused, and reenergized. After 30 days, meditation should be a habit for you. As you continue to meditate, you and your life will benefit.
The United States has one of the most technically sound criminal justice systems in the world. Mostly derived from English common law, the U.S. Constitution explicitly lays out when and how a citizen can be searched and arrested, as well as their other rights to trial. But, as with many of the Constitution’s powers, the experiences of the colonists at the hands of the British shaped our legal system’s criminal procedure laws.
Sandwiched between the Revolution and the Civil War, the War of 1812 is one of America's forgotten conflicts, and the stalemated nature of the war (which resolved virtually none of either side's war aims) has also ensured that it is often given merely a cursory overview. One of the battles of the war inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the Star-Spangled Banner, which ultimately became America's national anthem. While the British horrified many Americans with the ease in which they sacked the capital at Washington, they faced stiff resistance around Baltimore.
Forced to leave his home for speaking out against a general's murderous forays against the Indians and for loving the general's daughter, Elijah travels the West as a bounty hunter, helping to uphold the law. Piper, the general's daughter, fights off the amorous attentions of a calloused lieutenant while praying for her one true love to return.