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  • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents Earth (The Audiobook): A Visitor's Guide to the Human Race | Jon Stewart

    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents Earth (The Audiobook): A Visitor's Guide to the Human Race

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Jon Stewart
    • Narrated By Jon Stewart, Samantha Bee, Wyatt Cenac, and others
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    Where do we come from? Who created us? Why are we here? These questions have puzzled us since the dawn of time, but when it became apparent to Jon Stewart and the writers of The Daily Show that the world was about to end, they embarked on a massive mission to write a book that summed up the human race: What we looked like; what we accomplished; our achievements in society, government, religion, science, and culture - all in a lavishly produced audiobook.

  • Kinda Like Brothers | Coe Booth

    Kinda Like Brothers

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By Coe Booth
    • Narrated By John Clarence Stewart
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    Jarrett doesn't trust Kevon. But he's got to share a room with him anyway. It was one thing when Jarrett's mom took care of foster babies who needed help. But this time it's different. This time the baby who needs help has an older brother - a kid Jarrett's age named Kevon. Everyone thinks Jarrett and Kevon should be friends - but that's not gonna happen. Not when Kevon's acting like he's better than Jarrett - and not when Jarrett finds out Kevon's keeping some major secrets.

  • Unlacing the Heart: Connecting with What Really Matters | Henry B. Freeman PhD

    Unlacing the Heart: Connecting with What Really Matters

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Henry B. Freeman PhD
    • Narrated By John Stewart
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    Unlacing the Heart is a book of true-life stories that capture moments of deep personal connection between people living very different lives. Of Alfredo, a homeless man who invited Henry Freeman into his life; of Jane, a Yale student who needed help coming out from under the pressure and expectations of a high society family; of Sister Margaret, a Franciscan nun who joyfully shared her gift for uncovering the good in people we often fear and hate.

  • The Will To Live Part 1 | John Stewart Rushton

    The Will To Live Part 1

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
    • Narrated By John Stewart Rushton
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    It is important to value who you are. It is difficult at times when you are in a dark place and life seems to have no viable solutions as to what to do and where to go - but they are there. It is very difficult too when in that dark place to have any energy because it seems to be sapped out of you because of a lack of impetus and desire. Your mind knows what it wants, the body seems not to care and all one can dream about is to be left alone or waiting for that magic moment when all will be OK and it doesn't arrive.

  • Living Your Own Life: Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Living Your Own Life: Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
    • Narrated By John Stewart Rushton
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    Do you live your of life of your own accord or do you live it because others have directed you or put pressure on to you to live it in a certain way? Many people actually live a life with a constancy of saying "If I do this so and so will get upset" so they don't do what they want to do. That's not acceptable living in the footprint or fear of possibly upsetting someone else.

  • Bereavement - Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Bereavement - Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Life Bite Series. Bereavement is going to hit us all at some point in our lives. It is the one inevtiable thing that's guaranteed. How we think of death is partly due to our religion and the stilted morbid way that we have been taught about it. Yet if you believe in God then death is not that bad. If "love" was in the equation then it still existes even after death (escept in Islam where love is purely conditional).

  • Personal Communicating and Racial Equity | John Stewart

    Personal Communicating and Racial Equity

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 49 mins)
    • By John Stewart
    • Narrated By John Stewart
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    MLK said, "People fail to get along with each other because they fear each other. They fear each other because they don't understand each other. They don't understand each other because they have not properly communicated with each other." This audiobook explains how to overcome these fears and communicate properly, especially in situations of cultural difference.

  • U&ME: Communicating in Moments That Matter | John Stewart

    U&ME: Communicating in Moments That Matter

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By John Stewart
    • Narrated By John Stewart
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    Are you as happy as you you'd like to be? Feeling satisfied with your job? Getting along well with family members? Experiencing serenity, at least some of the time? Do you think your life situation is contributing to your longevity or pushing you toward an early grave? Nothing is more critical to the quality of our lives than our relationships, and nothing is more critical to our relationships than how we communicate.

  • The Happiness Factor | John Stewart Rushton

    The Happiness Factor

    • UNABRIDGED (56 mins)
    • By John Stewart Rushton
    • Narrated By John Stewart Rushton
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    You can't buy, inject, drink, swallow nor anything else that will give you happiness. Even winning the lottery will only give you fleeting happiness even if it gets you out of a financial predicament and you buy all your desired clothes and cars etc... You can win your dream super car and next day crash it with devastating injuries - where did your happiness go?

  • Controlling Your Emotions | John Stewart Rushton

    Controlling Your Emotions

    • UNABRIDGED (42 mins)
    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Emotions enhance our life walk. We have love, joy, happiness, with love being the greatest and most effective emotion we have. We also have the opposite emotions: anger, hatred, greed, envy, pride, etc, all of which will bring us down.

    If we believe in God, then there is but pure love; if we believe in anything else, then it's the Devil - the antithasis of all that's good. And if we impose conditions on love, then that is our downfall too.

  • Loneliness - Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Loneliness - Life Bite Series

    • ORIGINAL (6 mins)
    • By John Stewart Rushton
    • Narrated By John Stewart Rushton
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    Life Bite Series. Loneliness can be very debilitating. You can feel lonely right in the middle of a bunch of friends and family that love you. You don't have to isolated to be lonely. However the most common cause of loneliness is a degree of selfishness, a selfishness that thinks of oneself more than sharing with others. It can even become habitual and self consuming so that one lives in a bubble of "all about me" and then starts to feel that "I can't be bothered" or "it will be late" or "An excuse here" and so on.

  • Failure - Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Failure - Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Life Bite Series. Failure is an essential aspect of our lives. Possibly not for the ignorant, stupid and pathetic but for everyone else it is. To fail means you have tried and in the process gained knowledge and information for which you get 10/10 for trying. You get nothing for doing nothing. You are if you have failed already a success in life, and whilst things may not have gone as planned you have endured and tried and that is success in a nutshell.

  • Humility & Pride - Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Humility & Pride - Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Humility and pride: One can get you everywhere and the other can get you nowhere. It's a virtue to be humble as it denotes you have a high degree of grace and understanding. It doesn't denote being a "soft touch" as what you possess is of a value that needs no extra advertising. Those who are ego lead are quite the opposite, often suffering from a very bad ignorance and lack of self-esteem. There is a big difference between being proud of your children or some work you have done as opposed to being proud looking at life through a variable supercilious aspect that clouds others from your favour and even warrants negativity.

  • Coming Out: Accepting Yourself | John Stewart Rushton

    Coming Out: Accepting Yourself

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Coming out, despite the possible initial impetus to do so, is one of the most liberating aspects of your life. It is you who is being you. You don't need approval or permission nor anything else. Accepting who you are in every way is not only cathartic but puts you in a strong and definable position, because it is you who has to live with yourself every second of every day.

  • Accepting Yourself | John Stewart Rushton

    Accepting Yourself

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Accepting yourself just the way you are is the most liberating thing you can do. Second guessing as to what others think isn't an option, it's a let down by the self, the right people will love you for who you are. This audio download discusses what it means to be you and why there should be NO excuses or anything else that's negative about yourself. Your pathway is unique even if at times it tends to seemingly be parallel with others or situations, it is never the less unqiue.

  • Priorities & Agendas: Life Bites Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Priorities & Agendas: Life Bites Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Life Bites Series. It is important that we prioritise certain aspects of our lives otherwise we never get anything done or it happens in the wrong way. Similarly we need an agenda too, even if it is just something simple at the back of our mind. It's when we have negative or subversive or hidden agendas or others in their own way do that so to "use" us to further their cause. Those that stroll through life rarely get anything grand done and often wonder how others manage.

  • The Chameleon Effect - Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    The Chameleon Effect - Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Life Bite Series. The Chameleon Effect is when you try to be everything to everybody to please them or fit in. The problem however with being everything to everyone is that you end up being nothing to yourself and ultimately a disappointment to everyone else as well as they never see the real until it is too late, then they feel let down. People must love you for who you are and not what you think they wold like to see or make up some fictitious character that is not you then you do one thing and that is deceive yourself.

  • Whose Life Are You Living: Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Whose Life Are You Living: Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Life Bite Series. It may seem strange but many people live their life as a product of what others think or say or have advised them quite strongly to take. There is but one solution and that is to live your life the best way you can taking into account your mentality, your likes and dislikes, all the little things that make you tick and anything else, after all that is you. As well meaning as others may be (or not) you still have to follow your own pathway as no one else can ever do it for you.

  • Communication with Others - Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Communication with Others - Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    Life Bite Series. Good communications are paramount if we are to enjoy life, feel good, be happy, understand where we are and those around us. We all know those who are bad communicators in life because they expect everyone else to call them and feel badly done when it doesn't happen. But communications are a two way thing and a lack of communication can lead to you not only being left out in life or lose business but end up lonely and isolated.

  • Enjoying Each Day - Life Bite Series | John Stewart Rushton

    Enjoying Each Day - Life Bite Series

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    • By John Stewart Rushton
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    One has to try and enjoy each day and offer no excuses as to why that can't be accomplished. Granted some days are heavy with certain burdens in life that we have to endure, but making them a feature of our lives is purely for the pathetic and stupid. We shouldn't "Postpone Happiness" either, saying that in the future things will get better or look forward to a future date - even if it is valid in itself. Every day is part of our life and we should, as such, make the best of it and be positive. If we start to make excuses as to why we aren't happy then we are on the slippery slope downhill.

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