We all tend to hold onto things that have happened in the past. It can feel like we are pulling a cart behind us with all are troubles and worries; it slows us down, and we can become tired, depressed, even jealous, as life seems so easy for others. All we need to do is let go of the cart, and we will feel lighter and free, but often we have held onto it so long that it has become part of us. Many of the people we know are also carrying carts, so it can seem normal.
Drafted to play for the Jacksonville Sea Storm, an NHL affiliate, 20-year-old Lane Courtnall's future looks bright, apart from the awkwardness he feels as a gay man playing on a minor league hockey team. He's put his foot in his mouth a few times and alienated his teammates. Then, during a rivalry game, Lane throws off his gloves against Jared Shore, enforcer for the Savannah Renegades. It's a strange way to begin a relationship.
A freak accident during the Stanley Cup Playoffs put an end to Max Ashford's hockey career. Despite everything, Max gets back into the game as an assistant coach of the Spartanburg Spitfires. But nothing prepares him for the shock when he learns the new head coach is Misha Samarin, the man who caused Max's accident. Misha has no idea what to do when he's confronted with Max's presence - or the fierce attraction that springs up between them.
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After last season's heartbreaking loss to his hockey team's archrival, Jacksonville Sea Storm goalie Riley Hunter is ready to let go of the past and focus on a winning season. His new roommate, Ethan Kennedy, is a loud New Yorker with a passion for social justice that matches his role as the team's enforcer. The quieter Riley is attracted to Ethan and has no idea what to do about it.
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There is simply no value put on words. Words, however, are the reason that one person lives a life of abundance while another person lives a life of lack. In this book, I want to share with you the correct way to harness the power of your words, so instead of holding you back, they propel you towards the life that you desire - the life that you were destined to live.
This essay discusses the essentials of Rand's ethics and its crucial relevance to America's intellectual, moral, and political crisis. There are overtones applicable to America. It serves as an excellent commentary on the historical and cultural significance of her ethics and the view of man as a moral ideal.
For paramedic Adam Carson, his world is lights and sirens and saving lives. Pressures at work keep him firmly in the closet, and life is too busy to contend with the complications that come with dating and relationships. When a familiar face from his past turns up where he least expects it, Adam starts to question whether or not there is room in his life for those complications. The last person forensic pathologist Sam McKenna expects to see at pub night is Adam, the guy who made his life hell in high school.
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A travel writer in need of a Halloween story decides to visit the north country of Yorkshire, where he wants to visit villages with haunted houses and to interview people who have ghost stories. Riding his bicycle northward from York, he collects photographs and stories from villagers as he cycles along. Coming to the end of his work day, the threat of a rain storm prompts him to take a back road to an obscure village, where he hopes to find lodging for the night.
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Are you frustrated with your current job? Do you wish you had more disposable income after paying your bills? Are you excited by the idea of working for yourself? Do you want to find quick, easy to follow, and effective solutions to starting your own home-based business? All these challenges and more are covered in the four-book collection Entrepreneur: A Beginners Guide to Entrepreneurship.
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De Brevitate Vitae (frequently referred to as On the Shortness of Life in English) is a moral essay written by Seneca the Younger, a Roman Stoic philosopher, to his father-in-law Paulinus. The philosopher brings up many Stoic principles on the nature of time, namely that men waste much of it in meaningless pursuits. According to the essay, nature gives man enough time to do what is really important and the individual must allot it properly.
Since the 2008 recession began, sales of Atlas Shrugged have surged and the novel (and author Ayn Rand) have landed at the center of American politics. Whether you decide to embrace Ayn Rand's ideas, reject them, or simply want to be able to participate in an informed way in conversations about Rand's ideas, this slim volume will help you understand her revolutionary philosophy and identify the myths circulating about her ideas. Four authors identify some prominent myths, show why they are false, and state the plain facts that the myths conceal.
Elizabeth Short, who is also nicknamed "Black Dahlia", was brutally murdered in January 15, 1947, with her body cut in two and severely mutilated. Dahlia's body was found in a vacant lot that is near the intersection of 39th St. and Norton Ave. in South Los Angeles and had no trace of blood in the place of the crime scene. Her death is one of the most publicized murder cases in 1947, but the police and the investigation team have never been able to solve the brutal crime. Up until now, the case of "Black Dahlia" was still considered by many as a mystery....
Professor Andrea Diem-Lane, PhD, provides an in-depth analysis and summary of 10 key books on the religion of Jainism, providing the listener with a deeper grasp of this ancient Indian religion and its compassionate practice of ahimsa, or nonviolence. Serves as a general introduction to the Jain religion.
These interrelated stories are arranged in two sections, one devoted to virtues ("Bravery", "Loyalty", "Chastity", "Charity", and "Forbearance") and the other to vices ("Lust", "Sloth", "Avarice", "Gluttony", and "Vanity"). They are cast with characters who appear and reappear throughout the collection, their actions equally divided between the praiseworthy and the loathsome.
"More Virtue than Vices"
Best-selling author and six-figure online entrepreneur Brad Jones will show you how to achieve what you want in life by following a simple, yet highly effective, goal-setting formula. This book was created for the person who is starting to recognize their dissatisfaction with life. It's for those people who want an easy-to-follow system, which will lead them from their current position to a customized, ideal existence. Not only will you feel more satisfied with your renewed drive and direction, you'll also discover an increase in well-being and confidence that everyone will benefit from.
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Philosophy professor and entrepreneur Stephen Hicks takes a critical look at unquestioned assumptions in the arena of business ethics.
What is the nature of benevolence toward other people? How does it differ from altruism? Is it a major or minor virtue? How does it relate to the benevolent sense of life? David Kelley answers these questions in a groundbreaking work. Unrugged Individualism is the first philosophical analysis of benevolence from the Objectivist point of view, a major addition to the Objectivist ethics, and a convincing demonstration of the fertility of the system of ideas originated by Ayn Rand.
There are a lot of different social media platforms out there, and it's practically impossible to try them all. To make this all easier, they are listed and discussed in the chapter "The Most Effective Social Media Platform for You". Once you have decided which of the social media platforms you want to try out, the chapter "10 Powerful Social Media Strategies" has some top advice on how to make your marketing efforts effective. Be sure to listen to each of them carefully, and think about how you can put them into action.
If the progress you've sought to make in any one or all areas of your life has hit a plateau, you have to look within yourself to try to see if you're not perhaps your own worst enemy. It's time to take full responsibility for your own destiny, and it all starts with realizing that the problem is most likely you. You may be looking in the wrong direction in your attempts to try to figure out why you seem to have reached peak growth and progress, and it's now time to highlight and address the most likely source of your apparent lack of direction.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to add mental resilience to your life. Building mental resilience is important if you want to get tougher and build a shield against all the stress and bad things in the world. It is so easy to give up under high pressure and let go of your dreams and hopes for the future. However, do not despair. There are ways to practice mental resilience and become a stronger person.