Play predates the development of human culture and our brains are hard-wired to use play as a tool to accelerate learning, strategically explore unfamiliar environments and develop collaborative social connections. Games are human created, formalized structures and processes designed to maximize engagement and get the most out of the "play" impulse. In fact, gaming comes so naturally to us, we don't even notice it for what it is.
This is probably Madame Blavatsky's most listenable book, usually published under the title From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan. It contains much of her spiritual travels throughout India with a number of keen observations. In many ways, this is a pioneering work by a feminist intellectual way ahead of her time.
I give this illustration to my students because a winning lottery number exponentially pales in comparison to the odds against them being alive and breathing (even if they nod off a bit here and there) at this very juncture in history. But in order to appreciate the anomaly of one's existence it is necessary to get a deeper understanding of the theory of large numbers.
Everyone is fascinated by the mysteries of the unknown. And who wouldn't want to know - or change - their future circumstances? Tarot cards are the most popular of all the fortune telling mediums by far. Tarot cards make it easy to understand clues and give quick, easy answers to the questions and mysteries of your unknown future. Begin to explore the cards as a beginner, and learn to read the cards to understand what the future holds.
"Don't waste your money"
When Tucker returns to his hometown of Willow Grove to grieve the death of his infant son, memories of the murder of Katie, his childhood sweetheart, are ignited. In spite of her death being blamed on a disturbed drifter known as Slim Jim, Tucker wonders if the real killer is still out there.
"I liked this book very interesting"
Do you feel hopeless about your communication skills or those of someone you love? Don't despair! This guide summarizes contemporary communication knowledge and offers resources for further study to empower those on the autism spectrum and everyone else.
Shades is part mystery and part ghost story. It's the account of paranormal investigator, Michael Grainger, set against his experiences hunting and interacting with ghosts and his difficulty connecting with the living. The tale takes place at Redthorn Hall in York, England, where Grainger has come to investigate an alleged haunting. Masquerading as a genealogist to engender cooperation from those who might otherwise be skeptical about the very idea of ghosts or hauntings, he studies the history of the Arden family and explores the elegant manor.
Positive thinking is not just about telling yourself affirmations every day and being an insufferably fake positive person even though you're feeling really down. It's about being able to look on the bright side of almost any situation and knowing that there will be some negative times in your life. This book is meant to teach you how to move past those negative moments and try to focus more on the positive aspects of situations in your life.
"Aspiration ideas balanced with realism"
Do you have a great idea for a business but lack the funds to do it? Do you need money to establish something extraordinary, like developing new products that our market requires? In both of these cases, and in many others as well, GoFundMe can represent your solution for getting the funds you need. You will need to start a campaign and tell people why you need the money and what you plan to do with it.
Christmas Treasures is a collection of six heartwarming stories for the holiday season. The short stories in this edition are not overtly religious, focusing instead on themes of generosity, forgiveness, humility, coming of age, lifelong friendship, and repentance. Six years in the making, the audiobook is the result of love for family and tradition.
"Wonderful Christmas Book"
Do you sometimes feel that you don’t know where your angry outbursts or morbid moods come from? Would you like to know how you can handle your seasonal affective disorder, or SAD? Then you might want to take a listen to this audiobook to see if it’s right for you! There are so many myths about depression and so many misleading or false beliefs about how to treat it that it can seem like a nightmare trying to find the right treatment path for you.
The Darkness is coming. Mankind's last hope is the underwater stronghold of Pacifica. Now a ship that was on a mission critical to Pacifica's future has gone missing and Captain Jay McNair is given the task of finding her - at any cost! Unseen forces conspire to impede his mission at every turn. The seas of Pacifica have turned into hostile waters.
On a winter day in 1988, history professor Bob Weddell visits a cemetery in western Tennessee. He meets an elderly man who tells him things witnessed there decades ago. A sinkhole swallows Weddell and his truck into an unexplored cave. Following what he believes to be a passage to the surface, he finds himself in 1862 with a group of Confederate soldiers. Invisible to all, he hitches a ride on a supply wagon to the Confederate camp at Corinth.
When we live our lives with negative or limiting beliefs, we get feedback from our body in the form of pains, aches, illnesses, lack of energy, and from our emotions; undesired feelings such as anxiety, depression, apathy, anger, or grief. When we make the decision to improve an aspect of our lives, such as releasing excess weight, we must first tackle the limiting self-beliefs we hold that could prevent us from succeeding in achieving our new goals.
They named him Striker, because the day he was born he was said to have tried to hit the midwife. It's a name the young Cherokee would live up to throughout his early years, carrying with him the anger of watching his parents and best friend die on the Trail of Tears. Landing at Fort Gibson an orphan, Striker spends the next few years with other Cherokee children earning an education, and developing a burning desire to kill white men.
"An Excellent Historical Work of Fiction"
Have you ever took a look at something and felt your breath catch in your throat? I remember seeing a picture of Earth extracted from the area and having the ability to see clearly the Great Barrier Reef. I was awestruck and decided then and there that sooner or later I would travel to see it.
Book One is a charming Christmas story, introducing Montgomery Worthington, a proper and businesslike mouse with a flair for diplomacy and a love of music. When a rough and tumble family of mice moves into the church organ and threatens to ruin Christmas, Montgomery is summoned to save the season with a little help from the town mice and his business associate, a cat named Carlyle.
"The Bells of Red Glen"
In December 1933, an obituary was published in the Hutchinson, Kansas, newspaper announcing the death of Laurence Burke. Laurence had died on December 18th, 1933 at age 84 years and 11 months. He died in his home on 6th Street, one block north of St. Teresa's Catholic Church. Laurence was survived by his wife, Kate, and three sons William, Edward, and George. Laurence was to be buried in the Bean Cemetery, Little River, Kansas.
"An Irishman's Autobiography!"
The adventures of Red Glen finally come together in Red Glen One Volume. The award winning three volume series consists of The Bells of Red Glen, The Prince of Red Glen and The Streets of Red Glen. Join the courageous band of mice through the entire series as they encounter wicked cats, rough and tumble dogs, cruel enemies and violent storms.
"Amazing Fantasy Adventure For All Ages"
The war is not going well for Captain McNair and the only way to get the battle off the front doorstep of the planet of Pacifica is to save a mortal enemy. Fleet Captain Lomar has information that will help with the war. Can McNair put aside his hate long enough rescue Lomar from certain death? Find out what happens in the thrilling conclusion of the trilogy The Veterans of the Psychic Wars.