The Asylum Seeker: Lesson for Donald Trump and African Union: Goltura Babagotus
Feeling discouraged about your current job situation? Is your self-esteem lacking as a result? Steve Janney tells you to be The Persistent Duck. In his inspiring book, Steve shares his own struggle with unemployment and how his faith in God helped him through it all, eventually leading him to counsel those struggling with their own job searches. He provides their success stories to encourage readers to maintain a positive attitude and be persistent, like a hungry duck. There´s Charley, who, after a lengthy job search, received three job offers in one day! Or Terri, who was dissatisfied with her job as a hotel maid, so she pursued a different career path and through her tenacity became the assistant manager of a popular store.Similar stories give listeners who are underemployed or unemployed the confidence to follow their career dreams, because just as a duck never gives up, nor should they. Remember the duck!Steve Janney has assisted many people over the past 18 years to become employed or improve their present employment. He has presented motivational workshops for people in social-work careers. He was coauthor of the book How to Establish Your Own Private Practice for the mental health profession and copresented workshops nationally under the same title for several years for the American Personnel and Guidance Association. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sean Kilgore. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tate/000651/bk_tate_000651_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Spirit Teaches a Simple Seeker:Thirty-Three Lessons of Life Jean Whitred
This book describes the similarities and differences between two species, bonobos and chimpanzees, based on the three decades the author has spent studying them in the wild, and shows how the contrasting nature of these two species is also reflected in human nature. The most important differences between bonobos and chimpanzees, our closest relatives, are the social mechanisms of coexistence in group life. Chimpanzees are known as a fairly despotic species in which the males exclusively dominate over the females, and maintain a rigid hierarchy. Chimpanzees have developed social intelligence to survive severe competition among males: by upholding the hierarchy of dominance, they can usually preserve peaceful relations among group members. In contrast, female bonobos have the same or even a higher social status than males. By evolving pseudo-estrus during their non-reproductive period, females have succeeded in moderating inter-male sexual competition, and in initiating mate selection. Although they are non-related in male-philopatric society, they usually aggregate in a group, enjoy priority access to food, determine which male is the alpha male, and generally maintain much more peaceful social relations compared to chimpanzees. Lastly, by identifying key mechanisms of social coexistence in these two species, the author also seeks to find solutions or ´´hope´´ for the peaceful coexistence of human beings. ´´Takeshi Furuichi is one of very few scientists in the world familiar with both chimpanzees and bonobos. In lively prose, reflecting personal experience with apes in the rain forest, he compares our two closest relatives and explains the striking differences between the male- dominated and territorial chimpanzees and the female-centered gentle bonobos.´´ Frans de Waal, author of Mama´s Last Hug - Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves (Norton, 2019)
Dancing Lessons centers on Ever, a young man with Asperger´s syndrome who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they´re both caught off-guard by the discoveries - both hilarious and heartwarming - that they make about each other and about themselves. Directed by Julianne Boyd. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paige Davis, John Cariani. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/naxo/001360/bk_naxo_001360_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Tired of dieting and repeated failures? Each year more than 45 million Americans go on a diet. Yet, more than two-thirds of Americans continue to compromise health and longevity because of excessive weight. What hinders weight loss? This 31-day devotional book gives a fresh perspective by using scriptures, biblical stories, and personal accounts to navigate a culture of never-ending diets. God´s Diet Plan: Seek Him First paves the way for a healthier lifestyle and a new you. Selective passages set the tone for each devotion which is followed by purposeful prayer. Prompts from ´´Thoughts to Ponder´´ and ´´Lesson for Life´´ guide you to consider positive actions. Challenging questions in ´´Digging Deeper´´ encourage growth in nutritional knowledge and spiritual depth as you reflect alone or with a group. Nutrition tools in the appendices guide you toward wholesome eating practices. Explore how seeking God inspires a closer relationship with him. Stop dieting and start living as you seek God first.
Author and past life regression hypnotherapist, Melissa Watts, shares her journey from seeker to finder as she first discovered and then experienced past life regression hypnotherapy. What she learned along the way profoundly affected her and changed her life forever. During her hypnotherapy sessions with internationally-known life-between-lives hypnotherapist, Paul Aurand, Melissa (who goes by Lisa) came face to face with her Spirit Guide, ALL, who helped her to learn not only the lessons from her past lives, but also gave her a blueprint for her purpose in this lifetime. Now, Lisa is fulfilling this life´s purpose by transforming the passion she has for past life regression into her life´s work. She has written Lessons of Many Lives in which she shares her experiences and the lessons that she learned. Everyone has come into this lifetime with a purpose, and no one comes into their life alone. Let Lisa´s words and experiences inspire you to learn that you have never been alone, love lasts forever, and help is always just a prayer away. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rosanne Rubino. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/018175/bk_acx0_018175_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A fresh and thoroughly modern take on Afterlife communication. Claire Broad is known as the Honest Medium, in What the Dead are Trying to Teach Claire shares invaluable insights into life after death gained through her own experience, whilst also drawing on the most up-to-date scientific studies on consciousness. As a young child, Claire experienced psychic phenomena, as she grew older her experiences and the communications she received became stronger, resulting in Spirit teachers making their presence known and guiding her. Naturally analytical and now an adult, Claire was forced to question the validity of her experiences against the common academic opinion surrounding survival after physical death and embarked upon a life long quest for the truth. In her refreshingly down to earth, honest and open manner, Claire shares personal stories to bring comfort and hope to many whilst highlighting findings from consciousness studies that challenge our understanding of the world and encourage us to consider our true nature and full potential. Claire teaches us why we may have confidence there is life after death, how we can heal and awaken spiritually through the therapeutic practice of mediumship and most importantly what we can learn from those already on the other side in order to make the most of this life whilst we are here. By the end of this compelling book, readers will have an understanding that we all have a natural connection to the spirit world and will have gained tips and tools to deepen this connection; that death is an illusion; that our loved ones can visit us after their passing and that we can learn to recognise the signs; that genuine mediumship is a therapeutic practice and why visiting a medium is nothing to be feared; that spirit guides gently support us all; that it is natural for a child to display psychic ability and what you can do to support a child that does; that there is scientific research to support the validity of mediumship and psychic ability and that it is possible to seek evidence for survival as well as keeping faith.
On a planet where the locals of a certain age go rogue, it´s up to the human keepers to track the crazies. The human keepers must follow them deep into the planet through twisting, claustrophobic tunnels in order to restrain or terminate them. But these seek-and-destroy missions rarely go according to plan... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Terry Hayman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/008235/bk_acx0_008235_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.