The course of our lives is often predetermined by our family and cultural mindsets. Traditionally humans seem to follow the edicts of current and historic thought even though many cultural ideas prove to be unreliable across history. Do things change or, were we wrong about a number of ideas from the beginning? We can change attitudes and consequently influence our personal future. We can cultivate our intuition and create new possibilities for ourselves. Some people create misfortune without even knowing it! Success for them becomes a fantasy that never seems to materialize because certain choices were made without accurate perceptions or reflection. This accounts for many people becoming compliant and disappointed. Even overwhelmed. Some decisions are made out of habit and the same routines abet certain people in overlooking the possibilities that could begin a new and exciting future. This book details information on the individual aspects of success and is a unique approach to understanding how history and our environment can help us or hinder us. This work outlines a system of success that has proved effective for Americans competing in the workforce or struggling with life’s personal challenges. The book also contains historical facts regarding humanity and the previous thinking of our ancestors that brought us to the present. Not all of their thinking was healthy or productive. In this current season of human existence many people have become swayed by misinformation and so, I have chosen politics and religion as examples of how age-old thinking can bring about unintended but large-scale consequences. Even our chosen official’s minds loiter in outdated and inefficient thinking which fatigues their brains thus, not assisting them in assisting us! Everyone seems to embrace their own version of the truth however this habit can be costly when that truth turns out to be inaccurate. As separate assemblies of peoples we have gone against nature in creating many differing, even conflicting truths that have caused divisiveness among people that does not have to influence our interactions in destructive ways. Perhaps its time for us as a species to embrace the wisdom that has been our inheritance since the time of our own invention. I hope my words will do their part in bringing us back together as was the original intention of our creation.
Nine Appliqued and Pieced Quilts, Celebrating Every Season
Author: Becky Goldsmith
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Piece O' Cake presents 9 delightful quilt designs that celebrate the seasons. From simple string piecing to exquisite hand applique, from Winter Dance to Scrappy Stars & Stripes, there's something to please every taste. Choose your favorite and let's get started!
Once Upon a Night Season relates an extraordinary dark six-month period in the life of an impoverished young Appalachian boy. The time is late December, 1967. The protagonist is a 12-year-old cynic named Thomas Meek. Thomas?
Josh Jones realizes his family isn't typical, but it's the only life he's ever known. Aunt Lou, Gramps, Uncle Charlie, Grandpa--they all have shaped the young man he has become. But as he grows into manhood, Josh begins to face important questions about life, love, and faith. Three million books sold in the series!
In Seasons, we explore the loss of innocence when adversities hit a little southern town. We often ask, where is God in all this? What happens when you have difficult choices to make—choices that will affect everyone around you? How do you find answers to why God allows terrible things to happen to good people? How do you feel about God when his answer to your question is no? The world around us is harsh, and we long to feel safe and special. Perhaps in Seasons you will be able to find that, by one young girl’s journey through innocence lost, you can learn to accept, forgive, and find comfort in the strength God has given her in some of the darkest days and endless joy that surrounded her life.
WELCOME TO STORYBROOKE For Emma Swan, life has been anything but a fairy tale. She's been alone since she wbe with her one true love, Price Charming, but the Queen was abandoned as a baby-that is, until the night of her twenty-eighth birthday, when Henry, the son she gave p for adoption ten years ago, appears on her doorstep. Henry takes Emma back to his home in Storybrooke, where he insists all the town's residents are actually fairy tale characters, cursed to forget their true identities, and Emma is the only one who can save them... In another world, and another time, Snow White is a bandit on the run, forced into exile by her stepmother, the Evil Queen, Snow will do anything to ill stop at nothing to destroy their happy ending
A boy learns that nature is full of stories to tell when he finds and follows a mouse's tracks in a wintery wood. Milo wants a story, but his mom is too busy to entertain him. Instead, she encourages him to go out and play in the snow. At first, Milo is disappointed - he doesn't want to play outside, he wants a story. But when he starts to follow a trail of mouse-prints, he discovers signs of activity all around, prompting him to ask, "What happened here?" Before long, he's using his imagination -- depicted in lush wordless spreads that capture the vividness of Milo's fantasies -- to fill in the gaps. By the time Milo comes home, he's the one with stories to tell. A must have for the winter season, Liza Woodruff's Once Upon a Winter Day is a fun read-aloud that shares details about animal behavior from a child's perspective.
Some of today's leading science fiction and fantasy authors--including Gregory Benford, Fiona Patton, Richard Friesen, Tanya Huff, Bruce Holland Rogers, and Michelle West, among others--present their own innovative new version of such classic fairy tales as "Sleeping Beauty," "Goldilocks," and "The Emperor's New Clothes." Original.
"I usually managed to stay out of his way; it's amazing how many different routes you can find to get to your room in school!" Trenton couldn't read Lipton's "in season for hunting look", and the day of their confrontation in the gym, there was no place to run, and no place to hide. A total transformation of the school evolved from Young author's Day and the "seeing in a mirror" experience of Lipton and Trenton.