The Sweetness of a Simple Life

Tips for Healthier, Happier and Kinder Living Gleaned from the Wisdom and Science of Nature

Author: Diana Beresford-Kroeger

Publisher: Random House Canada

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Category: Nature

Page: 368

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The author of The Global Forest--an international bestseller and a classic upon publication, beloved by readers around the world--gives us her tips and advice for achieving better health and peace of mind, with frugality, simplicity and pleasure not far behind. In The Sweetness of a Simple Life, Diana Beresford-Kroeger mixes science with storytelling, wonderment, magic, myth and plenty of common sense. Orphaned at an early age, Beresford-Kroeger was raised by elderly relatives in Ireland in the Druidic tradition, taught the overlap between the arts and sciences, and the triad of body, mind and spirit. After pursuing a PhD in medical biochemistry, Beresford-Kroeger set out on a quest to preserve the world's forests. In this warm and wise collection of essays, she gives us a guide for living simply and well: which foods to eat and which to avoid; how to clean our homes and look after pets; how we can protect ourselves and our loved ones from illness; and why we need to appreciate nature. She provides an easy dose of healing, practical wisdom, blending modern medicine with aboriginal traditions. This inspiring, accessible book emphasizes back to basics, with the touchstone not an exotic religion or meditation practice, but the natural world around us.

The Sweetness of Life

Author: Françoise Héritier

Publisher: Penguin UK

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Category: Self-Help

Page: 96

View: 617

"There is a form of lightness and grace in the simple fact of existence, regardless of occupation, of strong feelings, or of political commitments of any sort - and that is the only thing I have wanted to write about. About that little extra thing that is granted to all of us, a lust for life." So begins Francoise Heritier, in her exploration of the things in life worth living for, the moments and events that give life flavour. An eminent anthropologist, now in her eighties, she draws on her own memories and the wisdom gained in a lifetime of exploration, to show how life is richer and more interesting than we often remember.

Sweet Mysteries of Life

A Handbook for Naturally Preventing and Healing Diabetes Mellitus

Author: Dr. Akmal Muwwakkil

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: Medical

Page: 241

View: 544

Sweet Mysteries of Life a Handbook for Naturally Preventing and Healing Diabetes Mellitus is a researched, evidenced based book, containing studies published by universities, health departments, hospitals, governments agencies and scholars throughout the world. Sweet Mysteries of Life identifies the connection between foods; substance consumed that cause malabsorption of nutrients resulting in malnutrition, which is the major cause of diabetes and its complications. Sweet Mysteries of life guides you through information on nutrition, anatomy, minerals, vitamins, nutritional supplementation, traditional Chinese medicine, and a protocol identifying methods used by Dr. Muwwakkil’s client. The book includes two case studies providing results from the protocols.

The Sweetness of Bitter Water

Author: Antonia Riley

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: Fiction

Page: 204

View: 283

The Sweetness of Bitter Water New Book features a fantastic series of adventures and discovery of many cultures through the viewpoint of a passionate woman Hamble, United Kingdom (Release Date TBD) Exploring the world has its challenges and rewards, and most importantly it can lead people to new boundaries of knowledge waiting to be discovered. In the new book The Sweetness of Bitter Water, author Antonia Riley invites readers to join her on a special adventure of the world like no other. The Sweetness of Bitter Water tells the story of a woman's passionate affair with light, a farm in Andalucia and a man. Alexia has read many novels and seen the television programs about moving to the Mediterranean. Her life has been a quest for adventure and this has caused her to live in the wilds of Alaska, sail in the Atlantic, fly planes, ride horses, and learn the art of painting. Now Alexia wants to obtain her own piece of barren, sun-drenched Spanish desert next to the sea and build a whitewashed Finca for herself and the love of her life. Could this be her destiny? Only time can tell. Filled with countless travels, beautiful locations, and interesting characters, The Sweetness of Bitter Water is the kind of book that will entertain readers who enjoy traveling, researching and even day dreaming. Told through a lady's view point, it will generate a lot of interest among women and encourage others to go out adventuring or exploring many fascinating places around the world. It is also a useful guide for character study and can even be used as a reflection reference. To purchase a copy of Antonia Riley's The Sweetness of Bitter Water, be sure to visit Xlibris.com, Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com or simply visit the nearest bookstore today! About the Author Antonia Riley was born in the Netherlands, but a zest for travel caused her to immigrate first to the USA, then the UK. After a career in academe she needed a total change and started flying. She has published academic work, short stories, poetry, newspaper columns and sailing yarns. The Sweetness of Bitter Water is her first novel, soon to be followed by its sequel, The Road to Fernan Perez. When not sailing the yacht Sparrowsong, Antonia lives in the South of England and in Andalucia with her husband, Henry. The Sweetness of Bitter Water * by Antonia Riley Publication Date: July 7, 2006

A Natural History of Human Emotions

Author: Stuart Walton

Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

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Category: Psychology

Page: 432

View: 291

Using Charles Darwin’s survey of emotions as a starting point, Stuart Walton’s A Natural History of Human Emotions examines the history of each of our core emotions—fear, anger, disgust, sadness, jealousy, contempt, shame, embarrassment, surprise, and happiness—and how these emotions have influenced both cultural and social history. We learn that primitive fear served as the engine of religious belief, while a desire for happiness led to humankind’s first musings on achieving a perfect utopia. Challenging the notion that human emotion has remained constant, A Natural History of Human Emotions explains why, in the last 250 years, society has changed its unwritten rules for what can be expressed in public and in private. Like An Intimate History of Humanity and Near a Thousand Tables, Walton’s A Natural History of Human Emotions is a provocative examination of human feelings and a fascinating take on how emotions have shaped our past.

The Portrait of a Lady

Author: Henry James

Publisher: Bantam Classics

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Category: Fiction

Page: 656

View: 533

Capturing the grandeur of a gracious, splendid Europe of wealth and Old World sensibilities, this glorious, complex novel has become a touchstone for a great writer’s entire literary achievement. From the opening pages, when the high-spirited American girl Isabel Archer arrives at the English manor Gardencourt, James’s luminous, superbly crafted prose creates an atmosphere of intensity, expectation, and incomparable beauty. Isabel, who has been taken abroad by an eccentric aunt to fulfill her potential, attracts the passions of a British aristocrat and a brash American, as well as the secret adoration of her invalid cousin, Ralph Touchett. But her vulnerability and innocence lead her not to love but to a fatal entrapment in intrigue, deception, and betrayal. This brilliant interior drama of the forming of a woman’s consciousness makes The Portrait of a Lady a masterpiece of James’s middle years. From the Paperback edition.

Anton in America

A Novel from German-American Life

Author: Reinhold Solger

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 317

View: 750

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