Getting to Know You

A Physician Explains how Acupuncture Helps You be the Best You

Author: Joseph M. Helms

Publisher: North Atlantic Books


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 234

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"Explains psycho-biological 'types' from the perspective of classical acupuncture texts. Describes the types with patient examples, the experience of acupuncture treatments, and the circulation of acupuncture energy in the body. Recommends self-improvement approaches for likely problems in each type, and gives guidelines for appropriate use of acupuncture therapy for medical concerns"--Provided by publisher.

Getting to Know You


Author: David Marusek

Publisher: Del Rey


Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Not since William Gibson and Bruce Sterling galvanized science fiction in the 1980s has the emergence of a new writer been heralded with such acclaim as that attending David Marusek, whose brilliant first novel, Counting Heads, appeared to rave reviews in 2005. But Marusek did not come out of nowhere. Aficionados of the genre had already taken note of his groundbreaking short fiction: masterfully written, profoundly thought-out examinations of futures so real they seemed virtually inevitable. Now, in this collection of ten short stories, Marusek’s fierce imagination and dazzling extrapolative gifts are on full display. Five of the stories, including the Sturgeon Award-winning “The Wedding Album,” a shattering look at the unintended human consequences of advanced technology, are set in the same future as Counting Heads. All ten showcase Marusek’s talent for literate, provocative science fiction of the very highest order. From the Trade Paperback edition.

To Know You

Author: Shannon Ethridge

Publisher: Thomas Nelson


Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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Julia Whittaker’s rocky past yielded two daughters, both given up for adoption as infants. Now she must find them to try to save her son. Julia and Matt Whittaker’s son has beaten the odds for thirteen years only to have the odds—and his liver—crash precipitously. The only hope for his survival is a “living liver” transplant, but the transplant list is long and Dillon’s time is short. His two older half-sisters, born eighteen months apart to two different fathers, offer his only hope for survival. But can Julia ask a young woman—someone she surrendered to strangers long ago and has never spoken with—to make such a sacrifice to save a brother she’s never known? Can she muster the courage to journey back into a shame-filled season of her life, face her choices and their consequences, and find any hope of healing? And what if she discovers in her own daughters’ lives that a history of foolish choices threatens to repeat itself? Julia knows she’s probably embarking on a fool’s errand—searching for the daughters she abandoned only now that she needs something from them. But love compels Julia to take this journey. Can grace and forgiveness compel her daughters to join her? In To Know You, Shannon Ethridge and Kathryn Mackel explore how the past creates the present . . . and how even the most shattered lives can be redeemed.

To Know You

Poems in Celebration of Revelation

Author: Allyn Benedict

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Poetry

Page: 88

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to know you: A Celebration Revelation in Creation to know you includes poetry that rises from deep vulnerability to the wonder and profound beauty of the created world: October trees have revelation leaves apocalyptic maples utter startled flaming joy [from October trees ] Revelation in Life by Faith to know you is also a poetic journal of one man's journey of faith in the midst of everyday life; a witness to the joys and the costly demands of the life of faith; to the power of the Father's mercy and the critical human need for it; to a heart shaped by thanksgiving. Search relentless Lord Reach deep in me, your wounding friend, and mark your signs in my heart sand. Then in every hour ascend in me to heights of you by paths that I will follow. [from Will your holy hill ] In his poems, Allyn Benedict expresses so much of his inner journey' most subtly and beautifully. His writing about weighty topics is enticingly suggestive; never statemental, sentimental, or ponderous. Allyn makes his readers think for themselves, enjoy themselves and grow themselves...and there's music in his onomatopoetic lines it all spells warmth and joy and love. Elizabeth Ring Award winning poet and author of 26 children's books including Smithsonian's Loon at Northwood Lake.

Getting to Know You

Guided Pearls of Wisdom for a More Soulful Existence

Author: Carolyn Green RN

Publisher: Balboa Press


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 248

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Carolyn has been given a prescription that encompasses ones mind, body, and spirit collectively. The prescription doesnt expire, leaving unlimited time for each to pace themselves. This particular collective work was gifted from her Guides and Angels during challenging times. These messages have served Carolyn in more ways than she could have ever imagined. Carolyns clients utilize the many teachings to move through deep-rooted daily challenges. Mind clutter accumulated through ones life, makes it difficult to know where the next step is insightfully. GTKU is a mindful process of that procrastinated spring cleaning removing the clutter, learning to refocus ones life productively through healthier thought patterns. If it is time to clean the cobwebs for clearer vision, these writings are a workable tool providing potential growth each time read. The life long prescription restores the awaited cleansing breath for clearer insight.

Dying to Know You

A Novel

Author: Aidan Chambers

Publisher: ABRAMS


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 176

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A teenager discovers his voice in this contemporary love story from “one of young adult literature’s greatest living writers” (Booklist). Shy teenager Karl is desperately in love with his girlfriend, Fiorella, a literary enthusiast who’s asked him to write her a letter in which he reveals his true self. There’s just one problem . . . Karl is dyslexic. Convinced that his attempts to express himself with words will end in disaster, Karl tracks down Fiorella’s favorite novelist and begs him to take up the task. The famous writer unexpectedly agrees, but on one condition: Karl must participate in a series of interviews so the author can pen an authentic portrait of his affections. What follows is a series of misunderstandings, a startling revelation, and an unusual bond that will change all three of their lives. A moving story of love and friendship, Dying to Know You is the perfect novel for “that cloudy expanse between older teenager and younger adult, a novel that doesn’t pretend to advise, but merely sees its characters for who they really are” (The Guardian). “This quietly understated performance captures the wistfulness of music in a minor key.” —Kirkus Reviews

To Know You More

Cultivating the Heart of the Worship Leader

Author: Andy Park

Publisher: InterVarsity Press


Category: Religion

Page: 272

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Andy Park offers personal experience, practical advice and inspiring ideas for worship leaders, focusing always on the importance of developing a mature spiritual life in God.

Getting to Know You

Author: Rob Wiens

Publisher: Trafford Publishing


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 82

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Have you ever been in the situation where you are sitting around and the conversation dries up, or worse yet... doesn't get started? Most people have had this happen to them on at least one occasion, for some it is a chronic problem. This first book in the series by Rob Wiens, Getting to Know You, will be invaluable and armed with it, you will never be at a loss for spirited and often revealing conversation again. Designed to help people with what is often awkward, uncomfortable and sometimes embarrassing... getting conversations going and keeping it going. Getting to Know You can be used by couples or small groups or you can even read through it yourself, and you will be surprised what forgotten memories will float to the surface by answering the questions yourself. The questions are broad in range and are appropriate and friendly enough for the whole family. With a good smattering of humor and insight, the book will surely be a hit at any get together of friends or with people who enjoy the simple pleasure of getting to know others.

Getting to Know You

Author: Jim Stallings

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Fiction

Page: 176

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In a fast-paced romantic thriller, a man and woman, first unknowingly and then unwillingly, starting from Las Vegas go on what is perhaps one of the most extreme "blind dates" imaginable as they are forced to descend into the Hell of triple-digit August heat in the Grand Canyon. Meet Vic Salem, self-help author, and Shelby Cotton, professional escort woman, as they desperately fight to save their lives in this tightrope walk of life and death trauma. In their dramatic effort to escape and seek revenge on their Vegas enemies, the descent into this exquisite Hades forces them to open up to each other and to the extraordinary primitive natures embedded in their survival instincts. Their search for life reaches vision quest intensity and delivers an astounding series of personal and mythic discoveries unveiling for them the deeper aspects of love, commitment, courage and the profundity of free will.