Work Wonders

Learn to Live, a Collection of Thoughts and Reflections In Verse

Author: Leon A. Walker

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Fiction

Page: 129

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Leon A. Walker has been writing creative works nearly all of his life. At various junctures and for significant periods of time, he did so in relative secret. The scope of his writing in “Work Wonders” spans from the beautifully simplistic to the abstract and interpretive. And he employs a uniquely engaging and welcoming writing style that is extremely entertaining and often captivating. His initial motivation for constructing this collection was a simple labor of love. He wanted to preserve something intensely personal that only those close to him might share. The end result is a creative and artistic memoir. This may be the only such book in print given the innovative presentation and its emotional depth and poignant personal insights. In recent years, when he found himself troubled he again picked up the pen. And when he emerged from each of his personal challenges he found that he had not only succeeded in his quest to triumph over anguish, but that he had also developed a collection of works that he believed might be heartening or beneficial to others. There are also reflections upon many enjoyable events in this book that are intended to celebrate his appreciation for life itself, and to encourage others to do likewise. Mr. Walker believes it is possible for anyone to accomplish and experience wonderful things. He challenges his readers to pause from their hectic lifestyles and to observe and taste a bit life. No matter how small. And periodically, to candidly ask themselves how they feel, what they feel, and what they believe. The answers to these questions are sometimes quite amazing. "Work Wonders" is for everyone ...

Work Wonders


Publisher: Dogwise Publishing




View: 734

Work Wonders leads the reader through the practical essentials of dog feeding including how to find sources, store, and prepare raw food. It also deals with risk management, junk-food induced diseases afflicting modern pets and the epidemic of canine oral disease and "dog breath." By the author of Raw Meaty Bones.What reviewers are saying...MIDWEST BOOK REVIEWTom Lonsdale's impressive mastery and complete knowledge of dogs and their true desires emerges from the pages of Work Wonders: Feed Your Dogs Raw Meaty Bones. This is the complete and "user-friendly" informational guide for any dog owner and the care they should take for the diet and overall healthy upkeep for their gratefully cherished canine companion. As an insightful and informative guide to the reader, Work Wonders is a confident recommendation for all dog owners, and a "must-read" if our canine friends are likely to stay with us for a long companionable road ahead. James A. Cox

Words Are Working Wonders

Talking with Heart and Mind. A Buddhist Perspective on Communication. Translated from the German into English by Akasaraja Jonathan Bruton.

Author: Sylvia Wetzel

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand


Category: Religion

Page: 220

View: 511

Words can work wonders – and disasters. Words will work wonders if we are speaking with both heart and mind. With heart I mean a deep feeling of connection with everything and everyone and with mind a clear view of our strengths and weaknesses and of the differences between us and – the ability to recognize its own limits. Then our rational mind wisely surrenders the upper hand in our life to our heart, which, somehow, ”knows” that it is connected. Key words: talking with heart and mind, communication, connection, truth and lies, honesty, promises, forgiving, conflicts, poems, words of truth, courtesy etc

Speak Life

Words That Work Wonders

Author: E. W. Kenyon

Publisher: Whitaker House


Category: Religion

Page: 160

View: 459

When you agree with the marvelous promises given in the Word of God, you will begin to reap God’s gifts of love, joy, peace, health, and favor. When you speak those promises out loud and into the lives of others, your words can work wonders. Now, E. W. Kenyon and Don Gossett join forces to build our faith, offering timeless wisdom and challenging us to live a bolder life for God. Through His power, believers should be able to overcome adversity and sin in such areas as finances, health, marriage and other relationships, and emotions. There is power in the blood of Jesus to defeat anything and everything the enemy brings against you! You, too, can speak words of life into those who are lost, suffering, and needy. Let your compassion flow. The bolder your faith words are, the greater your results will be.

How to Work Wonders - Your Guide to Workplace Wellness

Author: Liggy Webb

Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing


Category: Job satisfaction

Page: 240

View: 946

The ultimate guide to Workplace Wellness - We are increasingly defined by our work. It's what takes up most of our time. It's where we get to employ most of our talents. It's where we experience some of our greatest triumphs and failures. It's also the basis for our standard of living. Being physically, mentally and environmentally happy and healthy at work is key to our overall wellbeing. This book is packed with information, tips and fun advice on how to work to live and love to work!

Working Wonders

Author: Wen Shaoxian

Publisher: Everflow Publications


Category: Fiction

Page: 324

View: 1000

Working Wonders, the second book of Fragrant Port trilogy, tells of the story of how some orphans, survivors of the World War II, overcome all kinds of difficulties and hardships and succeed in initiating their business undertakings in post-War times. Swan Ko, grandson of Third Sister, Brown’s former amah, becomes an orphan after the War. He starts from working as a child laborer. Then he cooperates with a HK British company and invents the multi-layer contractor system, which lays down the foundation of the building industry of Hong Kong at the beginning of the 1960s when it begins to vigorously develop. Swan’s ambition is to surpass the Hong Kong British firms financially in order to bring credit to the Hong Kong Chinese. During the revolt of the Leftists in 1967, he employs the tactics of ‘buying in while others deserting’ and buys in large quantities of land and premises at low prices. During the very flourishing stock market period in 1972-73, he issues new stocks for a number of times to raise sufficient funds so that his company can develop by leaps and bounds. During the serious stock disaster in 1974-75, he continues to buy in large amounts of land for building and old buildings at low prices. After having accumulated strength silently and secretly for about 20 years in this way, he finally defeats Hong Kong Real Estate Co., Ltd., the number one century-old HK British land developing company, winning the bid for the right to develop the upper roof of the Grand Wharf in Central. This brilliant feat amazes the public and he is thus well-known overnight. On the other hand, Brown’s Watton & Co., Ltd. merges with Whymper Docks after having undergone radical ups and downs in the political and economic crises during this period. The merger company, however, is still unable to extricate itself from financial difficulties. With the assistance of Lora, his wife, Swan succeeds in purchasing the firm. Swan becomes the first Hong Kong Chinese who takes over a traditional Hong Kong British big firm. Thus, the traditional Hong Kong British companies’ monopoly of the economy of Hong Kong for more than a century is broken. Swan’s love experience is also varied with twists and turns. Lydia Lee, a half-breed, Swan’s primary schoolmate, close partner in initiating their undertakings and girlfriend, suddenly turns out to be his elder sister of the same father with different mothers, while Lora Hocking, who has one-sided love for him secretly, is discovered to be Lydia’s younger sister of the same mother with different fathers. She is found to be the illegitimate daughter of Mark Cooper, taipan of Whymyer Docks. As a matter of fact, these relations are fabricated by some people designed to cover up a past tragedy created by the older generations. The background time of the novel is set from the conclusion of World War II in 1945 to 1982, some time before the British and Chinese governments began talks on the future of Hong Kong. During this period there were the Korean War and US embargo on China in early 1950s, the revolt of the Leftists in 1967, the serious stock disaster in 1974-75, the world petroleum crises in 1974-75, and the world shipping industry crises in early 1980s.

Working Wonders

Changing Lives with CranioSacral Therapy

Author: John E. Upledger

Publisher: North Atlantic Books


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 383

View: 585

"A compilation of stories by practitioners of CranioSacral Therapy from around the world telling how the therapy made a difference in clients' lives. It includes cases involving children, adults, and animals"--Provided by publisher.

Working Wonders

Author: Jenny Colgan

Publisher: HarperCollins UK


Category: Fiction

Page: 480

View: 823

Laughs, love, office life. And a little touch of magic ... From the bestselling author of LOOKING FOR ANDREW MCCARTHY and AMANDA'S WEDDING.

Faith. Works. Wonders.

An Insider's Guide to Catholic Charities

Author: Fred Kammer

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 220

View: 939

Written in preparation for the 2010 centennial of the national organization Catholic Charities USA, Faith. Works. Wonders. introduces the mission, scope, and impact of Catholic Charities agencies in communities across the nation. This book also describes the work, motivation, and spirituality of the three hundred thousand staff, board members, and volunteers in local Charities agencies; this network composes the largest voluntary social service network in the country. In addition, the author draws on the broad experience of Catholic Charities and his long association with Charities to explain the sometimes-surprising positions of the organization and its leaders in our continuing national discussions on social welfare, faith-inspired organizations, and the appropriate roles of the private and public sectors in promoting the common good and caring for the least fortunate. Within the framework of the registered slogan of Catholic Charities of the archdiocese of Washington DC, the nine chapters in turn lay out Faith-the mission, identity, and power of Catholic Charities rooted in the Scriptures, experience, history, and Catholic thought. Works-the focus of agencies and people on service to people in need, advocacy and empowerment for justice and compassion, and convening religious and civic partners to create a better society. Wonders-the who, what, and why of volunteers; the quest for quality and innovation; the stance of determined pluralism in the Church community and public square; and the miracle of virtue and spirituality born in the service of others. Appendices provide 1) an outline of the history of Catholic Charities in the USA dating back to 1727 in the author's hometown of New Orleans, and 2) the principles developed by Catholic Charities and other voluntary-sector leaders for the protection of the sector in this country.