Ho'oponopono is an elegant and easy ancient Hawaiian healing and forgiveness practice, available to everyone. Although designed for middle grade readers, I Love You, Clowns Are Scary appeals as well to the inquiring minds of college students and their grandparents. Book One tells the story of Dakota's dream-like inner quest to save a lost and frightened child and the discovery of a magical way for a very scary problem to be transformed. In Book Two, Dakota continues to explore Ho'oponopono at school with the help of some mentors and friends and shares with the reader a fun way, Slo-mo-pono, to have a similar letting go experience. Throughout this introduction to Ho'oponopono, the conscious and subconscious are explored, as well as the superconscious, the spiritual center deep within the mind. The chapter of meditations offers simple ways to clear the mind and strengthen one’s Ho’oponopono practice.The Many Teachers section introduces the reader to important aspects of the Ho’oponopono perspective: the freeing gifts of healing energy, meditation, responsibility, letting go, gratitude, and love. The last chapter, the Psychotherapeutic Connection, is for parents, teachers, therapists and students of psychology of any age. Included are the author’s journey and an exploration of psychotherapeutic approaches using Ho’oponopono.
A 365-Day Devotional from a Trusted Youth Author Total devotion means being 100 percent committed friends with God. He created us to know and love others in the same way he knows and loves us. His desire is that we belong to him and do life his way. But living out your faith isn't always easy, especially if you're still figuring out what that means. Here are some tools to help. Total Devotion equips you with solid biblical truth to help you navigate whatever challenges come your way. You'll grow more confident in your faith and deepen your friendship with God--and improve your relationships with others along the way. Whether you've been a Christian for years or are just starting out, it's never the wrong time to work on the way you act or think. If you're ready to start taking your faith seriously, you're ready for Total Devotion.
President Kush makes the risky 28th Amendment in the U.S. to make drugs illegal like the 18th banned alcohol in America. He sends a devastating paramilitary group (ReVeCa) to take care of some ‘bad hombres’ in Mexico. Demetria a 17 year old loses her wonderful family to (ReVeCa) in a bloodbath before her wedding to Macerio. Drug prices skyrocket as Americans rob banks and kidnap the rich to afford drugs after the amazing job that (ReVeCa) does to end the drug flow to America. Many refugees flee the violence to America. Money laundering moves to China along with lots of investments from the rich. President Kush offers Demetria a chance to get revenge and regain her father’s old drug cartel. In exchange for sending planes full of drugs from Mazatlan to the U.S. she will earn immunity. Demetria is not interested in such a deal until something happens to alter her world. (Word Count 67, 496)
*A People Top 10 Book of 2018* The New York Times essayist and author of We Learn Nothing, Tim Kreider trains his singular power of observation on his (often befuddling) relationships with women. Psychologists have told him he’s a psychologist. Philosophers have told him he’s a philosopher. Religious groups have invited him to speak. He had a cult following as a cartoonist. But, above all else, Tim Kreider is an essayist—one whose deft prose, uncanny observations, dark humor, and emotional vulnerability have earned him deserved comparisons to David Sedaris, Sarah Vowell, and the late David Foster Wallace (who was himself a fan of Kreider’s humor). “Beautifully written, with just enough humor to balance his spikiness” (Booklist), I Wrote This Book Because I Love You focuses Tim’s unique perception and wit on his relationships with women—romantic, platonic, and the murky in-between. He talks about his difficulty finding lasting love and seeks to understand his commitment issues by tracking down the John Hopkins psychologist who tested him for a groundbreaking study on attachment when he was a toddler. He talks about his valued female friendships, one of which landed him on a circus train bound for Mexico. He talks about his time teaching young women at an upstate New York college, and the profound lessons they wound up teaching him. And in a hugely popular essay that originally appeared in The New York Times, he talks about his nineteen-year-old cat, wondering if it’s the most enduring relationship he’ll ever have. “In a style reminiscent of Orwell, E.B. White and David Sedaris” (The New York Times Book Review), each of these pieces is “heartbreaking, brutal, and hilarious” (Judd Apatow), and collectively they cement Kreider’s place among the best essayists working today.
A man of the city, coming back for the first time in a long time, has planned a home coming. An unknown power has different plans.The Attendant is a story about making up for lost times and forgiving for past wrongs.
Amy Gallup is gifted, perhaps too gifted for her own good. Published at only twenty-two, she peaked early and found critical but not commercial success. Now her former life is gone, along with her writing career and beloved husband. A reclusive widow, her sole companion a dour, flatulent basset hound who barely tolerates her, her daily mantra Kill Me Now, she is a loner afraid to be alone. Her only bright spot each week is the writing class that she teaches at the university extension. This semester's class is full of the usual suspects: the doctor who wants to be the next Robin Cook, the overly enthusiastic repeat student, the slacker, the unassuming student with the hidden talent, the prankster, the know-it-all.... Amy's seen them all before. But something is very different about this class---and the clues begin with a scary phone call in the middle of the night and obscene threats instead of peer evaluations on student writing assignments. Amy soon realizes that one of her students is a very sick puppy, and when a member of the class is murdered, everyone becomes a suspect. As she dissects each student's writing for clues, Amy must enlist the help of everyone in her class, including the murderer, to find the killer among them. Suspenseful, extremely witty, brilliantly written, unexpectedly hilarious, and a joy from start to finish, The Writing Class is a one-of-a-kind novel that rivals Jincy Willett's previous masterpieces.
Release on 2019-09-02 | by Black Jacket Publishing
Scary Clown Lined Writing Journal
Author: Black Jacket Publishing
Scary Clown Writing Journal If you love creepy crawly things and especially scary clowns this is perfect. Add To Cart Now Makes a great Halloween gift for anyone into scary movies or Horror Features: 120 Page Lined Journal Ample room for notes To-List Blank, lined journal pages Product Description: 6x9 120 pages Uniquely designed matte cover High quality, heavy paper We have lots of great planners and journals, so be sure to check out our other listings by clicking on the "Author Name" link just below the title of this tracker.