This is a collection of 20 haunting true stories, each revealing the struggle for Jewish identity and the solace gained through faith. As a child, Esther Hautzig and her family were exiled to Siberia for being capitalists, thus inadvertently escaping the Nazis. After World War II, Hautzig began collecting the true stories of those who lived and died during the horror of the Holocaust: of Jews in Vilna, in the United States, and in Israel.
Leadership requires many attributes besides intelligence and business savvy—courage, character, compassion, and respect are just a few. New managers learn concrete skills in the classroom or on the job, but where do they hone the equally important human values that will guide them through a career that is both successful and meaningful? In this inspirational book, Daisy Wademan gathers lessons on balancing the personal and professional responsibilities of leadership from faculty members of Harvard Business School. Offering a rare glimpse inside the classrooms in which many of the world's prominent leaders are trained, Remember Who You Are imparts lessons learned not in business, but in life. From the revelations on luck and obligation brought by a terrifying mountain accident to a widowed mother's lesson of respect for people rather than job titles, these unforgettable stories and reflections, shared by renowned contributors from Rosabeth Moss Kanter to former HBS Dean Kim Clark, remind us that great leadership is not only about the mind, but the heart.
When the Nazis invade eastern Poland in 1941, young Anita Ekstein, a cherished only child in a large, close-knit family, is suddenly living in the shadow of fear and violence. At seven years old, she and her parents are forced from their home into a ghetto, and one day, her mother is gone. As Anita’s father desperately tries to save his beloved daughter, he befriends a Catholic man who smuggles Anita out of the ghetto, risking his own life to save hers. Frightened, living among strangers and missing the warmth her parents provided, Anita learns how to be Catholic and spends most of her days inside and in silence. Always at risk of being discovered, Anita has only her newfound faith to accompany her on the lonely path of survival. After the war, orphaned and struggling with her identity, Anita finds her way through her grief and confusion to fulfill her father’s last request to Always Remember Who You Are.
"David Icke...has exposed the global network of families behind Big Banking, Big Biotech, Big Food, Big Government, Big Media and Big Pharma in book after book as his awareness has expanded -- and he takes this on to still new levels of exposure in Remember Who You are...the key is in the title. We are enslaved because we identify with our body and our name, when these are only vehicles and symbols for what we really are -- Infinite Awareness, Infinite Consciousness. We are imprisoned in the realms of the five senses and 'little me' when we are All That Is, All That Has Been and all That Can Ever Be. To breach the perceptual walls of the Saturn-Moon Matrix and bring and end to mass human enslavement, we need to awaken to our true identity." -- Publisher's description.
This reader's theater script builds fluency through oral reading. The creative script captures students' interest, so they will want to practice and perform. Included is a fluency lesson and approximate reading levels for the script roles.
“Companies benefit from bold, authentic, diverse leadership. Remember Who You Are gives sound advice to our next generation of female talent.” —Jim Goodnight, SAS CEO It’s the elusive trifecta every working woman desperately seeks. Do you find yourself trying to be everything to everyone? Do you run yourself ragged but still feel something is missing? The struggle is real and all too common. Paula Brown Stafford and Lisa T. Grimes are two award-winning, C-suite executives who together have accumulated 60 plus years of work experience at the highest levels, 60 years of marriage, and raised four successful children. Collectively, they have managed more than 25,000 employees globally. Now, in a transparent and relatable way, they share personal experiences, insights and encouragement—what they wish they’d known 30 years ago—to women looking for career advancement and quality of life and men who want to improve their working relationships with women. Each chapter includes a personal letter from a successful female executive to her younger self that offers wise counsel for aspiring professional women. “Remember Who You Are will help you take a deep breath and advance in ways allowing you to live fully, love deeply and leave a legacy.” —Dan Miller, New York Times–bestselling author of 48 Days to the Work You Love “No matter where a woman is on her life’s journey and what professional goals she is pursuing, Remember Who You Are can motivate and guide in good times and through challenging moments.” —Carol L. Folt, Chancellor, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Love Clayton Dunford was born in 1913 in Logan, Utah. His parents were Carlos LeRoy Dunford and Eleanor Hazel Love. He married Elizabeth Bitner, daughter of Moroni (Roy) Halseth Bitner and Irma May Felt, in 1936 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They had nine children.
DISCOVER: How Truly Loving Yourself Will Unlock Amazingness In Your Life Do you ever feel disconnected from your self? Do you ever feel lonely, even with plenty of family and friends in your life? Do you sometimes find it hard to look yourself in the eye and love what you see? If so, this book has the power to produce a profound shift in your life. This book contains a proven process to help you find greater meaning and purpose, reclaim your passion for life, and increase your self-confidence & self-love in the next 4 weeks or less, no matter your current circumstances... ...And it only takes about 10 minutes per day…including your time spent reading this book. WELCOME TO: Remember Who You Are! This transformational habit training system will restore your connection to your true inner self and bring you back to a place of peace and power in your life. Through 4 weeks of short, specifically crafted, inspiring daily messages, you will be handed the key to unlocking the hidden treasures of increased self-confidence and self-love that are ready and waiting inside you. Today is your day. Right now is your time to begin making dramatic changes in the way you feel about life. But first, a … FAIR WARNING: DO NOT READ THIS BOOK TOO FAST! Seriously…there’s a much better way. You may be tempted to read this book straight through for faster results. RESIST THAT URGE! This system will produce optimal results only when you read it in the small, daily recommended doses - over the course of 4 weeks of short daily messages. To make this easy for you, inside the book you’ll see a link for free access to the automated email delivery system for each day’s specific chapter. Click the ‘buy now’ button now — it’s time to Remember Who You Are and change your life dramatically.
In Who You Are, Elysha explains that you can be self realized in any moment.Elysha puts the power into your hands by offering you a practice that will allow you to alleviate your own suffering. This is the beginning of your journey of true discovery. You already are your true nature; all you have to do is remember it, moment by moment. It is that simple, and Elysha will show you how.
Someone told me that the African words for "Hello" mean--"I see you" and the response is--"I am here." American children of African descent I SEE YOU. You are wonderful. This book is a peak into our unique, rich history. I hope it inspires you to reach further and learn about yourself, Africa, America and our journey. Dedra Spears-Johnson, a first time author, is the mother of 2 children--Devin a 10 year old boy and Mya, a 5 year old girl. She is the wife of a wonderful husband Alvin. Dedra is the co-founder of a non-profit agency that serves persons affected by HIV/AIDS. She received her BA from Mercer University and graduate degree from Central Michigan University. Dedra and her family currently reside in Prince George's County, a suburb near The District of Columbia.
This script about self discovery follows a young girl named Allison who is struggling to discover who she is and the meaning of her life. Find out how she learns to have faith in herself through the process of writing her autobiography and with the help of her family and friends.
You Are Here—>God’s Heart You have been embraced with an outrageous authenticity of an exchanged life, His for yours. Most believers have never been taught that God is always in a good mood and totally in love with them. As a result, families and churches create shaming cultures that place Christians in spiritual bondage. Remember Who You Are presents the truth that only the powerful love of God and a revelation of who you are to Him can break this too-common oppression. Then you can be confident knowing you are loved and carry the authority Jesus gave you as His Bride. Thought-provoking chapter topics include: The True Nature of God Is there Spiritual Abuse? Humanity’s Deepest Issue God Believes in You God Says You Have All Authority Remember Who You Are challenges you to examine what you believe about yourself in light of your relationship with God as the Bride of Christ. Very helpful with this self-examination are the in-depth, interactive study questions that accompany each chapter.
Identity precedes purpose—once we understand who we are, we more clearly understand why we are here. Let Remember Who You Are help you understand how your identity is crucial to fulfilling your destiny. Questions for personal reflection and group discussion included.
This inspirational book employs rich short storytelling and explores strategies to improve ones motivation, charisma, productivity, and resilience. Readers find this book lively, deep, and pragmatic. Extracting knowledge from current research and information on behavioral psychology and neuroscience, along with the wit and wisdom of the greatest thinkers like Emerson, Einstein, and Churchill, this well-researched book explores how successful people perceive the world by shifting their paradigm. This a fantastic book for those who want sustainable development in fulfilling their life through robust values, purpose, and meaning. Readers have stated that this book leaves them feeling insightful, inspired, and developing substance in living a purposeful life. Remember Who You Are will take you on a voyage in discovering your potential to be the best you can be.
The Disciple III Remember Who You Are: Study Manual combines direction and information enabling study of the text – the Bible. Two titles in the commentary section of the manual reflect ideas central to the prophets and Paul's letters. "The Word of the Lord" picks up a familiar phrase from the prophets – a clear statement of their calling: They spoke (and speak) for God. Each member of the group needs a study manual and a Bible. The Bible is the text for the study and the study manual will guide group members in their study and preparation for the weekly group session. The study manual also includes suggestions for individual research and study-related activities. Space is provided for taking notes while reading Scripture, for recording thoughts and questions arising out of daily study, and for notes during the weekly group session. The titles of the sessions along with theme words and theme verses, and major persons, events, and topics will set the sequence of the biblical story in the minds of the participants. The principal Scripture for each session follows the chronological movement of the biblical story. Disciple III Remember Who You Are is the third study in the four-phase DISCIPLE program. The driving idea in this study is the connection between memory and identity as the people of God. The word You in the title is meant to be heard both in its singular form (the individual) and its plural form (the community). We are a community of memory. Participants in this 32 week study will read the major and minor Old Testament prophets, with the exception of Daniel, and will read the thirteen Letters traditionally attributed to Paul. To establish the historical context in which the prophets spoke for God, daily reading assignments draw also on the books of Deuteronomy through Chronicles. Several themes weave their way through the study – the call to remember; the call to repentance; the need for renewed vision; and the place of community. The prophets and Paul are continually calling hearers and readers back to their God and to a sense of who they are as a people"set apart." Commitment and Time Involved 32 week study Three and one-half to four hours of independent study each week (40 minutes daily for leaders and 30 minutes daily for group members) in preparation for weekly group meetings. Attendance at weekly 2.5 hour meetings
After years of clients urging her to put her message into written form, Rebecca Quave now shares some of the pearls of wisdom which have brought life-altering results to so many.These whispers of truth have been compiled to support you as you rediscover and embody the Love that you Are.Simplicity is the hallmark of Truth. If you have ever thought the way to finding the Truth of yourself should be simple, you are right. If you are reading this, consider that it is not by chance and you have brought yourself here for the reminder you have been searching for. There's nothing more delicious than the rediscovery of a Love so true and the knowing that it is you! Remember Who You Are: Reminders from Love is a gift you can open and use as a touchstone at any point in your day to be guided back to the Truth of the infinite wellspring of Love within you. When you open this book to any page, allow the words and the images to meet your awareness. Breathe in, and Remember Who You Are.