Release on 2013-12-01 | by Venerable Acariya Thoon Khippapanyo
Author: Venerable Acariya Thoon Khippapanyo
Pubpsher: San Fran Dhammaram Temple
What do you do when you are torn between the love for something familiar and the alluring prospect of something new? You have ridden the rollercoaster of highs and lows with your old love countless times. Meanwhile, your new love promises freedom and independence. With enough information, your decision will be made swiftly. To find that information, look no further than within your own heart. Inside the pages of this book, Luang Por Thoon teaches us how to discover it. Then it is up to you to muster up the courage to choose between the sorrow and happiness you’ve always known and your new life of freedom. If you choose your new love, you will experience a world of happiness in which you do not cause trouble for yourself or for those around you. The choice is yours.
MATHEMATICS: ITS POWER AND UTILITY, 9e, combines a uniquely practical focus on real-world problem solving with a thorough and effective grounding in basic concepts and skills, allowing even the least-interested or worst-prepared student to appreciate the beauty and value of math while mastering course material. The first section of the book explores the power and historic impact of mathematics and helps students harness that power by developing an effective approach to problem solving. The second section builds on this foundation by applying math concepts to a wide variety of real-life situations--including money management; handling of credit cards; inflation; purchase of a car or home; use of probability, statistics, and surveys; and many more topics of interest to students. Unlike many introductory texts, MATHEMATICS: ITS POWER AND UTILITY, 9e, assumes only a basic working knowledge of arithmetic, making it effective even for students with no exposure to algebra; and completely self-contained chapters make it easy to teach to a customized syllabus or support the precise pace and emphasis that students require. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Release on 2005-01-01 | by Dick Cabela,David Cabela
Dick and Mary Cabela's Hunting Chronicles with David Cabela
Author: Dick Cabela,David Cabela
Pubpsher: Cabela Publishing LLC
Together, Dick and Mary cabela have discovered a life of adventure - a life of hunting, fishing and the sporting tradition. Two Hearts, One Passion is their story, a story of two hunting partners who see a world worth exploring and have spent their lives pursuing the passion that brought their hearts together.
A Story of Hope - BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week 29 June - 3 July 2020
Author: Hamed Amiri
Pubpsher: Icon Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
BBC RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK 29 JUNE - 3 JULY 2020 A powerful tale of a family in crisis and a moving love letter to the NHS Herat, Afghanistan, 2000. A mother speaks out against the fundamentalist leaders of her country. Meanwhile, her family’s watchful eyes never leave their beloved son and brother, whose rare heart condition means that he will never lead a normal life. When the Taliban gave an order for the execution of Hamed Amiri’s mother, the family knew they had to escape, starting what would be a long and dangerous journey, across Russia and through Europe, with the UK as their ultimate destination. Travelling as refugees for a year and a half, they suffered attacks from mafia and police; terrifying journeys in strangers’ cars; treks across demanding terrain; days spent hidden in lorries without food or drink; and being robbed at gunpoint of every penny they owned. The family’s need to reach the UK was intensified by their eldest son’s deteriorating condition, and the prospect of life-saving treatment it offered. The Boy with Two Hearts is not only a tale of a family in crisis, but a love letter to the NHS, which provided hope and reassurance as they sought asylum in the UK and fought to save their loved ones.
Novelist Rittik Chandra's "Two Hearts" presents the relation between two souls who, in various ages and incarnations, have approached each other and perhaps crept near to happiness, and for whom perfect union and consummation are now clearly foreshadowed. In this world they are to remain apart, as body from body, but their souls grow near and, before leaving the body, are at peace in the certainty of a union upon some other plane.
This easy-to-use, research-based literacy center focuses on the five areas of reading. The center contains differentiated activities to meet the needs of all learners, recommended children's literature, and a letter to build a school-home connection.
This book is non-fiction story about my heart transplant procedure that I went through. An honest frank account of my feelings and fears. a insight of what patients go through in the hospital and a out of body experience during the transplant surgery which strengthened my faith in God.
Kora Adams did not believe in curses, but she had known nothing but bad luck all her life. Then, one night, there was a knock on her door. It was a handsome but solemn stranger with a story to tell. Winter McQuillen had inherited a sprawling Texas ranch not far from the one room cabin Kora called home. But the only way he could claim it was if he found a wife that night. Winter had but one question for Kora: Would she marry him? The thought of wedding a man she did not know scared Kora to death. But the security of marriage, and even the faintest hope of love, was like a dream come true. Kora knew she needed every bit of comfort marriage would provide. What she didn't know was that Winter needed her even more. “Jodi Thomas is at her remarkable best in Two Texas Hearts...She’s one of my personal favorites.”—New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber