Guilty without guilt Or Confessions of the innocent
Author: Serge Lapytski
Publisher: Author House
It will be Beneficial for any reader to read this book. Why? Because this book includes the Experiences of many people. And what is Experience? It is Knowledge. When we combine Knowledge with the Desire to succeed, it will give us Success, Power and Money. What will the combination of Power and Money bring us? It will give us Freedom. And Freedom is one of the components of Happiness, isn't that what we are after? It will be even more Beneficial to read this book with a highlighter in your hands because it includes so many different thoughts, quotes, ideas, philosophical approaches and much more. For example in the chapter “Aliens” you can find the answer for the question: What do women want? Not much: just your heart For the most part And a magic wand after all THEY WANT IT ALL! In “Shifted consciousness” you can find some spiritual advice, in “A little romance” some hints on how to approach women. Please enjoy and be happy! Reader discretion is advised!
My Life by Me and My Poetry In-Between By: Marty Slain (Mykos) My life’s had a lot of laughter and love But also tears of frustration and sorrow, A few regrets and way too many whys But I still look forward to my tomorrow In June 2015, at the age of 60, Marty Slain (Mykos) decided to start this book. Her life has been full of ups and downs, challenges faced and overcome, love lost and found, and friends and family encouraged her to share her story. In poetry and prose, Marty spins her unique tale and hopes to encourage others with her positive spirit. Part of a large family, Marty grew up surrounded by faith and love. At eighteen, she discovered she was pregnant and married the baby’s father. The young family tried to make it work. But when her husband became abusive, Marty left him. She was repeatedly unlucky in love, but found happiness in her three children and career in construction and restoration. She and her siblings supported each other through divorces and deaths. Marty had fun in the good times – plenty of dancing, rich friendships, and a wonderful man. When darkness came, however, she had to fight to keep the light in her life. Watching her children face their own struggles in relationships and parenting brought both joy and heartache. In the end, it’s been a wonderful journey of family and friends who have inspired and challenged her. Poems celebrate the love she has lived as well as soberly reflecting the dark times in her life. Sensitive and spirited, Marty’s words will comfort and encourage you. Laughter is important, family is everything, and faith will always bring you through.
Dipetri’S Story on How Dyfs Took Him Away and Neglected Him.
Author: Jamil V. Ellison
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Have you ever felt that no matter what you did or what you said, concerning anything that mattered, your words werent even taken into consideration? Lets say that you have children and youre trying to raise them the way you know, the right way. Then you turn around and someone else is raising your kids and you know its wrong but you have no control. Or maybe you take your kids to a friends home for the week and never call or check. You come back to get them, and you find yourself attending their funeral. It was neglect, that wore DiPetris childhood away. His life was turmoil, never having the chance to do anything for himself in a good way, no choice to make but bad. He had done things through operant learning, knowing that every action had a reaction, and the anticipation of the reaction. Do something wrong and you get to meet someone, that was what it seemed like. Being a part of DYFS has hindered him in so many ways. Never having their help or them being there for him. They took everything from him including his dignity and purpose for living. They had the audacity to not allow his parents full parental control, when DYFS wasnt doing anything for him. DiPetri felt dead to the world, never knowing what his next step was, never understanding whats in line for him. His life was not determined by his actions or behaviors, but yet a mere piece of paper. He felt like a lab rat, so much neglect and research done on him and his life. He was just waiting until the end when enough is enough and his body can't take anymore and shuts down.
Discover the One Change of Perspective That Helped Me to Become a Millionaire
Author: ARX Reads
Publisher: ARX Brand International LLC
In my early 20s, I used to be making a 6-figure income, but I still didn't feel fulfilled. I quickly realized that chasing money wasn't about buying me happiness. Instead, I made a decision. Once I made this alteration in my life, I became a millionaire. If you want to create your dream business and live your entrepreneurial purpose, grab this book and Discover the One Change of Perspective That Helped Me to Become a Millionaire.
What makes this book extremely unique is that the story portion, minus the editing process, was actually written in less than one week. The principles, which are at the end of the story, were written during Tonys journey in his initial seven months with God. In Tonys own words he says: I was not raised in church. I have never known God. Truthfully, I have never actually known myself. My familys love and their concerns for my well-being had always fallen on deaf ears. Simply by establishing my life around counterfeit friends, it forced me to live in the darkest reality of my time. What changed? I went to kill a manand instead Jesus interfered. It is quite unbelievable how believable God really is. The Bible would become the first Book I ever read. Did I understand it at first? No. But the Bible is not based on logical thinking, but illogical people. Lord, I refuse to leave Your presence until You bring out of me what You promised was in me. With that same perspective, the Bible contains a power that enables us to go beyond ourselves. Its mind-blowing how within seven months God can flip your world inside out!
Family constellations work has broadened and developed in many different fields as a method of counseling and therapy. In addition to constellations in organizations and schools, applying this approach to working with illness and disease has expanded the potential for healing effects in the field of medicine as well. A view of transgenerational entanglements and family dynamics casts a new light on health and disease, and the insights gained from constellations with illness and health problems have led to a more holistic view of those who are ill. In Even if it Costs me my Life, Stephan Hausner aims to provide a picture of the healing potential of systemic constellations, entering into the reciprocal effects of family dynamics and illness. Extensive use of case studies demonstrates this technique in action, revealing how existing illnesses and pathologies are rooted within the family dynamic, and setting up healing postures to facilitate growth, development, and direction.
This book speaks about what my life has been like since I've been in the United States. I talked about what my marriage was like and the struggle that I went through with my mental illness and how I was treated while I was going through my sickness, what got me to start serving the Lord and how God was blessing me even when I did not deserve it, my trials and tribulation, how he brought me out. What led me to be fully committed to the Lord? How I did what I had to do to take care of my son and to make sure he was okay? If you are a mother, you will understand where I'm coming from. If I had to do it all over again for my son, I would but do things differently. I also speak about my past relationships and how my grandmother was truly a blessing to me in the time of need. I was at my sick age, but I took the plane by myself to go to Jamaica to be with my son. I, with God on my side, brought him back home where he belongs, with his mom. Also how I got a second chance at life from the Lord. I speak a little about me and my family, but that does not mean I do not love them. I do love all of my family, and I hope when they're reading this book they will see things from my point of view.
Me, My Mother, My life is a poetic journey through the trials of a young woman who longed to break free of the burden of an oppressive family legacy. Beautifully narrated, the author unblinkingly examines her life experiences, telling her story in a way that only one who has deeply experienced life, love, and God could portray. Born in London to Nigerian parents, Ayomide spent her childhood and young adulthood in the country of her parent's origin where life for this young British girl was to be grabbed by both hands with spirit, good humour, and great resolve. When she returned to England, her faith in God led her on an odyssey to heal the generational issues with which she had long been faced. Beyond its value as a beautifully-constructed and gripping memoir, this book leads the readers into their own private journey of reflection on their personal relationships, containing the wisdom of emotional and spiritual healing as well as personal growth. Not for the faint-hearted, Me, My Mother, My Life will deepen your understanding of life, love, and the value of forgiveness.
Have you ever wondered what your purpose in life is? Have you ever felt throughout your life you were always the outcast or the misfit? If you answered yes to any of the previous questions, then this book is for you. "Why me Lord" is a book that provides encouragement to those that feel like their life is not worth living. This book chronicles events in the author's life that has shaped her into the woman she is today. You will experience all of the ups and downs on the author's road to maturity. This is definitely a must read.
Named one of the Best Books of the Year by the Washington Post and Kirkus Reviews A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice Selection A Southern Independent Booksellers Association “Spring Pick” This harrowing portrait of the Jim Crow South “proves how much we do not yet know about our history” (New York Times Book Review). Caliph Washington didn’t pull the trigger but, as Officer James "Cowboy" Clark lay dying, he had no choice but to turn on his heel and run. The year was 1957; Cowboy Clark was white, Caliph Washington was black, and this was the Jim Crow South. Widely lauded for its searing “insight into a history of America that can no longer be left unknown” (Washington Post), He Calls Me by Lightning is an “absorbing chronicle” (Ira Katznelson) of the forgotten life of Caliph Washington that becomes an historic portrait of racial injustice in the civil rights era. Washington, a black teenager from the vice-ridden city of Bessemer, Alabama, was wrongfully convicted of killing a white Alabama policeman in 1957 and sentenced to death. Through “meticulous research and vivid prose” (Patrick Phillips), S. Jonathan Bass reveals Washington’s Kafkaesque legal odyssey: he came within minutes of the electric chair nearly a dozen times and had his conviction overturned three times before finally being released in 1972. Devastating and essential, He Calls Me by Lightning demands that we take into account the thousands of lives cast away by the systemic racism of a “social order apparently unchanged even today” (David Levering Lewis).
I want to tell you about my farm. It's not my farm. I live here but it's not mine. I will tell you though that the farmer does belong to me. We are raising the 4th generation of farmers on this farm. My husband's father's father bought this farm for him back in the 1930's. My father-in-law, along with the rest of the family, milked cows, grew corn and hay to feed to those cows, had hogs and chickens and pretty much every critter you can put on a farm, and grew tobacco. He raised 8 children on the farm. My husband, Jimmy, the farmer, will tell you that the farm really doesn't belong to him at all. It's his, to pass down to the next generation. In all aspects he is truly a steward of this land . . .
A mother’s love for her son, a man’s love for them both, and a spiritual love that transcends all are the centerpieces of this joyous book about the miraculous side of tragedy. As a young pre-med student unsuccessfully juggling work, school, and motherhood, Chima decides her two-year-old son must be her priority. As she takes steps to create a new path, an accident leaves her body broken but her spirit becomes the true force to be reckoned with. LIFE AFTER DEATH Karma Bit Me in the Ass is a remarkable story of living life after death and facing insurmountable obstacles with grace and fortitude.
Willa returns in this new stand-alone novel in the WEDDING PLANNER'S DAUGHTER series. Willa returns in this new adventure for the tween set! It is summer on Cape Cod, where Willa Havisham and Joey Kennelly are enjoying their status as most compatible couple. What does the summer hold? New friends, more books, lazy afternoons, and of course Willa will be busy planning more weddings with her mother, Stella Havisham, the Cape's most famous wedding planner to date!
All of this is based on, the day I got hit by a car. The things I’d personally, witnessed as, each one. Literally, fell into play around me. All that’d both, before and after it’d taken place. Which, I will explain rather distinctly as , chapter one progresses itself. Such as, the many things I’d witnessed falling into play as, it took place around me. Things like, trying to figure out what every event meant. How I managed to live and deal with them. My observations towards the attitudes it’d aroused around me while moving forwards non-stop. I’ve tried to bring my words as close as, I can. Towards recreating and developing what I’d witnessed. Not to mention what I both, felt and experienced along the way. Heck, until now. No ones ever been willing. To personally, voice their own opinions. Towards what something like, this. Is, really like to live through. Just that alone, makes my doing so. Almost like, a first time thing. Yea, I’ve always been kind of, person. That’d seemed to, have all the little kid habits down pat. The only difference is, that this one. Would completely change my life from that, point on!
An extraordinary, riveting and no-holds-barred saga studded with fascinating behind-the-scenes revelations, anecdotes and rare nuggets of lessons Anupam Kher’s life story is nothing short of a grand masala box office hit. It has drama, comedy, romance and even action! Who knew that a small-town Shimla boy would one day become one of the most recognised actors in the world and go on to win various national and international awards for his contribution in the field of cinema and arts? A powerhouse of talent with over 530 films (and counting) in his repertoire, Anupam Kher stands out not only because of his iconic bald head, but also for his forthright views and opinions, however controversial they may be. He has always been distinct and offbeat. His autobiography is, too . . . for it is not just another chronological account of his life. It is, in fact, also peppered with incredible life lessons that are bound to resonate with every aspiring artiste and, most of all, the common man. Here is a kaleidoscopic peep into the life and times of a true genius and forever entertainer.
In this paperback debut, Alison Pollet brings us the story of an observant uptown girl named Penelope, whose posh upbringing can't protect her from changes at home and at school. It's 1981, and nothing is going right in Penelope's life. She has just started seventh grade at Elston Prep, and she and her best friend Stacy aren't getting along. Stacy is all caught up in who's wearing what to whose Bar Mitzvah, and has even become friends with Annabella and Pia, two of the biggest snobs at Elston! At home, things are no better: there's a new mother's helper to contend with, and Penelope's little brother Nathaniel just won't leave her alone. And when her parents are at home--which is rare--all they do is fight.
This is a book of recollections and reflections of the authors experiences over a long period from Warsaw, Poland where she was born, through WW11 and the Warsaw Uprising. Arrival in England after the war as a refugee, School and College subsequent marriage enjoying a career as dancer, teacher and choreographer in six countries including New York where she received a MA degree in Theatre Arts form Hunter College. She now lives in London where she still pursues her career as an actor.