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  • Earth Journey

    A Guide to Living with the Seasons by

    In this crazy world, we are operating at high intensity; busy schedules, family responsibilities, traffic, eating on the go. We are quickly losing our connection to the earth and her natural cycles. It is very easy to get lost in urban realities. ...


  • Love You Mom

    Guided Through Grief from the Afterlife by

    Expecting their nineteen-year-old son Carter home from work at any minute, Charmaine and her husband received the call that every parent dreads. Carter had been in a car accident. He died at the scene. Overcome by grief, Charmaine felt the need to ...


  • CareerEcologia Workbook

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    What does "Sustainability" mean to you? What are the forces of change that are impacting you now - in your Job, Career, or LIFE? How may you prepare now for your own "sustainable future" as the world is changing economically, environmentally and ...


  • Obscure, Contradictory and Dysfunctional

    (I'm a little OCD too) by

    I couldn’t lose. No matter what I set my mind to, I sunk my teeth in, gave it an alligator death shake and emerged victorious. I got jobs I wanted, achieved goals I set for myself and assumed I had this life thing figured out. Then, in 2010, I ...


  • One Man's Destiny

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    This book was written by a man that has lived half of his life in turmoil and addiction. His decisions took him to places that could have killed him, but this thing called DESTINY came into play. The author puts destiny and higher power as one. ...


  • The Storm Within

    The Demons We Deal With Every Day by

    MENTAL HEALTH is something we all struggle to attain. Social, psychological, and emotional wellbeing can make the difference between living our best lives and just surviving day by day, hanging on by our fingernails. It affects how we feel, think, ...


  • The Mindful Boomer

    Skills for Aging and Dying by

    IF YOU’VE REACHED A CERTAIN AGE, you may be wondering about the “golden years” and when they’ll start. But, as many Baby Boomers will tell you, sometimes it feels more like rusting, as chronic conditions make themselves known . . . and felt. The ...


  • The Keystone Kid

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    The Keystone Kid is the unbelievable, true horrifying story of Anthony. It is a story that shows the tragedy of abandonment, physical and sexual abuse, gangs, homelessness and more. It is unfortunately a story that far too many can relate to. For ...


  • Walking in Two Worlds

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    Walking in Two Worlds is a fascinating, authentic account of an individual’s encounters with the unexplained. Here is a collection of journal entries—spanning many years—that recount the author’s dreams, telepathic events, out-of-body experiences, ...


  • Not My Own

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    “Other people’s actions can leave you picking up the pieces, years after they occur.” In Not My Own, Gail Steeves shares a raw perspective of what it’s like to become one of the “other people.” You know, those good people that bad things happen to. ...