Two million dollars secured Noah Crawford the most enticing woman he has ever known... but at that price, can he ever afford to set her free?
This charming new book by Leigh Crandall is a collection of inspiring quotes, easy ideas for good living and stories from real people about the simple things they do that enrich their lives. The ideas and anecdotes will bring a smile to your face and serve as a reminder that when we stop to admire the beauty of everyday things - particularly the simple ones - our lives inevitably become fuller. This perfect gift book is divided into three chapters - Love, Live and Laugh and is full of ideas to help you take time to enjoy what matters most in life.
A sensual tale about the risks and rewards of falling in too deep-and loving it.
CAN THEY AFFORD TO LIVE WITHOUT IT?
A lively and inspiring guide to the tools and techniques of metaphysics, outlining a spiritually-based psychology for today
In this guide, spiritual teacher Gill Edwards draws upon mystics, scientists, and channelled sources to challenge many "commonsense" assumptions about the world and provide a startling new vision of reality-a vision which can transform readers' everyday lives. This book has changed countless lives by taking a practical self-help approach and enabling readers to rediscover inner wisdom; break through fears, blockages, and limitations; let go of the past and reach for the future; grow through love and joy, rather than pain and struggle; heal their inner child; listen to the whispers from a Higher Self; and make their own dreams come true.
This uniquely warm and personal book is more than simply another guide for parents who want their children to study music. The Pleasures of Perils of Raising Young Musicians tells the real-life stories of today's musical children, interlaced with comparative stories from the childhoods of famous musicians. Woven throughout is the author's personal narrative about the joys and frustrations of raising her own son Jonathan, a flutist. The book reviews current research about the value of a classical music education in building character, intellect, discipline, and success, no matter what field a child pursues. As a parent, you will feel you are not alone in being perplexed about what choices to make. With richly detailed and sometimes surprising information about each orchestral instrument, Ms. Siteman assists parents who must choose which instrument is a good "fit" for their child's body type, temperament, and social needs. The Pleasures and Perils of Raising Young Musicians illuminates the joys, frustrations, and rewards of classical music education for parents who desperately need solid guidance and no-nonsense information.
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