Here’s a book that you would like to read not once, but time and again — particularly when you find yourself discouraged, depressed or disappointed. The book is the fruit of the vast experience the author has gained as the editor of the popular youth magazine The Teenager for nearly two decades. Citing the examples of well-known and lesser known individuals from all walks of life, the author challenges the reader to dream big — reiterating the fact that each one of us has within himself/herself the power to bring about a change and to make a difference.
You Can Make a Difference
Treasuring life: Befriending Death
Treasuring life: Befriending Death. Written for anyone age seventeen or over, Treasuring life: Befriending Death: encourages the reader to live each day to the fullest and to see '''suffering love'' as something every human being experiences, Death is presented as a natural event along life's journey, not something to be feared.
10 ways to overcome Anger
Anger is a natural part of the human condition, but it isn't easy to handle. And when people don't handle it well, the harm they do in isn't always visible. Some people mask their anger-they say things like ''i never get angry'' or ''i didn't mean to spoil your plans.'' i just forget.
Mind power in the 21st century
In Mind power in the 21st century , John Kehoe has articulated a set of life changing principles for charting a course to success and happiness. more than that, however, Mind power in the 21st century presents a remarkably specific and practical guide.
Fly while you still have wings
Far more than a memoir of her mother's death, this remarkable book speaks healing words through God's world of wonder, the beauty of everyday things. Robbed of one mother's presence, the heart still soars, God empowers us. we still have wings.